Monday, May 27, 2024

Editorial

Stratford Crier Call to Action

As many of you know, our Town Council is set to vote on the municipal budget in the near future. This meeting could come as soon as next week....

Lawsuit Charges Loyalty to Republican Party Interests Supersedes Best Interests of Students

By Barbara HeimlichEditor On April 10th attorneys for Dr. Uyi Osunde filed suit in Federal Court in New Haven.  Dr. Osunde is suing: MICHAEL HENRICK, in...

Stratford School Budget – The Facts

What You Need to Know The conversation about our schools arises every year around the budget. We don’t hear much about the reading levels and...

Changing The Face of Local Politics in CT

By Emily Slatkow press@runforsomething.net Run for Something endorses Anthony Owusu Afriyie for Stratford Town Council, District 5.  Anthony Afriyie is proud to receive the endorsement of...

Shakespeare Theatre

Has There Been Accountability? By Barbara Heimlich Editor Stratford Crier Despite being bolstered by millions in state funding a year ago to redevelop the property, the town...

Broken Promises

The Soap Box By Timothy Bristol https://www.linkedin.com/in/tim-bristol/ It’s budget season again and the current budget proposal for Stratford in 2024 by Mayor Hoydick raises the mill rate...

Connecticut and Monorails:  A One Track Mind

“Talking Transportation” By Jim Cameron Jim Cameron is founder of the Commuter Action Group and advocates for Connecticut rail riders. His weekly column "Talking Transportation" is archived here.  You can contact...

Moving Stratford’s Election Process into the 21st Century

By: Barbara Heimlich Editor Stratford Crier Voting rights – Fair Elections –“The Big Lie” – Voter Repression – currently hot topics with friends, family, and others,...