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  • Author Jennifer Weiner Comes Home To CT For March Of Dimes Fundraiser

    Author Jennifer Weiner Comes Home To CT  For March Of Dimes Fundraiser
    It's summer reading time and for many, past beach reads have included such books as "Good In Bed" and "In Her Shoes." But what you might not know is the popular author of those best-selling books, Jennifer Weiner, hails from Simsbury and has a hot-off-...
  • Simsbury AD Tweets About Successful Season, Builds Community Support

    Simsbury AD Tweets About Successful Season, Builds Community Support
    SIMSBURY — With five state championships and six CCC divisional titles this spring, Simsbury Athletic Director Dane Street has had a lot to share on Twitter. "This spring has been tremendous," said Street, who tweeted about the girls' rugby back-...
  • Connecticut's King: Hayes Was A Passionate Voice For Social Justice In Hartford

    Connecticut's King: Hayes Was A Passionate Voice For Social Justice In Hartford
    Just as Martin Luther King Jr. had done a year earlier, King T. Hayes journeyed north from Georgia in the summers of 1945 and 1946 as a student to earn money working in the tobacco fields in Simsbury. And like King, Hayes was struck by the comparative...
  • Simsbury Police Make Second Arrest In May Shooting

    Simsbury Police Make Second Arrest In May Shooting
    SIMSBURY — Police arrested another man Wednesday in connection with the robbery and shooting at Wolcott Woods Condominiums that took place in May. Jevon Collins, 28, of Hartford, was charged with accessory to first-degree assault, conspiracy to...
  • Simsbury Runner Ends High School Career As NE Champion

    Simsbury Runner Ends High School Career As NE Champion
    SIMSBURY — Sarah Mattison, a track and field standout at Simsbury high School, made the last season of her high school career one to remember. The 18-year-old, who also ran cross-country and indoor track, won the 3,200-meter race at the New England...
  • Landmark Building In Downtown Simsbury Makes Room For New Offices

    Landmark Building In Downtown Simsbury Makes Room For New Offices
    SIMSBURY — The Landmark Building, which has been vacant on the main stretch of Hopmeadow Street for about six months, has new owners. David Richman, an insurance broker, and business partner Patrick Felice, a plastic surgeon, purchased the 14,000...
  • Simsbury High Graduates Called 'Earnest, Generous'

     Simsbury High Graduates Called 'Earnest, Generous'
    SIMSBURY — Blessed with clear skies, warm sunshine and a soft breeze, 390 Simsbury High School seniors graduated in an outdoor ceremony at Simsbury Meadows. "All classes have their highlights and strengths, but as I think about this set of...
  • Avon's Towpath School Cupola To Be Restored, Put On Display

    Avon's Towpath School Cupola To Be Restored, Put On Display
    AVON — When the old Towpath School was torn down in 2006, its cupola was saved to remind people of the place where thousands of town students started their education. But it was then locked up in storage and left unseen. That will change,...
  • Avon School Board Helps With Tennis Court Lights

    AVON — The school board has agreed to pay for the electrical connection for lights that a private group plans to buy for Avon Middle School's tennis courts. The decision gives a boost to a project that has been in the works for years. The board,...
  • Saint Francis Hospital, Stop & Shop Teaming Up With Supermarket Clinics

    It's time to roll out the old one-liners about throat cultures in aisle 2, right next to the peanut butter. Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center said Tuesday it will open permanent clinics this fall in Stop & Shop supermarkets in Simsbury and...
  • READER SUBMITTED: American Flag Again Flying Proudly At St. Mary's School

    The American flag is again proudly flying at Saint Mary School thanks to a SMS student and several special volunteers. Luke Doskos, a incoming 6th grader and Tenderfoot Scout with Simsbury Troop 175, was working to complete a scout 2nd class requirement...