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Committee plans more community fun for Veterans' Park

More fun community events will be in store for Griswold residents this year, as a newly-formed committee takes over the annual slate of favorite events and adds some new ones for good measure...

Griswold's Adam Davis will play football, baseball for Coast Guard Academy

Griswold High School senior Adam Davis has accepted an appointment to the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, where he will play both football and baseball...

Upbeat messages and new campaign highlight Connecticut Business Day

At the Connecticut Business Industry Association's annual Connecticut Business Day event on March 5, the focus was again on improving the business climate in the state, but as in the past, ther...

President Barack Obama knocks one out of the park at CCSU

President Barack Obama may have been preaching to the choir at Central Connecticut State University March 5, but his message that Americans who work full-time should be able to live above the pover...

YMCA says it's not too early to think about summer camp options

Are the words “bombogenesis,” “snow day,” and “polar vortex” starting to make you twitch? You’re not alone...

Towns struggle to keep up with demand for road salt this winter

As winter drags on to a slow and elusive end, residents across the region are battling more than just the winter doldrums...

Final push for first enrollment in state health insurance exchange

According to Maritza Bond, executive director of Eastern Area Health Education Center (EAHEC), Inc., more than 300,000 people statewide lacked health insurance when Access Health CT launched in Oct...

Ambulance company, finance board still at odds over budget request

Griswold’s board of finance stymied a funding request from the Griswold Ambulance Company for supplementary funding at its Feb...

Griswold school budget still a work in progress at $25.7 million

The Board of Education’s budget proposal for fiscal 2014-15 is still a work in progress, but as it stands it would represent a 2.39 percent increase over last year...

Clean eating is a lifestyle change, not a diet

When it comes to eating healthy, Terry Walters has a simple, yet direct motto she likes to live by. “I tell my kids, we can pay the farmer or we can pay the doctor,” said Walters...

Towns will tap into state aid to deal with unrelenting snow storms

Gov. Dannel Malloy offered a Valentine’s Day gift to municipalities struggling to keep roads passable despite repeated snow storms...

Girls and dolls gather for tea, stories at Slater Library

As dozens of little girls in frilly dresses and their equally well-dressed dolls settled themselves on the floor of Slater Library for a story, a plaintive voice rose above the buzz...

Griswold High School boys' basketball team working on momentum

It’s been a game of inches for this year’s Griswold High School boys’ basketball team...

Opting out is one option for parents who disagree with state education testing

A Jan...

Local couples mark 50 years of life and love together

Half a century ago, two local couples got married just in time for Valentine’s Day and for the arrival of the Beatles in America...

Author/productivity coach Lisa Lelas to speak at B.I.G. meeting at MCC

Nationally-recognized productivity coach and best-selling author Lisa Lelas will share her insights and expertise on staying organized at the February meeting of the Manchester/South Windsor Believ...

Griswold Senior Center's 'Mama Betty' Mentillo turns 100

Betty Mentillo doesn’t really have a recipe for living a long life...

Griswold distance runner Alyssa Brehler signs with URI

Alyssa Brehler, who has burned up the track and the cross country course for four years at Griswold High School, signed a letter of intent Feb...

Families of disabled adult children meet at state Capitol

Family members of individuals with life-affecting disabilities were given the floor to share their concerns with legislators in Hartford on Feb. 7...

Journalism & Media Academy offers high school students ‘real life’ experiences

State-of-the-art technology, one of the largest green screens in New England and the ability to build a work portfolio while earning class credit: these may sound like the qualities of a reputable...

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