Opinion: Why can’t those who own guns and know the most about them take responsibility for ensuring they're used safely and without malicious intent?
Episode 11: Scott Rada and Richard Kyte talk about how their different life experiences frame how they each look at firearm safety. Later, they discuss a recent poll that shows most Americans no longer belong to a church.
Q: The siding of my home is inside my neighbor’s yard. He put up a big shed very close to my siding. How can I get my neighbor to comply with setback rules to have him move his shed and other things that are up against my siding wall?
Q: I read your response to the 66-year old buyer who was considering the purchase of a home.
If you ever call your cat over and they don’t come, it’s easy to think that maybe they just don’t know their name. Cats are incredibly smart, …
Q: I have a question about the timeshare property that was owned by my late husband. My husband died of a sudden heart attack recently, without a will. He was the sole owner of the timeshare and he had no estate and there’s no probate case pending.
Q: I saw your recent column about buying a home that might not have all of the required permits for work done. You left out one calamity that can happen if you don’t ensure a proper permit was obtained.
This blanket is a must for senior dog owners.
Q: I wanted to comment on your recent column relating to the use of a homeowners association (HOA) pool during (the pandemic). Halfway through your answer you wrote, “You and your fellow residents voted in the board and they represent you.”
Q: How do I get our homeowners association board to open up our building’s three pools, all of which have been closed since March due to the pandemic? The board members say they are concerned that if someone gets COVID-19, they will be sued and will have to pay a huge sum to settle the dispute.
A South Jersey gym will be allowed to remain open but must follow strict guidelines or face being shut down again by the state, a judge ruled Monday night.
Q: I am on the board of a condo association and it was brought to our attention by a past owner who was selling his unit that a potential buyer noticed that the par value noted in the governing documents of our association did not match that in the multiple listing services in our local tax assessor’s tax base.
BERLIN (AP) — A German court has decided a Duesseldorf dog dispute, ruling Monday that not only size matters in determining whether a dog is officially "miniature."
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Your veterinarian is the person who has guided you and your pet throughout its life. The vet understands your situation. Ask your veterinarian about the options available. The age, breed and condition of your pet, and the financial reality of your situation will all play a part in your decision.
Police: Bar owner drives home after killing pedestrian
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