WALLINGFORD — Standing in front of Cook Hill School Wednesday, Kristine Friend watched as the school buses pulled up next to her. The doors opened … more ...
CHESHIRE — Schools opened for a new year Tuesday, and for Chapman, Darcey, Highland and Norton, the day represented another first: the first day of … more ...
MERIDEN — Construction crews were in the final stages of work at Wilcox Technical High School Tuesday, preparing for students to return today. The students … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Earlier this month, a large tree fell from a wooded area and damaged a playscape in the backyard of Patty and David Kaplan’s … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Katelyn Miller had a huge smile on her face Monday afternoon as she held on tight to her new “My Little Pony” lunch … more ...
WALLINGFORD — The Board of Education voted unanimously Monday night to appoint Christopher Dailey as Sheehan High School’s new athletic director. Dailey, a Sheehan math … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Plans for a second wine bar in the center of town is part of a continuing trend transforming the area into a destination … more ...
MERIDEN — One agency upgraded the city’s bond rating while another reaffirmed a strong rating, with both in agreement on the city’s stable financial status. … more ...
Popularity of DARE program wanes   Published Aug 24, 2014
A growing number of cities, including Meriden, are choosing to eliminate the once popular Drug Abuse Resistance Program. Earlier this month, Meriden Police Jeffry Cossette … more ...
WALLINGFORD — While police aren’t the first responders to medical calls, the Coalition for a Better Wallingford is pushing for officers to be trained to … more ...
Dozens compete at Falcon Field’s BMX race track   Published Aug 23, 2014  w/ Photo Gallery 
MERIDEN — While dozens of riders took to Falcon Field’s BMX race track Saturday afternoon to compete against one another in the last race of … more ...

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SOUTHINGTON — Walking down the hallway into the lobby of the Comfort Suites Saturday afternoon, Emily Sargent couldn’t contain her excitement as she held up … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Incoming kindergartners stood on the blacktop next to the playground at Thalberg School Friday afternoon. Some were clinging tightly to parents, others were … more ...
MERIDEN — Frederic W. Semrau III used to joke with his wife that he would never trade occupations with her. While she worked a desk … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Fifty-seven members of Sheehan High School’s marching band lined up in the middle of the turf field Friday afternoon, holding buckets filled with … more ...
MIDDLETOWN — As Lynda Roberts gets ready to mount her horse, Ransom, a funny thing happens: She backs up to the horse, swinging her right … more ...
MERIDEN — City officials have completed interviews with private developers interested in revitalizing downtown properties. Six firms expressed interest in six city-owned sites in June: … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Town officials are looking for answers as to whether medical equipment at the Bradley Memorial campus of the Hospital of Central Connecticut, some … more ...
MERIDEN — A section of Hanover Road near Parkview Street was closed Thursday after a sport utility vehicle flipped while trying to pass a city … more ...
MERIDEN — For most, a school bus crash is cause for panic. For the Meriden Youth Community Emergency Response Team, known as CERT, it would … more ...
MERIDEN — The wait for the City Council to implement an anti-nepotism policy continues more than eight months after the council agreed to study the … more ...
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