SOUTHINGTON ­— Bradley Memorial will not go the way of the abandoned Cook Avenue hospital building in Meriden, according to Hartford HealthCare leaders. Lucille Janatka, … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Anne Roth’s second-grade class quietly colored their worksheets Friday morning at Holy Trinity School, watched by an unusual teacher’s aide. Murphy, the classroom … more ...
Driver’s go-kart event aids charity   Published Sep 19, 2014
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WALLINGFORD — As he pulled into the pit lane of the indoor track at On Track Karting Thursday night, Joey Logano got up from his … more ...
WALLINGFORD — When Joe Gouveia purchased the town’s old library last year, he said he expected to be able to freely maintain and protect the … more ...
MERIDEN — Nearby residents and property owners are fighting a proposed diesel repair garage on Hanover Road. Don Cariati, president of the Meriden-based construction firm … more ...
MERIDEN — City officials are working to address the future maintenance, safety and oversight of the 14-acre Hub parcel being redeveloped as a downtown park. … more ...
WALLINGFORD — The town won’t be receiving a $500,000 grant from the state, which it was hoping to use to renovate the parking area behind … more ...
MERIDEN — A student at Platt High School is the first in the last 20 years to make a national choir, and will be traveling … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Parked on North Main Street in front of the Wallingford Public Library Tuesday was a small blue and white trailer attached to a … more ...
Scots divided over independence vote   Published Sep 17, 2014
The best thing to come out of England, according to Henry McCully, is a road to Scotland. But despite pride in his native country, the … more ...
MERIDEN — Citing the need for a cost analysis, road assessment and safety report, the City Council’s Parks and Recreation Committee has voted down a … more ...

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Park project begins in Wallingford   Published Sep 16, 2014
WALLINGFORD — Ground has been broken and excavators were removing topsoil Monday from what will be the new upper parking lot at Vietnam Veterans Memorial … more ...
MERIDEN — Members of the Finance Committee of the City Council unanimously approved plans Monday night for two more sets of solar panels in South … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — A study partially funded by the Bradley Barnes trust that could help determine the future of Bradley hospital is expected in December. Bradley … more ...
WALLINGFORD — While most students stampeded out of school as soon as the bell rang Friday, 30 seventh-graders at Moran Middle School stayed behind to … more ...
MERIDEN — Donning a bright pink wig, Lori Blanco did not blend into the crowd. She shared, however, one important accomplishment with hundreds of others … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — The Board of Park Commissioners is looking into designating parks in town as “tobacco free.” Commissioner Bryan Meccariello brought up the idea at … more ...
Farmers market lures kids with fun   Published Sep 14, 2014
MERIDEN — As people picked from a selection of corn, peppers, fresh bread, apples, tomatoes, and more at the farmers market Saturday morning, dozens of … more ...
WALLINGFORD — A building on North Plains Industrial Road owned by an Ivy League School was recently sold and will be the new home of … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — As part of his thesis to obtain his master’s degree, Ed Tuttle created illustrations for the infamous children’s song, “There was an Old … more ...
MERIDEN — Residents reported seeing “mysterious” low-flying helicopters at night this week, but Connecticut Light and Power officials said there is nothing to worry about. … more ...
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