The recent column by David Collins, “Malloy patronage is shameful,” (Jan. 21), was on target.
On Jan. 6 the Waterford Board of Selectman unanimously passed 12.9 million dollars of capital projects.
On these cold January days, I find it heartening to look forward to the summer and the return of the water taxi, which had a successful trial run in September 2014.
Town meetings are attended by special interest groups who demand that their pet projects be funded and enlist support from other groups.
The Marines and Corpsmen of the Thames River Detachment Marine Corps League wish to extend our appreciation to all those who donated money, toys, time and services for this year’s New London County Toys 4 Tots campaign.
We ask that employers help us say, thank you to these men and women and give them the peace and satisfaction that they have selflessly given to us time and time again.
Bio metric scans, many consider it to be the next major advancement in security technology.
It seems there are numerous issues with and opposition to the proposed Coast Guard Museum which must be addressed; the media needs to present and debate these for the public as well as for the players involved.
“Norwich veteran gets fresh start through fitness,” (Jan. 11), strikes me as one of the best local human interest articles I’ve ever read.
I still laugh when I see the picture, above, which I will savor for a long time, of our House leaders "embracing" (January 7, 2015).
We were living in San Jose, California when the Loma Prieta earthquake struck, (5:04 p.m., Oct. 17, 1989). The “World Series” game was about to start when it hit us.
I read the article, “Norwich pit bulls’ owner fights ruling to destroy dogs after 2013 attack,” (Jan. 2), about the pit bulls dogs, Skyler and Dolly, with much sadness.