Love Blooms From A Carpool Ride

A carpool ride from Warehouse Point to Broad Brook to attend a CYO (Catholic Youth Organization) meeting was the beginning of a friendship for fourteen-year-olds Sandy Perham and Jim Mather. They dated through high school and married in 1963, and this special relationship has remained the same for these 58 years.

Two Ps

The P. and P. No doubt you hear more than enough about Politics and the Pandemic, but I would like to add a little more.

Bridge Street School Response

I’m writing in response to The First Selectman’s Update in the December 2020 – January 2021 edition, concerning the status of the Bridge Street School (BSS). To the thousands of children who had attended it throughout 80 years, there is a very meaningful lesson that was presented to students one generation after the next.

CBD Plant Opens

On November 14, when Governor Ned Lamont signed a significant new bill that had been approved by both houses of the state legislature in September, he brought his entourage to an old tobacco warehouse on South Grand Street for the ceremony. The bill, the first in the country, brings Connecticut state regulations concerning hemp growing and processing into compliance with federal law.

Food For Thought

“Never be limited by other people’s limited imaginations.” – Dr. Mae Jemison first African-American female astronaut