Where are the good ones?
100 years ago — April 1923
Mr. Edward C. Williams had the misfortune to hurt his right wrist while cranking a car last Thursday. He went to the Sharon Hospital and had an X-ray taken of it, which showed that a small bone was fractured.
It’s that time of year when March Madness descends on all of us and when we begin to make big plans for what we’ll do outdoors as the landscape warms up and the days get longer. It’s also the time when college students begin to think about their summer plans, and start to consider an internship.
The American Gaming Association estimates that during March Madness this year, 68 million adults will wager $15.5 billion on the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament. In Connecticut in 2020 there were about 196,000 college students, the majority of whom were under Connecticut’s legal gambling age of 21 for sports betting.
Just about twenty years ago (March 20, 2003) the United States and its coalition partners invaded Iraq and began one of America’s worst wars in terms of furthering the goal of making the world a safer place. Since then, our natural tendency to forget, aided by the wish of some people who want us not to remember the reality of a war that lasted
Thanks to Wolcott Hall Nursing
I have recently spent several weeks at Wolcott Hall Nursing Center in Torrington taking part in a short term rehab program. I had never known about this facility which has been operating on Migeon Avenue for many years.
100 years ago — March 1923
Louis Goderis is remodeling the cottage he recently purchased next to Best Theater and will move his meat market business there later on.
Last Saturday Lakeville residents came to the town Grove to brainstorm ways to make the village a better place.
The initiative is part of a plan that was hatched last year by town planners to address ongoing concerns and arrive at some larger scale planning for the village.