I’m a bit of a hypocrite, or maybe more than a little, I’ll just admit that right off the bat. I do not send my children to my zoned elementary school.
Reader doesn’t believe sidewalks will make a difference in traffic/pedestrian safety.
This year, being a father for the first time, I kind of think I had it all wrong.
I am here to change my car’s registration title, but knowing how bad the wait would be, I brought along some reading materials (Hustler slipped into a Gideon Bible), dinner, a bedroll and a calendar.
How can we change the conversation and judge teachers and administrators on more than just getting kids to score well on standardized tests?
The majority of the letters are from people who do not agree with something we’ve written, and believe it or not, I think that is absolutely wonderful.
Have you noticed that our local evening TV news reports consist of shootings, car wreck and apartment fires, with an occasional teacher-molests-student story thrown in?
Justin Gordon in OF, thanks to first responders, AT&T lets the dog out. See what our readers have to say.
It’s logical, and largely accurate, to say that very few people who own homes in our market could complain about such tremendous growth in our largest investments. But it also is unfair to suggest that the boom of our market comes without victims.
It’s easy to get into the “which one is better for a neighborhood?” discussion, and I think the true answer is whatever fits best for the neighborhood.