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The addition of solar panels to municipal buildings and the former landfill in Southington is a great idea that hopefully continues to move forward. But … more ...
So there I was last week, hanging out with my brother in front of “The Tomb,” the forbidding stone fortress on High Street in New … more ...
Let’s say you want to go to Hartford. You want to go to Hartford and you’re in Meriden, so you get on the ramp to … more ...
It’s not unreasonable to expect the state education commissioner to have some teaching and administrative experience. That was one of takeaways from the tumultuous tenure … more ...
On his birthday, a man is visited by guards who tell him he is under arrest. They don’t tell him what the charges are, because … more ...
You’ve got to hand it to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy: He’s managed to put the Two Inevitables — death and taxes — together in a … more ...
Studying whether one ramshackle building could be renovated and retrofit to house a modern emergency dispatch center seems like a counterproductive way for Wallingford to … more ...
In 2009, with the economy in a no-good state, I was working on a story about how the no-good economy was affecting the collectibles business. … more ...
The building and grounds of Meriden’s Coe Mansion might make an interesting venue for arts and culture. After several years of trying to find a … more ...
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The ability of social media to quickly gather those of like-minded interests was on remarkable display locally this week. On Sunday, a story by the … more ...
July 6, 1944, was a hot Thursday in Hartford. The Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus had brought hundreds of workers in 79 rail … more ...
I made sarma today. Picking the grape leaves before July 4 ensures tenderness, although I’m not sure if that is really true. Not so much … more ...
Once July 4 has come around, “Those Lazy Hazy Crazy Days of Summer” are already well underway. But whoever wrote that song must not have … more ...
Current and future Meriden residents owe a debt of gratitude to Lucille E. Bilger. Without a successor to her family’s farm at the corner of … more ...
I’d never even heard of the term “microburst’ until this week. My guess is the situation was the same for many and that many, particularly … more ...
If you haven’t been to downtown Meriden lately you might not believe your eyes. A rocky riverbed now snakes through the Hub site waiting for … more ...
It used to drive me nuts, when I went digging through old photographs down in the cobwebbed crypts of this newspaper’s archives, that not all … more ...
With the NHL and NBA finals now concluded, many sports fans consider this a dry spell. But it’s a big time for golf, with the … more ...
He leaves work early, grabs a quick supper and is at the field to watch his grandsons in each Little League game they play. He’s … more ...
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