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  • Area High School Tennis Teams To Watch

    BOYS Hand-Madison: Defending Class L champion (shared title) returns five seniors, including SCC champ Scott Rubinstein.  Avon: Defending Class M champs, will be one of the favorites in the NCCC.  East Catholic-Manchester: Defending Class S champs,...
  • Domenic Pane Elected Newington Republican Town Chairman

    NEWINGTON — The Republican Town Committee's new chairman is a local businessman who is locked in a long-running legal dispute with the town's zoning commission. Domenic Pane is part of group that sued the plan and zoning commission in 2012 over a...
  • A Grisly Night At New Britain's Donna Lee Bakery

    A Grisly Night At New Britain's Donna Lee Bakery
    NEW BRITAIN — Even after all the mass killings that have calloused the state and nation in the past 40 years, the name of a New Britain bakery remains infamous. Before the night of Oct. 19, 1974, the Donna Lee Bakery was a neighborhood place to...
  • New Britain Traffic Stop Yields Substantial Amount Of Heroin

    NEW BRITAIN — A 25-year-old woman suspected of dealing heroin throughout the city was arrested just after midnight Friday during a traffic stop where police found 1,560 bags of heroin, police said. Xiomara Gonzalez had concealed some of the bags...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Moe's Southwest Grill To Donate $2500 To Local Newington School

    "Welcome to Moe's!" will soon be heard throughout Newington, when Moe's Southwest Grill opens at 3145 Berlin Turnpike on April 17. To celebrate the opening of its' 18th Connecticut location, the popular chain will be donating $2,500 to a local school....
  • READER SUBMITTED: Don't Miss Out On This Year's CT Humane Society's Employment Open House

    Have You Always Wanted to Work for Non-Profit? Do You Want to Enrich the Lives of Homeless Animals? Don't Miss Out On this Year's Connecticut Humane Society's Employment Open House. What: The Connecticut Humane Society is hosting an employment open...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Art Exhibit Showcases Masterpieces Created By Senior Residents

    An art class at Cedar Mountain Commons has not only sparked interest in famous artists but has also inspired some senior residents of Cedar Mountain Commons to show their creativity. Activities Director Debbie Labbe began the monthly program in...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Get Money Smart @ Lucy Robbins Welles Library

    "Money Smart Week" will take place April 5 through 12 at Lucy Robbins Welles Library in Newington, in which the library will hold several programs and highlight finance-focused library resources, both print and digital. The library hopes to educate any...
  • Newington OKs New Agreement With Indian Hill Country Club

    NEWINGTON — The town council unanimously approved a deal Thursday that lowers Indian Hill Country Club's rent for the town-owned golf course and provides residents with new privileges and programs at the facility. The agreement comes after the club...
  • New Writing Camp To Use West Hartford As Its Classroom

    New Writing Camp To Use West Hartford As Its Classroom
    WEST HARTFORD — A writing camp starting this summer for students aged 12 to 16 aims to use all that Blue Back Square and West Hartford Center have to offer to inspire young writers. "Writer's Abroad" is a four-week program that will be based in...
  • Lawsuit Dismissed In Officer's Shooting Death By State Trooper

    Lawsuit Dismissed In Officer's Shooting Death By State Trooper
    A judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by the family of late Newington police officer Ciara McDermott against state police, ruling that her 2005 slaying by her former boyfriend, suspended trooper Victor Diaz, "was not foreseeable" by his superior officers....