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MERIDEN — A local man who started making and repairing guitars 24 years ago as a hobby is about to start a full-time job as a guitar technician. Edwin Rios has been working in a converted room in his home … more ...
MERIDEN — The City Council could vote to settle three police-related claims made against the city at its meeting tonight. If accepted, the negotiated settlements would total $85,000. Two of the claims resulted in federal lawsuits and allege excessive force … more ...
MERIDEN — A “soft opening” of the Daffodil Festival carnival rides this weekend drew families looking to take advantage of the spring weather and short wait times Sunday. A mini-carnival with food vendors, games, and rides — including a “kiddie … more ...
MERIDEN — Four people were taken to the hospital Friday afternoon as the result of a Lewis Avenue collision between a sports utility vehicle and a sedan at the intersection with entrances to MidState Medical Center and the mall. Assistant … more ...
MERIDEN — A local woman displaced by an apartment this week says she’s upset over the loss of charitable goods she had been collecting for needy families and children. Ernestine Holloway was getting ready for her day on Tuesday when … more ...
MERIDEN — Assisted Living Technologies celebrated the opening of a technology showroom Thursday, highlighting the issue of enabling elderly and disabled people to live independently throughout their lives. The showroom on Broad Street includes technology from various companies to aid … more ...
MERIDEN — Cheers erupted from the crowd as the Harding Trout Farm truck pulled up to the Quinnipiac Gorge Trail on Thursday evening for the annual Quinnipiac River Watershed Association fish stocking. Peter Picone, upper river fish stocking coordinator, along … more ...
MERIDEN — This will not be Amy Lynn Hamlin’s first time at the Daffodil Festival. But it will be her first time performing for the crowd of thousands. Hamlin, a Silver City native now living in New York City, will … more ...

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MERIDEN — The city has been awarded $200,000 from the Department of Economic and Community Development to assess three contaminated sites in preparation for environmental cleanup and demolition of the Mills Memorial Apartments. The state grant will allow the city … more ...
MERIDEN — A late season snow covered the daffodils at Hubbard Park Wednesday morning, but preparations for the city’s signature festival continued as usual. Parks and Recreation Director Mark Zebora said the flowers were hanging low Wednesday morning, but he … more ...
MIDDLETOWN (AP) — Connecticut State Police began field testing a new dispatch system Wednesday that restores some functions to local barracks, partially undoing the consolidation efforts that began two years ago. New state police Commissioner Dora B. Schriro said the … more ...
MERIDEN — The Board of Education will hold a special meeting tonight. The only item on the agenda is approving a field trip for the GUS Robotics trip. The meeting is scheduled for 5 p.m. in the Board of Education … more ...
MERIDEN — Five residents spoke at a public hearing Wednesday on the city’s proposed budget, covering topics such as the privatization of the Meals on Wheels program, the snow removal budget and salaries for teachers and department heads. Roughly 20 … 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 ...
MERIDEN — A car accident on Interstate 91 N by exit 21 in Cromwell is causing delays locally. The Department of Transportation is reporting the northbound side of I-91 is backed up from exit 22 to exit 17 in Meriden. … more ...
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