For the first time all summer, our little family of five is reunited in the place where it all began 29 years ago: San Francisco, California.
After having lived within a few hundred yards of the Grovers Mill building for nearly 60 years, I feel a certain personal attachment to the place.
I recently had my first experience at Camp Ockanickon, a scout reservation, with fellow scouts from Cub Scout Pack 759, chartered by Queenship of Mary Church in Plainsboro.
A member of the school board told me there are capital projects planned for the summer at an approximate cost of $10 million.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has proposed harmful revisions to state regulations that would threaten our water supply.
Why should the students with the highest GPAs over their entire four years of high school not be recognized?
The limitless world of possibilities my mother saw for her granddaughter is exactly the kind of world envisioned by Michelle Obama and crystallized in her mesmerizing performance last week at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
Not long ago, one of my friends thought it would be fun to see what the county offered in the way of a guided tour around the lake—-in a boat, that is.
The upcoming celebration on Sept. 10 will be one of the ways that we honor Steve, but it certainly won’t be the only thing that we do.
Although we have endured a few setbacks this summer during construction of the new municipal building on Route 33, I promise it will be worth the wait.