Help appreciated Editor: I would like to thank a very kind woman for helping me recently at a local shopping center. I was in a … more ...
Thank nurses Editor: Most people think of school nurses as those who just put on Band-Aids and check temperatures; however, in a society with growing … more ...
Girl Scouts Editor: In the spirit of the holiday, I would like to say thank you to more than 17,000 adult members of Girl Scouting … more ...
Season of Celebrations Editor: The Public Celebrations Committee produced another great “Season of Celebrations” in Wallingford on December 6th at the Town Hall. All outdoor … more ...
Most fitting Editor: The human heart pines to love. We strive in our daily lives to become a “Good Samaritan” for our families and in … more ...
Missing Maximus Editor: I am writing to ask for help in finding my dog Maximus. He is a Maltese/Poodle mix but looks like a Maltese. … more ...
Maximum sentence Editor: Convicted felon and ex-Governor John Rowland is seeking leniency in his upcoming sentencing for his second conviction — this time for brazenly … more ...
Clarification: In a letter by Richard Gill published on Dec. 4, the writer did not mean to imply that the MHA was in any form … more ...
Outrageous rate increases! Editor: I don’t like to be viewed as a complainer, but the forthcoming CL&P electric rate increases are outrageous. I bought a … more ...
Parking concerns Editor: The article (R-J, 12-1) describing the imminent parking changes for downtown Meriden caused by development projects was saddening. In the enthusiasm for … more ...

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A happy day! Editor: On behalf of the Meriden Ancient Order of Hibernians, hats off to Dan Arthur, his staff and his employer for making … more ...
Neglect continues Editor: The term “broken windows” comes from the metaphor used to describe this concept: “If a window is broken and left unrepaired, people … more ...
Great story Editor: It gave me a great deal of pleasure to read the 11-19 R-J article concerning my cousin Madeline “Faeth” Erskin. Madeline was … more ...
Talking turkey Editor: On Nov. 24, I contacted the city to inquire (just inquire) about leaf pick-up in Meriden, for over the weekend neighborhood kids … more ...
‘Who we are’ Editor: I have read opinion letters (R-J, 11-10) about Meriden City Councilor Cathy Battista not representing the taxpayers of this city (one … more ...
Snow job Editor: Letter-writer Aaron Woien of Southington (R-J, 11-11) states that he is leaving Connecticut upon retirement and heading for the (“less snowy”) Buffalo … more ...
Language skills Editor: Please answer a question: How can we hire someone “fluent” in English and Spanish when our own Meriden students learn in Spanish? … more ...
Fortunate Editor: How fortunate we in Southington were to have the U.S. Navy Band Commodores Jazz Ensemble appear at Southington High School on Veterans Day. … more ...
Room service? Editor: It seems that Steven Hayes is worried about sinning by having to eat non-kosher food (see R-J, 11-14). I would guess the … more ...
CL&P replies Editor: The October 24th editorial “CL&P, nobody’s favorite utility, has done right by ospreys” applauded CL&P for its commitment to protect osprey and … more ...
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