On the business fast track: Muslim entrepreneur markets energy bars for Ramadan

On the business fast track: Muslim entrepreneur markets energy bars for Ramadan

As a Muslim and working professional, Montgomery County resident Imran Posner said keeping the Ramadan fast can be difficult.

Used mobility aids from Montgomery County destined for hospitals in Guinea

Used mobility aids from Montgomery County destined for hospitals in Guinea

A Volvo station wagon from Montgomery County will have a second life as an ambulance in the West African country of Guinea.

Beach repair to begin along 14 miles of N.J.'s northern coastline

Beach repair to begin along 14 miles of N.J.'s northern coastline

A $128 million dollar beach protection project along 14 miles of northern New Jersey coastline will begin after the Memorial Day holiday. State Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin said extending the

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Essay: Everyone’s talking. Is anyone listening?
Speak Easy | Stacia Friedman

Essay: Everyone’s talking. Is anyone listening?

A Jew and two Arabs walk into a room. They play beautiful music together, erasing the cultural, political, and religious boundaries that normally separate them. What is wrong with this picture? According to cellist Ohad "Udi"

Speak Easy | Courtenay Harris Bond

Essay: 'People die of stigma. They don't die from heroin.'

It seemed particularly cruel that Paul Yabor, 55, an activist in the HIV/AIDs and harm reduction communities who suffered from a substance use disorder himself, died last week Tuesday of a drug overdose at an open-air shooting

National Interest | Dick Polman

Putin's stooge disses Europe and sickens our allies

Joseph Stalin's ghost took a look at Donald Trump yesterday and chuckled to himself: "I sure wish Truman and Eisenhower had dumped on NATO when I was still alive. But hey, the new guy is better late than never. We couldn't have

Speak Easy | Christine Flowers

Op-ed: Notre Dame commencement protesters chose the wrong time and place

When I heard that a group of disgruntled Notre Dame students marched out of the graduation ceremonies in less-than-silent protest this week because the commencement speaker was Vice President Mike Pence, my first thought was

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Community mourns unexpected death of overdose prevention activist

Community mourns unexpected death of overdose prevention activist

People trying to prevent more opioid overdoses in Philadelphia are reeling from the unexpected  death of Paul Yabor, 56, a longtime local and national activist. Yabor spent decades advocating for the rights of those

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