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Spring highlights from the year 2013

The 2013 NASCAR season started up in April at the Thompson International Speedway. The 2014 season in Thompson may be looking very different after owners paved a separate 1.7-mile track...

Area residents take on many initiatives in 2013

Positive Parenting Program, a parenting initiative sponsored by the Department of Social Services and The Children’s Trust Fund, was the topic of discussion at a regional meeting in January...

From food to forests in 2013

Looking back at some of the highlights in early 2013:...

Looking back at some of the highlights from early 2013

The year 2013 brought with it the openings and expansions of several key institutions serving northeast Connecticut...

Author presents Connecticut’s native American heritage

If archaeology is indeed “the peeping Tom of the sciences,” then archaeologist/author Lucianne Lavin may well be the quintessential voyeur of Connecticut’s native inhabitants...

South Windsor students getting in shape for national spelling bee

Ten-year-old Keshav has been practicing diligently with his brother and father, in hopes of making it to the nationals again as a contestant in the 2014 Scripps National Spelling Bee (http://www.sp...

Access Health Connecticut: the state's health insurance portal

When the Affordable Care Act rolls out on Jan. 1, 2014, between 320,000 and 384,000 Connecticut residents will become eligible for health insurance coverage...

Winter driving tips from the Connecticut Department of Transportation

Winter driving is a tricky and dangerous business. Better roads, better cars and better tires won’t take the place of careful driving practices...

Businesses rank congestion as state's top transportation issue

Overcrowded highways and roads are the top transportation concern for Connecticut businesses, according to a new survey...

United Way looks for volunteers to help families this tax season

United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut and The Village for Families & Children are currently recruiting volunteers to assist families in getting the tax refunds and credits they&rsq...

School safety statewide has ramped up in wake of Sandy Hook

In the year that has passed since the tragic shootings at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., where 20 students and six school staff members lost their lives, school officials, emer...

Vernon Community Arts Center's Holiday Show offers unique gift ideas

One place to get a wide variety of unique holiday gifts is at the Vernon Community Arts Center, but only for a limited time...

South Windsor participates in testing for arsenic, uranium in well water

Last month, the South Windsor Health Department put out a call to residents to participate in a statewide study being coordinated by the Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) to investigate...

Crime prevention tips for the holidays

The following suggestions have been formulated to help residents stay safe during the holiday season:

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South Windsor Police Briefs

Coyote sightings

This is an excerpt from the message issued by South Windsor Police animal Control Officer Robin Bond in relation to sightings of coyotes in town:...

Wood Memorial Library hosts Gingerbread House Festival

In its third season as host to New England’s largest display of gingerbread houses, Wood Memorial Library kicked off its Winter Wonderland exhibit on Nov. 29...

Chelanga wins Manchester Road Race; Burfoot breaks record

From the elite runners, to the casual joggers to the costume characters, the 77th annual running of the Manchester Road Race featured a little bit of everything that spectators have grown to expect...

East Hartford Holiday Fest 2013 scheduled for Dec. 6-9

The East Hartford Beautification Commission is putting the final touches on preparations for the town’s annual Holiday Fest...

Keeping senior drivers safe and on the road

Americans love their cars. They are a testament to our ingenuity and creativity...

Annual display lights up the season

Clark Griswold - the lovable patriarch of the popular movie “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” - has nothing on Tom Delnicki...

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