Life has countless ways of reminding us what’s important, but it is mortality that forces us to act upon it. For many, our greatest fear is leaving with our song unfinished, the music still ringing in our ears. Each unexpected death reinforces this, and we lost a good one two weeks ago when Melvin Mason, editor of the Stratford Star, … read more
Each of the Republican candidates responded to the Advertiser’s question — Would you prefer a person of different moral character in the White House if all policies were equal? — when they were in New Canaan on Friday, Aug. 10, at a Meet & Greet hosted by Berkshire Hathaway New England Properties.
On Saturday, April 21, Nutmeg Trout Unlimited and Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo are holding the Pequonnock River Festival at Beardsley Park in celebration of World Fish Migration Day. The day starts with tree planting and wraps up with trout fishing in the Pequonnock River. Families are welcome and fly rods will be available to borrow for the casting clinic and … read more
Conflict brings out both the best and worst in us, and the current state budget battle is no exception. Most of us are already battle-weary from months of debate at the national level around the Affordable Care Act, debt ceiling and tax reform. However, the Republican budget currently in front of Gov. Malloy just spit on public school teachers. I’ve … read more