- Written by Jason J. Tabor Jason J. Tabor
Visitors to historic Cornwall Iron Furnace in Lebanon have the opportunity to learn all about the Revolutionary-War-era forge from local history buff-turned-tour guide Pat Freeland.
- Written by Robert Naeye Robert Naeye
We live in a modern age awash in light. It’s inside our homes, on our streets, and on our computer screens.
November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, and the Alzheimer’s Association, together with advocates in the early stages of the disease, are encouraging families to talk about memory and cognition concerns sooner.
- Written by Melinda M. Williams/ The Williams Group Melinda M. Williams/ The Williams Group
When someone you love is struck with a neurological disease, such as Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s, life can undoubtedly become a trial for both the caregiver and the patient. Because of the slow but steady progression of these diseases, maintaining morale can also be a challenge.
- Written by Ismat Mangla Ismat Mangla
Last October, my family members received a phone call from a company dubbed Utility Savings Expert, whose website (utilitysavingsexpert.net) features the tagline, “We are here to help you,” but omits the second half of the sentence: “… separate you from your money.”
- Written by Jason Tabor Jason Tabor
As he jumped from the plane and floated through the air, wind blasting his face and brown-and-green squares of New Jersey farmland rushing up to meet him, Stephen DeBock thought, “Wow, I’m finally flying like Superman!”
- Written by Megan Joyce Megan Joyce
When Dorothy and Co. are finally granted entrance into Emerald City in the classic 1939 film The Wizard of Oz, the Scarecrow, Tin Man, Cowardly Lion, and the girl from Kansas climb aboard a horse-drawn carriage and are whisked around on a lively tour of the city’s people, sights, and songs.
- Written by Lori Van Ingen Lori Van Ingen
Like many retirees, when Margaret Sidlick left the workforce in fall 2015, she decided she wanted to volunteer.