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P’s and Q’s

Growing up, I was one of those students who never took school seriously. I thought of school as just a place to hang out when

Top of His Game

In the world of sports, as in life, change is the only thing that’s constant. On May 29, the Cumberland County College Dukes baseball team

Superfund Site Cleanup Plan

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing a cleanup plan to address about 40 non-residential contaminated properties that remain impacted by the former Kil-Tone

Life Academies

Pineland Learning Center (PLC) recently presented awards to the three student teams winning the premiere Media Academy competition in the culminating showcase event. In its

Heat Wave

Money-Saving and Energy-Saving Tips from AC Electric Tips to help customers save money and energy during hot summer days include: • Set thermostats at a

Critical Need

This year marks 25 years the Downe Township Community Red Cross Blood Drive has made its home at the Senior Center in Newport. Kary Wilson-Dunkel,

We Can.

Many adults in leadership positions in the world of politics, business, religion etc., have either forgotten or have purposely discarded the spiritual lessons of the

Let’s Play

Most children get excited for summer break. No school, no homework, no hassles. While free from a lot of the stresses of the school year,

Cultural Lessons

The United States of America has been called the Melting Pot of the World. We, its residents, all benefit from the variety and melding of

Fishing for Support

Last week, Congressman Jeff Van Drew (D-NJ) and Congressman Don Young (R-AK) introduced the H.R. 3697, the Strengthening Fishing Communities and Increasing Flexibility in Fisheries