When tragedies hit our communities, there are two ways of looking at things. We can sit back and think how terrible it is that this is happening, or we can use the experience as a learning moment and an opportunity to work towards change.
At the start of the New Year, State Senator Tony Hwang expressed his hopes for a New Year’s resolution at the Connecticut State Capitol in an op/ed in the Jan. 1 Connecticut Post.
What do you think of when you hear the letters “DMV”? Just the sound of those letters makes many people cringe, especially over the past five months.
In the spirit of the holiday, I would like to share my gratitude to more than 17,000 adult members of Girl Scouting.