Durham Fair 2014 Photo Gallery   Published Sep 30, 2014
Visitors to the 95th annual Durham Fair enjoyed mostly good weather, and enormous quantities of food, exhibits, activities and performances. Here’s a photo gallery of … more ...
Many civic groups, like church and school groups, athletic booster clubs, fire departments, Exchange and Elk organizations, and town political parties, run booths at the … more ...
Politicians visit the Durham Fair   Published Sep 29, 2014
Taking advantage of the large crowds and generally positive atmosphere, multiple politicians visited the 95th annual Durham Fair. Both gubernatorial candidates, Governor Dannel Malloy and … more ...
The Mud Pit Belly Flop Contest drew a dozen men and women to the Redneck Arena at the Durham Fair to compete and many more … more ...
Ready for the crowds   Published Sep 24, 2014
The 95th annual Durham Fair opened Thursday, Sept. 25 and runs through Sunday, Sept. 28. Workers and volunteers on the grounds were working in advance … more ...
Dog lovers bringing comedy to the fair   Published Sep 23, 2014
Don’t miss Mutts Gone Nuts at this year’s fair, a comedy act featuring tricks performed by rescue dogs. “If I can be done with a … more ...
The Coginchaug Regional High School boys and girls cross country teams held their only home meet of the season, the Going to the Sun Invitational, … more ...
Pickett Lane construction on-going   Published Sep 12, 2014
The construction project that has kept Pickett Lane closed in Durham for the beginning of the school year will continue until at least the end … more ...
Board of Education chair Kerrie Flanagan, superintendent Kathryn Veronesi, and BOE members recognized six people and one dog with the Friends of Education award at … more ...
A day to remember and serve   Published Sep 11, 2014
(The following is a message from Joe Daniels, president and CEO of the National September 11 Memorial and Museum. Go to 911memorial.org to learn more … more ...
An unusual gathering took place in Durham on the evening of Sept. 7. Ticket buyers for the outdoor dinner party, called “An Evening in White,” … more ...

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New principal starts at CRHS   Published Sep 5, 2014
The first day of this school year also marked the first school year at Coginchaug Regional High School for new principal Brian Falcone. Falcone, who … more ...
Solar farm idea draws debate   Published Sep 2, 2014
Of the two topics, horse taxes and solar farms, on the agenda for an Aug. 25 public hearing in Durham, discussion of the latter proved … more ...
Tasty fundraiser   Published Sep 1, 2014
The United Churches of Durham held a food truck fundraiser Aug. 29 to raise money for the church’s building and grounds. Seven food trucks took … more ...
At a public hearing on Aug. 25 at the Durham Public Library, residents considered exempting horses from personal property taxes. Eliminating the horse tax, which … more ...
DURHAM — Three new buildings have been completed on the Durham Fairgrounds in time for the 95th annual Durham Fair, Sept. 25-28. The three barn-style … more ...
First day for District 13 schools   Published Aug 28, 2014
District 13 schools welcomed students for the first day of the 2014-2015 school year on Aug. 28. Students at John Lyman Elementary were greeted by … more ...
Response team members sworn in   Published Aug 26, 2014
Members of the Durham Animal Response Team were sworn in at the regular Board of Selectmen meeting on Aug. 25 as members of the Community … more ...
New buildings for Durham Fair   Published Aug 25, 2014
Three new buildings have been completed on the Durham Fairgrounds in time for the 95th annual Durham Fair, Sept. 25-28. The three barn-style buildings replace … more ...
The hazards of good stewardship   Published Aug 25, 2014
Recently, I was taking a walk up to Whitney Pond (easily accessible from Cream Pot Road in Durham, or from the “old Cream Pot Road” … more ...
Transfer station fees raised   Published Aug 22, 2014
The Durham-Middlefield Interlocal Agreement Advisory Board will raise the price of the transfer station stickers from $20 to $30. The increase has already gone into … more ...
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