Sunday, July 5, 2020

If you’re up, get me a Camel

Americans like to say that behind every great fortune is a great crime. But that is hard for me to imagine as I walk through the bucolic Duke Farms on this sunny autumn day.

Letter: ‘Hope is in Hamilton’ now and in the future

Hope is in Hamilton is a campaign launched May 1 on the RWJUH Hamilton and the Shop Hamilton business’ social media pages with uplifting and inspirational messages of hope paired with the hashtag #HopeIsInHamilton

Helen Kull: Remembering Richie Cole

When 72-year-old internationally known jazz saxophonist Richie Cole passed away on May 2 in Pittsburgh, tributes came pouring in online and in social media.

Doing our civil duty

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.

Peter Dabbene: Contained, strained and entertained (with bonus soundtrack)

Social distancing restrictions have been in place for over two months now, and although there are always great new topics for discussion, like the disadvantages of sneezing inside a...

Princeton Learning Cooperative: real homeschooling doesn’t limit learning opportunities — it extends them

What is happening now for children throughout the nation is not homeschooling as we know it. Contrary to common perception, homeschoolers are generally not more isolated or cut off from resources, opportunities or interactions with peers, teachers and mentors

Ewing Then and Now: Driving around Ewingville

Over a century ago, Ewingville was quite the destination, for locals and folks from greater Trenton and beyond. The attraction? The Ewingville Driving Park.

School superintendents reach out to their towns during COVID-19 crisis

Throughout this closure period superintendents throughout the area have been releasing regular updates to the community.

In the Game of Cones, you win or you die of sleep deprivation

Hamilton Post columnist Sam Sciarrotta and her friends created a real-life version of Cones of Dunshinre, a tabletop game from "Parks and Recreation." What was it like to play a fictional game?

Letter: Calling out home improvement stores

We need food. We need medical supplies. We need doctors….we need potted plants?

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