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Column: Memorial Day   May 19, 2015
“Saving Private Ryan” is arguably the finest, most authentic, and most compelling war movie of our time. I urge you to see it ahead of … more ...
If you think that this past year’s harsh winter had an impact on the infamous Lyme ticks in our area, think again. They are back, … more ...
Oakdale Theater agreed in 1989 to specific conditions when it asked the Planning and Zoning Commission for a special permit in order to expand its … more ...
Last year, the Connecticut Supreme Court overturned some 20 years of Freedom of Information law when it concluded that police departments need only disclose a … more ...
On this Mother’s Day, I’d like to share some of my memories of my Mom, Jean Roberts, who left this world of ours with a … more ...
As we watch the unsettling series of events unfolding in Baltimore, many are following closely the news surrounding the recent death of Freddie Gray from … more ...
This column is a follow-up to Mike Brodinsky’s (R-J, 3-22) concerning how the Wallingford Public Utilities Commission is approaching the problem of huge amounts of … more ...
The words “change” and “healthcare” have practically become synonymous. From national policy to state legislation, change is everywhere in my beloved profession. My colleagues and … more ...
This Wednesday, the alarm is going to go off in the early morning hours with some country music from Country 92.5 waking me up out … more ...
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Technology in Wallingford: For a columnist, it’s the gift that keeps on giving. And this week, my dear readers, I’ve developed something special for you! … more ...
On April 8th, the Connecticut State Senate passed an amendment on a bill to keep the Meriden campus of Middlesex Community College open. Specifically, the … more ...
Some key Connecticut legislators are telling us to compromise on how much the people can know about crime and punishment, how much we can know … more ...
“First do no harm” is part of the ethos of the medical profession. It should be part of the oath of office for elected officials, … more ...
“Someone killed a swan on Hanover Pond,” was one of the many calls I have received over the years concerning dead wildlife. And then a … more ...
Fr. Richard Peter McBrien, 78, eminent Catholic theologian, prodigious author, and superb communicator, died this past Jan. 25 at his home in Farmington. He was … more ...
  Apr 5, 2015
NOTICE!!! The 2015 CT Angler’s Guide has arrived and has some editing errors in the Lakes & Ponds and Rivers & Streams listings. Nor was … more ...
In 2013, seventeen hundred Wallingford high school students answered 99 questions contained in a survey that gauged their health and behaviors. The results were published … more ...
The issue in the Wallingford School System concerning the removal of a book from the required freshman English curriculum at the request of John Pierre … more ...
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