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  • Community news for Stafford edition

    Stafford High School 35th class reunion STAFFORD - Looking for classmates from Stafford High School Class of 1980 for 35th reunion. Contact the committee by email stafford35reunion@gmail.com or Facebook – Stafford High School Class of 1980. Reunion...
  • John "Tony" Burns, Former College Administrator And Teacher, Dies At 77

    John Anthony "Tony" Burns, a former community college administrator and teacher, died on May 22. He was 77. Burns, who was born in Waterbury, enlisted with the U.S. Marine Corps when he was 18. He served for three years, from 1956 to 1959, working mostly...
  • Malloy Pushing Busway Service To Manchester, East Hartford

    Malloy Pushing Busway Service To Manchester, East Hartford
    NEW BRITAIN — Doubling down on a controversial position, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Monday announced the new state budget will expand CTfastrak to East Hartford and Manchester. The busway between New Britain and Hartford has been so successful since...
  • Panel In Manchester Answers Questions About Islam

    Panel In Manchester Answers Questions About Islam
    MANCHESTER — Many Americans have a media-driven view of Islam that promotes fear and separation, a panel of Muslim residents told an audience Monday night. "There is no dichotomy" between being a faithful Muslim and a patriotic American, Dr. Reza...
  • 37 Graduate From Adult Education Center In Hartford

    37 Graduate From Adult Education Center In Hartford
    HARTFORD —Michelle Palmer-Freeman was just months away from graduating high school when she dropped out during her senior year to care for her younger siblings. Decades later, Palmer-Freeman's own three children got to watch her complete her...
  • Manchester Police Chief Looking For Another Job

    Manchester Police Chief Looking For Another Job
    MANCHESTER — Police Chief Marc Montminy says he is seeking another job as his pension eligibility peaks. A town police officer since 1989, Montminy said Monday that he will reach the maximum number of years for the police officer pension in January...
  • 'The Celluloid Highway': Four Classic Road Films

    'The Celluloid Highway': Four Classic Road Films
    Avon Public Library, 281 Country Club Road, is running a fun, four-part series of classic road-trip movies. "The Celluloid Highway" is presented by Dr. Bob Kagan, a film professor at Central Connecticut State University and Manchester Community College....
  • Wary Of Gas Pipeline Expansion In Glastonbury

    Wary Of Gas Pipeline Expansion In Glastonbury
    We are zipping around South Glastonbury in Jennifer Siskind's Subaru. She's giving a private tour of precisely where the expanded pipeline proposed by Spectra Energy will go. The pipe will carry hydraulically fractured — or fracked — gas...
  • Manchester Community College Graduates Celebrate Diversity

    Manchester Community College Graduates Celebrate Diversity
    MANCHESTER — Nearly 900 students graduated from Manchester Community College on Thursday night, with family and friends filling the hilly lawn in front of the school's Bicentennial Band Shell. The speaker for the school's 51st commencement was...
  • Manchester Land Conservation Trust hosts annual dinner meeting

    If all goes as planned, the Manchester Land Conservation Trust will soon purchase Botti Farm and turn it into an active farm again. The upcoming acquisition of the 62-acre farm off Bush Hill Road in Manchester was the most popular topic of discussion...
  • Community news for Putnam edition

    Knights to hold fish fry NORTH GROSVENORDALE - The Knights of Columbus Council 2087 will hold a fish fry at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 1017 Riverside Dr., on Friday, May 29, from Noon to 8 p.m. The menu consists of fish and chips ($10); baked...