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MERIDEN — This will not be Amy Lynn Hamelin’s first time at the Daffodil Festival. But it will be her first time performing for the nearly 70,000 person crowd. Hamelin, a Silver City native now living in New York City, … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Come May 1, the Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce will call 50 N. Main St. its new home. The chamber’s offices are currently at 100 S. Turnpike Road — just down the street from the Oakdale Theatre. Quinnipiac Chamber … more ...
It helps to be prepared, with an AED   Published Apr 17, 2014
SOUTHINGTON — Since the mid-1970s, John Barrasso has trained thousands of people in the construction industry to perform CPR and to use an automated external defibrillator. It wasn’t until recently that he had to put his own training into action, … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — A local landscaping company is looking to change an area of Buckland Street from a residential zone to a business zone in order to expand and some neighbors aren’t thrilled. HQ Dumpsters and Recycling in Plantsville is looking … more ...
WALLINGFORD — As part of a three-year marketing plan, the Economic Development Commission is requesting $10,000 from the town to replace a billboard on Route 15 that was installed over a decade ago. “The purpose is awareness and to reinforce … more ...
MERIDEN — A late season snow covered the daffodils at Hubbard Park Wednesday morning, but preparations for the city’s signature festival continued as usual. Parks and Recreation Director Mark Zebora said the flowers were hanging low Wednesday morning, but he … more ...
ENFIELD, (AP) — A former East Windsor priest sexually assaulted a teenager who worked at his parishes, making the boy remove his clothes for his paychecks and causing him to seek hospital treatment for the abuse, authorities said. According to … more ...
BERLIN — A local woman faces a manslaughter charge after a fatal DUI accident four days before Christmas last year. Debra Bailey, 60, of 42 Huckleberry Lane, Kensington, was arrested by warrant and charged with second-degree manslaughter with a motor … more ...

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MIDDLETOWN (AP) — Connecticut State Police began field testing a new dispatch system Wednesday that restores some functions to local barracks, partially undoing the consolidation efforts that began two years ago. New state police Commissioner Dora B. Schriro said the … more ...
MERIDEN — The Board of Education will hold a special meeting tonight. The only item on the agenda is approving a field trip for the GUS Robotics trip. The meeting is scheduled for 5 p.m. in the Board of Education … more ...
MERIDEN — Five residents spoke at a public hearing Wednesday on the city’s proposed budget, covering topics such as the privatization of the Meals on Wheels program, the snow removal budget and salaries for teachers and department heads. Roughly 20 … more ...
WALLINGFORD — A local man was arrested Wednesday evening on narcotics possession charges. Police Lt. Rick Homestead said Adam Sage, 35, of 16 Mellor Rd. was apprehended by the department’s narcotics unit at about 5:30 p.m. and charged with two … more ...
WALLINGFORD—The Planning and Zoning Commission approved a zoning amendment Wednesday that allows advertising signs and banners on high school athletic fields. A public hearing was held prior to the commission voting 4-0 to approve the amendment. Rocco Matarazzo, a commission … more ...
Selleck to run in 103rd   Published Apr 16, 2014
CHESHIRE — Declaring that “it is time for Cheshire to be represented by someone who is working for something and not against anything,” Democrat Kristen Selleck kicked off her campaign this week against Republican incumbent state representative Al Adinolfi, R-Cheshire, … more ...
CHESHIRE — The Board of Education finance committee unanimously approved a $66 million budget this week that funds full-day kindergarten. The allocation, which was approved by the Town Council on April 8, is almost $900,00 less than the board sought. … more ...
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