MERIDEN — Four people were arrested and face charges after an investigation by local police and the federal Drug Enforcement Agency into alleged heroin-selling operation … 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 ...
MERIDEN — City police would not comment on remarks made by a Superior Court judge Wednesday who called a police report about a warrantless drug … more ...
MERIDEN — An 80-unit apartment complex will be rehabilitated with $8 million in state funding as part of an affordable housing spending plan by various … more ...
MERIDEN — Through dense forest growth at the end of Bailey Avenue is a half-mile oval track that nature has yet to fully reclaim. The … more ...
MERIDEN — Democratic incumbent Catherine Abercrombie and Republican challenger Pablo Soto are set for a rematch two years after Abercrombie defeated Soto by a decisive … more ...
MERIDEN — Meriden-Wallingford Chrysalis held its annual ceremony to honor domestic violence victims and survivors Tuesday night, and Executive Director Sharlene Kerelejza acknowledged that the … more ...
CORRECTION: Police provided the wrong photo for Bryan Rodriguez and it has since been taken down from the website. A police spokesman said Thursday there … more ...
MERIDEN — The Sunday night shooting at a Franklin Street apartment that injured a tenant in the apartment below was the result of an argument, … more ...
Meriden schools adapting to needs   Published Oct 21, 2014
MERIDEN — School officials say enrollment throughout the district remains steady, though crowding in bilingual classes remains a problem because there is a dearth of … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Hundreds of mourners attended funeral services Tuesday for the two children and young father from Meriden who died Oct. 12 when a tractor-trailer … more ...

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MERIDEN — For many, a loved one’s cancer diagnosis changes everything. Daily activities suddenly shift to scheduling and getting to treatment appointments, and the primary … more ...
MERIDEN — A woman tried to rob the Stop and Shop gas station on Centennial Avenue Monday afternoon. Police say the woman approached a store … more ...
MERIDEN — A portion of State Street from Mill Street to East Main Street will be closed during the construction of a new train station, … more ...
MERIDEN — Dozens of food trucks will be at the Westfield Meriden Mall this weekend for the Fall Food Truck Fest, thanks, in large part, … more ...
MERIDEN — Funeral services for two children and a young father killed in an auto accident will be held today at 10 a.m. at New … more ...
MERIDEN — The City Council unanimously approved the purchase of a $215,000 used fire engine Monday night. The engine, built in 2008, will replace Engine … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Twenty marching bands from schools in Connecticut, New York and Massachusetts gathered at Fontana Field Saturday night for the “Music of the Knight” … more ...
MERIDEN — Residents and city officials are frustrated with delays in repaving several east-side highway overpasses, but are hopeful most of the work will be … more ...
WW II vet not done with mission   Published Oct 19, 2014
WALLINGFORD — Nineteen-year-old Jack O’Neill stood aboard the USS Nicholas, a Fletcher-class destroyer anchored in Tokyo Bay, and saluted as 87 allied representatives walked by … more ...
A $5.5 million, 4-year federal grant will help find good jobs for 567 long-term unemployed workers in high-tech fields, according to state workforce leaders. The … more ...
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