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 ...
It was with great sadness that I learned of the passing last weekend of Ray Kalinowski of Durham. He had recently returned home from California … more ...
Residents applaud herbicide moratorium   Published Aug 18, 2014
Some residents of Durham have expressed concern about the town’s use of herbicides, and there’s a growing number of people who would like to see … more ...
On Aug. 21, the charity After the Storm, which supports cancer patients and survivors, will hold its 6th annual Art Bra show and auction at … more ...
Geocaching 2: Poison ivy’s revenge   Published Aug 12, 2014
In the second part of this series reporter Charles Kreutzkamp visits towns served by Record-Journal Weeklies to search for Geocaches. SPOILER ALERT: specific details ahead. … more ...
Sprawling more than 147 and a half acres, Naples Farm in Durham has been in the family since 1923. One of its key features, a … more ...
The Middlefield Community Center and its surrounding grounds were transformed into battlefields, fantasy landscapes, design studios, and homes for mythological creatures as a group of … more ...
The Pour Tour stops in Durham   Published Aug 7, 2014
When Todd Ruggere stopped at Durham’s Time Out Taverne on Sunday, Aug. 3 for a beer he was not there to relax. The stop, and … more ...

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Middlefield receives $131,000 grant   Published Aug 7, 2014
At their regular meeting on Aug. 4, the Middlefield Board of Selectmen announced and formally accepted a STEAP grant in the amount of $131,000 for … more ...
Former Durham intern heads to D.C.   Published Aug 7, 2014
Working in government isn’t quite like what you see on TV, but there are kernels of truth in television, according to Don Rawling, a former … more ...
Hidden treasures abound   Published Aug 6, 2014
In the first of this series, reporter Charles Kreutzkamp visits hidden treasures in locations served by Record-Journal weekly newspapers. On August 1, I went on … more ...
Two Coginchaug Regional High School graduates and alums of District 13 stages are members of the production team bringing “Legally Blonde, Jr.” to Connecticut for … more ...
Families across the state are taking in children from the inner city for a couple of weeks to communities including Middlefield, Berlin, and Newtown as … more ...
The Emerald Ash Borer has made its way into Middlesex County, with sightings in Durham and Cromwell, according to Dr. Kirby Stafford, the Connecticut State … more ...
SOUTHINGTON – Later this month, Kim Beaudoin will be on a stage in Tuscon, Arizona dressed in a glitzy green bathing suit covered in rhinestones, … more ...
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 ...
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