Look, all the trolling and fake posting aside, I don't see why this is necessary. At the end of the day too many lives were lost and their poor families and loved ones have to live with that grief and loss everyday. To have this information and opening this can of worms again can only do more harm to them.
I don't know any involved, yet I feel extremely protective of them. The public does not need to know the details and open those wounds again. In my unpolitical opinion Larry Cafero is a jerk for pushing the issue. View Comment
It's ironic to me that I rarely see a post about the positive outcomes of having Moccia as our mayor. Yet he keeps getting re-elected.
Also, this is not some super duper secret back room conversation at the Pentagon. It don't know why Moccia has his knickers in a twist over what happened. Unless he said or did something that he is not proud of. *gasp*
The only outcome is that the Daily Voice lost their best reporter and their stories have gone downhill. There really is no good reporting on our area now. So I'll blame that on Moccia too ;) View Comment
I think it is important to remember that the guns used were not obtained legally and they were weapons that were grandfathered in. Instead of protesting gun shows, why don't we stop grandfathering semiautomatic weapons designed to kill as many people in as little time as possible? To me that's the issue, not gun shows.
Personally I don't "get" gun shows just like I don't "get" boat shows, but to each their own. lol View Comment
Please tell me there is more to this story. Because it was cold (hence the clothing), and rainy (hence the umbrella), and the bearded hat's are popular these days, and to me it sounds clever to have an umbrella that you can carry on your back instead of in your hand.
What is the real reason he was charged with breach of peace? And what happened to the person that made the call resulting in a lockdown of the schools and another media storm? View Comment
Norwalk is a hot mess. From the Common Council to the Mayor's office to the Board of Ed. This town is self destructing and there is nothing we citizens can do but watch it all happen. Answers are hard to come by, and no one can seem to work together, and all the mayor does is huff and puff.
For shame! View Comment
I'm sorry, but this literally made me laugh out loud. There are plenty of unlicensed drivers (and bad drivers) on the road, do you allow your children in the car? There are shootings at schools, do you allow your children to go to school? There are dangerous toys with toxins, do you allow your children to play with toys? etc.
My takeaway from this story is that it is an isolated domestic situation. While tragic, I think we are all safe at this point. View Comment
For Cablevision, save yourself the waste of a phone call. They eventually tell you to go to http://www.optimum.net/credit to fill out the form for a credit. You will have to log in under the main account holder.
Took me five minutes on the phone and three menus to get that information. Took one second to fill out the form online. View Comment
I don't have power. I won't get power until Sunday or Monday the earliest. They haven't even removed the tree that took down the power line on our road. But not having power is NOT the end of the world. It is not ideal, but you can live. It's an inconvenience, but you can cope.
My point is, be thankful for what you have and be patient. Your power will come back at some point. View Comment
Those of you criticizing, I suggest you take a drive around the entire town of Norwalk. That's right, entire. It is a large area and there are some streets where downed trees took out an entire blocks worth of telephone poles, transformers and all.
Be patient and be thankful that all you have to worry about is when you are getting power back. Some people have lost their homes or even lives. A little perspective never hurt anyone. View Comment