We liked this week Snowflake, the dog found earlier this month malnourished and with a rubber band around her snout, was released from the Meriden … more ...
“We don’t want to unnecessarily tax people.” Even though each of us may have a different definition of “unnecessarily,” those words, uttered recently by Meriden … more ...
Operation Fuel, a Hartford-based, nonprofit heating assistance group, says that poor Connecticut households are facing about $784 million in energy bills this winter, beyond what … more ...
Planning for growth   Dec 18, 2014
Good news: Meriden’s Parking Commission, like Rip Van Winkle, has suddenly awakened after years of somnolence to find the old hometown much changed, and much … more ...
It was nothing personal — at least that’s what both Meriden Mayor Manny Santos and Corporation Counsel Michael Quinn were saying after the Connecticut Supreme … more ...
Merry Christmas! On Wednesday, just about a week before Santa hitches up his reindeer, state regulators are expected to finalize a $7.12 increase, starting in … more ...
The decision by the nation’s second-largest pharmacy chain to stop selling tobacco products is a bold move that will cost it money in the short … more ...
We liked this week The Meriden Animal Hospital was “flooded” with calls last weekend about Snowflake, a 1-year-old dog who was discovered with a rubber … more ...
Proposed changes to the Wallingford home occupation regulation would needlessly neutralize small businesses. The new rules would severely limit professional services people could offer out … more ...
With more and more members of the baby boom generation hitting retirement age every year, more and more of their parents are hitting their late-80s … more ...

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Equipping Wallingford police with the anti-overdose drug Narcan could be the difference between life and death. In recent years, Wallingford has experienced a number of … more ...
Should former U.S. Rep. and former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland be given a light sentence so he can “continue to help others and contribute to … more ...
If you go to the U.S. Department of Agriculture website, you can find plenty of reports on “Meat price spreads,” “U.S. and Canadian hogs” and … more ...
NFL running back Ray Rice does not deserve a second chance to play football this year. He believes differently. After an arbitrator overturned the league’s … more ...
The outlook for all-day kindergarten in Wallingford once again appears bleak. It’s a similar story as last year. Board of Education members authorized a plan … more ...
We liked this week As the holiday season gets into high gear, there are holiday craft fairs today in Meriden, Wallingford, Southington and Cheshire, as … more ...
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has so far kept to campaign promises and avoided tax hikes while addressing the projected $93 million budget shortfall this … more ...
A congressional staffer who criticized the president’s teenage daughters Friday has been caught up in the backlash from those remarks, and has resigned. Good. Elizabeth … more ...
Adam Lanza was allowed to deteriorate psychologically because of negligence, appeasement and denial. Both his parents and the Newtown school system failed to secure treatment … more ...
The story of the proposed Covanta contract got more curious last week. The council scheduled vote on amendments to the existing agreement for its special … more ...
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