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  • State Bond Commission approves grant for artificial turf field at EHHS

    The town of East Hartford announced on July 25 that it has received a $1.5 million state grant to help fund a new synthetic turf field at East Hartford High School. "This is a phenomenal opportunity for our student athletes," said EHHS Principal...
  • Town of East Hartford launches new website

    Local residents and businesses can now pay their taxes, see land records, apply for permits and even request a public appearance by Mayor Marcia Leclerc from the comfort of their own home. The town's new website – easthartfordct.gov – went...
  • READER SUBMITTED: American Heart Association And UnitedHealthcare Seeking Nominations

    The American Heart Association is now accepting nominations for the 2014 Lifestyle Change Award, sponsored by UnitedHealthcare. This annual recognition celebrates individuals who have made significant healthy lifestyle changes. Up to three nominees will...
  • Early Start To Back-To-School Shopping Season

    Early Start To Back-To-School Shopping Season
    Back-to-school shopping isn't just an end-of-summer activity anymore. Deals on classroom supplies, clothes and electronics started before Fourth of July picnics and close to 40 percent of consumers have already made back-to-school purchases, according...
  • Dance students perform for senior citizens

    GLASTONBURY - The Marion Dondi Burke School of Dance of Glastonbury, annually volunteers to entertain at several local senior citizen facilities. This year the children visited three different facilities. The preschoolers, kindegarteners and first grade...
  • Kraft, Belichick Interviewed In Aaron Hernandez Case

    Kraft, Belichick Interviewed In Aaron Hernandez Case
    Massachusetts detectives in one of Aaron Hernandez's murder cases have interviewed New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick, owner Robert Kraft and other team employees as part of the yearlong probe. Their statements — along with text messages...
  • Farmington Red Cross Needs Donors

    FARMINGTON — The American Red Cross needs blood, badly. Over the past 11 weeks in Connecticut, blood donations to the Red Cross are down about 8.5 percent, said Steve Mavica, a communications manager for the American Red Cross. That equates to...
  • Volunteers Invited To Help Pull Invasive Plants From Hockanum River On Saturday

    EAST HARTFORD — The East Hartford Hockanum River Watershed Council is taking over efforts to remove water chestnut, an invasive plant, from the Hockanum River on Saturday morning. Residents are invited to take part in the event, which will begin at...
  • Dance awards

    REGION- The Marion Dondi Burke School of Dance, Glastonbury, recently held its annual spring performances. Each year subject awards are given in the areas of ballet, tap, jazz and acro-gymnastics, as well as a class award for a the best overall group....
  • Podunk Bluegrass Festival moves to Hebron

    Last year, the Podunk Bluegrass Festival had to be cancelled due to scheduling conflicts at Dodd Stadium. It was the first time since the festival's founding in 1996 that the show didn't go on. "Yeah, that was tough," said Podunk President Mike Wilcox....
  • State Awards $6.6 Million To 28 Low-Performing Schools

    On Monday, Education Commissioner Stefan Pryor announced that 28 schools won $6.66 million in state and federal aid to help improve student performance. The grants, which the state awarded on a competitive basis, will go to schools in 10 districts,...