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Time for change Editor: I often ask myself, with so much of Connecticut suffering why do we keep returning the same failed party and the … more ...
Drugs no answer Editor: The problem with drugs seems to be getting worse, instead of better, as hard drugs are becoming more available and more … more ...
A stolen cat Editor: How sad that someone chose to steal the Meriden Animal Control’s 14-year-old black and white office cat. The cat, missing since … more ...
  Jul 29, 2015
A stolen cat Editor: How sad that someone chose to steal the Meriden Animal Control’s 14-year-old black and white office cat. The cat, missing since … more ...
Loyalty, respect Editor: Several states have appropriately beefed up security at military recruitment centers in the wake of the Chattanooga shooting tragedy. This Muslim-American would … more ...
Evil symbol Editor: In a recent letter to the editor, Richard Gee writes that he “is disappointed, but not surprised, at the South Carolina legislature’s … more ...
Not surprised Editor: I am disappointed, but not surprised, at the South Carolina legislature’s decision to strike the confederate flag at its state house (“Confederate … more ...
Laws disregarded Editor: What part of “illegal” do our Correction Commissioner, Scott Semple, Hartford Mayor, Pedro Segarra, New Haven Mayor Toni Harp and Governor Dannel … more ...
Vote them out? Editor: Brian Welskopp’s repeated and inaccurate attacks on Meriden’s City Manager and our elected, dedicated Democratic City Councilors (R-J letters, 6-15 and … more ...
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Proof enough? Editor: Superior court Judge Barry Pinkus denied the request for a restraining order for the mother of baby Moreno. He stated the couple … more ...
Legacy Editor: Chauncey Peak is a shining gem rising above, but existing within an urban landscape. The west and south facing cliffs both provide scenic … more ...
Illegal immigrants Editor: The border is not secure, illegal immigrants are still coming here in droves; a young, beautiful girl is shot by an “illegal … more ...
Serious concerns Editor: As the Hospice Director at Franciscan Home Care and Hospice Care, with over 50 employees serving towns from West Hartford and Bloomfield … more ...
Good examples Editor: I realize it is naive to think that police officers would try to set a good example for other motorists, but it … more ...
Getting worse Editor: This is in response to a letter by Barry Eichenauer, headlined “Giant mess” (R-J, 7-1). The voters’ fault? I don’t think so. … more ...
Negativity Editor: I write in response to Barry Eichenauer’s negative diatribe (R-J letters, 7-1). His comments are really off the mark. He mocks the downtown … more ...
Farmington Canal Editor: In 1835, the Farmington Canal opened from New Haven to North Hampton, Massachusetts, with much celebration along its entire length. With a … more ...
Resist pressure Editor: The legislature and the governor faced a difficult task in developing a state budget that meets the needs of Connecticut’s residents and … more ...
Dedicated manager Editor: I am a fourth-generation Meriden resident. I have seen many changes in our city over that time, good and bad, but I … more ...
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