Missing Collins' columns
We've missed David Collins's columns recently, especially his incisive, sharp, provocative investigative articles on state and local politics. Like him or not, he is doing his job with the pointed end of a stick that is required to stir things up. Actually, his thought-provoking editorials are practically the only reason we read The Day.
Editor's note: David enjoyed a well-deserved respite. We're happy to report his column has returned.
Stories that may interest you
Regarding the Mystic Oral School proposed project, the Groton Town Council, I am sure, are wonderful and fine people and they work hard every day (mostly unnoticed) for the benefit of our town, which is why I am so perplexed about their plan that will pretty much destroy a quiet, lovely...
The devil is in the detail! The development agreement between Town of Groton and Respler Homes allows Respler on or before closing on Mystic Oral School property to “create a single purpose entity to act as the Exclusive Developer of the Project so long as Respler Homes, LLC retains...
The Day’s extensive coverage of the May 3 City of Groton mayoral election admirably contributed to relatively high voter turnout, resulting in the election of a write-in candidate, though an incumbent. The election, a model of democracy, demonstrated that the public interest is...
I want to call attention to some local residents helping to keep us healthy. The Medical Reserve Corps with the Ledge Light Health District have volunteered hundreds (if not thousands) of hours over the past year with local food drives, meal preparation, contact tracing, flu vaccine clinics, and...