By Sally French After all these stay-at-home orders and travel restrictions, you’re itching to get out on the vast, open ocean. You’re ready to see multiple countries — but only want to unpack once. You’re yearning for the all-you-can-eat popcorn on the pool deck. But you’re also skeptical of when […]

State must rethink vax plan I have read with great interest the opinion piece in The Jersey Journal (“Vaccine rollout a massive failure for seniors”; Jan. 29) and agree with everything written in the article. It was spot on, as were the letters by senior citizens relating the problems in securing […]

As a case manager for a nonprofit that serves older adults, veterans and adults with disabilities in Texas, I’ve seen social services move online as a way to more efficiently get assistance to people without exposing them to the virus. And yet, this only exacerbates the digital divide. Many of […]

My first contact with him came when we fly-hacked the ball away from our 22 and it went straight into Jonah’s hands. I pushed up, he ran at me and I thought, ‘here is a big lad running at me, I know what he’s going to do – he’s going […]

New Yorkers lined up to vote early for a third consecutive day Monday, many waiting under umbrellas, after a weekend that saw a crush of more than 400,000 voters statewide. State elections officials said 422,169 people voted Saturday and Sunday, the first two days of early voting in New York. […]