Car pulled from Black Pond   Published Oct 21, 2014
Firefighters from the Middlefield Volunteer Fire Company, including Jay Wickham and Rick Nelson (pictured), pulled an unoccupied four-door Chevy from Black Pond on Oct. 14. … more ...
Come talk trash at Perk on Main   Published Oct 20, 2014
Everyone is invited to talk about trash at a Tuesday, Oct. 21 program at Perk on Main in Durham. The discussion will start at 7 … more ...
Memorial School celebrates core values   Published Oct 17, 2014
Oct. 15, Memorial Middle School celebrated the district’s Core Ethical Values with an outdoor event punctuated by essay readings and cannon blasts. Each year, members … more ...
Found dog   Published Oct 17, 2014
A brindle and white American Bull Dog was found in Durham recently. For more information, if you recognize the dog or know how to contact … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Published Oct 17, 2014
Support for Taubes To the editor: Alex Taubes is young, energetic, smart, and eager to serve Durham as our State Representative in the 101st Assembly … more ...
Brayshaw in all-spin zone   Published Oct 17, 2014
At the Powder Ridge Music Festival, Middlefield First Selectman Jon Brayshaw was game to try hula-hooping with the guidance and encouragement of hoop instructor Gem … more ...
MERIDEN — In 2013, Democratic state Sen. Dante Bartolomeo voted for a bill in the legislature’s Committee on Children that would have allowed people listed … more ...
Devils Down the Huskies   Published Oct 16, 2014
The Coginchaug Blue Devils remained undefeated by taking down the Morgan Huskies Friday, Oct. 10, by a final count of 26 - 25. The gridiron … more ...
Devils Down the Huskies   Published Oct 16, 2014
The Coginchaug Blue Devils remained undefeated by taking down the Morgan Huskies Friday, Oct. 10, by a final count of 26 - 25. The gridiron … more ...
When the PGA Junior League holds its national championships Oct. 23-26, two young golfers from Middlefield will be among the competitors in Atlanta, Georgia. Dylan … more ...
Soccer club donates fence to Memorial   Published Oct 14, 2014
The Coginchaug Soccer Club will donate an $8,300 fencing project to Memorial Middle School in Middlefield. The fencing, designed to keep vehicles off the grounds, … more ...

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CHESHIRE — Continuing his push to end the early release of violent criminals, Republican Len Suzio stood Oct. 8 with Dr. William Petit and called … more ...
During recent Board of Education meetings, two Coginchaug Regional High School students, Jeremy Cannon and Naomi Rinaldo, have served in newly-created roles as student representatives … more ...
Well, the Durham Fair is over. That means, in our towns, that “real life” can begin again. It also means, of course, that we’ve just … more ...
Here’s what sharing looks like…   Published Oct 10, 2014
One of the relatively unknown good things that flows from the Durham Fair is the donation of unclaimed produce and baked goods to the St. … more ...
Commentary: Don’t skip vaccines   Published Oct 9, 2014
I am truly concerned regarding a recent letter published in the Opinion section, “Skip the Vaccine.” During this critical time of year, communities, especially young … more ...
On the weekend of Sept. 5-7, families from Troop 270 headed to Twin Mountain, N.H., to hike Mt. Washington. We have been preparing for the … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Published Oct 9, 2014
Skip the vaccine? To the editor: In response to the letter, “Skip the vaccine,” as both a parent and a health care professional, I would … more ...
Devils dominate   Published Oct 8, 2014
Despite the inclement weather, Coginchaug downed Lewis Mills this past Saturday, 46-0. Jake Ober scored three times behind a strong performance from the offensive line. … more ...
An action-packed week for Troop 33   Published Oct 7, 2014
The scouts of Troop 33 from Middlefield attended a week-long summer camp at JN Webster Scout Reservation in Ashford, for the first time after attending … more ...
The Durham Public Library is offering a series of classes on computer basics for those with little computer experience, from Oct. 14 to Nov. 4. … more ...
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