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  • Business Group Rallies Against Proposed Ban On Temporary Signs In Newington

    Business Group Rallies Against Proposed Ban On Temporary Signs In Newington
    NEWINGTON — The chamber of commerce is concerned about a proposed zoning amendment prohibiting temporary signs in all business districts except downtown. Chamber President Theresa Gogluicci said Thursday that the business group is worried about...
  • 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...
  • New Principal At Elizabeth Green Elementary School In Newington

    NEWINGTON -- Elizabeth Green Elementary School has a new leader. James Marciano took over Tuesday as the new principal at the pre-kindergarten-to-fourth-grade school, according to Superintendent of Schools William C. Collins. "We're excited to have...
  • Newington Camp Counselor Charged With Choking Camper

    Newington Camp Counselor Charged With Choking Camper
    NEWINGTON — A camp counselor at a town-run camp has been fired and charged by police after he allegedly placing his hands around the throat of an 8-year-old camper, police said. Another staff member witnessed the incident on Monday, went to the aid...
  • McDonald's Sues To Lower Newington Tax Assessment

    NEWINGTON — McDonald's isn't loving its tax assessment. The fast food giant sued the town late last month to lower the assessment on its restaurant at 2355 Berlin Turnpike. The action called the current value "grossly excessive, disproportionate...
  • Thumbs Up For Senators, Down For Senate

    Thumbs up to U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal and U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney of Connecticut, both of whom have fought hard for student-loan relief for students and their families. Thanks in part to their efforts, President Obama recently signed an executive order...
  • Opening The Export Door To Connecticut Firms

    Cooper Atkins of Middlefield was recently presented with President Obama's "E" Award for Exports by U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker. The 129-year-old company produces high-tech time, temperature and humidity instruments for the food and health care...
  • New Britain High School Students Wins Award For Pinocchio Performance

    NEW BRITAIN - Student Julia Leitao of New Britain High School won a Halo Award for theater excellence, the school system reported. The awards are sponsored by the Seven Angels Theatre in Waterbury. On May 28, the school's production team along with 20...
  • Kevin Hunt: Pay Tax Now Or You Will Be Arrested: Is This The IRS?

    Kevin Hunt: Pay Tax Now Or You Will Be Arrested: Is This The IRS?
    Tax season has ended, but not for scammers. This year's strain of tax-related phone scams with callers identifying themselves as Internal Revenue Service representatives has elicited warnings in recent weeks from the state attorney general, state...
  • American Legion Supports Homeless Veterans' Program

    American Legion Supports Homeless Veterans' Program
    When you think of war veterans, the thought of homelessness is not usually the first thing that comes to mind. Yet, many veterans fall into that sometimes invisible category of people - the kind of people that live under bridges, in alleyways, and in...
  • Lady Tomahawks Just Miss Perfect Season

    Lady Tomahawks Just Miss Perfect Season
    The Glastonbury girls’ lacrosse team had a tremendous season that just came up one game short, as the Tomahawks lost to the Darien Blue Wave, 13-9 in the state Class L finals on June 14. After a perfect 16-0 regular season, the Tomahawks were...