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  • Embark On A Brisk Hike To The Heublein Tower

    Embark On A Brisk Hike To The Heublein Tower
    The deep freeze hasn't set in just yet, so take to the trails while the weather holds. Talcott Mountain State Park, on the Bloomfield-Simsbury line, is one of the few parks open year round.  Visitors can embark on a brisk 1.25 mile hike to the beautiful...
  • The Hair Loft of Avon

    The Hair Loft of Avon
    Maura Fitzgerald went from client to owner of the Hair Loft in Avon almost without thinking. A patron of the salon for six years, Fitzgerald was sitting for a manicure when she heard the owners “talking about doing something with the business,&...
  • Car Show for a Cause

    A great turnout at the Valley Collector Car Club's annual benefit show in July raised $9,000 dollars that the club will donate to 17 local charities. The Simsbury-based club had an estimated 2,500 spectators at its Annual Charity Benefit Car Show on July...
  • Chrysler 200 Convertible

    Chrysler 200  Convertible
    The 2007 redesign of the Chrysler Sebring produced mixed results, and the car was far from compelling. If you drove one, it was probably a rental. But Chrysler overhauled the Sebring for 2011, renaming it the Chrysler 200. Wherever you look, the...
  • Local Auto Dealership Information

    De Cormier Nissan George F. De Cormier was born on February 7, 1918 in Longmeadow, Mass.  He attended Springfield schools, and graduated from Commerce High.  He met his wife, Wilhelmina while in second grade.  They were married just after World War II...
  • Volvo XC60

    By Jim MacPherson With its abundance of safety features, it can be easy to lose sight of the actual car when evaluating the Volvo XC60. Among those safety measures available include active cruise control with “Queue Assist,” which stops...
  • In The Name Of Amor, A Vegan Food Truck Is Born

    In The Name Of Amor, A Vegan Food Truck Is Born
    Gabriella daSilva-Taylor has been a vegetarian since before birth, dating back to her vegetarian mother's pregnancy. Later, she discovered she had an allergy to eggs, which left plenty of foods off-limits, including birthday cake. But instead of feeling...
  • Did You Know? Three Facts About Every Connecticut Town

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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...
  • Track And Field Project Delayed At Simsbury High School

    Track And Field Project Delayed At Simsbury High School
    SIMSBURY — The running track and artificial turf athletic field at Simsbury High School will be closed until late September because of renovations, said school Business Manager Burke LaClair. He said the schools tried to complete the project...
  • Kelly Whaley Dominates Amateur Field

    WALLINGFORD – Kelly Whaley's tap-in birdie putt at the par-5 18th hole Wednesday symbolized her dominance at the Connecticut State Women's Amateur Championship. From her opening tee shot to final putt, Whaley ran away with her third championship....