Monday, December 9, 2019

Schore to Please: Liar-In-Chief Disease

Every day it’s the same thing. I begin my breakfast of shredded wheat, peanut butter and sardines, open the newspaper, and read the latest about the LIC

Sciarrotta: New Jersey, I love you

I don’t think anybody on this earth loves anything more than people from New Jersey love hearing our home state referenced in a song.

Dabbene: the musical, the man, the town, the legend of Hamilton

All the reminders of Alexander Hamilton’s critical role in our country’s history made me wonder about the town I live in.

Hopewell letters to the editor: Township Committee election

Hopewell Valley residents submit letters of support for their chosen candidates.

Opinion: Why we should vote tomorrow

Assembly candidate Jennifer Williams makes appeal to voters

Pia de Jong: The sounds of God at the airport

People literally walk over him, but every morning he gets up realizing that at least God loves him

Peter Dabbene: Springing ahead (by not falling back)

The history of Daylight Saving Time, or DST, is marked with hiccups.

Samantha Sciarrotta: Tracing the roots of my Ghostbusters nostalgia

I think the closest I’ve ever come to pure bliss was sitting alone in a movie theater watching Ghostbusters last month.

Robbinsville Mayor’s Column: Where your tax dollars go

Questions about where tax dollars actually go and how taxes are broken down on someone’s quarterly bill are fairly common.

Schore to Please: Where are they now?

Reunions are held primarily so that you can find out how much better you have aged than the contemporaries of your youth.

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