Mary Yess has a long and distinguished list of arts leadership and accomplishments in the Mercer County area
During this Covid epidemic, a lot of us are experiencing what it’s like to be someone who is hearing impaired
I am certain that since last March all of us have been challenged in some way by the world health pandemic known as COVIS-19.
I mean no disrespect to moms with girls. That’s a whole other article, for which I am not qualified to write. I’d be interested to hear the stories, though.
We can now fight this virus with more than just social distancing, mask-wearing and keeping our hands clean and away from our faces.
As citizens of this great country, we understand that we have a responsibility to thoughtfully and actively participate in our democracy as we work to uphold the values and principles it purports to represent. This is our civic duty.
As I write this reflection, we are in the midst of the rapid spread of the coronavirus outbreak throughout our state, our nation, and the world. This unprecedented pandemic has caused an even greater increase in anxiety and fear to an already frenetic and stressed-out society. The pandemic has led me to ponder the things in our lives that impact us deeply yet cannot be seen
This year the Hopewell Valley school district seeks to unite the entire community around common goals of environmental justice and sustainability
Twitter offers a dizzying race for attention from a gazillion opinions
Joseph Gyurcsak is no Sunday Painter. He is an expert in materials, technique, color and composition.