The destruction of the house at 322 Tuttle Road in Durham that began with a fire on Jan. 15, 2010 was completed more than four … more ...
Before returning to Washington, D.C. for his sophomore year at American University, Justin Etheridge of Durham is spending the summer as the Government Intern for … more ...
Olympian shares his story   Published Jul 25, 2014
Former Olympic bobsledder, Robert W. Huscher, visited his grandson’s classrooms and Boy Scout troop in the spring to talk about his experiences in the 1968 … more ...
For anyone who likes the outdoors, it’s hard to escape encountering a patch of poison ivy in the summer — and other seasons— in Connecticut. … more ...
In just three months, 20 people have raised more than $2,400 to help a family that is struggling in the wake of a diagnosis of … more ...
Young performers impress   Published Jul 23, 2014
Lake Beseck refill depends on rain   Published Jul 21, 2014
The repair of the Lake Beseck dam is projected to finish by Labor Day, but the return of the water that will make Lake Beseck … more ...
Natalie Cashman, of Wallingford, knows firsthand the importance of eating well. “I was overweight as a kid,” she said, “and by the time I got … more ...
Kids left in cars: Is problem growing?   Published Jul 17, 2014
A woman was arrested in North Haven July 10, accused of leaving her 7-year-old alone in a car. It was just three days after a … more ...
The Levi Coe Library is undergoing a number of improvements this year, including new carpet, paint, and a repaved parking lot. “They just painted new … more ...
Maple Avenue traffic causes concern   Published Jul 15, 2014
After receiving complaints that Durham First Selectman Laura Francis described as “numerous,” the town plans to ask the Connecticut Department of Transportation to examine the … more ...

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Two students representing Memorial Middle School achieved individual Highest Honors in the recent WordMasters Challenge – a national vocabulary competition involving nearly 150,000 students annually. … more ...
Charlie Brown’s coming to town   Published Jul 15, 2014
Officials encourage energy audits   Published Jul 13, 2014
There has been a push for home energy audits from town officials, businesses, and utility companies in recent months. The results, at least according to … more ...
Calling all winemakers ...   Published Jul 13, 2014
Amateur winemakers are encouraged to enter their red or white wines in the annual Southington Italian Festival’s homemade wine contest. The Italian Festival runs July … more ...
Local businesswomen talk shop   Published Jul 9, 2014
Town Times recently gave a “hats off” to local businesswomen, all of whom exemplify the entrepreneurial spirit our country is known for. We dug a … more ...
While the school vacation crowds and the summer reading desk staffed by young volunteers near the entrance may make it seem like all the Durham … more ...
Durham teen right on the mark   Published Jul 3, 2014
Tucker Fowler, a Durham teenager entering Coginchaug Regional High School in the fall, was recently recognized for his consistency and skill at marksmanship with the … more ...
The music of composers such as Bach, Tchaikovsky, Schumann, Chopin, and Debussy filled St. Andrew’s Church in Meriden as students of Susan Gregory of Durham … more ...
2014 is a banner year for ticks, according to Dr. Kirby Stafford from the Department of Entomology at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station. According to … more ...
John Lyman School student, Connor Willett spearheaded a local initiative to bring basketballs to his friends in Haiti. He’d been inspired by the Home Education … more ...
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