To the Editor:
Too often, people skip their local elections, believing they are less important than national and state contests. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Read More
MONROE, CT — A week after some parents criticized a proposed policy meant to make transgender and gender non-conforming youth feel safe and protected from bullying in school, supporters submitted letters to be read aloud at Monday’s Board of Education meeting. Read More
The following is a letter from First Selectman Ken Kellogg:
As everyone will recall, Monroe’s budget process started prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.