Editorials

Winter brings birds close

The governor has proposed education policy changes linking half of a teacher’s evaluation to students’ standardized test scores

A wide gulf between where the local historical societies leave off and the community preservation fund picks up

As the storm approached, local, county, and state offices issued separate warnings

A more or less reasonable policy appears near

As many as 186 animal species could be imperiled in the state within 10 years

An incredibly irresponsible plan

With the returning economy a hulking structure is no longer in some distant subdivision; rather, it is going in right next door

“creatures of the town board.”

According to rosters posted on the town’s website, there are 47 men on the various appointed boards and 15 women