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I’d never even heard of the term “microburst’ until this week. My guess is the situation was the same for many and that many, particularly … more ...
If you haven’t been to downtown Meriden lately you might not believe your eyes. A rocky riverbed now snakes through the Hub site waiting for … more ...
It used to drive me nuts, when I went digging through old photographs down in the cobwebbed crypts of this newspaper’s archives, that not all … more ...
With the NHL and NBA finals now concluded, many sports fans consider this a dry spell. But it’s a big time for golf, with the … more ...
He leaves work early, grabs a quick supper and is at the field to watch his grandsons in each Little League game they play. He’s … more ...
From the neatly manicured gravel-covered infield of Middletown’s Palmer Field to the gnat-infested tidal marshes next to DeLuca Field in Stratford, we crowned two worthy … more ...
The governor tried to shift the narrative last week away from a controversial budget that raises taxes by $1.5 billion largely on businesses, but also … more ...
WALLINGFORD, June 10, 2065 — Dressed in an outfit reminiscent of the great computer pioneers of the 20th century — the black T-shirt and carefully … more ...
Quantum physics, which I don’t understand at all, includes the possibility of time travel, I think, at least at the subatomic level. But you don’t … more ...
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By narrow margins in the House and Senate, legislative leaders eked out a state budget last week that isn’t just unfriendly to business and bad … more ...
Wallingford’s school board is considering revising the policy that governs how something can be added or removed from the curriculum. The deliberation is a response … more ...
With the spring tournament kicking into high gear this week, I find it an appropriate time to publicly express the incredible value that team sports … more ...
The Oakdale theater laid the groundwork for a compromise with the town by adding soundproofing to cut down on the bass emitted during shows under … more ...
Human beings are outfitted with five senses. Sometimes it seems we could use a few more, sometimes it seems we have enough difficulty with the … more ...
Ron and I are on the front porch of the Ground Zero Blues Club, not yet open this early in the day, and wish we … more ...
Since the “ticket-gate” fiasco in the Meriden Police Department’s records division resulted from years of lax oversight, the police chief should be ultimately held accountable. … more ...
OK, here it is, another study purporting to prove something. This one’s about bad driving, and which states have the worst drivers, and so forth. … more ...
Threatening a small bead shop with fines of $150 a day for having a banner on a fence seems like an overly aggressive approach to … more ...
The guy behind the bar at the Hopson Plantation Commissary looked to be in his 50s, or perhaps his 60s was more like it. He … more ...
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