Hard to believe, honeybunch, but the calendar toined on Sundee, and it’s March! March! And, it came in like the calmest lamb. As usual we are havin’ a few days of spring-like weather around the burg, but that usually portends a cold snap, the likes … [Read more...] about Dear Felicia
First responders are true heroes! I want to publicly acknowledge and thank the true heroes in West Haven--the West Shore Fire Department. They are the essence of the City of West Haven. My husband and I have been residents of West Haven … [Read more...] about Letters
By Rich Lowry Syndicated Columnist Bernie Sanders may be on the verge of gaining an insurmountable lead in the Democratic nomination fight, but he's not letting that get in the way of his socialist principles. Asked in a "60 … [Read more...] about What to do about Mr. Sanders?
Let's have the socialism talk One of the interesting back stories of this year’s Presidential race is the ascendance of Socialist Bernie Sanders as the putative front-runner in the Democratic Party’s race to the nomination. To say this has the … [Read more...] about Editorial
By Dan Shine Voice Columnist Gesner & Mar Shipyard This week we continue our discussion of New Haven Topography: A visitor to Savin Rock might wonder why a statue of a lone sailor stands at the edge of the Old Grove. … [Read more...] about Historian’s Corner
By Michael P. Walsh Special to the Voice The Department of Public Works is continuing its sidewalk repair and replacement program this spring. City sidewalk inspector Ernie Chiarelli recently announced that 372 addresses were … [Read more...] about City to begin sidewalk rehab in spring