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Bunnies and books at library’s ‘Drop Everything and Read’ day

In addition to being a religious holiday, Easter is also associated in our imaginations with two critters – baby chicks and Easter bunnies, both of which rate a 10 on the cuteness scale...

Bunny Breakfast held at East Hartford High School

The East Hartford High School Student Council presented its annual “Bunny Breakfast” on Saturday, April 12...

Peter Rabbit visits Killingly

Peter Rabbit was the guest of the Killingly Parks and Recreation Department on April 12...

Hat show highlights Easter bonnets of bygone days

In the middle of the last century when it was said that “clothes make the man,” one could argue that hats made the woman...

Community Seder held in Danielson

The fourth annual Community Seder was held at the Temple Beth Israel in Danielson on April 6...

Griswold ushers in spring with Easter egg hunt

It took less than five minutes for a small army of toddlers to clear hundreds of plastic eggs from the Jewett City Little League field in the town’s April 12 Easter egg hunt...

Vernon kids find thousands of eggs at Henry Park

Lehmann appointed to Vernon Town Council

The Vernon Town Council swore in its newest member on April 15. Fred Lehmann, a 30-year resident of Vernon, will fill the Republican seat vacated by Adam Weissberger...

Help is available for domestic violence victims

Love and abuse seem to be contradictions, but it’s not all black and white for a person with an abusive intimate partner...

Imagine Main Street opens new season with ‘Sip and Paint’

It’s amazing how a little sip of wine and nibble of cheese can bring out the creative juices in people...

'Fly Tyers Roundtable' shares traditions and new tricks

Eleven-year-old Rachel Gomme proudly displayed the fly-fishing instruction book and colorful flies she won in a raffle at the April 9 Connecticut Fly Fisherman's Association's meeting in Ea...

Glastonbury heroes meet their dance partners

The stage was set for Glastonbury’s team of dancers taking part in the "Dancing with Our Heroes" event in September, as the local heroes were partnered with their professionals at t...

Glastonbury lacrosse team getting wins in 'family-style' fashion

The Glastonbury High School girls' lacrosse team is off to a 3-0 start as of April 16, but is still in something of a rebuilding year. “That was legit...

Glastonbury Little League to celebrate 50 years of being in the 'kid business'

Glastonbury Little League will throw out the first pitch at its 50th opening day ceremony on April 25 at Ross Field. There is much planned for the golden anniversary event...

Rockville Public Library hosts children's events for vacation week

Rockville Public Library's Children's Department provided a week chock full of activities while schools were on vacation...

Proposed plans for Bridge Street School continue to evoke mixed opinions

The April 14 Suffield Board of Finance meeting was almost moved to a new location because of the large number of residents who turned out to speak about the future of the Bridge Street School build...

Glastonbury's proposed mixed-use zone heads to public hearing

The Glastonbury Town Council took another look at new zoning regulations for a section of the town center that would provide for mixed usage in many properties that are currently zoned industrial...

Performing Arts NECT celebrates 40 years with 'Madame Butterfly'

Performing Arts of Northeast Connecticut is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. The organization has brought professional performing arts productions to the area since 1974...

East Hartford among the districts taking new Smarter Balanced test

East Hartford students are among thousands in the state being introduced to the new test that will replace the Connecticut Mastery Test and the Connecticut Academic Performance Test...

Workshop inspires young photographers

Six-year-old Nikhil had more than 1,000 photos stored in his digital camera, mostly of family and friends...

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