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Diary of a Scout Leader: Remembering the Old Lincoln Park Herald

One of the most influential individuals, of my youth, along my rocky path toward becoming a writer was Mr. Nicolas Marino, who was the Editor-in-Chief of the Lincoln Park Herald during the 1960’s and 1970’s. Mr. Marino’s newspaper was a very fine, small town weekly newspaper. Read More

Detecting autism: What every parent should know about screening

(BPT) – For a child with autism, an early diagnosis is one of the most important steps to help them achieve their brightest possible future. That’s why, even in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s vital for families to look out for the signs of autism in young children and seek diagnosis and intervention. Read More

I Remember Dad: The Guardians of the Gate

By Richard Mabey Jr.

I so truly wished that I had paid greater attention to my beloved father’s stories of his time at Hickam Air Field during World War II. But I was oh so young back then and there were fly balls to catch, homework to do, go-karts to ride, comic books to read and tree forts to be built.. Read More

DENTAL DIGEST   AFRAID OF THE DENTIST? YOU HAVE OPTIONS!

Fear of going to the dentist is very common. Whether its due to a bad childhood experience or some other reason, modern dentistry has many options to offer

In our office, its not uncommon for a fearful patient to have been referred by a friend, co-worker, or family member. Believe it or not, this initial expression of trust goes a long way to combat anxiety. The second step people tell us that has helped them is our outstanding staff, primarily the first person they speak to on the phone once they call to make that initial appointment. READ MORE

The Center for Contemporary Art Offers Fall In Studio and Online Art Classes for Adults, Teens & Children

The Center for Contemporary Art is pleased to offer In studio and online art classes and workshops this fall for adults, teens and children beginning September 14. . Read More

JODY GREGORY NAMED WINNER IN ALTE ROOFING’S NO ROOF LEFT BEHIND 6th FREE ROOF GIVEAWAY

Jody Gregory has officially been named as the winner of a new roof in Alte Roofing’s No Roof Left Behind program. After a month of voting by the public, Gregory received over one thousand total votes, a little under half of the total votes between four finalists. Read More

Improve Heart Health with Daily Nutrition from a Refrigerator Staple

(Family Features) Taking care of your heart requires a commitment to the right routines and smart decisions, but it doesn’t have to be difficult. Simple ingredients already in your kitchen may offer powerful protection to keep your heart healthy. Read More

Morris  County  Freeholder  

Joins  Trump  Administration READ MORE

IT’S A DOG’S LIFE 

Several years ago, my husband was diagnosed with Macular Degeneration; a condition that results in burred or no vision in the center of the visual field. It’s not uncommon in older people but while the medical field is eagerly working towards a cure, it hasn’t happened yet. Read More

OPINION Never Forget How You Made Them Feel

The “post-game” analyses of the 2020 Democratic National Convention have gone on for longer than the convention itself. Critics continue to weigh in on whether Barack Obama or Michelle Obama was the more effective speaker and whether Joe Biden, in his 24-minute acceptance speech (remarkably brief by historical standards), put to rest questions about Sleepy Joe READ MORE

OPINION Phony Lines From Barack Obama’s Speech

Ryan Lizza, chief Washington correspondent of Politico, is the kind of character assassin who likes to go to the White House briefing and throw beanball questions about how many coronavirus deaths President Donald Trump thinks are acceptable.Read More

 

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