MERIDEN — Families shopping this week for back-to-school items are spending less thanks to a state program that waives the sales tax. Connecticut’s annual tax-free … more ...
MERIDEN — The wait for the City Council to implement an anti-nepotism policy continues more than eight months after the council agreed to study the … more ...
MERIDEN — Though they’ve been blocked while work on the school progressed, student and teacher parking lots at the back of Maloney High School will … more ...
MERIDEN — A local developer’s plan asking for the city to abandon Foster Street in order to expand business possibilities in the area has been … more ...
MERIDEN — A large public auction sign on the front lawn of an independent appliance store is adversely impacting business, said the shop owner who … more ...
MERIDEN — A line of students and their families stretched around City Park Tuesday, winding from Bunker Avenue to Warren Street, and down Park Avenue, … more ...
MERIDEN — City officials are comfortable with an aggressive approach toward selling off vacant lots despite the properties being sold at low prices. The more … more ...
MERIDEN — The Board of Education will meet tonight. Items on the agenda include committee reports by the contracts committee and the finance committee, and … more ...
MERIDEN — As work on Gravel Street continues, town and state officials say they’ve taken steps to minimize traffic issues once school starts next week. … more ...
MERIDEN — The city will continue to pay for Corporation Counsel Michael Quinn’s appeal of a lawsuit challenging a judge’s decision that he is improperly … more ...
MERIDEN — State officials and area residents, including William Petit, voiced their opinions about the state’s next victim advocate at a public hearing Monday, calling … more ...

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MERIDEN — Three bands took the stage at the Reserve Friday on the final night of the club’s Battle of the Bands competition. Tommy Lourdes, … more ...
MERIDEN — The northbound lane of State Street, beginning at East Main Street, is expected to be closed for months so work can proceed at … more ...
MERIDEN — For some, it was a family member who introduced them to muscle cars. For others, it was the love of speed and a … more ...
MERIDEN — Not much has changed in the main lobby of the former Meriden Medical Center building on Cook Avenue since it closed 14 years … more ...
MERIDEN — Evidence of the Curtis family is apparent all over the city, including Curtis Street on the east side of the city. Curtis Street, … more ...
MIDDLETOWN — Atop the hill at Zoar’s Pond Recreation Area Saturday, Linda Wallace smiled as she looked out at dozens of teams playing volleyball on … more ...
Meriden rallies for restaurant   Published Aug 16, 2014
MERIDEN — The lack of restaurants in the city sparked a small crowd to head to the East Side Friday to show support for a … more ...
MERIDEN — Some look for ways to get into shape outside of a traditional gym, opting things like outdoor yoga in scenic locations like Chauncey … more ...
MERIDEN — Some members of the City Council are looking to repeal a resolution that would require Corporation Counsel Michael Quinn to pay for his … more ...
MERIDEN — The Quinnipiac River Watershed Association Thursday held the first of what is expected to become an annual pizza party fundraiser. All money raised … more ...
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