Buying A new Home? How To Determine your down payment

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Now that you have a good sense of what you can comfortably afford on a monthly basis, it’s time to look at your savings and determine how much you can afford for a down payment. Determine how much money you are able to spend upfront on your home purchase • Gather your savings and investment … Continued

Legal and Financial Planning for People with Alzheimer’s

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Many people are unprepared to deal with the legal and financial consequences of a serious illness such as Alzheimer’s disease. Legal and medical experts encourage people recently diagnosed with a serious illness to examine and update their financial and healthcare arrangements as soon as possible. Basic le- gal and financial documents, such as a will, … Continued

Dong Quai

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The Benefits of an Ancient Chinese Remedy By Pam Teel Angelica Sinensis, a type of herb, also known as Dong Quai, is a female ginseng belonging to the Apiaceae family of plants, which includes parsley, carrots, celery, and coriander. It thrives in cooler temperatures and is typically found in the mountainous regions of China, Japan, … Continued

SENIOR BULLYING

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When we think of bullying, many times we think of adolescents in middle school and high school. These “Mean Girls” or bullies make life impossible for the victim. There is another demographic that we need to bring attention to in this day and age which it may come to a surprise to you. Bullying is … Continued

Time to Celebrate the Parents

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When thinking of the month of July, one holiday comes to mind mighty quick, and that most likely is the Fourth of July. However, there is a holiday that is often overlooked and one that should be more celebrated. This holiday is National Parents Day, which is a holiday that truly deserves more than one … Continued

Millstone Twp Foundation for Educational Excellence Awards $36,629.96 in Grants to Millstone Twp Schools

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Two of the Grants Complete the “MTFEE Creativity & Collaboration Room” Millstone Township Foundation for Educational Excellence (MTFEE) awarded five grants, totaling $36,629.96, to Millstone Township Schools. All grants will be implemented in the fall. MTFEE is a non-profit organization devoted to funding grants for items that nurture extraordinary educational experiences for every student in … Continued

Summer Movie Preview

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By Max Druckman School is out and summer is in! It’s that special time for pool parties, beach relaxation, and of course sizzling hot days. One of the best ways to escape the blazing warmth is by grabbing a bucket of popcorn and cooling off in the movie theatre. Summer is known for Hollywood blockbusters … Continued

Parent Like a Pro: Slowing the Summer Slide

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By Cynthia O’Brien Learning doesn’t have to fall by the wayside just because school is out. Use these five parent pro tips to keep your child learning and having fun over the summer months. 1.) “Summer”ize your Summer Activities: After completing a fun activity with your child this summer – such as going to the zoo, … Continued

Summer Fun for the Kids

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Weekend Getaways in NJ By Pam Teel Spend a day, spend a weekend, but get those kids off the couch! With sum- mer coming quickly, parents will be scrambling to line up fun and inter- esting activities for their kids to do. Tell them to put down their hand held gadgets and their cell phones … Continued