WALLINGFORD — School officials have said Lyman Hall High School football coach Robert Marone was terminated last month due to a single violation of Connecticut … more ...
A number of local legislators have signed a pledge to keep the state’s Freedom of Information law intact, but most of those same legislators voted … more ...
WALLINGFORD — The grills were on high Friday as new employees cranked out southern-style chicken sandwiches, biscuits and salads in anticipation of Thursday’s grand opening … more ...
MERIDEN — City police received a report of a car being spray painted on Mischief Night, but overall complaints were relatively minor. Sgt. Darrin McKay … more ...
WALLINGFORD — One-hundred church bells tolled shortly after 7 p.m. on Thursday evening in memory of those in the community lost to addiction. Over 300 … more ...
WALLINGORD — The First United Methodist Church of Wallingford will be hosting its third “Trunk or Treat” outreach event tonight. 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., at … more ...
WALLINGFORD — For more than an hour Thursday morning, Joe Visconti, petitioning candidate for governor, stood in front of dozens of students in the drama … more ...
WALLINGFORD — A medical group plans to transform a large liquor store and adjoining tool shop into medical offices. The building at 701 N. Colony … 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 ...
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 ...
WALLINGFORD — A Meriden men was arrested on a warrant for allegedly stealing more than $14,000 of metal from a pair of Wallingford businesses on … more ...

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WALLINGFORD — The Town Council got its first look at the proposed changes to a contract with Covanta trash-to-energy plant during a meeting Tuesday night … more ...
WALLINGFORD — When the town cut 38 trees lining Center Street right before an annual downtown festival, officials said it was done so the new … more ...
WALLINGFORD — A comedy show will be held at Zandri’s Stilwood Inn next week, benefiting local children looking to play sports. The 20th biannual Hysterical … more ...
WALLINGFORD — A Waterbury man faces felony charges after police said he forged more than $20,000 worth of checks from a local law firm. Edwin … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Residents were still assessing the property damage and scratching their heads Monday following a series of accidents involving other vehicles, a house on … more ...
WALLINGFORD — The town’s purchase of property next to Pat Wall Field for a parking lot was opposed by some neighbors, but town councilors said … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Negotiations between five municipalities and the Covanta trash-to-energy plant are being finalized and officials said they expect to have contracts approved by the … more ...
Housing authority looks for director   Published Oct 27, 2014
WALLINGFORD — The Wall­ing­ford Housing Authority is searching for an executive director to take over duties currently handled by the New Haven Housing Authority. In … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Filling up his 1966 Oldsmobile at the Wallingford Stop & Shop gas station Friday, resident Bob Ramadei was pleased with the declining prices … more ...
A plethora of fall-themed festivals will be held this weekend, including a food truck festival at Westfield Meriden Mall, a Halloween Festival at the Southington … more ...
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