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Farmington (Hartford, Connecticut)

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  • Hartford Snaps Branford's Legion Win Streak

    Branford's 58-game win streak against Connecticut American Legion teams is officially over. Led by closer Neffy DeLacruz and timely hitting, Hartford snapped the longest Legion win streak in the state Thursday night with a 3-1 victory over previously...
  • Berlin Farmers Market Open On Saturdays

    BERLIN — Fresh greens, radishes, honey and hothouse tomatoes are among the local produce people can buy here Saturday mornings at the Berlin Farmers Market, which began its third year off Farmington Avenue a few weeks ago. The market, one of 130 in...
  • READER SUBMITTED: CRIS Radio Volunteers Honored At Governor's Mansion

    CRIS Radio volunteers were recently honored for their long-standing service at a reception held at the Governor's Mansion in Hartford. CRIS Radio, a 36-year old nonprofit and Connecticut's only radio reading service for people who are blind or print...
  • No Good Reason For Satan's Kingdom I-Park

    I am opposed to the development of an industrial park on or near the federally designated Wild and Scenic Farmington River in the Satan's Kingdom area at the Canton-New Hartford town line [July 2,news, "Town Eyes Industrial Park For Garage"]. Canton...
  • Tractor Trailer Mishap Closes Road In Farmington

    FARMINGTON — A section of Route 177, or Plainville Avenue, was closed because of a downed utility pole, police said. A tractor trailer took down overhead wires, which in turn pulled down the pole, Lt. Colin Ryan said Wednesday afternoon. No one was...
  • Plainville Bike Path Advocates Seek Volunteers

    PLAINVILLE — Volunteers are needed to get a nine-mile gap filled in what will be an 80-mile two state bike trail. A recent statewide survey that ranks Plainville in the top 10 bike-friendly Connecticut communities indicates that there is support...
  • Amateur Baseball: Southington Shuts Out Tobacco Valley

    Tim Norton and Craig Frobel combined to pitch a three-hit shutout as Southington defeated Tobacco Valley 2-0 in a Connecticut Collegiate Baseball League game at Southington High School. Norton pitched the first four innings and Frobel went the final...
  • Amateur Golfer Szewczul Won't Slow Down, Gears Up For CT Open

    Dave Szewczul is not slowing down. He remains driven in a game that often wears down or humbles competitors over time. The list of titles won by Szewczul, 60, is long. He has won just about every type of amateur championship in Connecticut. In addition,...
  • Federal And State Officials Praise Canton Hydropower Project

    Federal And State Officials Praise Canton Hydropower Project
    CANTON — A hydropower proposal on the Farmington River in Collinsville was cited as an example for Connecticut and the nation Tuesday as federal, state and local officials announced an important step forward for the project. U.S. Sen. Christopher...
  • Proposed Industrial Park May Include Canton's Highway Garage

    CANTON — A town highway garage may become part of the industrial park proposed for the Satan's Kingdom area near the Farmington River that has drawn strong opposition from people in Canton, New Hartford and beyond. In a proposal sent to the town...
  • READER SUBMITTED: RENT, School Edition, Presented By Avon Summer Theater

    Fifty students from many towns in the Greater Hartford area and Farmington Valley come together to produce and perform a dynamic production of RENT: School Edition. On-stage performers and technical theater participants will work hard over the next four...