MERIDEN — The long-awaited C-Town supermarket will open its doors for business next week on Colony Street. Plans for a C-Town were proposed several years … more ...
MERIDEN – Before she could even reach the counter Tanya Arnold was already working the cash register at John’s Deli. At just 9 years old, … more ...
MERIDEN — An 18-month vision to buy a new karate school headquarters came to fruition this week when Efrain and Rachel Valentin bought a building … more ...
MERIDEN — More than 800 tons of highly contaminated soil excavated during the Hub redevelopment project has been shipped to Canada. Project planners had hoped … more ...
MERIDEN — The third year of the Children First Initiative’s “Discovery Camp,” is its biggest yet, with roughly 50 children participating completely free of charge, … more ...
MERIDEN — About 150 members of the Baitul Aman “House of Peace” mosque, 410 Main St., gathered to celebrate Eid-al-Fitr Tuesday, a joyous event commemorating … more ...
NEW BRITAIN — A Superior Court jury will begin deliberations today after hearing closing arguments in the case of Jonathan Gibbs, a Meriden man charged … more ...
MERIDEN — Mayor Manny Santos has appointed Miguel Cardona, performance and evaluation specialist for the school system, to a statewide task force charged with investigating … more ...
MERIDEN — Police are investigating a woman’s report that she was badly beaten after two men allegedly broke into her 12th-floor apartment at Harbor Towers, … more ...
MERIDEN — The road leading to Castle Craig will be open longer on weekends in August for people wanting to drive to East Peak. The … more ...

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MERIDEN — Visitor pulling up to Blake’s Aqua Den may question if they’re in the right place. A sign points down an alley, toward the … more ...
MERIDEN — A plan to place two cell towers on the city’s Johnson Avenue water tank will likely move forward, generating significant revenue over the … more ...
MERIDEN — The Water and Sewer Department is in the process of making infrastructure improvements downtown in advance of some of the larger projects expected … more ...
NEW BRITAIN — Jonathon Gibbs’ defense wrapped up its case Monday without hearing from the man the defense says actually pulled the trigger in the … more ...
MERIDEN — Police say the shooting on Botsford Street near Springdale Avenue Monday appears to be an isolated incident, though the case remains under investigation. … more ...
MERIDEN — Washington Middle School students and faculty can look forward to a new fitness center at the beginning of the school year, after the … more ...
After what’s been described as a “positive” and “productive” discussion last week on the state’s response to a growing migrant children population, some city leaders … more ...
MERIDEN — The Finance Committee will hold a public hearing about proposed cell phone towers. Items on the agenda include a hearing about the proposed … more ...
MERIDEN — Saturday will be like Christmas for the Meriden Soup Kitchen, having received a major donation from the John G. Martin Foundation to update … more ...
Wilcox grads learn to be laborers   Published Jul 27, 2014
POMFRET — Justin Dingle installed windows after graduating from Meriden’s Wilcox Technical High School in 2013. But Dingle wanted something more and approached a group … more ...
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