WALLINGFORD — With dozens of eyes on him, Cameron Clapp grabbed a water bottle with the hook at the end of his right prosthetic arm … more ...
After what’s been described as a “positive” and “productive” discussion last week on the state’s response to a growing migrant children population, some city leaders … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Last winter, staff at the Wallingford Public Library gathered for a brainstorming session to figure out “the next big thing” for the library, … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — A few hundred faithful gathered Sunday morning to celebrate a Catholic Mass downtown during the annual Italian-American festival, participating in what many described … more ...
Wilcox grads learn to be laborers   Published Jul 27, 2014
POMFRET — Justin Dingle installed windows after graduating from Meriden’s Wilcox Technical High School in 2013. But Dingle wanted something more and approached a group … more ...
MERIDEN — A downtown housing and commercial development received a financial boost Friday when the state Bond Commission voted to support a $6 million loan … more ...
Municipal officials expect changes in government spending as the over-55 population continues to grow and the number of people under 20 years old continues to … more ...
Area state parks saw a surge in attendance Saturday as people looked to take advantage of free parking and admission. As part of an ongoing … more ...
MERIDEN — Buildings in downtown Meriden have come and gone. On some sites, it has been more than once. But as downtown is in the … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Next month Kim Beaudoin will be on a stage in Tuscon, Arizona dressed in a glitzy green bathing suit covered in rhinestones, wearing … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — The finals of the Connecticut Icon singing competition will be held at Lake Compounce next month instead of during the annual Apple Harvest … more ...

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WALLINGFORD — Graffiti has been removed from a long-dormant, partially built hotel on Route 68, the first step as the new owner prepares to start … more ...
Southington church turns 100   Published Jul 24, 2014
SOUTHINGTON — Marilyn Folcik and her sister Arlene Strazzulla looked at a black and white photo pinned on a corkboard inside the Holy Trinity Polish … more ...
MERIDEN — As Thursday evening wore on at the YMCA’s Mountain Mist Day Camp campgrounds, piles of sleeping bags grew steadily, while the smell of … more ...
NEW BRITAIN – A Meriden man on trial for murder broke down on the witness stand when asked about his uncle during testimony Thursday. Jonathan … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — A hundred kids from YMCA Camp Sloper learned about healthy living and how to do the ‘Cha Cha Slide’ with the man who … more ...
HAMDEN — When you hear Norah Jones is stopping in Connecticut to play two shows with her all-female trio, Puss N Boots, you would think … more ...
MERIDEN — Mayor Manny Santos will participate in a planned conference call Friday with other Connecticut mayors about the rising national issue of Central American … more ...
WALLINGFORD —A newly built 10,000-square-foot office building on the corner of Beaumont Road and North Main Street Extension has yet to attract the ideal tenant, … more ...
MERIDEN — Monarch butterflies are hard to find during summer and are becoming more rare at a local butterfly and bee habitat, despite efforts to … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — The Italian-American festival this weekend includes a variety of food vendors, musicians from all over the Northeast and an Italian Mass and procession. … more ...
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