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  • Community news for Manchester edition

    Panera Bread's bakery-cafes donate to Foodshare AREAWIDE - Twelve of Panera Bread's bakery-cafes in the Greater Hartford, Connecticut area (Bristol, Buckland Hills, Canton, Enfield, Farmington, Glastonbury, Hartford, Manchester, Newington, Southington,...
  • New location sought for event marking 40th anniversary of Saigon's fall

    Organizers of a refugee reunion to mark the 40th anniversary of the fall of Saigon have canceled plans for a ceremony at Camp Pendleton because they will not be allowed to fly the South Vietnamese flag on the Marine base. The Vietnamese American...
  • Canton Land Trust Holds Mother's Day Hike

    CANTON — The Canton Land Conservation Trust will celebrate Mother's Day with a hike on one of its properties in town, the group has announced. The hike will be on easy to moderately difficult trails in the trust's Swan Property, which is off Case...
  • Time To Stop Legislature's Giveaways Of State Land

    Time To Stop Legislature's Giveaways Of State Land
    Once again, the General Assembly is considering a bill that will reduce the value of the state's public land and damage the public's trust in government. This year's legislation would give part of Silver Sands State Park to Milford and allow sand and...
  • Yanking State Conservation Money Now Is Foolhardy

    Connecticut was once a pioneer in land conservation. No more. Indeed, regional New England conservation initiatives such as the Wildlands and Woodlands effort pay very little attention to Connecticut, presumably because we have been written off as a...
  • Zoom in on National Park Foundation's 'Share the Experience' photo contest

    Zoom in on National Park Foundation's 'Share the Experience' photo contest
    Can you find a more touching mother and child portrait in a national park? The photograph of a polar bear cuddling with her cub at the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska took top prize in the National Park Foundation's 2014 "Share the Experience"...
  • Cheney Railroad hike takes in local history

    Just a few months ago, only a handful of brave souls joined hiking enthusiast and Manchester Historical Society volunteer Susan Barlow on an interpretive hike down the Cheney Rail Trail – bitter cold temperatures and snow kept even the most...
  • Don't circumvent voters' wishes on Amendment 1: Editorial

    Don't circumvent voters' wishes on Amendment 1: Editorial
    The Florida Legislature's deadlock over health-care spending — which led the House to throw in the towel Tuesday, three days early, on this year's regular legislative session — has had a perverse upside for members. It has diverted attention...
  • Ryland Homes seeks to move into Matteson, with rentals

    Ryland Homes seeks to move into Matteson, with rentals
    As one of the nation's largest homebuilders, Ryland Homes sold more than 7,600 homes in 17 states last year. Now it wants to become a landlord, in south suburban Matteson. The company is under contract to purchase 130 acres in an unfinished...
  • Florida Forever funds essential for our future: My Word

    Florida Forever funds essential for our future: My Word
    In November, Florida voters overwhelmingly approved Amendment 1, Water and Land Conservation, with 75 percent of the vote. The purpose of Amendment 1 is to restore funding for Florida Forever, the country's premier conservation, water-supply protection,...
  • Vietnamese immigrants mark Black April anniversary

    Vietnamese immigrants mark Black April anniversary
    Under a soft rain, a balladeer stepped on the flag-decked stage, singing of lost lives, lost loves. "Forty years later, we will never forget, ladies and gentlemen," an emcee intoned as the crowd at a high school football stadium clapped. The...