What’s so great about Maine?   Published Nov 20, 2014
Up in Maine, they have a saying: “We have only two seasons, July and winter.” So noted Dewey Dow, a native of Mapleton, Maine who … more ...
Take the time to look around   Published Nov 23, 2014
Find the beauty in simple things Like a flower growing wild, Admire the splendor of a sunrise Or the smile of an innocent child Enjoy … more ...
Officials of Mulberry Gardens of Southington and Marian Heights Adult Day Center, and Jerome Home and Arbor Rose recently announced that these communities have been … more ...
Happy Birthday to Me   Published Nov 23, 2014
I never thought I’d be living this long Most of all my families and friends on mine are Gone, I’ve been blessed with good health … more ...
Beginning Saturday, Nov. 1, Meriden Public Library will be going to a new system for our museum passes. You will be able to “print-on-demand” passes … more ...
Literacy volunteers   Published Nov 23, 2014
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if you could not read these words? Or speak English well enough to communicate with your … more ...
Golf results   Published Nov 23, 2014
The annual intercity tournament between the women from Hunter’s Golf Club and Traditions took place on Saturday, Sept. 13, at the Wallingford course. Traditions ended … more ...
Shush-Up   Published Nov 23, 2014
Don’t bathe my ears with The tears of your consternation Don’t clutch my hands and hold Them to your heaving breast For have we not … more ...
I don’t know how I kept in touch with our extended family before I started text chatting on a daily basis. It’s literally become my … more ...
The Southington Red Dogs   Published Nov 23, 2014
The Southington Red Dogs baseball team captured the Central Connecticut Fall Baseball League 15u Blue Division Championship with a convincing 12 to zero win over … more ...
The human body is made up of about 37.2 trillion cells. And yet, for each one of these cells, our body harbors ten bacteria, enough … more ...

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Coat Drive   Published Nov 23, 2014
Old coats? Donate your old, clean wearable coats to the Meriden YMCA, 110 W. Main St., to benefit those who attend the Thanksgiving dinner. Donations … more ...
Tears   Published Nov 16, 2014
Lovers, under the dependency, trespassing, jumping the hurdles of a storied plot of a play of potent passionate performers. Love sick tolerators in an enamored … more ...
New firm   Published Nov 16, 2014
Attorney Lisa Mitchell and Attorney Shari Ann Madho are pleased to announce the opening a new firm, Law Offices of Mitchell & Madho, LLP in … more ...
Officials at Cheshire Bible Chapel confirmed its church will serve as one of some 4,000 sites nationwide collecting gift-filled shoeboxes for hurting children around the … more ...
National Merit Scholarship   Published Nov 16, 2014
Senior Krithika Chagari of Sheehan High School has been named a Commended Student in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program. This honor is in recognition … more ...
Therapeutic Horse Event   Published Nov 16, 2014
On Saturday, Oct. 18, Gaylord Specialty Healthcare had a Therapeutic Horse Event at its facility in Wallingford. Patients had the opportunity to come outside and … more ...
Cuno Foundation awards grants   Published Nov 16, 2014
The Distribution Committee awarded nine grants to Meriden non-profit organizations ranging from $2,000 to $43,000. The Boys and Girls Club of Meriden, an organization that … more ...
Meriden Public Library will be sponsoring the program “The Old State House: A Connecticut Treasure” presented by Old State House Executive Director Sally Whipple, on … more ...
We all love the holidays, but the aftermath can be horrifying. Join Gina Juliano on Monday, Nov. 17, at 6 p.m. in the Meriden Public … more ...
The Northern Connecticut Mustangs won the East Shore Travel League Fall 2014 Championship on Sunday, Oct. 26. From Plantsville are Christopher Magzag and the team’s … more ...
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