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Fifty years after the bullet that changed us

For a generation of us, he was the gallant knight — handsome, brave, smart and charming. The smile, the athleticism, the sweet way he showed his affection for Caroline and little John-John…all of it captivated us.


Letters to the Editor: November 20, 2013

Honoring our veterans with support


Editorial: Say yes to merit selection

Democrats and Republicans can’t agree on much in Harrisburg or Washington, but there is at least one noteworthy bill in the state legislature that enjoys bipartisan support.


Letters to the Editor: November 13, 2013

A symbol of remembrance in Holme Circle


Editorial: Voter turnout is grim

Picture a packed Citizens Bank Park with only the people in the front rows actually paying attention to the game even though everybody paid a nice buck to get in. 


Editorial: Help those in need

It’s a Northeast tradition 58 years in the making.


Letters to the Editor: November 6, 2013

Continuing to defend traditional marriage


Halloween cannot be escaped for long

One of the sobering realities of growing older is the recognition that there are paths you’ll never wander again — that you swore you’d never want to.


Doctor offers healthy ways to combat type 2 diabetes

With a growing obesity epidemic in the United States, type 2 diabetes mellitus has become one of the largest health concerns that primary care physicians encounter. An estimated 23 million Americans live with diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is a disorder of metabolism. When we eat, our food is broken down to glucose. The cells of our body utilize this glucose for growth and energy. Insulin, which is made by the pancreas organ, is necessary to carry the glucose into the cells to provide this energy source.


Editorial: Don’t forget to vote

Don’t forget to vote