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Glastonbury's Lindsay Shettle takes part in a scoring play in the Tomahawks' win over Newtown on April 16. Photos by Steve Smith.

Glastonbury lacrosse team getting wins in 'family-style' fashion

The Glastonbury High School girls' lacrosse team is off to a 3-0 start as of April 16, but is still in something of a rebuilding year. “That was legit...

Glastonbury Little League to celebrate 50 years of being in the 'kid business'

Glastonbury Little League will throw out the first pitch at its 50th opening day ceremony on April 25 at Ross Field. There is much planned for the golden anniversary event...

UConn men's soccer wins friendly match at Addison Park

The UConn Huskies men's soccer team played a scrimmage with Boston College in front of a crowd at Addison Park on April 5. The Huskies beat the Eagles 1-0 in an exciting match...

Glastonbury's young baseball team ready to start strong

Coach Eric Frank is careful to not call this season a rebuilding year. The Glastonbury Tomahawks baseball team lost 10 varsity players to graduation, and has just four seniors this year...

Glastonbury Tomahawks get big win in first round of hockey tournament

It's safe to say the Glastonbury High School boys' hockey team was pumped up after a thrilling, hard-fought 2-1 win over rival Xavier in the first round of the CIAC Division I tournament on...

'ETB' hockey team ends great season in first round of tourney

The East Catholic/Glastonbury/South Windsor co-op hockey team’s season came to an end at the hands of the Hall/Conard team in the first round of the state tournament, on March 3...

Glastonbury High School hosts CCC cheerleading competition

Glastonbury High School hosted the Central Connecticut Conference cheerleading competition on Feb. 22...

The future is bright for Glastonbury's Lady Tomahawks

In a rebuilding year, just making the Class LL tournament will be an accomplishment, but the Glastonbury High School girls' basketball team looks like it will do just that – and the futur...

Glastonbury girls' track team strategizing for state meets

The Glastonbury High School girls' track team is gearing up for the year-end meets...

Minnechaug Golf Course gets new lease on life

Close to the 11th hour, Glastonbury was able to find a new lessee for the town-owned Minnechaug Golf Course, and the Town Council approved that lease unanimously at its meeting on Jan. 28...

Tomahawks' team effort will decide course of season

Coach Ken Barse said his Glastonbury High School varsity hockey team doesn't have the superstars that it had in the past, but instead has a bunch of solid players with great chemistry, which ha...

Young Glastonbury wrestling team working hard

Coach Rob Levesque said the Glastonbury High School varsity wrestling team has a large number of players who haven't seen much time on the mat before this year, and is also going through a rash...

Eagles/Tomahawks/Bobcats girls' hockey team off to great start

The ETB (Eagles/Tomahawks/Bobcats) girls' hockey team - in its second year of sanctioned play with members from Glastonbury, South Windsor and East Catholic high schools - is off to an undefeat...

Looking back at 2013, part 4

Celebrations during the fall in Glastonbury included the following:...

Glastonbury girls' basketball team turns new page

Coach Kate Susat returns to helm the Glastonbury High School girls’ basketball team, after having been assistant coach at GHS three years ago, and spending the interim at UConn-Avery Point.

Photos from the second half of 2013

Looking back at 2013, part 3

It almost wouldn't be summer in Glastonbury if it didn't include a summer production by Glastonbury Youth and Family Services' Creative Experiences...

Photos from the first half of 2013

Looking back at 2013, Part 1

The winter of 2013 contained many events (mostly indoors) in Glastonbury. The annual Martin Luther King Day Celebration centered on Diane Nash – a contemporary of Dr...

Looking back at 2013, Part 2

Spring was celebrated with Glastonbury traditions, including the Glastonbury Parks and Recreation Department's Easter Egg Hunt for Dogs on March 23, which was attended by 150 dogs and their mas...

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