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Winners and Losers   Mar 28, 2015
We liked this week U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal and acting Federal Railway Administrator Sarah Feinberg joined New Haven Mayor Toni Harp at Union Station to … more ...
Southington officials have a bright idea. Town Councilors have unanimously agreed to join with other municipalities in requesting qualifications from companies that install fiber-optic networks … more ...
Editorial: Sober homes   Mar 26, 2015
While a community coming together to rally around a cause is often a positive thing, this is not always the case. An example of the … more ...
The Wallingford Board of Education has a long-standing procedure for dealing with “Requests for Reconsideration of Instructional Materials,” such as parental objections to a book … more ...
Who knew a former governor could be bought so cheap? Ten years ago the price of John Rowland’s honor was a hot tub and some … more ...
Alice in Chains, a hard-rock outfit which lost two members to drug addiction, and has produced albums with such titles as Dirt and Jar of … more ...
Not unlike Hank Morgan, Mark Twain’s fictional jack-of-all-trades from Hartford — who somehow found himself transported back to sixth-century England and King Arthur’s court, where … more ...
Until Lowell P. Weicker Jr. took over as chief of the Connecticut tribe, from 1991 to 1994, there was no general income tax in the … more ...
Mitchell W. Pearlman, of Glastonbury, probably knows as much about open government as anyone. He has served as director of both the Connecticut Freedom of … more ...
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We reject the infamous nickname “Corrupticut,” which sometimes gets applied to this state. When we hear about corruption, we prefer to think of places like … more ...
Animal rights advocates celebrated a big victory March 6 with the announcement that The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus will pull its elephant … more ...
Many Wallingford residents were surprised and perturbed back in 2009 when Mayor William W. Dickinson Jr. decided that there was no room in that year’s … more ...
As Cole Porter once observed, “The world has gone mad today, and good’s bad today, and black’s white today, and day’s night today.” If things … more ...
It’s that time of year again — tax season — and it isn’t just the real taxman we have to worry about. There are also … more ...
Spring forward!   Mar 6, 2015
If you like Daylight Saving Time, you can thank Benjamin Franklin, who seems to have dreamed the idea up in 1784 when he was representing … more ...
Among those most saddened to learn of the death of Hollywood legend Leonard Nimoy on Feb. 27, no doubt, were Trekkies — the rabid, often-times … more ...
While the word “graffiti” may bring to mind inner city buildings, overpasses, subway cars; the tentacles of such vandalism spread into the suburbs as well. … more ...
“What we’ve got here is a failure to communicate.” That line comes from an old movie, “Cool Hand Luke,” but even now it keeps popping … more ...
Go fly a drone!   Mar 1, 2015
“Go fly a kite!” used to be sort of an insult — “Buzz off!” But flying a drone is a different matter entirely. Although some … more ...
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