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We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all holidays are not created equal. That Independence Day stands out among them because it marks the … more ...
The United States has a problem. College graduates are walking out of commencement ceremonies and into the “real world” with a boatload of student loan … more ...
Those galoots up in Capital City! First they rustled the Rock Cats away from Hardware City, then they heated up the irons and rebranded them … more ...
Who wouldn’t like to revisit a place from their past; a childhood home, a beloved school, perhaps? For most of us, however, that isn’t realistic. … more ...
It’s back. Keno, that is. At least the idea of it, at least the idea of bringing it to Connecticut to somehow shore up this … more ...
On the first Earth Day — April 22, 1970 — millions of Americans took part in events from coast to coast. It was a day … more ...
How much of the tobacco settlement money that this state gets each year should be spent on efforts to encourage people to quit smoking, or … more ...
Those of us who date back more than a few years may remember this TV commercial from 1969: The mother is yelling out the window … more ...
With all the disturbing, often times salacious details of Aaron Hernandez’s life brought to light during the murder trial of the former New England Patriots … more ...
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In most towns, mention that there’s a town council technology committee and you’ll likely get a “so what?” But not necessarily in Wallingford, where such … more ...
“It is not probable that the president will live throughout the night,” Secretary of War Edwin Stanton informed The Associated Press in the early hours … more ...
Joan Didion, writing in 1979 after another period of drought, surmised that people from the East may see the backyard swimming pools so common in … more ...
Back in February, the state budget deficit stood at $61 million. On March 2 it was $101 million. By March 20 it was $133 million. … more ...
Remember Gov. Dannel P. Malloy criss-crossing Connecticut during his re-election campaign last fall, telling residents about his plan to cut millions of dollars from the … more ...
Middlesex Community College’s plan to close its doors in Meriden at the end of the spring semester is bad for the city, bad for students, … more ...
The cartoonish image of a crying baby’s parents — bleary-eyed, disheveled, milk-stained clothes and all — is, as many readers can attest, a pretty spot-on … more ...
George Hamrah can recall the days of Connie Mack and Babe Ruth. Some say he helped Ben Franklin fly that kite in the thunderstorm. And … more ...
We agree with the state Freedom of Information Commission’s decision that the nonprofit Wallingford Center Inc. is in essence a public agency and therefore is … more ...
In 2011, in the name of efficiency, the governor and the General Assembly created the Office of Governmental Accountability. The nine agencies that were combined … more ...
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