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Social media has become an invaluable way for campaigns to reach out to people who are not normally involved in the political process. The New London mayor’s race is no different. Michael Passero has his Passero for New London page and the...
After reading the letter, "Obama's tax breaks show his hypocrisy," (April 27), I realize quickly that the writer either (1) was distorting the truth purposely or (2) had never filed a tax return. The amount of distorted/false testimony about the...
Today ware in crisis more searching for way to position our State for the impending competition that we face in the coming months. We must act responsibly to stem the tide of patrons who will bypass Connecticut for the newly planned casinos in New...
The BOE is requesting a $64 million budget with a $2.5 million increase for New London taxpayers. The reasons given are a 1 percent increase in teacher’s pay, an 8 percent increase in health insurance costs, and the addition of 344 students...
AT&T currently has an application before the Connecticut Siting Council for the placement of a telecommunications (cell phone) tower on private land in a residential area on Ancient Highway in East Lyme. The Connecticut Siting Council holds...
Once again, The Day has printed a letter from a reader that shows not only the ignorance of the writer but also that of The Day's editorial staff by embellishing it with the derogatory headline proclaiming "Obama's tax breaks show his hypocrisy,"...
On April 21, I attended the Montville School Board meeting at our High School. Unfortunately, I came away with certain misgivings. Every item voted on was approved with little or no discussion as though it was a race to conclude the meeting as fast...
As both a resident and a registered Republican in the town of Stonington, I am impressed by the cooperative spirit demonstrated within the budget process this year. I urge voters to pass the budget May 12.
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