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East Windsor

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  • Birth announcements

    Manchester Memorial Hospital A son, Jacob James Jr., to Kayla and Jacob Meacham Sr. of East Windsor, June 25. Johnson Memorial Hospital A daughter, Scarlett Grace, to Ashley and Justin Brady of Somers, June 29. A daughter, Giuliana Maura, to Melissa...
  • East Windsor High School Class of 1974 reunion

    EAST WINDSOR - East Windsor High School's Class of 1974 will hold a 40 year Reunion on Sept. 20. For information, contact Janett 860-872-1903 or dugmoe@sbcglobal.net, Judy 860-872-2103 or judyandjoed@aolcom, Keith 860-623-5300 or Lynn 860-386-6521.
  • Book and film discussion series

    EAST WINDSOR - A new book discussion session, The War That Didn't End All Wars, a book and film discussion series about World War I with facilitator B. J. Smith will be held at the Warehouse Point Library, 107 Main St., East Windsor. A discussion of...
  • Book discussion

    ENFIELD - The Book Club, 100 Main St., Broad Brook will be hosting a book discussion at the East Windsor Senior Center on Monday, Aug. 25 and 10:30 a.m. Call the East Windsor Senior Center at 860-292-8262 to sign up or just stop in. The book selected...
  • East Windsor Gas Station Robbed

    EAST WINDSOR — A Bridge Street gas station was robbed early Thursday morning by a man claiming to have a gun hidden under his shirt, police said. Police responded to the Sunoco gas station at 163 Bridge St. just before 4 a.m. The suspect entered...
  • A Love Ignited By Golf, Sustained By Religion

     A Love Ignited By Golf, Sustained By Religion
    John Abdalla walked up to Irene Dauphin, a newcomer at work, and said he would give her a golf lesson at lunch. "The next day we went out at lunch," to Stanley Park in Hartford, John says. With one hour and 10 minutes for a lunch break at Stanley...
  • Community celebrates National Night Out

    On the steamy afternoon of Aug. 5, Mill Pond Village held a community event for National Night Out. Although the gathering was something like a festive block party, there was a purpose that went beyond music and games. National Night Out, "America's...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Historic Fram & Market "New England Cuisine"

    It's green vegetable season in New England and the August episode of "New England Cuisine" will be celebrating when host Chef Chris Prosperi welcomes Joe O'Grady, farm manager from Holcomb Farm in West Granby and Jill O' Coin, pastry chef and bakery...
  • Tough times can be rough on pets

    Deb Samson is on the frontlines of a daily struggle. She is a founder of the Friends of Windsor Animal Care and Control which has been working for more than three years to help people keep their pets in their home. Whether from job loss, foreclosure,...
  • Tie-dye fun at Enfield library

    Children ages 4 and up gathered at the Enfield Public Library on July 30 for a special "Tie-Dye" event that was part of the summer reading program, Fizz Boom Read! Kristin Raiche and Joan Duggan, the children's librarians, along with program...
  • Riverview Plaza Hosts Business Fair

    All it takes is a little perseverance, and then things starts to happen. The Riverview Plaza is known to some as the "sideways plaza" since it's situated perpendicular to Route 5 at 44 South Main St. in East Windsor, but newcomer Michele Landry is...