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  • Wethersfield Police Searching For Owner Of Dog Found On Berlin Turnpike

    Wethersfield Police Searching For Owner Of Dog Found On Berlin Turnpike
    WETHERSFIELD — Police are looking for the owner of a small white dog found on the side of the Berlin Turnpike near Cedar Hill Cemetery Monday morning. The dog was found scared and hungry around 6:30 a.m. across the road from the Jordan Lane...
  • 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...
  • When Forests Covered The Connecticut Landscape

    When Forests Covered The Connecticut Landscape
    In 1600, what was to become Connecticut was essentially nothing but trees. "If it isn't a rock outcrop, and it isn't a wetland or water body, and it isn't a bald patch on a coastal dune, it is all forest," said Robert M. Thorson, a University of...
  • Wednesday's Schedule

    Amateur Baseball Greater Hartford Twilight League          WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE Vernon Orioles at Meriden Merchants, 6 p.m. Connecticut Collegiate Baseball League WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE Glastonbury at Tobacco Valley, 7 p.m. Manchester at...
  • READER SUBMITTED: CRIS Radio Volunteers Honored At Governor's Mansion

    CRIS Radio volunteers were recently honored for their long-standing service at a reception held at the Governor's Mansion in Hartford. CRIS Radio, a 36-year old nonprofit and Connecticut's only radio reading service for people who are blind or print...
  • READER SUBMITTED: "Food For Fines" At Wethersfield Library

    Wethersfield Library users will be able to pay off their overdue fines this summer by bringing in non-perishable food items to donate to the Wethersfield Food Bank. These are the foods most needed: canned beans, boxed macaroni and cheese, canned fruit,...
  • Hartford Residents, Divided On Rock Cats Stadium Plan, Criticize Deal, Job Estimates

     Hartford Residents, Divided On Rock Cats Stadium Plan, Criticize Deal, Job Estimates
    HARTFORD — City residents fumed Wednesday over what they called a lack of transparency and inflated job and visitor projections for a proposed minor league baseball stadium in Hartford. The more than 250 residents who attended a hearing at the...
  • Wethersfield Historical Society's Plans For Prison Exhibit Hit Bump

    WETHERSFIELD — The Wethersfield Historical Society's long-planned exhibit on the former Connecticut State Prison may be in jeopardy. A potential funding source fell through, leaving the society short of money as the Sept. 17 opening date...
  • Hartford Gas Leak Plugged, South End Roads Remain Closed

    HARTFORD — A crew has stopped a leak that forced police to shut down South End streets at lunchtime Thursday. The leak happened shortly before noon, when a construction crew on Wethersfield Avenue hit a gas main. Several streets were closed to...
  • Bliss Market In Wethersfield Closes

    Bliss Market In Wethersfield Closes
    WETHERSFIELD — Bliss Market, a grocery and fine food store in business since the 1930s, has closed and is unlikely to reopen, Planning and Economic Development Director Peter Gillespie said Wednesday. "It's disappointing, given the history of the...
  • Tree Ruling Protects Against Overzealous Trimming

    Though environmentalists feel it didn't go far enough, the state's recent ruling on tree trimming by utility companies injects balance and common sense into the process. After the major storms of 2011 and 2012 wreaked havoc with the state's power...