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February 22, 2021

New Jersey American Water Invests $1.1 Million in Roxbury Infrastructure

New Jersey American Water will replace approximately 3,950 feet of aging water main in Roxbury starting this month. The company will upgrade the aging 8-inch water lines, installed in the 1960s, with new, 12-inch ductile iron main along Toby drive from Parkview Drive to Holly Drive. The

NJ Starz: Tess Feury

Denville resident and rugby star, Tess Feury, remembers the moment distinctly.

“I had given so much time and effort,” she excitedly recalls, “and the first time I got to jog onto that field in the USA jersey at the World Cup in Ireland, and my family was in the stands, it was really an indescribable feeling – just like pure joy.”

“Pure joy.” Those two words define Feury and the life she has lived. You both hear it in and feel it from her voice.

The Summer of 1969: A Most Sacred Moment in Time

By Richard Mabey Jr.

Our true-life story so far: It is the afternoon of Thursday, the seventeenth of July of 1969. I had just completed painting the entire length and breadth of Thorpe Hall at Saint Andrew’s Episcopal Church

MORRISTOWN MEDICAL CENTER RETURNS AS HEADLINE SPONSOR FOR 14th ANNUAL MORRISTOWN ONSTAGE

Local Businesses, Organizations and Families to Support Talent Show Streamed Online Wednesday, March 10The <https://www.morrisedfoundation.org/> Morris Educational Foundation (MEF) ispleased to announce that Morristown Medical Center, part of <https://www.atlantichealth.org/> Atlantic Health System, will once again

I Remember Dad: A Tale of Two Photos

This is the true-life story of how, in just one year’s time, things can change so dramatically. It is the true story of how perspectives can change in just one year. And, of most paramount significance, how the roles we play in life can change so very much in one year. But most of all, it is the true-life story of the love between a father and his son.

Advocate for Climate Change to Help Save the Planet

Lucky Mint Brownie Perfection

(Culinary.net) How lucky you must be to come across this recipe just in time for St. Patrick’s Day. This one is a twisted combination of mint and sweet chocolate that’s sure to have almost anyone’s taste buds screaming “yum.” This dessert might just be the pot of gold at the end of your rainbow this year.

These Mint Brownies have three delicious layers. First, a supreme brownie on bottom. Then a fluffy, green mint layer that’s full of flavor and color. Last, but definitely not least, a chocolate layer on top made with chocolate chips, butter and a little whipping cream.

Plan an Angler’s Adventure

Like a Pro

Fishing is a treasured pastime for Americans from coast to coast, but the

A Budget-Friendly Family Dish

(Family Features) Creating family meals with nutrition in mind adds another consideration to a daily task that is often stressful enough. However, making health-conscious decisions each evening at the dinner table doesn’t have to mean turning away from your loved ones’ favorite dishes.

Simple swaps to more nutritious ingredients paired with healthier preparation methods, such as baking chicken rather than frying it, can help you make more nutrition-based choices. This Baked Chicken Parmesan offers the best of both worlds, providing a 30-minute meal that allows you to spend less time in the kitchen without forgoing healthy habits.

Made with Parmesan cheese, this recipe provides an excellent source of calcium. Dairy foods, such as cheese, are an irreplaceable part of a balanced diet that offers a valuable source of essential nutrients. 

Three Non-Profits & Morris County Unite To Provide Housing To Neighbors Experiencing Homelessness

Make Managing Eczema Easier

(Family Features) More than 30 million Americans, including nearly 10 million children, have eczema, the umbrella term for a group of noncontagious, inflammatory and painful skin conditions marked by an itchy, rash-like appearance. Because one of the most challenging aspects of eczema can be its unpredictability, the National Eczema Association (NEA), designed an app to help people and parents easily track what’s important and make sense of it.

The app, called EczemaWise, aims to revolutionize how people living with the condition manage it with a faster, more efficient tracking system that helps uncover trends and makes preparing for doctors’ appointments easier.

Talent on Loan from God…

OLIVER NORTH AND DAVID GOETSCH

 We heard him say it hundreds of times, as did many of you: “Talent on loan from God.” Some of Rush’s Limbaugh’s detractors liked to claim the statement was haughty. But those of us who knew him recognized the famous signoff to his radio program as humility not ego. Rush was truly an extraordinary talent, a media icon of unprecedented stature.

How to Improve Your Home’s Air Quality

(Family Features) As Americans continue to spend more time at home, it’s important to support the health and comfort of those living spaces. Regularly cleaning and disinfecting surfaces is an important step, but one often overlooked aspect of a home’s health and comfort is its air quality.

Proactively addressing potential air quality issues can result in cleaner air and more comfortable living. There are multiple factors that may affect your home’s air quality.

* Indoor particulate matter consists of the visible and invisible airborne particles in the air that can enter your nose and lungs, some triggering allergies, asthma and other potential health problems.

4 Tips for Creating a Healthier Home

Kitchen Staples Helpful for Heart Health

(Family Features) Taking care of your heart health requires a commitment to the right routines and smart decisions, such as adopting a heart healthy diet. Foods you might already have in your kitchen can offer

5 Health Benefits of Oranges Beyond Vitamin C

DIY Ideas to Increase Your Home’s Value

(Family Features) Now as much as ever, your home may be a sanctuary for all kinds of expression, from thinking

Thoughts and Reflections: Beckon Thy Call, Of Fate and Destiny

By Richard Mabey Jr.

After I graduated from County College of Morris in June of 1973, I began attending Sherman College of Chiropractic in Spartanburg, South Carolina. It was in my second year at Sherman College that I began one of the greatest battles of my life. It wasn’t a gallant fight on a battlefield. Rather, an incredible test of endurance that would stretch me like a big rubber band. My battle was with a subject known as Organic Chemistry.

Improve Wellness with Affordable Bathroom Upgrades

How to Stay Safe During Your Remodel Amid COVID-19

Health Tips to Navigate Year 2 of the Pandemic

Common Signs That Your HVAC System Needs a Checkup

If you may notice some problems with your cooling and heating system, it is best to address them as soon as they happen as you don’t want a small issue to lead to more significant problems. 

OPINION:

From the right

BY TIM GRAHAM

OPINION: Fact-Checkers Hammering Biden and Cuomo? No.

CNN host Brian Stelter asked a big question on his Sunday show. “What’s the future of fact-checking now that Trump is out of office?” He proclaimed it was “fraught with complexity, and allegations of bias and shouts of false equivalence.”

This is not complex. In 2016, a Rasmussen poll found that only 29% of the public trusted the media’s “fact-checking” of presidential candidates. There’s not just “allegations” of bias but easy and daily confirmation of bias.

OPINION:

From the left

BY Mark Shields

2020 Voters Knew What They Wante

There has always been something faintly Old Testament about the way we Americans pick our presidents. Remember the first election of the 21st century when, by a 2-to-1 margin in national polls, voters found the country 

5 Key Steps to a Beautiful Lawn

Nearly everyone wants to have a beautiful lawn, but the process to get there can be overwhelming. There’s more to it than just mowing and fertilizing. Not to worry — we have broken the process down for you. Here are five simple steps you can take to get a better-looking yard.

1. Ensuring You Have Great Soil

Lawns need excellent soil to thrive. You should ensure you

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