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When my feet were young, I bought shoes off the rack at discount shoe stores and chose them according to how good they made my legs look and how well they matched my outfit. I remember nimbly …

I ask Doug Mortimer to describe his job in one word. “Fun,” he answers, and his work-wife Kathi Stefany agrees. Doug’s real-life wife is Donna Mortimer and she’s a close friend of Kathi’s. Doug is the owner of Douglas Jewelers in the Barn Plaza in Doylestown, and together …

Last snow day, I took out a box of old photos of my pets from years gone by and cried and smiled intermittently for three hours straight. There was Jinx, Happy, Daisy, Darcy, Boo, Neo and Trinity, …

According to George Orwell, “Writing a book is a horrible, exhausting struggle, like a long bout of some painful illness. One would never undertake such a thing if one were not driven on by some …

There were 37,529 juvenile offenders held in residential treatment facilities in 2018 according to the Department of Justice. These children must be educated, not only because it’s the law, but …

Looking back, what might have seemed like a setback to Karen and Geoff Caldwell would ultimately lead to the creation of Sunflower Glass Studio, the business on Sergeantsville Road in Stockton they …

Adi Strigl saw the toll the COVID-19 lockdown was taking on her three children. They couldn’t go to school. They couldn’t see their friends. None of the activities they normally enjoyed were …

This week we celebrated Labor Day, the federal holiday meant to mark what the United States Department of Labor calls “the social and economic achievements of American workers.” So it seems …

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