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  • Emergency Response Teams Compete At Simsbury 'SWAT Challenge'

    SIMSBURY — Five members of the Meriden SWAT team crawled under electrically-charged wires, climbed onto a teammate's back to get over a 6-foot barrier, then knocked down a wooden door as part of the 10th Annual CT SWAT Challenge. During the...
  • Tolland football looking for big improvements

    Tolland football looking for big improvements
    Tolland's new football coach is no stranger. Pat Cox is also Tolland's Athletic Director and has coached the team in the past. Cox said the Eagles have a lot of work to do to improve on a dismal 1-10 season in 2013, but there is a lot to look forward...
  • 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 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...
  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • Shad Row In Rocky Hill Looks To Expand, After Successful First Season

    ROCKY HILL – The weather was rainy, business was slow and Shad Row owner Jenna Cavalieri wondered if she'd made a mistake opening her first restaurant at the well-worn seasonal eatery site at Ferry Park. "The first couple weeks were on and off. I...
  • Regional Digest: Rock Cats' Vasquez Pitches 7-Inning No-Hitter

    Righthander Virgil Vasquez pitched a seven-inning no-hitter in the nightcap and Reynaldo Rodriguez hit three homers on the day as the Rock Cats defeated the Harrisburg Senators 5-1 and 9-0 on Saturday in an Eastern League doubleheader in New Britain....
  • Joining Veterans For Foley

    I am a World War II veteran at the Veterans Home in Rocky Hill. I love spending my remaining days here. I am well taken care of. We have just received a new administrator who is doing an excellent job in spite of the Department of Veterans Affairs...
  • Brooklawn Defeats RCP In American Legion World Series Opener

    Defending champion Brooklawn, N.J., defeated Rocky Hill-Cromwell-Portland 9-1 Thursday in the opening game of the American Legion World Series in Shelby, N.C. Tyler Mondile pitched six innings for the winners, allowing three hits and one run. RCP had...
  • Naubuc's new assistant principal looks forward to challenge

    Students at Naubuc Elementary School will see a new face when classes begin on Aug. 28. Mary Sulla, a resident of Rocky Hill, is a 24-year educator and has taught every grade level between 1-5. Sulla began her carreer in Sherman, before moving to...