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Editorial: Objectivity or bias?

The word “objective” gets tossed around a lot, and it’s a word that responsible journalists take very seriously. The job of any news outlet...

Commentary: The driving force behind STEPS

We generally try to use this space to share prevention messages from the STEPS Coalition; however, I would like to take this time to...

Editorial: The Good Ole Boys

We are thankful to our readers for reaching out to us over the last few weeks, thanking us for sticking our necks out in...

Commentary: Education begins at Parent University

Southington Youth Services, the STEPS Coalition, Lisa, Inc. and the Southington Drug Task Force will partner to offer Parent University on Saturday, Sept. 21,...

Commentary: It’s not just convenient; it’s the law

It is no secret that the Southington Public Library needs to make some major upgrades in order to meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)...

Editorial: Perfection is a direction

There’s a saying that if we don’t learn from our mistakes, we are bound to repeat them. Last week, we reported the wrong date...

Commentary: The importance of rest

The other day, I saw a meme on Facebook that said, “I love how being an adult is just saying, ‘After this week, things...

Commentary: Good things come in small packages

The Southington Public Library has a higher circulation (items borrowed) per capita than Connecticut towns of similar size, and Southington is higher than the...

Commentary: A universe of stories at the library

Summer Reading is my favorite time of year at the Library. School has ended and there is a hum of excitement for all the...

Commentary: Dementia Friendly at the Southington Library

The Dementia Friendly initiative has been going strong in Southington for quite some time. Most of you are probably familiar with their mission to...

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