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MERIDEN — In a major victory for members of the Republican and We the People parties, a Superior Court judge Thursday overturned four City Council appointments, as well as the Democrats’ pick for corporation counsel. Judge Jack W. Fischer ruled … more ...
MERIDEN — An exploded circuit breaker and high winds caused a small brush fire behind Nest Egg Auctions Thursday evening. Meriden firefighters were able to quickly put out the fire at the 30 Research Parkway building. Assistant Fire Chief Russ … more ...
MERIDEN — Daffodil Festival music coordinator Robert DeRosa likes to offer a wide variety of acts when selecting the festival’s music lineup. That’s where comedy rock group Coconuts comes in. Comedy hypnotist and Meriden native Dan LaRosa, who plays guitar … more ...
MERIDEN — After 18 years, it’s almost time for Chorale Connecticut to sing its swan song, with only two performances left before the choral group disbands. Chorale Connecticut, a non-profit singing organization based at First United Methodist Church on East … more ...
MERIDEN — The Conn­ecticut Judicial Branch is planning a $25 million juvenile courthouse on the state-owned Undercliff campus off Chamberlain Highway, the former site of a tuberculosis sanatorium. Plans for the juvenile court call for a 55,000 square-foot building where … more ...
MERIDEN — A regular meeting of the city’s Transit District will be held today at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall. Items on the agenda include the need to change intra-city bus terminals during construction, and the need to increase district … more ...
MERIDEN — Upon hearing her name called as Little Miss Daffodil, 5-year-old Alexandra Gaj seemed stunned. She likely was. Gaj’s great-aunt, Joann Tiezzi, with tears in her eyes, said that Alexandra was a little apprehensive about the whole affair Wednesday. … more ...
MERIDEN — Doreen Erasmus visited her doctor one day six years ago to check up on some vague symptoms. She was feeling stiff, and couldn’t coordinate her left hand or leg as smoothly as before. After a battery of neurological … more ...

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MERIDEN — A band composed of “a fledgling Buddhist, an Upper-East-Sider-Gone-Rogue, and the sensitive son of a sitcom legend,” will make its Daffodil Festival debut this weekend. Grand Cousin front man Henry Hall, 21, from Los Angeles, “the sensitive one” … more ...
MERIDEN — It’s not difficult in the weeks leading up to the 36th annual Daffodil Festival to find signs plastered with the festival’s signature statistic: “600,001 daffodils can’t be wrong,” but there are also plenty of other numbers that can … more ...
MERIDEN — Police arrested a city man Tuesday, accusing him of knowingly calling in a fake threat about a man with a gun at a local beauty school. Patrick Thomas-Byrd, 19, of 17 Elm St., was acharged with breach of … more ...
Santos to veto budget transfers   Published Apr 23, 2014
MERIDEN — Mayor Manny Santos intends to use his veto power after the City Council approved a series of budget transfers worth $1.86 million this week. Santos said he hopes to direct more money in the budget toward street and … more ...
Fire Weather Watch in effect tomorrow   Published Apr 23, 2014
The National Weather Service has issued a fire weather watch for tomorrow. The watch will be in effect from Thursday morning until Thursday evening. High winds and low relative humidity are forecast for the region. Winds will be from 15 … more ...
STORRS (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton will be headlining forums in Boston and at the University of Connecticut as she considers another run for president in 2016. The Democratic former secretary of state, U.S. senator and first lady is set … more ...
MERIDEN — The school system’s climate survey is getting national recognition for its aptitude in connecting at-risk students with the school resources they need to feel safe. The survey, taken anonymously twice yearly by students throughout the city, was designed … more ...
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