Election season is upon us. So that we may publish as many statements and letters as possible, The Bulletin has some rules and guidelines for candidates, parties, and supporters for the Nov. 4 general election.
Some people go out of their way to be remembered after they’ve gone. In giving a bequest to a town or a school, they may insist a park or building be named for them.
The voter turnout numbers for last week’s GOP primary clearly show Connecticut’s choice of a primary date is seriously flawed. It is time to change it.
Little baby chicks were chirping away at Ambler Farm last week. The farm hosts an array of animals, form chickens to goats, whose pen is complete with an elevated playground set.