WALLINGFORD — Within the next year, about $600,000 worth of repair work is scheduled for the Dayton Pond dam to prevent erosion and the possibility … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Lightning struck a home during Sunday’s thunderstorms, causing minor damage and injuring none, a fire official said, and it’s not the first house … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Close to 300 people packed Zandri’s Stillwood Inn Sunday for the 18th annual Party for a Cure fundraisier. Through the years, proceeds from … more ...
Medical pot dispensary opening   Published Aug 31, 2014
BRISTOL — After six months of chemotherapy, Betsy Glassman is relieved she will be able to obtain medical marijuana to treat her cancer. Diagnosed with … more ...
WALLINGFORD — While some town councilors don’t believe police officers should be stationed in schools, others say having a regular police presence would provide safety … more ...
WASHINGTON — It’s a good bet the many pups he’s rescued are no more dogged than Mark Greenberg in his pursuit of a seat in … more ...
WALLINGFORD — School administrators used routine meetings before the start of classes last week to remind teachers about the school system’s technology policy. The policy … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Police say two Bridgeport residents face burglary charges after a woman caught one of them in her Harrison Road home Friday morning. Jenny … more ...
WALLINGFORD — An issue with rental assistance for Wallingford Housing Authority tenants was cleared up earlier this month, ensuring that tenants who received state rent … more ...
State Rep. Al Adinolfi, R-Cheshire, and Democratic challenger Kristin Selleck have been picking up endorsements in their race in the 103rd District, which also includes … more ...
WALLINGFORD — The children of Ralph Habersang knew when their father’s clothing reeked of smoke and his face was black with ash in the morning … more ...

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WALLINGFORD — The second phase of downtown tree removal and replacement is underway. On Tuesday, Public Works Director Henry McCully, the town’s tree warden, placed … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Standing in front of Cook Hill School Wednesday, Kristine Friend watched as the buses pulled up. The doors opened and one by one, … more ...
WALLINGFORD — There was a muted clap in the audience after the Wallingford Housing Authority unanimously approved a $1.64 million 2014-15 budget Wednesday night, nearly … more ...
WALLINGFORD — U.S. Senators Chris Murphy and Richard Blumenthal are among those asking the Postal Service to hold off on plans to consolidate sorting facilities … more ...
WALLINGFORD — A new partnership between the school system and Z-Medica will allow nurses to provide advanced first aid before an ambulance arrives. The school … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Due to a lack of funding, plans to enhance early childhood education will not begin this fall as some school officials had hoped, … more ...
Air Quality Alert in effect today   Published Aug 27, 2014
The National Weather Service has issued an air quality alert for today. The alert is in effect from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. The alert … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Earlier this month, a large tree fell from a wooded area and damaged a playscape in the backyard of Patty and David Kaplan’s … more ...
Does military equipment for police contribute to escalation and community mistrust, or are the weapons and armor cops are getting surplus from the Department of … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Plans for a second wine bar in the center of town is part of a continuing trend transforming the area into a destination … more ...
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