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  • READER SUBMITTED: Saint Bernard Student Participates In State Spelling Bee

    Saint Bernard School in Enfield, participated in the annual Knights of Columbus Catholic School Spelling Bee on Sunday, March 30 at Saint. Mary School in Newington. The students worked hard preparing for the Spelling Bee and did a wonderful job on the day...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Plainville Residents Free Hearing Screening During Better Hearing and Speech Month

    In recognition of national Better Hearing and Speech Month this May, Hearing, Balance and Speech Center will provide a free hearing screening for the public May 12 and 14. Clinic staff will examine both children and adults and will be available to...
  • READER SUBMITTED: West Hartford Residents Free Hearing Screening During Better Hearing And Speech Month

    In recognition of national Better Hearing and Speech Month this May, Hearing, Balance and Speech Center will provide a free hearing screening for the public May 13 and 15. Clinic staff will examine both children and adults and will be available to...
  • Bill Rodgers Finds A Different Way To Get Around

    BOSTON – Bill Rodgers was planning on running the Boston Marathon. But a hamstring strain sidelined him in January after a speed workout and he didn't want to try to train for a marathon while injured and potentially have to drop out of the race....
  • Man Accused Of Public Indecency At Farmington Gym

    Man Accused Of Public Indecency At Farmington Gym
    FARMINGTON — A 68-year-old man accused of masturbating at an LA Fitness on Southeast Road has been charged with public indecency and second-degree breach of peace. Vitor Pina, of Newington, turned himself in to police Tuesday, police said. He is...
  • Towns Offer Classes In Growing Your Own Food

    Towns Offer Classes In Growing Your Own Food
    A fresh picked tomato from a garden is wonderful to eat, and healthy too. So why not grow some? That's the point of a free home gardening program offered this month to Berlin, Newington, Rocky Hill and Wethersfield residents by the regional health...
  • DOT Sets 'Open Houses' To Give Details About Busway

    DOT Sets 'Open Houses' To Give Details About Busway
    With barely 10 months left until opening day, engineers and designers from the CTfastrak busway will host open houses in New Britain and Hartford to give the latest information on routes and fares. They're eager to hear from merchants, workers,...
  • Moe's Joins Mortensen's In Newington

    NEWINGTON -- Customers are already calling it Mort's and Moe's. Moe's Southwest Grill, which features Mexican food, opened its 18th Connecticut location Thursday in the former Mortensen's Ice Cream & Restaurant on the Berlin Turnpike. And while the...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Over $20,000 Raised At Connecticut Humane Society's Faux Fur Ball Fundraising Dinner

    The Connecticut Humane Society is excited to announce that this year's Faux Fur Ball raised over $20,000 in support of programs and services for people and pets. Over 180 pet lovers attended this fun dinner which included over $20,000 in raffle and...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Newington Youth Ballet's "The Legend Of The Magical Forest"

    Newington Youth Ballet is proud to present "The Legend Of The Magical Forest" Starring Jade Cloud of the hit Lifetime TV Show "Dance Moms", on Saturday, April 19 at 2 and 6:30 p.m. at The Wadsworth Atheneum's Aetna Theater 600 Main Street, Hartford....
  • READER SUBMITTED: Lucy Robbins Welles Celebrates National Library Week

    From April 13 through 19, the Lucy Robbins Welles Library in Newington will celebrate National Library Week. Started by the American Library Association in 1958, National Library Week seeks to promote library use, celebrate its services and workers....