Saturday, January 16, 2021

Fried: exercise your right to vote

No matter what happens on Election Day, please remember that in spite of the divisive nature of politics today we will all still be neighbors and members of the human race.

Kevin Nerwinski: What to know about New Jersey’s Coronavirus Relief Fund

Our “rainy day” has arrived, and its name is “COVID-19.”

Thomas Kelly: 11 questions with Maria Raimondo

Maria Raimondo teaches art to very young students. She also pursues her own photography and assemblage art.

Peter Dabbene: Lives for sale? Price, cost and Human Life Value

Life may not be cheap, but right now it’s definitely for sale.

Ewing Then and Now: A place in time

I think it’s kind of cool that I have a time machine in my living room

Betting on Black: Home is where the heart (and other stuff) is

I always dreamed of living in a center-hall colonial. Nice entryway, dining room, two stories

Wolff: Kudos to Hopewell Valley schools

Hopewell officials have a long history of marching to their own beat and bucking the local trends

Pia de Jong: When 1 percent matters most

Thanks to FaceTime, Skype, WhatsApp, and Zoom, we are instantly in each other’s living room

Mercer County Board of Elections: How to vote safely in the 2020 general election

Voting for the Nov. 3, 2020 election will be different than entering a voting booth and pressing the buttons for preferred candidates.

Letter: Liam Gonzales brings fresh perspective to Hamilton school board

A fresh perspective from a member like Liam Gonzales is exactly what is needed on the Hamilton Board of Education.

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