Monroe League of Women Voters Remind Readers of Election Law Changes

Monroe Township League of Women Voters wants to inform readers of important changes to the mail-in ballot process.

Fiction Party Redux

For all of you who thought about attending the Summer Fiction reception last week, herewith a report — biased, of course — on what you missed.The evening at the...

Fiction & Fundraising

Story telling among journalists seems to be a vanishing skill, as Richard K. Rein notes in his column beginning on page 34 of this issue. But as stories get...

Winter Blues: Understanding Weather and Climate

By now most of us at U.S. 1, at least, know enough not to confuse the weather with the climate. But still, faced with an AccuWeather time and temperature...

Between the Lines

In last week’s cover story, “New Jersey Economy: Half Full or...,” James Hughes, dean of Rutgers Bloustein School, suggests that New Jersey’s once vaunted economy is losing its edge....

To the Editor: Thanks All Around

We would like to thank Mistral Restaurant at 66 Witherspoon Street in Princeton for opening their kitchen and hearts for the annual dinner of the Mercer County Chapter of...

An Anonymous Cry for Public Transport

One of the consequences of the proliferation of media outlets is that we sometimes forget what role we are playing. We signed on to be editors of a weekly...

Calling All Writers

Calling all writers: We know it’s a lonely, endeavor, pitting you against the blinking cursor on a blank computer screen. But it also has its moments. One of them...

Comments of All Sorts

We received the full complement of correspondence in the past week, hearing from readers via E-mail, online postings, old-fashioned snail mail, and even older fashioned, in-person greetings exchanged with...

Final Words on Rush Holt

More follow-up on our September 8 cover story on the Rush Holt-Scott Sipprelle congressional race: A reader wondered why we had presented Sipprelle’s position on education but not Holt’s.The...

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From NJWedding.com to NJParenting.com

Twenty-two years after it launched NJWedding.com is starting a family: NJParenting.com, launched in February, is a directory of child-related services, much like its parent site is a directory for the wedding business.