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Winners and Losers   Feb 28, 2015
We liked this week Wallingford police, alerted by a Rite Aid pharmacy worker, have broken up an apparent prescription drug ring. A man was arrested … more ...
How times have changed! Not very long ago, this couldn’t have been written — because, not very long ago, local police departments didn’t have special … more ...
A person bestowed with the nickname “Sliced Bread” — as in the greatest thing since — has a lot to live up to, obviously. Just … more ...
Upon reflection — and after encouragement from Tami Christopher, director of Middlesex Community College’s downtown campus, Sean Moore, president of the Midstate Chamber of Commerce, … more ...
Southington West Little League is going old school. Citing safety concerns, beginning this coming season, Southington West has banned aluminum baseball bats. League players above … more ...
Malloy’s budget   Feb 22, 2015
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has presented his budget proposal for the next two years. It consists of one big idea — a $100 billion, 30-year … more ...
We liked this week Last weekend we were blessed with yet another snowstorm, but this time it wasn’t the snow so much as the wind … more ...
Locals can be forgiven for being a bit ornery these days, as we contend with biting cold, towering snow piles and harrowing commutes. And for … more ...
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If, as Gandhi once said, “a nation’s greatness is measured by how it treats its weakest members,” then the part of this nation that’s called … more ...
Chicago’s Jackie Robinson West All-Star baseball team captured the heart of the city — and in many ways, the country — this past summer as … more ...
Today is the third Monday in February — Presidents Day. Or rather, in some states it’s Presidents Day, in others it’s President’s Day and, in … more ...
Connecticut House Speaker Brendan Sharkey has raised a number of ideas in the General Assembly concerning education and the way it’s financed in our state. … more ...
Winners and Losers   Feb 14, 2015
We liked this week Local legislators said Wednesday they support the creation of a task force to combat corruption in Connecticut. The Connecticut Public Corruption … more ...
Ethical options   Feb 12, 2015
The Office of State Ethics would like to write a uniform ethics code for municipalities and impose it on all of Connecticut’s towns and cities. … more ...
Pavement is everywhere, and all of it — every patio, parking lot, driveway, sidewalk and street, every rooftop, every concrete, asphalt, brick, metal or other … more ...
In just the past two years the Metro-North Railroad, which runs commuter trains here in the crowded Northeast Corridor, has suffered six accidents serious enough … more ...
Guns and/or butter   Feb 8, 2015
President Barack Obama’s proposed budget has plenty in it for Connecticut. In addition to new spending on transportation infrastructure, assistance for students attending community colleges, … more ...
Winners and Losers   Feb 7, 2015
We liked this week Southington’s list of taxable property grew by 1.46 percent in 2014 over the previous year, driven in part by new businesses … more ...
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