Committed to the cause

For off-season training, Neshaminy High School coach Steve Wilmot sticks to basics. By Al Thompson Training methods are not unlike politics. Many people have different opinions on what is the right way to plot a course for positive results. Running a football team, though, is not a democracy. The head coach sets the rules on…

State reps host rally for disabled

A bipartisan group of legislators rallied to prevent individuals with disabilities from being forced to sit in the community and leave day programs and sheltered workshops where they attend. By Tom Waring State Reps. Gene DiGirolamo and Frank Farry were among a bipartisan group of legislators from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives who rallied to…

Providing nourishment

Two Bucks County residents are among 81 ShopRite employees who will appear on the back of limited-edition Cheerios boxes for helping to fight hunger. ShopRite of Yardley, at 1603 Big Oak Road, is among the top 40 winning stores in the annual ShopRite Partners In Caring Cheerios Contest, co-sponsored by ShopRite and General Mills. Pictures…

The power of nostalgia

Dig out your denim jackets and Rubik’s Cubes and travel back in time at the Nostalgia Fest Philly. By Tom Waring Eric Cohen was born in 1980 and just turned 37, and he considers himself fortunate to have grown up during the 1980s and ‘90s. “Everybody loved the ‘80s and ‘90s,” he said. “I don’t…