It's been nearly four months since in connection to a series of alleged thefts from the Harrison food pantry.
Since then all six of those charged have been fired, retired or resigned from their positions with the town and have appeared in court to answer the charges. One of those arrested, Sherryl Toplyn, pleaded guilty to petit larceny and will not serve any jail time. The others could enter into plea agreements as soon as this week.
Today's question asks readers if they have had enough of the food pantry story. It was a hot-button issue throughout the winter, but some of the uproar seams to have died down during the course of the spring.
Some are also concerned that continued publicity of the event reflects poorly on the town.
Where do you stand? Are you sick of hearing about the food pantry case, or are you still anxious to find out the fate of the accused thieves?
Let us know in the comments section below.