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Internationally renowned pianist Andrew Armstrong is going to perform live via Zoom from Worcester, Connecticut, on Thursday, June 4, at 7 p.m., with select muscians. [Read More]
The following is from a Chicago Tribune editorial: Not many people would choose to ride out the coronavirus pandemic in a crowded... [Read More]
Illinois Republicans are rightly calling for the removal of Gov. J.B. Pritzker's graduated income tax referendum from the November ballot. That needs to... [Read More]
The last thing that we need are cuts to state services. The only way to avoid these cuts and maintain fiscal stability is to raise... [Read More]
After reading about the various protests over the lock-down of businesses and schools, it is my belief that Gov. Andrew Cuomo acted responsibly and correctly to... [Read More]
The only U.S. federal budget line capable of paying for a resuscitation of our private and public economy is the military budget, which is more... [Read More]
The following editorial appeared in Monday's Japan News-Yomiuri: - - - The government must prepare for changes in the space security... [Read More]
The following editorial appeared in Monday's Japan News-Yomiuri: - - - With the advancement of globalization, the number of Japanese nationals... [Read More]
The New Canaan Library's food drive held on May 21 was a success. The organization saw 300 cars donate almost 4 tons of food that... [Read More]
In spite of many reports to the contrary, the shared workplace isn't dead. In fact, it's something we'll need more than ever as this global... [Read More]
Kevin Moynihan does the honors for the town by giving it, and its update during the coronavirus pandemic, especially since the town canceled its parade. [Read More]
The town now also has 213 positive cases of the virus, days after its walking trails, tennis courts, track, and water tower turf fields re-opened. [Read More]
As a physician, I have been doing tele-health visits with our COVID-19 patients for the last several weeks in the city of Bridgeport. The list... [Read More]
To the Editor: I would like to propose that the public hearing for phase II of the Cedar Village apartments scheduled for... [Read More]
Listen carefully, and amid the partisan noise you can hear Washington having an important, substantive debate about economic policy: As the Cares Act approaches its... [Read More]
Stamford educational psychologist opines that consequences of pandemic call for more investment in schools. [Read More]
Two members of the Stamford Board of Representatives warn of perils of cutting too deeply into City of Stamford budget. [Read More]
Former Stamford Zoning Board member Barry Michelson decries proposals for South End Transportation District. [Read More]
To the Editor: Shelton's citizens drive too fast - not the first time you have heard, read that and it won't be... [Read More]
The following is from a Washington Post editorial: Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' long-planned overhaul of regulations governing how schools and colleges handle... [Read More]
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