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Peter Rabbit visits Killingly

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

Community Seder held in Danielson

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

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...

Killingly softball team looks to seniors for leadership

The Killingly High School softball squad jumped out to an early lead in its season opener against Tourtellotte in Thompson on April 9. It was a 10-inning pitching duel...

Connecticut ground zero for income inequality

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

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!...

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...

Students explore the past for National History Day

On March 22, more than 250 students from the towns of Ashford, Bolton, Coventry, Columbia, Griswold, Mansfield, Moosup, New London, Oakdale, Plainfield, Putnam, Stafford, Storrs and Willington gath...

State police consolidation on hold

SB 426, an act to suspend the Connecticut State Police consolidation, may never reach the floor of the Senate...

Fitness and fun at Killingly Middle School

A Family Fun Fitness Night at the Killingly Memorial School brought together a host of community partners on March 28...

NECCOG members invited to invest in Putnam technology park

The Northeast Connecticut Council of Governments March 28 agenda included a presentation on the development of a regional technology park in Putnam...

As debate heats up, Common Core still has plenty of defenders

On Feb...

Killingly Parks & Rec. director urges people to get outside

Killingly Parks and Recreation Director Tracy Waggoner is on a mission to get town residents active and involved in a variety of things happening in the community...

Killingly Historic Commission proposes brochure

The Killingly Historical Commission met on March 20 to discuss the possibility of creating a brochure for owners of properties in the town's two historical districts...

ARTicles Gallery brings color to Killingly

Lynn Herklots has brought a splash of color to Killingly with ARTicles Gallery. The retired art educator has turned her energies from teaching to painting...

Economist predicts bigger year for growth in Connecticut

Economic forecaster Dr. Nicholas Perna gave his outlook for 2014 in front of members of the East of the River Chambers of Commerce on March 19...

Changes spell a leaner, more efficient state tax department

Connecticut Department of Revenue Services Commissioner Kevin Sullivan has heard all the tax jokes, like the one about the difference between a tax collector and a taxidermist: “the taxidermi...

Grant would improve NECCOG animal facility

An Animal Services Program Advisory Committee meeting was held at the Northeast Connecticut Council of Governments on March 11...

Historical society looking for relatives of antique diary's writer

When a Killingly resident found two leather-bound diaries after cleaning out an attic, he turned them over to the Killingly Historical and Genealogical Society...

Farm Bill a mixed blessing in Connecticut

The Agriculture Act of 2014, signed into law on Feb. 4, has had some degree of impact on people in every corner of the state...

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