We're wending our way toward Election Day, which means many of our readers may be inspired to pen a note of support for a candidate. Maybe a story on Middletown Patch has prompted you to write a response or an issue really catches your eye.
Or you want to praise or criticize something about Middletown, Connecticut, or living in general.
We would love to welcome you to our local voices platform. You can write once, once a week, every month or as much or as little as you choose. The important thing is to make your voice heard.
Even if it's to wax rhapsodic about steak and cheese grinders like Tom Kabara (Middletown Has No Patience for Lackluster Steak & Cheese) or Karen Rettich, whose childhood home sale recalls good feelings (Sale of Childhood Home Provokes Nostalgia — and Understanding) or our WesStuffed columnists, who love to eat local (Ford News Diner: Darn Good Breakfast) by Wesleyan University students Ari Rudess and Alex Irace.
Check out the fabulous new bloggers we have on Middletown Patch here.
These are a selection of recent posts you may be interested in.
- Plastic Bags Never Go Away
- United Way's Cool New Campaign Video: Do Something Big!
- Finding Happiness in Messiness of Life
- Verities of Middletown: Art ... What is it?
- NoRA Cupcake Company Hits Sweet Spot