We should be shocked that a president, in the year 2019, would stoop to such a racist approach to his political opponents, but we are beyond shock when it comes to this president.
For generations, copper beech trees were the ultimate survivors, defying hurricanes and nor'easters, but something is killing many of the signature beeches of southeastern Connecticut.
Voters may not be ready for a Republican or a Green as mayor, but they are surely ready for a good contest. And regardless of who wins, New London will be better for a real debate on the issues that the city faces.
State and local officials have said there is little they can do about the beavers and the dam. If their hands are tied, what is an individual homeowner supposed to do?
A benefit that can be earned in 14 years but is cut off at 16 seems like bureaucracy at the expense of people who serve their country as a career.
While fulfillment of the demand for equity is but one step in combating a long history of gender discrimination, in sports and beyond, it is a critical one.
Students want a mascot they can get behind, not one that stereotypes or excludes.
Loss of 168 lives was virtually one death for each of Connecticut's 169 towns. For such a small state, that loss was overwhelming and should not be forgotten.
Trump administration pleaded with Congress to appropriate billions of dollars to improve the appalling conditions to which migrants are subjected at the border but prosecutes volunteers who provide food and water.
Most municipalities have the capacity to follow Westerly’s lead in the United project by bringing together a group of high-energy, public-spirited residents with can-do attitudes.
Authorities and telecom companies should keep up the vigilance, but so should consumers. Block robocallers, and report them.
The type of guests who choose to stay in one of these properties instead of a traditional hotel generally want to get a more accurate taste of what it feels like to live in a community.