Five days hence, the world’s 2 billion Christians will celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. They will do so in accordance with local custom, but … more ...
Hey, gang, Merry Christmas. My holiday season was going pretty good until I got an email from my friends at The Coalition of CT Sportsmen … more ...
My four siblings and I all collected stamps years ago. Dad had done so during his childhood and encouraged it because, he explained, it could … more ...
By Mike Brodinsky Wallingford residents should envy, from afar and across the border, Southington’s recent initiative. On 12/8/14, it decided to join a group of … more ...
The issue of adding full-day kindergarten to the Wallingford school system was the subject of two recent Record-Journal articles. The discussion of whether to add … more ...
One of the saddest aspects of the world situation today is the conflict that has escalated between radical Muslim fundamentalism and other faiths. Both Islam … more ...
“Healthy aging.” It’s a phrase we hear more and more, and with good reason. As Americans live longer, we have an opportunity to ensure that … more ...
Editor’s note: Eight-year-old Virginia O’Hanlon wrote a letter to the editor of New York’s Sun, and the quick response was printed as an unsigned editorial … more ...
The town council approved a new teachers’ contract on November 12, 2014. There’s a lot to know about that contract, and the 7 points that … more ...
Town Councilor Fishbein filed an FOI complaint against Wallingford Center, Inc. and its officers, of which I am one, alleging we failed to comply with … more ...

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Hartford HealthCare is committed to a Healthy Southington. To have value, this commitment needs to have meaning. Here’s what we mean. • A commitment to … more ...
On Wednesday night, Wallingford Town Council unexpectedly delayed action on a proposed change in the town’s contract with Covanta, the operator of the trash plant … more ...
Over the years, Southington has employed a mostly passive approach to economic development, achieving less than stellar results, as a rule. On the occasions where … more ...
Honoring our vets   Nov 11, 2014
The members of American Legion Auxiliary, Department of CT and units across the state would like to express our sincere appreciation for the men and … more ...
November is National Runaway Prevention Month, and last Tuesday night, Women and Families Center took the time to pause and honor homeless and runaway youth … more ...
Beyond mudslinging   Nov 9, 2014
Ah — the 2014 election is finally over, and, regardless of political leanings, virtually everyone is glad not to have to endure any more of … more ...
“There’s a black bear in my yard!” Believe it or not, this has become a rather common call in Connecticut in recent years, with more … more ...
BOO! Happy Halloween. Can you believe we are nearing the end of October already? Many area sportsmen are now in a hunting mode, but those … more ...
Within the next few years, the Town of Wallingford is facing what could be an $18 million upgrade to its wastewater treatment plant to contend … more ...
Connecticut’s prisons cost the state’s citizens $1 billion per year. For that expense — about $275 annually per Connecticut resident — we keep more than … more ...
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