by Blythe Leigh Rood
It's the holiday season, and while families and friends will gather around the table to share traditional meals, I am preparing to dig in my heels.
You see, I don't like certain foods. I can have issues based on texture, color, smell, and/or
The Municipal Elections are over and, in a massive wave, apathetic citizens are combing through their Facebook Friends Lists and reconnecting with their outspoken “voting” friends. Once again, grandparents can enjoy photos of their grand-kids, old college friends can talk football, and cat photos can be shared.
Relinquishing all human decency with his #internetmuscles, Frank Lee Yousuk, settles down in front of his computer.
"I went to church this morning, my wife cooked me a wonderful Sunday dinner, and I am ready to DESTROY everyone I disagree with online," said Frank, before a
Hey Girl - I know you're scared of all the state budget cuts. I spend a lot of time pointing them out to you - all those big numbers too high for you to count. I like it when you're feeling anxious, then I can tell
Using Facebook, over-achieving Farmington residents triangulate the cause for Route 4 road closure and 90-minute school delay.
At 4:13 a.m. the Farmington Everbridge Emergency and Community Alert System sent the following notification:
"Farmington Ave(Rt.4) closed from West Avon Rd (Rt.167) and Brickyard Rd. This closure is due
Yes, it's that time of year and momentum is building town-wide as residents ready their rakes, mowers, and leafblowers for the annual "Department of Highway and Grounds Fall Leaf Collection". Pile-peepers can wind their way through town, judging residents on raking methods and, ultimately, pile techniques.
During the week of October 16-20, 2017, all Farmington residents who have trash collection by the Town’s contractor (Waste Material Trucking Company) are invited to leave their bulk items curbside the night before their regular collection day and will be picked up on your normal
We've seen it with Uber. Now the "Responsible Farmington" team is trying to put their "Bro Culture" in our local government by trying to undermine women in leadership roles.
During a recent interview in a West District study filled with leather-bound books, "Responsible Farmington" supporter and
"These babies are only part of round one," said West District mom, Chris Anthem. "Costco has them crazy cheap and I am going fill up my minivan while the kids are at school."
In advance of the contentious November election, the Town Council met for an Autumn Solstice Barbeque before the gloves come off during campaign season. Council Chairwoman Nancy Nickerson built a stunning campfire with a skill on par with Boy Scout Troop 170 and used the