SOUTHINGTON — Among the delicate and disintegrating gravestones at the Merriman Cemetery on Marion Avenue are dozens of questions that members of the Southington Genealogical … more ...
MERIDEN — Photos of 19th Century Colony Street show a booming highway with tightly packed buildings and bustling storefronts. Instead of parking meters and pavement, … more ...
WALLINGFORD — A medical group plans to transform a large liquor store and adjoining tool shop into medical offices. The building at 701 N. Colony … more ...
Auto stores to merge, eatery out   Published Oct 29, 2014
MERIDEN — Carquest Auto Parts on East Main Street will merge with a new Advance Auto Parts store scheduled to open at the site of … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — A container filled with mud and slime from the pond at Camp Sloper sat in the center of a table surrounded by five … more ...
WALLINGFORD — When the town cut 38 trees lining Center Street right before an annual downtown festival, officials said it was done so the new … more ...
MERIDEN — A police captain responded to a Superior Court judge who publicly questioned police tactics, saying the remarks hurt efforts to investigate drug crimes. … more ...
Demolition of the former YMCA and Stone Insurance building at 88 State St. in Meriden began Monday to make room for a parking lot for … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — The town has received eight bids for engineering work for a proposed sports complex on West Street. Town Attorney Mark Sciota updated the … more ...
MERIDEN — Although it’s considered an artery of downtown Meriden, just a few years ago Colony Street was quiet. It lacked not only prospects, but … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — A dozen superheroes, princesses and sports stars danced the night away Sunday at the Titanium Theater. The flickering neon lights and booming music … more ...

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Housing authority looks for director   Published Oct 27, 2014
WALLINGFORD — The Wall­ing­ford Housing Authority is searching for an executive director to take over duties currently handled by the New Haven Housing Authority. In … more ...
MERIDEN — The Castle Craig Players put on an emotional tribute to founder Warren M. Stephan Sunday afternoon. Stephan, the founder of the theater group, … more ...
The science of political advertising   Published Oct 26, 2014
It’s hard to imagine that a TV ad featuring Elizabeth Esty sitting at the dinner table, or Mark Greenberg discussing barking dogs with his dad, … more ...
Vendors arrive in style for Truck Fest   Published Oct 26, 2014
MERIDEN — Dressed in 1970’s bell bottom pants, vest and bandana, Jared Cohen called passersby to his food truck, Spuds Your Way, offering loaded baked … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Despite other suggestions from their father, Ally and Paige Rosa were determined to go to the Halloween festival at the Southington Drive-In on … more ...
MERIDEN — Building a dog park in the city is still a few years away, but planning for the project continues. A roughly 12-person committee … more ...
MERIDEN — State technical high schools, including Wilcox Technical School, are doing more to bolster their manufacturing programs in light of a higher demand for … more ...
Parents frustrated by safety meeting   Published Oct 25, 2014
SOUTHINGTON — A group of Kennedy Middle School parents was hoping for a meeting of the minds during a hearing with the Board of Education … more ...
MERIDEN — As the school system gets closer to putting mobile devices in the hands of every student at the two high schools, school officials … more ...
WALLINGFORD — The Planning and Zoning Commission has approved plans for an addition to the East Wallingford Volunteer Fire Department which will include a meeting … more ...
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