The state of Connecticut has been financially decimated by more than a quarter-century of dominance by the state Democratic Party. They have hired a state workforce that has been overpaid, over-benefitted, and overstaffed for years. By doing so they have essentially Continue reading “Letter: Help End Connecticut One-Party Rule”→
The Connecticut’s Kid Governor (CTKG) Meet the Candidates Traveling Exhibit will be at the Easton Public Library from Wednesday, Aug. 19 to Wednesday, Sept. 2 in the community room. The Meet the Candidates Traveling Exhibit showcases final candidates and nominees for CTKG.
Fairfield Police Chief Christopher Lyddy reports that the Fairfield Police Department has charged a man in connection with a fatal hit-and-run crash involving a pedestrian over the weekend, according to a press release.
The absentee ballot law should be changed so that people who fear COVID-19 can vote by absentee ballot during next November’s presidential election. Voters should not have to choose between their health and their freedom to vote.
In the midst of reopening procedures in Connecticut and the U.S., I would like you all to take the time to think about how our perspective of global health has changed, and how it should continue to change.
As Chief State’s Attorney for Connecticut, I would generally refrain from commenting on the actions of police officers or prosecutors in other states. However, the sheer tragedy that occurred in Minneapolis, resulting in the killing of George Floyd, calls for a response.
The Easton Courier needs YOU to become a community writer. The new online Easton Courier (EastonCourier.news) launched during a friendly social gathering at the Easton Community Center. Today, May 29, marks our three-month anniversary.
Governor Ned Lamont was absolutely right in rejecting last Friday’s request to use his emergency powers to allow the tribal owners of Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun to offer online gambling while they are closed because of the coronavirus pandemic.