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WALLINGFORD — Charlotte Rose Zuppardi was born April 14 at 6:50 p.m., weighing 6 pounds and 15 ounces and was 20.25 inches long. Tony Zuppardi stood in the living room of his home Thursday, smiling as he looked down at … more ...
WALLINGFORD — The Fire Department’s emergency transport system is second to none, according to Deputy Fire Chief Stephen Alsup, who spoke with pride while discussing the town’s self-sustaining enterprise ambulance service. The service is operated by the Fire Department but … more ...
MERIDEN — This will not be Amy Lynn Hamelin’s first time at the Daffodil Festival. But it will be her first time performing for the crowd of thousands. Hamelin, a Silver City native now living in New York City, will … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — The Hospital of Central Connecticut needs approval from the state to close the in-patient unit at the Bradley Memorial campus but hospital officials aren’t sure when paperwork will be filed. More study will be needed to determine what … more ...
It helps to be prepared, with an AED   Published Apr 17, 2014
SOUTHINGTON — Since the mid-1970s, John Barrasso has trained thousands of people in the construction industry to perform CPR and to use an automated external defibrillator. It wasn’t until recently that he had to put his own training into action, … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Diners enjoying a cup of coffee or breakfast at Colony Road Diner & Restaurant Wednesday morning were also treated to a surprise visit by U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro. The stop was part of DeLauro’s listening tour, where she … more ...
WALLINGFORD—The Planning and Zoning Commission approved a zoning amendment Wednesday that allows advertising signs and banners on high school athletic fields. A public hearing was held prior to the commission voting 4-0 to approve the amendment. Rocco Matarazzo, a commission … more ...
MERIDEN — With the possibility of one day finding the aging clock atop City Hall in the street, the City Council and city staff are weighing options of whether to renovate the tower or possibly remove it altogether. Since the … more ...

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SOUTHINGTON — Despite plans to close the in-patient unit, Hospital of Central Connecticut officials say emergency care services at Bradley Memorial will remain and be available at all hours. Plans to close the unit, predicated on approval from the state, … more ...
MERIDEN — For one local ex-firefighter and his friends, performing at the Daffodil Festival is nothing new but it’s still interesting every time. Carlos Gonzalez, nicknamed “Chico,” since eighth grade, said he’s been playing with friends Karl Savejs and Roy … more ...
MERIDEN — A 31-year-old city woman was quickly caught after trying to rob a downtown bank Tuesday morning, police said. Priscilla Jones, of 55 Willow St., was charged with criminal attempt to commit second-degree larceny, criminal attempt to commit third-degree … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Greg Myerson has been called the “Warren Buffet” of fishing by the New York Daily News and even a fish whisperer for the number and sheer size of the striped bass he has caught. He has won numerous … more ...
MERIDEN — Environ-mental cleanup work could begin this summer at the empty four-story former medical office building on Cook Avenue. The city is asking for public input after receiving a federal grant that will help with project. The city purchased … more ...
MERIDEN — U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty toured several city locations Monday, including Middlesex Community College, where she spoke about flood control plans and education. Esty held a question-and-answer session with the Midstate Chamber of Commerce at Middlesex Community College and … more ...
MERIDEN — The entrance to downtown Meriden from Interstate 691 is not one city officials like to brag about. The westbound exit takes motorists down a ramp, toward a rail yard, under a bridge, past factories and into an intersection … more ...
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