Rehabilitation Editor: Like most people involved with college students, I am awed by their promise. The Center for Prison Education offers Wesleyan University classes — … more ...
Lost guns? Editor: I don’t know where to begin. Let’s try this: You lose your keys, you may lose a sock in the washer, but … more ...
Parking ban Editor: On Sat. January 24, at 6 a.m., a parking ban was imposed by the City of Meriden due to the then-upcoming snow … more ...
Beautiful photo Editor: I would like to thank the photographer whose photo graced the Record-Journal’s front page on Tuesday, 1-20. Pictures paint a thousand words … more ...
Abundant funds Editor: My brothers and I all graduated (1957, ‘59 and ‘60) from St. Stanislaus School in Meriden. This school, and others, do not … more ...
‘Dumped’ Editor: It’s a sad day for Meriden when someone like Laura Uhrig, who has quietly and inconspicuously done so much for the city, gets … more ...
Safe holidays Editor: I would like to thank the firefighters and police officers for their time and service dealing with all the mishaps we’ve had … more ...
Cuba considered Editor: The definition of insanity is repeating the same behavior over and over again expecting different results. That was the first thought that … more ...
Holiday giving Editor: Southington Community Services would like to thank all the individuals and groups who made our holiday programs such a huge success. Due … more ...

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Classroom E-devices Editor: I am proud of our schools and confident that our high schools are preparing students for college and career success. As the … more ...
Mayor needs to move on Editor: In 1972, President Nixon began normalizing diplomatic relations with the People’s Republic of China. In 1995, President Clinton announced … more ...
Cuba perspective Editor: Perhaps the editorial staff of the Record-Journal did not read Waiting for Snow in Havana, by Cuban exile Carlos Eire, because if … more ...
No to Santa Con Editor: Always take into consideration “the unintended consequences.” Full disclosure — we love Christmas, including it’s sometimes over-commercialization. Even in our … more ...
Narcan saves lives Editor: Would the Town of Wallingford be willing to release the numbers in this collection of information, “Connecticut accidental drug intoxication deaths,” … more ...
Cyber security Editor: Let’s think of every big tech company this way: data-miners of their customers that sell consumer information to the highest bidder. The … more ...
Holiday magic in Wallingford Editor: Holiday magic has been spread to hundreds of families throughout Wallingford. During the Christmas season, please take a moment to … 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 ...
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