All-American Thanksgiving history   Published Nov 26, 2014
Town Times wishes you, your family and community a Happy Thanksgiving. Enjoy these words of thanksgiving from notable figures in our nation’’s history. The First … more ...
G. Fox memories at Durham Library   Published Nov 26, 2014
On Monday, Dec. 1 at the Durham Public Library, Joe Waxman of the Connecticut Historical Society will host “From Hula Hoops to High Fashion: G. … more ...
Tax dollars come home   Published Nov 25, 2014
Webelos Weekend a transitional one   Published Nov 25, 2014
The weekend of Oct. 18, Boy Scouts Troop 33 hosted and took part in a campout at the King property, called Webelos Weekend, which prepared … more ...
Early this year I received a call from Williamsburg, Va. On the phone was Bruce Ward, a close friend going back to 1979. Some of … more ...
A state police sergeant will nominate three people who helped victims of a fiery crash to receive awards for life saving. Wallingford Town Councilor Christine … more ...
The lost art of conversation   Published Nov 20, 2014
On my recent trip to North Carolina to visit my son, I was struck by what a new world we’re living in now. In days … more ...
Homes for the Brave Bowl II   Published Nov 20, 2014
The Coginchaug football team will host the second annual “Homes for the Brave Bowl” on Thanksgiving morning, Nov. 27 at 10 a.m. at the Coginchaug … more ...
Devils honor, honored   Published Nov 20, 2014
Saturday proved to be a big day for Coginchaug football, as the team was able to honor two veterans and the Blue Devils were able … more ...
Solar farm left off Wetlands’ agenda   Published Nov 19, 2014
Durham residents interested in the proposed solar farm showed up at the Inland Wetlands and Water Courses Agency’s Nov. 17 meeting only to find that … more ...
Snow Views: Are you ready?   Published Nov 20, 2014
T’is the season to get ready...for the season ahead. Sliding down snow covered hills is about to become a reality. Are you ready? There are … more ...

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Honor Society welcome   Published Nov 19, 2014
Organizers of the first Talk of the Towns event were “pretty amazed” at the filled-to-the-brink turnout for their event Nov. 14 as Connie Brown of … more ...
Skating pond work moving forward   Published Nov 18, 2014
At the Nov. 17 meeting of Durham’s Inland Wetlands and Water Courses Agency, Public Works Foreman Kurt Bober reviewed the state of the skating pond … more ...
Student of the month   Published Nov 18, 2014
Letters to the Editor   Published Nov 17, 2014
Wrong site for solar farm To the editor: At the public hearing May 19, 2014 (as shown in the minutes) Greenskies, the developer, would be … more ...
A miracle cat   Published Nov 15, 2014
My cat, Shamus, makes me believe in miracles. He’s a silver tabby who stole my heart – and kept it – six years ago, when … more ...
BOE aims to improve efficiency   Published Nov 17, 2014
For the first year, Regional School District 13 is a member of the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education, a paid membership approved in the … more ...
New roof in Brewster’s future?   Published Nov 14, 2014
The Board of Education is planning to hold a vote in the spring about how to pay for a new roof at Brewster Elementary School. … more ...
Quite a cast of characters   Published Nov 14, 2014
Letters to the Editor   Published Nov 14, 2014
Smooth Election Day To the editor: Durham had 24 new voters register on Election Day. The new legislation that allowed unregistered residents to register and … more ...
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