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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 ...
Call to action on FOI   Mar 22, 2015
In rolling back public access to arrest information last summer due to seemingly conflicting sections of the Freedom of Information statute, the state Supreme Court … more ...
Wallingford has been down this road before. In 1998, the parents of a Sheehan High School student wanted the James Dickey novel “Deliverance” removed from … more ...
I had thought this might be an urban myth, but it seems to check out: Lots of tall buildings these days have no 13th floor; … more ...
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Looking back at Rosa   Mar 15, 2015
It’s one of the great stories the city has to tell – how the child of poor Italian immigrants rose to the heights of the … more ...
If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it is, for all intents and purposes, a duck. That’s … more ...
Last Sunday felt like old times at the XL Center in Hartford. It was a big game, though not necessarily a tough ticket to come … more ...
What’s in a name? When it comes to the Minor League Baseball’s regional Double-A team that made its Nutmeg debut in Bristol, moved to New … more ...
The balloons were the first indication of what was going to be. The balloons, tied together in bunches and weighted as centerpieces at the tables, … more ...
What’s that? The slogan of some self-improvement mystery cult from Los Angeles? The name of a yacht that ferries BP bigwigs around the Gulf of … more ...
There are four pharmacies within a mile stretch of East Main Street in Meriden, another three on the west side and now a proposal for … more ...
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has had some odd ideas. Remember the $55 refund check we were all supposed to get? The one that would have … more ...
There are a lot of exciting projects in the works that can help restore vitality to downtown Meriden. A hastily conceived free shuttle service isn’t … more ...
The recent report of firearms missing or stolen from the Meriden Police Department suggests a troubling lack of oversight by department leaders while again raising … more ...
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