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  • Library Notes for March 19

    Events for the whole family are being held at local libraries. Antioch Public Library 757 N. Main St. (847) 395-0874; http://www.apld.info Teen workshop: Teens can learn the basics of handling their money and finances at 4 p.m. March 25. The...
  • Crescenta Valley Briefs: Montrose-Verdugo Chamber of Commerce hosts poker tournament; Documentary screening

    The Montrose-Verdugo City Chamber of Commerce will host a Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 26 at CV Insurance, 3156 Foothill Blvd. RSVP is required, and seating is limited to the first 80 players. The winner will have a...
  • Pew finds Hispanics diverge over libraries

    Pew finds Hispanics diverge over libraries
    As a group, Hispanics are less likely than other Americans to access libraries, Pew finds. But those who do are the most enthusiastic users of any demographic. In a report released this week, Pew finds that Latinos born in the U.S. are equally as likely...
  • Manchester edition community news

    Local family named March of Dimes Ambassadors MANCHESTER - On Sunday, April 26, thousands from the Greater Hartford area will gather for March for Babies at Rentschler Field to benefit the March of Dimes. Leading the festivities will be the event's...
  • South Windsor edition community news

    Donation for South Windsor Food and Fuel Bank SOUTH WINDSOR - The Pub II in South Windsor recently donated $1,000 to the South Windsor Food and Fuel Bank from a fundraiser in memory of Chris Leland, one of their long-time employees and former South...
  • Library hosts event offering a lesson in Scottish culture, bagpipe performance

    Library hosts event offering a lesson in Scottish culture, bagpipe performance
    Nearly every child in the room raised their hand when asked if they knew what a bagpipe was, but all of them put their hands right back down when the follow-up question was whether they knew how the instrument worked. Dressed in a traditional kilt, John...
  • Tour provides a bird's-eye view

    Tour provides a bird's-eye view
    Aiden Bello looked through binoculars to survey the white ibis flying over the small portion of wetlands just east of the Southwest Regional Library in Pembroke Pines. His mom, wildlife artist Wendy Somero Bello, said her 10-year-old son, whose middle...
  • Pro-referendum group to receive Park Ridge Library award

    Pro-referendum group to receive Park Ridge Library award
    A group of citizen volunteers who worked on behalf of the Park Ridge Public Library referendum effort last year will receive the library's annual service award. The Park Ridge Library Board of Trustees voted 6-0 with three members absent March 17 to...
  • Farmington Library Receives $57K Grant For Media Lab, Makerspace

    FARMINGTON — The Farmington Village Green and Library Association recently received a $57,000 grant to finance construction of a new media lab and "makerspace" in the Farmington Public Library. The grant was approved Tuesday at a special meeting of...
  • Enfield edition community news

    Enfield Badgers finish strong season ENFIELD - The Enfield Badgers (St. Bernard's JV girls' basketball team ) just completed an outstanding season. These girls played their hearts out. Champions in the Manchester League with an overall of 15-0, they...
  • Windsor Locks edition community news

    Suffield resident signs National Letter of Intent SUFFIELD - Dan Leckie, a Suffield resident, signed a National Letter of Intent this past November to play Division I baseball for Lafayette College in Easton, Penn., in the Patriot League. Leckie plans on...