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  • Former Bridgeport Man Charged With Unemployment Fraud

    NEW BRITAIN — A former Bridgeport resident accused of fraudulently collecting more than $18,000 in unemployment benefits was arraigned in Superior Court Tuesday, according to the Chief State's Attorney's office. Tyiwaine Drake, 29, who now lives in...
  • Rocky Hill Officials Consider Moratorium On Multi-Family Developments

    ROCKY HILL – The town council has asked the planning and zoning commission to consider a moratorium on new multi-family housing proposals pending revision of the town's plan of the development and zoning regulations. The resolution, adopted by 6-3,...
  • READER SUBMITTED: 7th Annual Charity Golf Event

    On Sept. 23, Feed the People Charity will have their 7th Annual Golf Tournament at Quarry Ridge Golf Course in Portland. All proceeds to benefit St. Vincent DePaul of Middletown, South Park Inn in Hartford and the Rocky Hill Food Bank. Registration for...
  • Board Questions Proposed Expansion Of Shad Row Eatery

    ROCKY HILL – A proposal to expand a seasonal outdoor eatery on the Connecticut River waterfront drew mixed reviews during a public hearing before members of the planning and zoning commission. "I'm just trying to bring something awesome to Rocky...
  • Rocky Hill Approves Purchase Of Development Rights For Historic Farm

    Rocky Hill Approves Purchase Of Development Rights For Historic Farm
    ROCKY HILL – With the blessing of two former mayors, and three generations of the Hayes family looking on, the town council unanimously approved an ordinance to buy the development rights of the historic family farm. The $2 million deal, voted...
  • Did You Know? Three Facts About Every Connecticut Town

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  • Chief State's Attorney: Bloomfield Woman Charged With Fraud

    BLOOMFIELD — A Bloomfield woman was arrested Tuesday and charged with fraudulently collecting more than $8,000 in unemployment benefits. Inspectors arrested Mia C. Abbott, 38, of Arthur Drive at the Bloomfield Police Department, charging her with...
  • Northwest Catholic Student Musicians To Play With National Ensembles

    Northwest Catholic Student Musicians To Play With National Ensembles
    WEST HARTFORD — Two trumpeters from Northwest Catholic High School have been selected to perform at the Grand Ole Opry in October. Senior Justin Drisdelle of Rocky Hill and sophomore Sarah Jessen of Winsted have been selected by the National...
  • READER SUBMITTED: All Things Ellington Annual Fundraiser

    "ALL THINGS ELLINGTON" ANNUAL FUNDRAISER BY THE ELLINGTON WOMEN'S CLUB The All Things Ellington fundraiser presented by the Ellington Women's Club will be held on Saturday, Sept. 13, featuring the Ellington Farmer's Market. All proceeds contribute...
  • Malloy Touts Transportation Spending

    WETHERSFIELD - For the past three decades, Connecticut governors have touted the amount of money they have spent on transportation. After the Mianus River Bridge collapsed and killed three motorists on Interstate 95 in Cos Cob in 1983, Gov. William A. O'...
  • For aging inmates, care outside prison walls

    WASHINGTON Providing health care to an aging prison population is a large and growing cost for states. Not only do inmates develop debilitating conditions at a younger age than people who are not incarcerated, but caring for them in the harsh...