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  • Nutmeg Senior Rides Walk

    ENFIELD - David Dumais named Community Chairperson of the Nutmeg Senior Rides annual Walk. The Walk will take place at Asnuntuck Community College in Enfield on Saturday, April 25. The event is slated to kick-off at 10 a.m.; registration opens at 9 a.m. Organizers are seeking sponsors and team captains.
  • Enfield Together Coalition pledge marks Alcohol Awareness Month

    With prom season in full swing and graduation and summer parties on the horizon, teen drivers will be on the road a lot in the coming months. And that makes parents worry that some teens might celebrate with alcohol or drugs, then get behind the wheel....

    Walk For Nutmeg Senior Rides Fundraiser April 25

    Walk For Nutmeg Senior Rides Fundraiser April 25
    David Dumais' mother was the very first rider to use Nutmeg Senior Rides service in 2008. Now, Dumais, a 36-year-old Enfield resident who owns KeyLynx Technologies in East Windsor, is this year's community chairperson for the annual Walk for Nutmeg...

    Community news for Enfield edition

    Local Band Heads to Hollywood ENFIELD - The local band "Drained Glory" is heading to Hollywood for a movie premier in which two of their newest songs "Finally Safe" and "No Mercy" (both soon to be released) will be featured in the movie "Street The...

    Board of Regents Sets 4.8 Percent Tuition, Fee Increase

    Board of Regents Sets 4.8 Percent Tuition, Fee Increase
    HARTFORD — Students attending the state's community colleges and regional state universities will pay 4.8 percent more this fall for tuition and fees as a result of a decision made Thursday by the state Board of Regents for Higher Education....