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  • Gloucester reassessment complete; value notices in the mail

    GLOUCESTER — Property owners in Gloucester County should begin receiving new assessment notices in the mail next week. County Assessor Derek Green presented information on the county's reassessment process to the Board of Supervisors Wednesday...
  • U.S. should back off support for Israel: My Word

    U.S. should back off support for Israel: My Word
    The U.S. shouldn't support Israel, if Israel continues its settlement policy on the West Bank. That policy is now too costly to the U.S. and the West as a whole to continue to support. The settlement policy is ethnic cleansing: removing from the land...
  • Nancy Meyer: I'm looking forward to taking helm at Sentinel

    Nancy Meyer: I'm looking forward to taking helm at Sentinel
    Next Sunday I'll be doing the same thing I love to do every Sunday morning — sitting with a great cup of coffee, reading my local newspaper, checking the opinion pages, ensuring the correct placement of ads, watching my Twitter feed and tweeting...
  • Letter: Transfer is not about property values

    Re: “Stop the Presses: This looks like a case of Sagebrush burning,” Dan Evans, Nov. 1. I am disappointed in this column, another instance of stereotyping La CaƱada residents and trying to devalue our true motivations. We Sagebrush folks...
  • Will your child know you love them?

    Will your child know you love them?
    Spring is officially upon us, and while April showers keep us inside, it’s the perfect time of year to sit back, reflect and embark on meaningful home projects. It’s also a great opportunity to talk about your family’s future. After...
  • Developers riding 606 trail deeper into Northwest Side

    Developers riding 606 trail deeper into Northwest Side
    Along portions of Chicago's 606 trail, it's hard to tell the construction workers from the construction workers. Some are working on the much-anticipated, elevated recreation space along Bloomingdale Avenue expected to open in June. Others are...
  • American values under Obama

    American values under Obama
    Two columns ago, I passed on a series of political observations from the heartland. Today, a snapshot of American values and viewpoints a decade and a half into the "new" millennium. For my left-leaning readers, you have much to be pleased about as...
  • Faith and Values: Psalms offer hope in face of evil

    Faith and Values: Psalms offer hope in face of evil
    All is not right with the world and never has been. Bad things happen. There are evil people. We yearn for deliverance from ugly injustice and revolting brutality. Loud cries to heaven fall on deaf ears, or so it seems. No legions of angels rush to defend...
  • Irvine tops website's list of region's best cities for young families

    Irvine is ranked No. 1 on a list of "Best Cities for Young Families in Southern California" by consumer website NerdWallet.com. The site studied public school ratings, median home values, monthly homeownership costs, median household income and income...
  • E.W. Jackson says Democrats attack Christian values with anti-discrimination laws about gays and lesbians

    Bishop E.W. Jackson, last year’s unsuccessful GOP candidate for Lt. Governor, is still speaking out on political issues – telling supporters he’s been traveling the midterm election battlegrounds such as North Carolina and Arkansas to...
  • In Theory: On mandated tolerance at religious schools

    After allegations last spring that several schools in Birmingham, England had been infiltrated by a group of people “with a restricted and narrow interpretation of their faith” trying to achieve an “Islamisation” of secular state...