Each week in this job, I learn something new about what people care about and what people want to read. The last seven days was another example.
A big story happened Monday, to first-degree possession of child pornography. Carey, who was formerly the pastor at Waterford’s St. Paul in Chains Rectory, for allegedly possessing more than 330 files of child pornography within the rectory.
Along those same lines, on Thursday with the same crime, first-degree possession of child pornography. The man was found following an investigation by Waterford Police and the Navy Criminal Investigation Service.
Monday night, the Planning and Zoning Commission to install a stone processing facility at 28 Industrial Drive. Kobyluck has in court in the last six months against the town, and this rejection could mean a third.
On Wednesday, kids from Camp Dash, the Town of Waterford’s first summer camp, for the Waterford animal shelter. Patch also , and asked if it was going to be continued next year.
We had some youth sports coverage, including a and We had a hard-to-read story about a Connecticut person , two stories about that seem so American are being made in China and a quick write-up about a developer . And who can forgot the story about
Yet none of that content piqued people’s interest as much as a story we had on Tuesday in the next 12 months. I guess Public Works Director Ron Cusano said it best when he said not everybody might care about sports (or crime or new developments or Camp Dash), but everybody drives on the roads.