An Election Year Plea

Well another election season is upon us. But this editorial is not going to encourage you to vote.

Shame on Suffield

Suffield is celebrating its 350th year of founding. How would one ever know that? Where are the layers of architecture testifying to those centuries of decades?

October Commission Meetings

Please check the Town of Suffield website for actual time and location (virtual, Zoom, etc.) of the following commission and committee meetings

Uncomfortable Questions

On August 17, ABAR Suffield presented recommendations for making Suffield Public Schools an anti-biased and antiracist community to the Board of Education. The recommendations were based on feedback from SPS parents and students and antiracist pedagogy.

Food For Thought

“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” – L.M. Montgomery

Register to Vote

Seventeen-Year-Olds who will be turning 18 before November 3 may preregister to vote. They must be a U.S. citizen and a bona fide resident of Suffield.

Presidential Election

The November 3 Presidential Election will be held in the Suffield Middle School gymnasium, 350 Mountain Road, from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Due to COVID, voters are asked to wear face masks and to sanitize their hands as they enter the polls.

Vote by Mail, at the Polls or Drop Box

Due to COVID-19 all Connecticut registered voters have the choice of voting via absentee ballot or in person at the polling place on Election Day. Voters who were registered to vote in town as of August 26 were mailed absentee ballot applications.