MERIDEN — Representatives from Protein Sciences on Thursday urged the public to get flu protection now to avoid getting sick and to prevent flooding emergency … 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 ...
MERIDEN — A plaque honoring brothers Joseph and James Rosi, who both died serving in the military, was rededicated at Columbus Park Thursday. The bronze … more ...
MERIDEN — The city has started the process of hiring an engineering firm to design the third and fourth phases of the Linear Trail, which … more ...
MERIDEN - The Meriden Health Department will host a “Frozen”-themed flu shot clinic today. The clinic will be from 3 to 6 p.m., Thursday, Oct. … more ...
CHESHIRE — Standing in front of the Cheshire Correctional Institution Wednesday afternoon, two Republicans again called for the governor and state Department of Correction to … more ...
Shannon Ducas of Meriden lost her Internet service Friday and tried contacting Frontier Communications’ customer service department for several hours. After finally getting a representative, … more ...
Shooting suspect was hiding on roof   Published Oct 29, 2014
MERIDEN — Local officers coordinated with Waterbury police for the second time in just over a week to arrest someone considered dangerous. Police tracked down … 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 ...
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 ...
MERIDEN — A city man accused of shooting a woman on Center Street last month is being held on $1 million bond. Alton Youngs, 20, … more ...

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MERIDEN — Candidates for the 13th Senate District accused each other of being desperate Tuesday. The incumbent, Democratic state Sen. Dante Bartolomeo, said Republican challenger … more ...
MERIDEN — Road work throughout the city continued Tuesday, as crews worked to pave four bridges and crack-seal some smaller roads. Though most work is … 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 ...
MERIDEN — An operating agreement approved unanimously by the Meriden Housing Authority board Monday night will let the authority take control of a proposed development … more ...
Several local marching bands took home statewide honors this past weekend at the USBands New England States Championship in New Britain. Many of the bands … 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 ...
Meriden bridge to be paved Thursday   Published Oct 27, 2014
MERIDEN — The portion of East Main Street that stretches over Interstate 91 will be paved Thursday and could impact traffic, a city official said … 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 ...
MERIDEN — The building at 1-3 Colony St. was targeted earlier this year for redevelopment through Connecticut Main Street Center’s “Come Home to Downtown” program. … 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 ...
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