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Local elections see some close races, but few surprises

Vernon voters chose their new mayor on Nov. 5. Former Police Officer Dan Champagne (R) received 3,101 votes, while Democratic candidate Tom DiDio received 2,056...

Ellington Knights win first round; Tolland Eagles exit early in soccer tourney

The Ellington High School boys' soccer team started off the Class M tournament with a win over Northwest Regional by a score of 2-1 on Nov. 5...

Women of Faith conference urges women to expect the impossible from God

More than 10,000 Christian women’s voices were raised to sing the hymn “Ten Thousand Reasons” at Hartford’s XL Center Nov...

Local painter depicts dramatic sky on Reminder Gold Pages cover

Just as it is said that the eyes are the windows to the soul, Connecticut artist Nancy J. McIntire believes that the sky reveals the soul of a painting...

Tolland cross-country girls collect state open championship

The Tolland High School girls' cross-country team completed their post-season trifecta by winning the State Open Championship on Nov. 1 at Wickham Park in Manchester...

Parents may be an important component in Common Core standards

When Connecticut legislators voted to adopt Common Core state standards in the summer of 2010, they joined 47 other states in a wave of educational reform...

Manchester Church of Christ to host youth rally Nov. 8-10

The Manchester Church of Christ is set to host the annual Manchester-Ward Street Youth Rally on Nov. 8 through 10...

Tolland High School hosts state Supreme Court

Tolland High School's auditorium was literally the courtroom of the Connecticut Supreme Court on the morning of Oct. 29, as part of the court's “On Circuit” program...

Sale of unique crafts to benefit Haitian crafters

Kloter Farms of Ellington will be holding a very special sale where early holiday shoppers will be able to find some hand-made, unique gifts that also support a worthy cause...

Family-owned and -operated Eliminate‘Em streamlines pest control services with new mobile-friendly website

In an effort to provide faster pest control services across their three-state service area, Eliminate ‘Em Pest Control Services has unveiled its new and improved website...

Local towns gear up for Nov. 5 municipal elections

As the Nov. 5 municipal elections draw near, local residents are pondering their choices for the slates of local candidates...

State Sen. Williams hosts District 29 Senior Fair

A steady stream of seniors passed through the doors of the Community Room at Quinebaug Valley Community College on Oct. 25...

Tolland County Chamber looks ahead by returning to local focus

There was something of a retro feel as the Tolland County Chamber of Commerce turned the page on another year at its annual meeting on Oct. 22...

Meet the Tolland Town Council candidates

Tolland voters will select a new Town Council on Nov. 5. Four Republican candidates and five Democratic candidates are running for the council...

Parents of teen drivers need to know more

The average car driven in the U.S. weighs about 4,000 pounds. The amount of reaction time the driver of a car going 60 miles per hour has on the highway is about the blink of an eye...

Eagles turning toward second season

While the Tolland High School boy's soccer team has plenty to be positive about, they may still need to figure out how to come together as a team, if they are to go deep into the post season.

Federal budget impasse makes itself felt locally

The budget freeze in Washington, D.C...

Local needy would be impacted first by extended federal shutdown

Connecticut’s neediest citizens are among those most likely to be feel the earliest impact of a prolonged federal government shutdown. On Sept...

A quick look at the government shutdown

The Connecticut delegation in Washington, D.C., was vocal leading into the shutdown of the federal government and remains so as the days wear on. During the session leading into the Oct...

Sequestration, not shutdown, troubles Meals on Wheels

Timothy Grills spent the morning of Oct.7 writing a letter to the senior center directors in New London, Windham and parts of Tolland County...

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