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Volunteers clean up the Colchester Town Green

Shortly after 8:30 a.m...

RHAM, Lyman scrimmage, prep for baseball season

Nearby rivals Lyman Memorial High School and RHAM met for a pre-season baseball scrimmage on April 5...

Community comes together for healing

An interfaith service held the evening of April 6 at Hebron’s Church of the Holy Family provided an example of what community is all about during times of crisis...

‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ has action, little heart

“Captain America: The Winter Soldier” may be the first sequel for the titular hero (played by Chris Evans), but the character benefits from having also appeared in “The Avengers,&

Lyman teacher's grievance denied

Liza Escott has taught English at Lyman Memorial High School for 12 years. Last year, she was named the first recipient of the Connecticut Education Association's Susan B...

Griswold town, school budgets discussed at public hearing

It took town residents just an hour to discuss the proposed 2014-15 combined town government and school budget April 1, and the consensus seemed to be that, while the increase was modest, for some...

Woodstock Academy sets tuition at $12,617 for 2014-2015

Woodstock Academy tuition has been set for the 2014-2015 year, according to Headmaster Christopher Sandford. Tuition for students from sending towns will be $12,617...

Griswold High School student council spearheads campus clean-up

A small army of volunteers from across the age spectrum descended on the Griswold public schools campus April 5, armed with rakes, clippers and garbage bags...

Thompson holds annual community art show

A reception for the 11th Annual Thompson Community Art Show was held on April 2. The show brought together a community of artists with ties to Thompson. The artists ranged in age from 6 to 93...

Killingly town and business leaders meet

The Killingly Town Council held a special meeting on April 2 to discuss strategies for revitalizing the downtown area...

iPhoneography master Cedric Blanchon visits Putnam

There was an international presence at the artists’ reception and opening of the “Selfie Exhibit” at The Empty Spaces Project/Gallery on Main Street on April 5...

Plainfield stages 'Guys and Dolls'

The Plainfield High School auditorium was busy with conversation and music on April 3...

Community Cultural Committee brings live theater to northeastern Connecticut

The Community Cultural Committee of Northeastern Connecticut brought the musical, “Laura Ingalls Wilder,” to Woodstock on April 4...

VFW Ladies Auxiliary hosts hair-cutting event to help veterans

Local stylists and cosmetologists helped VFW Post 5095 Ladies Auxiliary raise money for veterans on April 5 by giving hair cuts to men and women alike, in exchange for contributions to selected cha...

'Discover Colchester' hike explores Salmon River trails

About 50 people and a half dozen dogs enjoyed a 3-mile walk along the Salmon River from River Road in Marlborough toward Colchester’s Bull Hill Road on Sunday, April 6...

Conference offers resources for parents, educators, community

What do you do when a simple request sets off a knock-down, drag-out fight with a child?...

Rockville High School Cupcake War is sweet fun for a cause

Rockville High School's Cupcake War came to a close on April 3, and anyone who participated was a winner...

Vernon Town Council stamps $85 million budget

The Vernon Town Council unanimously approved a budget of $84,953,976 at its meeting on April 1, after making a few last-minute adjustments...

Glastonbury's young baseball team ready to start strong

Coach Eric Frank is careful to not call this season a rebuilding year. The Glastonbury Tomahawks baseball team lost 10 varsity players to graduation, and has just four seniors this year...

MACC director to receive Chamber's Community Achievement Award

“If you love what you do, you never go to work,” Beth Stafford paraphrased the well-known quote...

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