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The recent incident in Southington involving the underage abuse of alcohol and the subsequent penalties saddened me as deeply as anybody. Punishment certainly has to … more ...
Nancy Paradis calls from Cross Lake, Maine, to say the ice is still on the lake, 55 inches deep. It’s a warm day, however, as … more ...
Southington’s aggressive approach to economic development got interesting again last week with the creation of a tax break for breweries or distilleries that renovate and … more ...
I don’t get it. In fact, I don’t understand half of what the governor and other folks up in Hartford are doing to make Connecticut … more ...
Among the more wonderful eccentricities of the English language are the phrases that appear to say the opposite or near opposite of what they’re supposed … more ...
How does an 800 number turn into a personal exchange after entering your account number, date of birth and zip code or last four digits … more ...
It’s no secret that baby boomers — the roughly 73 million Americans born between 1946 and 1964 who are still around — form a huge … more ...
I don’t get the Board of Regents for Higher Education. If they were trying to send a message about the effect of the governor’s proposed … more ...
Last week, after it was disclosed that Middlesex Community College’s Meriden campus would be closing, I observed that the “most aggressive response” was from state … more ...
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The woman caught my eye. She was sitting in the booth at Anthony Jack’s on the opposite side of the restaurant from my friends and … more ...
The state budget shell game visited Meriden in the worst way last week with the announcement of what would be an act of pure desperation … more ...
A voice message to the mayor and a phone call to the city manager — that’s how Middlesex Community College chose to notify Meriden officials … more ...
The notion that baseball is a microcosm of life in America couldn’t have been more apparent to me as it was Wednesday. The bottom fell … more ...
Once upon a time, in a kingdom not very far away, North Village had an airport, although most of it was on the soil of … more ...
The idea of “pressing the pause button” might sound prudent when it comes to a controversy like Wallingford School Superintendent Salvatore Menzo’s decision to remove … more ...
Hey, Rob Janiga: I meant to call yesterday. I still have your speech from Tuesday night’s Meriden Sports Reunion and I will get it back … more ...
One of the more interesting aspects of going through a high school basketball season is listening to criticisms logged by reporters, coaches, parents and fans. … more ...
My favorite Connecticut sportswriter, Mike DiMauro, has written about it. My esteemed former colleague John Pettit has written about it. My esteemed current colleague Ken … more ...
This just in: Social Security records suggest that 6.5 million people in this country are 112 to 136 years old. That’s right — even though … more ...
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