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We are ending the month on a sad note. While it was somewhat expected, still the reality is harsh that schools are closed for the remainder of the school year. What a great disappointment this must … more
With the birth of our new website in 2016, I was asked a few times about the newspaper, more specifically, if we were “getting rid of the paper” or “Will we still have the … more
I spend a lot of time on the Internet, I binge-watch TV and have food delivered. Oh God I’m becoming a millennial. — HBO’s Bill Maher In watching HBO’s “Real Time With Bill Maher” … more
I’m sure you are aware that there are bizarre daily observances each month. Well here are some for April. April 18 is National Columnist Day and on this day we honor all newspaper columnists … more
If you’re hunkered down at home waiting for the virus to pass, what are you doing with your time? Maybe you’re reading a good book, rewiring the lamp that hasn’t worked for two years or … more
We’ve had a lot of information coming our way in recent weeks, so I’d like to highlight a few key updates and resources that most constituents will find useful. Face masks: All are encouraged … more
On Saturday, March 14 — just over a month ago — I texted a friend and mentor of mine who had served on the 2014 Ebola Response Task Force, asking him how con-cerned our country should be about … more
The mission statement of the Advocate News, which hangs outside my office door every day, states — "The mission of the Wilton-Durant Advocate News is to provide information to its readers in an … more
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to be at the top of everyone’s mind. We’re all adjusting to a new normal. We are all talking, thinking and acting differently than we did just a month ago. We … more
For parents at home wondering how to keep their kids on track right now academically when they abruptly miss four weeks of school, I have a question: What would you do if your child brought home … more
Editor: I started my administrative career in Wilton as the assistant high school principal/activities director in the fall of 2001. Less than a month into that role, the terrorist attacks of … more
When I initially started writing this column for this week’s paper, I was going to address specific topics for the month of April. But, I really want to keep it light-hearted and uplifting during … more
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