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KHS Redline teaches real-world skills

Students in Dick Martin’s journalism class were busy preparing for the next edition of The Redline on Feb. 12...

Killingly Business Association rethinks strategy

Killingly Business Association members voted in co-presidents Alan Parsons and Peter Deary recently. The co-presidency is a first for the 66-member organization...

Heartbreak and hope at Broad Street Cabaret

The Little Theater on Broad Street was transformed into a cabaret on Valentine’s weekend. Rows of seats were replaced with tablecloth-covered tables and chairs...

Flowers reign on Valentine's Day

Red rose petals were strewn around the entry to Lilium’s Florist Shop on Main Street in Danielson on Feb. 14...

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

A Jan...

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...

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...

Break the winter blues with a Connecticut day trip

With weather making local residents largely homebound for several winter days, many are dreaming of trips to tropical locations...

Killingly High School to present 'The Crucible'

Drama director Bill Corriveau walked up and down the aisles of the Killingly High School auditorium on Jan. 31...

Magic unleashed at Killingly library

The Killingly Public Library Community Room was filled to overflowing on Feb. 1. Children and their parents had come to see Mr...

‘Lost Egypt’ exhibit arrives at CT Science Center

Have you ever wondered how we know what people ate and how they lived thousands of years ago?...

Spellers fill QVCC coffers

Quinebaug Valley Community College faculty and staff took home the gold at the fifth annual QVCC Foundation Spelling Bee on Jan. 23...

St. James School kicks off Catholic Schools Week

This year marks the 40th anniversary of Catholic Schools Week. From Jan. 26 to Feb...

Citizens call for tougher blasting laws

The first time Maine Drilling and Blasting set off a charge on a Reardon Road property in Thompson, Joseph Janeczek and two friends were working in his garage on Riverside Drive...

Bees are Killingly man's mission

Killingly Agriculture Commission member Byron Martin spoke to a packed classroom on Jan. 18. They’d gathered at Logee’s Greenhouse for a KAC-sponsored bee-keeping session...

Volunteer raises pups for the blind

Kim Salvas zigzagged through the lunch tables in the cafeteria at Rogers Corporation on Jan. 17. Zelda, her pup in training, followed behind on a gentle lead...

We can all help stop elder abuse, neglect and exploitation

An older woman used to keep an immaculate house – now it’s in disarray, with food scraps and dirty laundry in evidence...

Preview of the Killingly wrestling team

Killingly High School freshman wrestler Ben Gosselin was in the middle of a match against a Portland opponent on Jan. 4...

Killingly High School students foster online kindness

When Frantha Phonesavanh, Anna Stevens and Jason Windrow noticed a Facebook page with derogatory comments targeting Killingly High School students, the KHS seniors decided to do something about it...

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