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Sprague's proposed $8.86 million spending plan goes to public hearing April 21

The proposed Sprague budget for fiscal 2014-15 will go to public hearing Monday, April 21 at 7 p.m., in the Sprague Senior Center...

Sterling students' efforts, generosity applauded

An idea launched with a sixth-grade student-generated play in Sterling has led to a wealth of educational experiences, a lesson in generosity, and improvements in the lives of two very lucky dogs.<...

Day Kimball 'Champions of Health' take to the trails

Dr. Gerard Sullivan donned sneakers and baseball cap on April 8 to practice what he preaches. Sullivan is a primary care physician who stresses exercise with his patients...

Future of former Slocumb Mill discussed

The Glastonbury Town Council recently discussed the restoration and preservation of part of the former Slocumb Mill, which is currently owned by the town...

Rockville High's annual Band Aid concert is a big hit

CRT announces summer series

The Connecticut Repertory Theatre’s (CRT) 2014 Nutmeg Summer Series “celebrates life backstage and behind the curtain,” according to a press release...

Rockville Public Library renovations completed

The Rockville Public Library is open for business after completing a $3.4 million renovation that adds significant space and features to the 110-year-old library...

Day care takes tour of hospital as part of Community Helpers Week

The children of A World of Imagination Day Care were treated to a special tour of Johnson Memorial Hospital recently, as part of their Community Helpers Week.  The children are learning how di...

Connecticut ground zero for income inequality

On April 8, a handful of people stood on Kennedy Drive near the Farmers’ Market Pavilion in Putnam...

Tolland lacrosse team christens turf field with win

The Tolland High School lacrosse team opened its season with a 9-6 victory over Old Saybrook on April 9...

Glastonbury Partners in Planting celebrates 10 years

Glastonbury Partners in Planting celebrated its 10-year anniversary at its spring organizational meeting on April 7...

Cadets and Explorers attend law enforcement training class

Northwest Park was the setting for an annual law enforcement training class on March 29...

ECSU 'Best Buddies' dance the night away

The Betty Tipton Room on the upper level of Eastern Connecticut State University’s Student Center was rocking the afternoon of April 5...

YMCA offers ways to get outside and enjoy a healthy spring season

Hope springs eternal. And that’s a good thing, because I think the entire eastern seaboard has been eternally hoping that spring would arrive at some point. And it has!...

Police report shows that rate of major crime in town is declining

The Windsor Locks Police Department recently released its 2012-13 crime statistics showing that, despite calls for service increasing, the rates of several categories of major crimes in town have b...

Neighborhood Block Watch aims to help clean up Manchester’s east side

The Neighborhood Watch Committee has been active for the past 25 years on the east side of Manchester...

UConn men's soccer wins friendly match at Addison Park

The UConn Huskies men's soccer team played a scrimmage with Boston College in front of a crowd at Addison Park on April 5. The Huskies beat the Eagles 1-0 in an exciting match...

Ty-Rods auto swap meet draws a crowd

“Make me an offer!” “If you need help, wave a $20 and you’ll be next!”...

Ashford Spring Fair offers gifts and gab

Part of the fun of an event like the April 5 Ashford Spring Fair is the conversation...

‘Braided Voices:’ Three poets weave together four themes

April is National Poetry Month, so what could be more appropriate than hosting a poetry reading by three award-winning poets?...

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