You are reading an editorial. It’s the opinion of this newspaper, written by the editor. And as it does every week, it runs under the overall heading – in big letters – of “editorial.” On this page most weeks – that is, whenever we have them – letters to the editor, written by our readers,
Last Sunday was the 15th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, a day when nearly 3,000 persons lost their lives in senseless acts of terrorism. The generation that remembers what they were doing when they heard of the attack on Pearl Harbor is leaving us. Those of us who remember where we were when we heard
Next Tuesday, Sept. 13 is the State Primary Election, bringing with it the usual puzzlement over the requirement for partisan ballots. If you are registered Republican, you vote on the Republican ballot. If registered as a Democrat, you get the Democrats’ ballot.