Candidate Q&A: Vince Lambri Candidate for Burlington Board of Finance 

The Roundup has once again sent questionnaires to every local candidate running for public office in this year’s election. In an effort to properly inform voters, their answers are unedited. The goal is to give the candidates the opportunity to offer their thoughts on issues directly to their constitutes. In return, it gives voters the … Continue reading Candidate Q&A: Vince Lambri Candidate for Burlington Board of Finance 

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Enough: Stop Speeding

Speeding is well known in Burlington. From Rt.4 to Rt 69 and so many small short cut roads, speeders cause multiple accidents that endanger themselves and other drivers. The same applies for so many other towns across Connecticut. Last year Rt. 72 was labeled as a dangerous highway due to speeding. Many people however blame … Continue reading Enough: Stop Speeding

Candidate Q&A: Andrew Klimkoski Candidate For Burlington Board of Finance

The Roundup has once again sent questionnaires to every local candidate running for public office in this year’s election. In an effort to properly inform voters, their answers are unedited. The goal is to give the candidates the opportunity to offer their thoughts on issues directly to their constitutes. In return, it gives voters the … Continue reading Candidate Q&A: Andrew Klimkoski Candidate For Burlington Board of Finance

What is Your Favorite Restaurant?

Hey everyone, I'm doing a local media competition for restaurant idea pitches and could really use all of your guys' help. Essentially I want you guys to tell me about your favorite restaurants. What are your favorite dishes there? What makes them unique? What is the atmosphere like? Is there a theme? How expensive are … Continue reading What is Your Favorite Restaurant?

Candidate Q&A: Jeffrey Caggiano Candidate For Bristol Council District 1

The Roundup has once again sent questionnaires to every local candidate running for public office in this year’s election. In an effort to properly inform voters, their answers are unedited. The goal is to give the candidates the opportunity to offer their thoughts on issues directly to their constitutes. In return, it gives voters the … Continue reading Candidate Q&A: Jeffrey Caggiano Candidate For Bristol Council District 1

The Point: Why Trump’s ‘enemy of the people’ messaging matters

Chris Cillizza is a CNN Politics Reporter and Editor-at-Large, covering national politics including the White House, Congress and every district they represent. His reporting lives under the brand, "The Point with Chris Cillizza," and includes a nightly newsletter and weekday Amazon Echo and Google Home flash briefings.  The Point is his daily news feature. By now, it's … Continue reading The Point: Why Trump’s ‘enemy of the people’ messaging matters

Company Ranks Connecticut Among The Least Patriotic States — Total BS

Expressions of American patriotism come in many forms — from setting off fireworks during Fourth of July and buying American-made goods to paying taxes and serving in the armed forces. But some states are better than others at showing their national pride apparently. To determine where Americans bleed the most red, white and blue, WalletHub … Continue reading Company Ranks Connecticut Among The Least Patriotic States — Total BS

Bristol Joins Nationwide Pledge to Protect Net Neutrality

At the April 10th Council meeting, the City Council voted to support and sign the Net Neutrality Pledge. The action is in response to the FCC’s unpopular 2017 decision to strip internet users of Net Neutrality protections. In addition to this initiative by mayors, a congressional resolution of disapproval has gained hundreds of co-sponsors in … Continue reading Bristol Joins Nationwide Pledge to Protect Net Neutrality