Education costs too high for Falls Village
The mill rate in Falls Village is set to rise yet again, at a time when neighboring towns have lowered their rates or held them steady.
Having eliminated half of the best qualified Democratic vice presidential candidates by prematurely pledging to limit his choices to women, Joe Biden finds himself in something of a dilemma.
I have been watching the news about the murder of George Floyd and once again it is clear systemic racism is the rot of America. The ugliness of this underbelly is on full display for all America to witness. There aren’t any platitudes or feel-good adages that can make the fanatical bigotry called racism any less terrible.
As Connecticut has begun its cautious reopening, taking it in carefully planned phases, those who are still employed here (because way too many have lost their employment or had it greatly diminished) may find the guidelines extensive and all too detailed.
When I saw in the headlines that all 50 states are in the process of reopening their economies, I thought about that moment in my life, as a senior in college, when I decided that I no longer wanted to run rats in mazes.
I’m having a casual conversation with a friend who lives in Boston, who years ago, just like me, came to America from Beirut, Lebanon, where we were both born.
Most of the planet’s land mass was once covered with forest — now less than a third is.
How laughable that state legislators from both parties are starting to express annoyance with Governor Lamont — some about the pace of reopening commerce amid the virus epidemic, others about financial issues.