Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Fight in the Museum: 9 questions with Leni Paquet-Morante

Leni Paquet-Morante is a landscape painter who resides in Hamilton

Complex Simplicity: The countdown to classic rock countdowns

The current state of countdowns seems to be confusion—what’s classic rock, and what isn’t?

She Said, She Said: Saying goodbye to our sweet, gassy buddy

Adopting a senior dog, you know what you’re getting into, but you still want as much time with your pup as possible

Schore to Please: A moving experience

After over 40 years in the same house in Titusville, we are moving. While it’s only from one end of Hopewell Township to the other, the effort is so immense that we could just as well be relocating to Ouagadougou.

Nature in the Valley: Every day should be Earth Day

A little history: Earth Day was founded by U. S. Sen. Gaylord Nelson as an environmental teach-in first held on April 22, 1970. Nelson was later awarded the Presidential...

Parting shot: The sleepless solution

I found one question the most irritating during the time that we had three children under the age of four

Schirmer letter to the editor: it’s been an honor

Hamilton Township councilwoman Ileana Schirmer says it has been an incredible honor and privilege to serve the people of Hamilton.

Bridgegate saga showed Bill Baroni as we didn’t know him

The Feb. 26 sentencing of Bill Baroni made national news as one of the final chapters of the years-long Bridgegate saga.

A trip through Ewingville along the old Shabakunk Road

We find ourselves in the heart of Ewingville, in the first decades of the 20th century, at the crossroads of what is now Pennington and Ewingville roads.

Change comes from action, not thoughts and prayers

But thoughts and prayers, especially from politicians and public figures, are not enough. They will never be enough, because they’re shallow and meaningless.