Friday, October 30, 2020

Thomas Kelly: 11 questions with Gala Derroisne

Gala Derroisne is a photographer who shoots candid street photography and nature, without using Photoshop.

Peter Dabbene: The tyranny of truthiness

Whoever wins on Election Day, let’s hope it marks the beginning of a new, more open and honest age of political debate.

Letter: Thanks to Lawrence Township, Colonial Lake Park will continue to be salve for the...

The setting brings an incalculable benefit to the people of Lawrence Township as a sanctuary that the park now will continue to be.

Kevin Nerwinski: Clarification on charges against Lawrence Police officer

Remaining silent about the matter of charges against a Lawrence Police officer is not an option if I am to have any credibility with you.

Schore: Dullards Unamimous

Have you noticed what a dullard you’ve become after five months of quarantine-induced isolation and no interaction with anyone but your immediate family?

Kiovsky: the American Revolution and the struggle for freedom

The hostile acts that would transpire later would shake its citizens to their core but as with the ashes of destruction, they would rise above it.

Helen Kull: Marking places and People

In some ways, I prefer the concept of “a living memorial” to memorialize a person or event. While the stone markers listed above have firmly, quietly and steadfastly marked a location, event or memorialized a person, many also often sit unnoticed for years

Ilene Black: Throwing in the towel

George and I had a brief discussion on the placement of the towel ring. He wanted it right next to the sink and I wanted it on another wall. I won that debate, but it was a hollow victory

Pia de Jong: The conspiracists next door

National surveys show that more than half of Americans believe in some kind of conspiracy

Wolff: Deer control essential to ecological health of Hopewell Valley

While deer are beautiful creatures to observe, their overabundance has a very detrimental ecological impact to which there is no simple solution

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UPDATED: McGalliard Elementary closed as 7 Hamilton schools see COVID-19 cases

At Hamilton High West and McGalliard Elementary School, there were two unrelated COVID-19 cases, leading to the shutdown of the buildings.