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  • Pflaumer Goes 4-For-4 In American Legion Win For Middletown

    Jared Pflaumer was 4-for-4 and had four RBI as Middletown defeated Wallingford 8-0 in the second game of an American Legion Zone 3 doubleheader at Pat Wall Field in Wallingford Sunday. Wallingford (11-11) won the first game 2-1 after Jack Sprafke...
  • Annual Broad Brook Volunteer Fireman's Carnival and Parade

    Annual Broad Brook Volunteer Fireman's Carnival and Parade
    Since about 1910, the Broad Brook Volunteer Fire Department, Station #39, has been holding an annual carnival at the corner of Route 140 and Route 191. It's a staple of summer, whether it's held in August - when kids can see their friends just before...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Hartford Rotary Has A Banner Year

    This past year eleven new members were inducted into The Rotary Club of Hartford, a new Rotaract Club and scholarship program was started at Capital Community College, and a record breaking year of giving to the Rotary Foundation and the Polio Plus...
  • Regional Digest: Sea Dogs Sweep Rock Cats

    Sean Coyle had a two-run homer and two-run single in the first two innings, and the Portland Sea Dogs defeated the Rock Cats 4-2 Saturday in Portland, Maine, to sweep an Eastern League doubleheader. Mike McCarthy allowed three hits in five innings of...
  • Simsbury Opens Two Cooling Centers

    SIMSBURY — The Simsbury Public Library and Eno Memorial Hall will serve as the town's two cooling centers for the summer months. The library is open on Monday through Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 8: 30 p.m. Friday 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturday...
  • Mailbox Vandalism, Car Theft Reported In Simsbury

    SIMSBURY — Police say a rash of vandalism to mailboxes on cul-de-sacs hit Simsbury overnight hours on Thursday and Friday. Sgt. John Durkin said the department received calls about five vandalized mailboxes on Kerr Farm Road and Hearthstone Drive....
  • READER SUBMITTED: Friday Flicks At Simsbury Public Library

    Looking for a way to get out of the heat and have some fun? Try "Friday Flicks" at the Simsbury Public Library, 725 Hopmeadow St. Every Friday, the Library offers free movies starting at 1 p.m.. Information about the movies can be found on http://www....
  • READER SUBMITTED: Learn To Download Books For Free On Your Kindle

    Kindle guru Gita Agrawal is offering small group instruction for 2 people at a time at the Simsbury Public Library, 725 Hopmeadow St. to learn to download free e-books available through the Library to the Kindle. One-hour appointments between 1and 3 p.m....
  • READER SUBMITTED: Sit And Stitch Needlework Group

    Are you working on a needlework or knitting project and need some inspiration? Bring your project to work on and share ideas while you enjoy the company of other crafters. This drop-in group will be held on Friday July 11 and 25, 10:30-11:30 a.m. at the...
  • Rain Dampens Fourth Of July Celebrations, But Weekend Will Be Sunny, Warm

    Rain Dampens Fourth Of July Celebrations, But Weekend Will Be Sunny, Warm
    Connecticut's soggy Independence Day will give way to a glorious Saturday and Sunday. Skies will be sunny, humidity will be lower and temperatures will be in the low 80s, FOX CT Meteorologist Matt Scott said. "It's going to be perfect," Scott said...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Simsbury High Graduates 19 Eagles

    Recently Simsbury High school graduated 395 students in the Class of 2014. What made this an extra special day is that 19 members of this class have earned their Eagle rank in the Boy Scouts of America. An additional two scouts began with the class and...