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 ...
Throwback: A place for a pet   Published Jul 31, 2014
This week five years ago, Stephanie Wilcox took a look at Groomin N Roomin Kennels on Route 66. Come back next week for more Throwback … more ...
The Durham Fair has an amazing Farm Museum with a vast collection of antique farm equipment and collectibles that will transport you back in time. … more ...
Summer fun run results   Published Jul 31, 2014
The Durham Recreation department has held weekly fun runs each Tuesday at the Coginchaug track. Here are the results for Week 4: Age Group 1: … 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 ...
The Alzheimer’s Association Connecticut Chapter has a new Chairman of the Board of Directors, Al Gatti, who is also the Law Firm Administrator for CzepigaDalyPope. … more ...
Amy Bloom reading   Published Jul 29, 2014
Amy Bloom of Durham will be reading at well-known independent bookstore R.J. Julia’s in Madison Friday, Aug. 1 at 7 pm. Bloom is the best-selling … more ...
At its regular July 28 meeting, the Durham Board of Selectmen voted to hold a public hearing on Monday, Aug. 25 for two unrelated issues. … 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 ...
CHESHIRE — The future of high school football in Connecticut is taking shape. For the sake of player safety, it will likely mean slightly fewer … 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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Surf’s up!   Published Jul 24, 2014
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 ...
Throwback: Boomers and Iraq   Published Jul 24, 2014
This week a decade hence, Sue VanDerzee wrote about a heavy display put on by a local Quaker organization, and Betsy White Booz discusses parenting … more ...
Who doesn’t love a good game of baseball? While many of us know the ins and outs of Major League Baseball, few may be aware … more ...
Young performers impress   Published Jul 23, 2014
Retired teacher takes on DeLauro   Published Jul 22, 2014
Republican James E. Brown said he draws upon his coaching experience in running a campaign to unseat a 23-year well-financed incumbent, whose victory margins rarely … more ...
The town of Middlefield has upgraded its online presence. Since mid-June, a new website has served as a gateway between the town and the public. … more ...
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 ...
Romantic comedies have wooed audiences with their sugary sweet gestures for years. Quotable moments from You’ve Got Mail to When Harry Met Sally to Notting … more ...
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