Opinion - Page 31

Don’t waste your vote

November 2, 2022
In Georgia, voting lines were so long in recent years that people were delivering water to those waiting — at least until the state made it illegal to help them. Georgia voters,

Isen throws support to Cataldo

October 27, 2022
I’m writing today in support of Concord’s own Simon Cataldo, the Democratic candidate for State Rep in the 14th Middlesex District. People say you learn a lot about candidates from the way

Where Have All The Small Homes Gone?

October 27, 2022
Many Concordians, both newer residents and those who have lived here for years, note the loss of smaller homes, particularly those built after World War II. These homes enabled skilled tradesmen and

A Robust Return

October 27, 2022
Townspeople are peeking out from under the pandemic blanket and seeing a changed landscape. Working, learning, shop- ping, socializing — heck, everyday life — looks and feels different than this time in

Affordable housing in ‘dire straits’

October 27, 2022
I was stunned and saddened to read that the Junction Village affordable assisted living project was left unsupported by the current Select Board, resulting in the decision of the Grantham Group to

Concord transplant is growing roots

October 27, 2022
I would like to thank you, your staff and fellow visionaries for the wonderful, first issue of “The Concord Bridge” I received yesterday. The photography and articles were very interesting and made