Strong showing for CRHS Cross Country   Published Sep 19, 2014
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 ...
Indian Springs celebrating 50 years   Published Sep 17, 2014
In 1964, Indian Springs Golf Course opened for business. The owner, Alan S. Parmelee, a lifelong resident of Middlefield, converted the property from his family’s … more ...
Fire destroys Middlefield home   Published Sep 19, 2014
A fire destroyed a family home of Dan and Cecily Quincy at 324 Jackson Hill Road on Wednesday, Sept. 17. Dan Quincy was outside at … more ...
Gridders cruise in opener   Published Sep 17, 2014
The Coginchaug football team stomped the Old Saybrook/Westbrook Rams on Saturday by the final score of 42 - 0. Coginchaug was led by senior captain … 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 ...
The first Board of Education meeting of the school year often has a larger crowd and more public comment than other BOE meetings before the … 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 ...
On the big stage   Published Sep 10, 2014
Blue Devils open season Saturday   Published Sep 9, 2014
Coginchaug opens their 2014 football season against Old Saybrook Saturday, Sept. 13th at 1 p.m. Come out and cheer on our Blue Devils as they … 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 ...
The committee to review and revise Middlefield’s town charter, the document that legally creates the town and details its government, took initial form at the … 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 ...
Thunder compete at Cooperstown   Published Sep 3, 2014
The CT Thunder, a team of players and coaches from Durham and Middlefield, recently traveled to Cooperstown, New York to play at the Cooperstown Dreams … more ...
Middlefield will celebrate its 150th birthday as a town in the summer of 2016 and it’s not too early to start planning, said First Selectman … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Published Sep 4, 2014
Honoring Ray’s legacy To the editor: Durham has certainly lost a wonderful town leader and a man who was an important part of this special … more ...
Caching out: Seven towns down   Published Sep 2, 2014
On Aug. 30 I completed my quest to snag a geocache in every one of the seven towns served by the Record-Journal weeklies – a … 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 ...
Bridge construction will close Route 17 starting Friday, Sept. 5 at 7 p.m. until a scheduled reopening at 3 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 8 between … 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 ...
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