The following stories were originally published in the February 24, 2021, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
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The Princeton Area Community Foundation awarded over $2 million to more than 50 local nonprofits in its second phase of COVID-19 Relief & Recovery Grant funding activities.
It’s still there. Still resting against the oak tree, with its front wheel curved outward, pointing at the old Shepherd house. I’ve passed it many times. It has become so much a part of the neighborhood that it doesn’t surprise me anymore. It don’t surprise anyone, except the few tourists who come through this part […]
You know a business is from New Jersey when it’s named for an exit off the Turnpike. That would be Exit 7A Creative Services and Studios, on West Front Street in Trenton.
Artist Khalilah Sabree is commemorating 20 years of creating art in the Capital City with a retrospective at Artworks Trenton, the downtown gallery where the artist has also had a studio.
Black farmers face many challenges: The vast majority of farmers in New Jersey and throughout the U.S. are White, and many have the advantage of coming from families that have farmed the same land for generations.
Networking gatherings and advice for business owners, job hunters, and more.
The state has finally enacted laws surrounding the legal use of marijuana. What do they all mean?
In order to assist the working community, Princeton Adult School is presenting a number of courses to help in business and workplace skills beginning during the first week of March.