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Joe Pisani: Add spring break to my bucket list
Humorist Joe Pisani laments never taking a spring break and plots ways for more deserving groups to have some fun in the sun.
By Joe Pisani
Joe Pisani (opinion): Let’s live and let live
Joe Pisani: How to become old
Joe Pisani: A conspiracy theory about my pants
Joe Pisani: How Wham! reduced my stress
The week in thumbs up and down
Haskell: It’s time to make absentee voting easier
Tolls: ‘Time to fix the Connecticut economy’‘structure’
The writer of this letter is also the founder of the website, No Tolls CT.org, who gives an idea about the machines, and gas taxes.
By Patrick Sasser
Letter: Thanks to nurses on the front lines
To the Editor: May 6th is National Nurses Day. I invite the community to join with me in saluting the compassionate and committed nurses of Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Fairfield County who are working tirelessly on the front...
By Ken Edgar
Haskell: Smart public policy the only way to economic stability
The 26th District state senator says the state must up funds for unemployment insurance, increase aid to small businesses and strengthen the health insurance market.
Networks of senior support must be maintained
In a time of sickness, the most vulnerable are at heightened risk
By Marie Allen
Racial cancer gaps persist in CT
Recently, the American Cancer Society provided a briefing called Report of Cancer 2018. The article documented that over the past decade, the cancer incidence rate was stable for women and declined by approximately 2 percent annually for men,...
By James E. Rawlings
Domestic violence does not discriminate (op-ed)
The heartbreaking disappearance of New Canaan mother of five Jennifer Dulos is yet another reminder domestic violence represents the most frequent calls to our local law enforcement departments. Domestic violence doesn’t discriminate by...
By Kevin Shippy
Joe Markley: Noncompete clauses can help protect home care
I’m afraid that the recent article on noncompete contracts gave only one side of the story. Beginning with the headline — “Connecticut moves to help low-paid workers hurt by noncompete rules” — the article did little to suggest that...
By Joe Markley
Walter Shapiro: In his White House drama, Trump’s favorite word is ‘acting’
Henry Ford, famous for both revolutionizing the auto industry and his anti-Semitism, declared more than a century ago, “History is more or less bunk.” Donald Trump doesn’t even think history is that important. He remains a bit shaky about...
By Walter Shapiro
Judy Benson: Road flooding becoming the ‘new normal’
“We don’t have to be heroes, but we can’t be cowards.” In the middle of this rainy winter when coastal roads were flooding every other week in some towns, Sidney Gale’s soothsaying statement to a roomful of land use...
Economic driver steps on the gas
Fairfield County has long been recognized as an economic driver for Connecticut. This month, five municipalities in the county have proposed legislation to rev up that reputation. Fairfield, Greenwich, Norwalk, Stamford and...
Letters to the Editor
Letter to the editor: Democracy under attack
Letter to the Editor: Dan Woog is a Westport Unsung Hero as well
Letter to the editor
Letter to the editor: A tribute to Gordon Joseloff
Letters to the editor: Residents show support for Westport’s state...
Letters to the editor: Police Accountability Act is a bureaucratic mess,...
Letters to the editor: Steinberg — A champion for the environment; and...
Letter to the editor: Keep ‘Republican’ affiliation on yard signs
Letters to the editor: Taking responsibility for our actions; Support...
Letter to the editor: Town should think outside the box to protect...
Woog's World: Reflecting on the Jim Marpe Era
Woog’s World: Remarkable Theater a remarkable addition to Westport
Woog's World: Don't let your guard down
In Other Words: My “user friendly” life
Woog’s World: Thankful for the first dose
Woog’s World: Examining one of CT’s thorniest issues: housing
Woog’s World: Lessons learned in a year of COVID
In other Words: Drive-by shots
Woog’s World: A crazy COVID year
Woog’s World: Westport’s changing real estate climate