The following stories were originally published in the October 17, 2018, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
Billtrust, a business-to-business billing company, has hired Marcel Korst as senior vice president of marketing.
The architecture and design firm JZA+D has completed an energy-efficient renovation of Princeton University’s Center for Jewish Life, a facility originally designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects in 1993 at the corner of Washington Road and Ivy Lane.
The site of the old Mega Dollar store on White Horse-Mercerville Road is set to become a Snap Box storage facility.
Work has finally started on the old General Motors site on Parkway Avenue in Ewing, following the sale of the property.
Not in my backyard? Maybe not, but maybe that’s a good place to start to study your neighborhood, your town, and your surrounding region.
If French biotech company Erytech is right about the properties of its Erycaps technology, it could lead to a cure for many types of cancer. And the medicine will be made first in an unassuming office off Alexander Road.
Over the summer Grounds For Sculpture in Hamilton unveiled the late Dina Wind’s most recent work. “Harp of David” is a 26-foot, 15,000-pound enlargement of Wind’s 1985 sculpture of the same name.
New Jersey’s lighthouses are an important visible and tangible piece of the state’s history. Few understand this more than New Jersey Historical Commission Executive Director Sara Cureton.
“Detroit ’67” is a part of her The Detroit Project ’67, a three-play cycle that also includes the exceptional “Skeleton Crew” seen at the Atlantic Theater and “Paradise Blue” more recently at the Signature Theater.