Home always has been a precious word to Linda Huebenthal Woolston, starting with the farm where she grew up in Baldwinsville, outside of Syracuse, N.Y. A historical marker established its 1798 roots. “When my parents bought the house, it had no indoor plumbing and no electricity,” said Woolston, who saw firsthand
The rooms of Sandy Konrad’s Medford home are filled with light, and during the Christmas season, also with the magic of a collection of Christmas-themed treasures that fill her holiday world with joy and beauty. MEDFORD — Step inside the cozy, charming apartment of Sandy Konrad at Medford Leas, and
Columnist Sally Friedman will be honored Thursday at the Burlington County Library in Westampton for her five decades in journalism. The Medford Leas resident will share what she’s learned about life through her own experiences by reading several columns and take questions from the audience about all aspects of life.
By Sally Friedman It was my lousy back that got the first discussions going about a move to a continuing care retirement community (CCRC). For years, I’ve struggled with my unwelcome genetic legacy – a disc issue that was starting to make life in a two-story home downright daunting. “Oh,
Medford Leas Retirement Community Dining Room Coordinator Susan Hurst (left) assists resident Hannah Wilson (right) with putting on a hair net. Wilson, along with other residents helped to make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the Cathedral Kitchen to help
By Sally Friedman / Correspondent Posted Jun 10, 2018 at 8:41 PM Two legal experts addressed the legal decision-making processes on current LGBTQ issues to coincide with Pride Month to an audience of about 100 residents. It seems a long leap from wedding cakes to the United States Supreme Court.