‘Cadillac is more than a statement. It’s a celebration of self-expression.
And a declaration of your independence.”
I’m not fond of quoting William Barr, but that is what the New York Times used to refer to as a “barnyard epithet.”
Baseball continues to be one of the most popular youth sports in North America. More than 3 million kids in the U.S. play the game and about 10 million children play worldwide. They are not alone. In 2022, approximately 20% of Americans between the ages of 18 and 64 also play baseball, according to Statista.
During his travels around the state distributing goodies in pursuit of re-election in November, Governor Lamont might perform a valuable service by pausing for a moment here and there to examine the performance of ordinary management in state government.
Zoning maps changing in Salisbury
100 years ago — September 1922
LIME ROCK — Charles Brasie is enjoying a week’s vacation from Boardman and Amundson’s store.
SALISBURY — Paul L. Bartram leaves today for Penn. State College where he will take a course in Forestry.
Having served The Lakeville Journal’s readership as reporter, executive editor and Compass and special sections editor (sometimes simultaneously) since 1999, Cynthia Hochswender will now be bidding the newspaper a fond farewell, leaving as Compass and special sections editor as of Oct. 7.
I have been struggling with the dilemma of writing about a subject, which although it is so close to my heart and my sensibilities as a human being, I have found that it is not a subject that is received with the utmost urgency it deserves.
I write to readers about a story of sympathy, generosity and big hearts: Dave and Christine MacMillan, past residents of the town of North East, departed New York four years ago bound for a new home and life in Florida.
Always be skeptical of politicians who claim to want open government and transparency. What they want is leverage and finger-pointing control in the very government they claim needs airing in public.