Supporting local farmers and food producers by buying even limited quantities of local food has a definitively positive economic impact.
All sides should be looking for ways to better communicate.
Colleges and universities succeed when difficult, annoying, uncomfortable and even offensive ideas are permitted.
Thanks to a judge’s ruling last week, the stormy seas of mismanagement and negligent government oversight that nearly foundered the schooner Amistad finally have calmed, and the once-wayward ship now seems on course to fulfill a noble mission.
Some suggestions for the new mayors and first selectmen in New London, Stonington, North Stonington and Ledyard
Don't let Thanksgiving become a mere speed bump in the race to Christmas
Corporations say the corporate tax rate of 35 percent in the United States is excessive. In truth, very few corporations pay that rate.
New London is undertaking a major transition of its public schools. Success, however, depends on attracting and retaining good teachers.
Crises such as these are the moments when real leadership has a chance to emerge. So far, there’s been too little of it.
One has to wonder if Mr. Burke would have gotten the government’s attention at all if not for the reporting about his scheme.
If the U.S., France and other allies end up fighting alongside the Russians to take down Islamic State — in partnership again as in World War II — that would be gratifying and logical.
The near-death experience for the Citizens Election Program (CEP) should serve as a warning.