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In Defense of Bats

Bats are just about the most misunderstood creatures on the planet, often thought to be creepy, spooky or dangerous. “They want to suck your blood, they’ll fly into your...

Comparison Shopping for Funerals

When it comes to funeral services, the old saying that “you get what you pay for,” couldn’t be further from the truth. For example, Fertig Funeral Home in Mullica...

Clarifications & A Letter

In last week’s cover story on the development possibilities associated with the sale of the 18th century house at the corner of Vandeventer Avenue and Park Place in downtown...

Warehouse Proposed for Hamilton Lot

Hamilton Township officials said developers have applied for a permit to build a 340,000 square-foot warehouse distribution facility and office building on a 33-acre parcel of land at Kuser...

Deaths

William C. Miller, 82, on October 7. He was the owner of Miller Garage Doors in Lawrenceville. A service will be held Saturday, November 7, at 3 p.m. at...

Opportunities

AuditionsTheater to Go has auditions for “Room Service” on Sunday, November 22, from 1 to 5 p.m.; and Monday, November 23, from 7 to 10 p.m. CM Building behind...

The Year of the Political Outsider

So is this the year of the outsider? Consider that just a few months ago political commentators vastly more experienced than I were wondering how the electorate would respond...

Own a Business? Plan Your Exit

Having a successful business involves three stages — starting it, running it, and passing it on to the next generation. The trouble is people usually only think of the...

Higher Education: Lifeblood of the Local Economy

If you want to know how higher education affects the local economy, you could do a lot worse than talking to George Pruitt, president of Thomas Edison State College....

What the UGGs Story Means for Business

In 2000, Oprah Winfrey was in a giving mood. In the later phases of her incredibly popular daytime talk show, Oprah was fond of giving stuff to her studio...