Tuesday, February 20, 2018

In France We Speak … English?

People say that being away glorifies being at home; you don’t really appreciate it until you’ve had to live without it. Well, after being away at school and then...

Into to European Culture

People say that being away glorifies being at home; you don’t really appreciate it until you’ve had to live without it. Well, after being away at school and then...

Managing Juvenile Diabetes

Living with a chronic disease is challenging enough for anyone, but even more so when you are an active 12-year-old boy. Five years after his diagnosis, however, Jake Fine...

Join NAMI This Saturday

The pictures in the family albums show Kenny Baker as a golden-haired, laughing child with bright, blue eyes. More recently, he was still transitioning through those adolescent years, but...

The Flip Side of Parenthood

There are many words that describe the upside of parenthood — joy, pride, love. And then there is the flip side — worry, fear, and sometimes, sheer terror. These...

Life As A Snowstorm

There's nothing like a March snowstorm — and the biggest one of the season, to boot — to remind us to expect the unexpected. Just when I was...

Being A Student Again

I love the recent story about the 94-year-old great-grandmother leading four generations of her family in jumping out of an airplane over central Florida — seems sky-diving is a...

Technological Inadequacy

Readers of my column are familiar with my ongoing struggle to keep up with the latest technology: my clumsiness with gadgets, my struggles to send text messages, upload digital...

No New Year’s Resolutions for Me!

Resolutions? Bah! Humbug! My New Year’s resolution is one that I cannot fail to keep, because my only resolution this year is not to make any more resolutions. This...

En France

Walking through Target the other day, I felt a sudden urge to make a beeline for the doll section — Bratz, to be specific, and I picked out an...

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State, local officials go to war with embattled Trenton Water Works

The water flowing out of the taps of Trenton Water Works’ customers is safe to drink. But, with repeated operational issues eroding trust in the quality of water, scores of local and state officials are working to ensure it stays that way.