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April 15, 2020

Sale by Owner

Let’s talk a little about the homeowner who chooses to sell on their own. I am a Real Estate Agent. I sell houses. So of course I recommend that you

Fran LoBiondo

Week 4

Here we are in Coronavirus Shutdown: Week 4. We have puzzles, paints, crayons, coloring books, books, balls and some toys. They entertain our Greg, who is autistic, for short spans

Ordering In

While many restaurants and local eateries have closed their doors for dine-in service, takeout and delivery have become the new norm for many. And according to a recent survey from

Proper Pruning

If you are like most homeowners, you need to prune trees, shrubs, bushes and other plants in your yard from time to time. But do you know which tool is

Inbound Marketing

Inbound marketing—it’s a term you’ve likely heard of, but what does it re-ally mean? With so many avenues of marketing available, sometimes it’s hard to keep track. Inbound marketing refers

Estell Brothers

The death in 1839 of John Estell III, founder of Estellville Glassworks in Weymouth Township, resulted in the business being turned over to his son Daniel. One year later, Daniel’s

Spring Redo

When it’s time to redo a flower bed outside your home, there are certain steps to take to ensure your plants will get the most nutrients and the best living

Historic Gems

Last year one of our articles introduced readers to the 142-mile NJ Bayshore Heritage Byway, along with all its spurs. This is one of eight such routes in the state,

Heroic Actions

During the global health crisis, we are currently living in, the creativity and ingenuity of human beings has been on full display—and it’s a beautiful sight to behold. As concerns