MERIDEN — After years of being the only city elementary school without a playground, Roger Sherman School now has one. “It’s been a long time … more ...
MERIDEN — A city woman appeared in Meriden Superior Court Monday on charges police say relate to instigating a standoff with police on Friday that … more ...
HARTFORD — A lawyer for Michael Quinn argued before the state Supreme Court Monday that Quinn should be allowed to keep his job as Meriden’s … more ...
MERIDEN — The East Main Street bridge over I-91 will be milled today. The work will start at 6:30 am. Two-way traffic will be maintained … more ...
MERIDEN — After 25 years of service, one city leader who spent most of his time trying to bring the community together is stepping down. … more ...
The live-where-you-work requirement   Published Sep 21, 2014
MERIDEN — For Mayor Manny Santos, there’s no downside to requiring all future city managers, department heads and non-union supervisors to become city residents. He … more ...
MERIDEN — Road work on the East Main Street bridge at Interstate 91 is set to begin today, Associate City Engineer Howard Weissberg said. Milling … more ...
HARTFORD — As part of his senior project, Dustin Pratt, along with two other classmates, will create a quadcopter that will fly by itself, a … more ...
MERIDEN — Judicial branch data on civil cases dating back to the mid-1990s shows a decline in case volume at Meriden Superior Court. The state … more ...
The choice facing small hospitals isn’t whether to remain independent or partner with a larger facility. It’s which network to join and what the merger … more ...
Residency rules more common in cities   Published Sep 21, 2014
Cities have been most supportive of residency requirements for department heads, while suburban towns usually only require town managers to live locally. Hartford, New Haven … more ...

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MERIDEN — A backyard argument about chili has morphed into a neighborhood chili cook-off that attracts city-wide attention and competitors from surrounding towns. The second … more ...
Foley visits Meriden, and Dem HQ   Published Sep 19, 2014
MERIDEN — While campaigning in the city Friday, Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley made the last stop you might expect. As Republican Mayor Manny Santos … more ...
Motorcycle crash kills Meriden woman   Published Sep 20, 2014
MERIDEN — A city resident died after her motorcycle veered off Cook Avenue while traveling southbound towards New Hanover Avenue just after 6:30 p.m. on … more ...
Court to hear charter dispute   Published Sep 20, 2014
MERIDEN — A legal dispute regarding the City Charter prompted by the appointment of Corporation Counsel Michael Quinn last year will be heard by the … more ...
UPDATE: Charges have been filed in the case, Meriden police confirmed Saturday morning. As of Friday night, formal charges hadn’t been filed. Regine Rivers, of … more ...
MERIDEN — A downtown State Street building will soon be demolished to make way for the parking lot of a new train station. Demolition of … more ...
MERIDEN — While city officials say a series of newly one-way streets are keeping students, teachers, and parents safer, parents say those changes have made … more ...
MERIDEN — A driver halted Amtrak train service Wednesday night after taking a wrong turn and getting stuck on the train tracks. The driver was … more ...
MERIDEN — Nearby residents and property owners are fighting a proposed diesel repair garage on Hanover Road. Don Cariati, president of the Meriden-based construction firm … more ...
MERIDEN — The city was awarded $180,000 from the state Thursday to further assess environmental conditions at the city-owned former Meriden-Wallingford Hospital building on Cook … more ...
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