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WALLINGFORD — The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and the U.S. Forest Service are planning a controlled burn at Wharton Brook State Park this spring to conserve a protected pine tree species struggling to survive. The pitch pine, … more ...
Fire Weather Watch in effect tomorrow   Published Apr 23, 2014
The National Weather Service has issued a fire weather watch for tomorrow. The watch will be in effect from Thursday morning until Thursday evening. High winds and low relative humidity are forecast for the region. Winds will be from 15 … more ...
STORRS (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton will be headlining forums in Boston and at the University of Connecticut as she considers another run for president in 2016. The Democratic former secretary of state, U.S. senator and first lady is set … more ...
Council OKs Simpson Court parking plan   Published Apr 23, 2014
WALLINGFORD — The Town Council approved a resolution Tuesday allowing the mayor to apply for a $500,000 state grant that would be used to reconstruct the rear Simpson Court parking area. Councilors voted 7-1 to approve the resolution, with Craig … more ...
  Published Apr 22, 2014
Correction The non-profit Wallingford food pantry Master’s Manna served 1,300 Wallingford residents in 2013. That information was incorrect in a story on page C3 of Saturday’s Record-Journal. … more ...
WALLINGFORD—Personnel management is a product of the military, said Jim Hutt, who was recently named the town’s acting personnel director. Hutt, 54, spent 29 years in the U.S. Army and state National Guard after graduating college. He served as the … more ...
WALLINGFORD — The Town Council will meet tonight. Items on the agenda include a discussion and possible action about a tentative agreement with Local 323-16 regarding reopening the wage, and setting a public hearing for May 13 in connection with … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Police arrested a New York man Monday, accusing him of hundreds of credit card-related offenses. Police Lt. Rick Homestead said detectives had a warrant to arrest Luc Beaubrun, 26, of Brooklyn, N.Y. Beaubrun was charged with 27 counts … more ...

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Mentally, Kenneth Ireland didn’t age during his 21 years in prison. In 1989, he was convicted of the 1986 rape and murder of Barbara Pelkey in Wallingford. DNA evidence exonerated Ireland and he was released in 2009. Imprisoned at 18 … more ...
WALLINGFORD — No single person has given more money to the Wallingford Foundation — the charitable arm of the Rotary Club — than Fred Ulbrich, according to Mark Davis, the club’s president. Last fall, club members decided to honor Ulbrich’s … more ...
WALLINGFORD — An East Hampton man suffered minor injuries after his motorcycle crashed on Hall Avenue on Sunday afternoon, police said. Lt. Rick Homestead said the man, 26-year-old Christopher Malatesta, lost control of his motorcycle near the intersection of Hall … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Nancy Good can’t remember anything that happened to her between Feb. 10 and March 7. Sitting in a room at Gaylord Hospital Friday morning, Good said the last thing she remembers were paramedics coming into her Torrington home. … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Town Councilor Craig Fishbein is questioning why Master’s Manna is receiving funding through a different, more streamlined process than other organizations who seek town funding. Cheryl Trzcinski, executive director of Master’s Manna, submits data on clients served to … more ...
WALLINGFORD — The Police Department will hold a Drug Take Back Program on April 26 to give residents an opportunity to dispose of unused medication. The program will be held in the rear parking lot of the police station, 135 … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Charlotte Rose Zuppardi was born April 14 at 6:50 p.m., weighing 6 pounds and 15 ounces and was 20.25 inches long. Tony Zuppardi stood in the living room of his home Thursday, smiling as he looked down at … more ...
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