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Windsor Locks

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  • Good Neighbor

    NEW QUESTIONS: CANNING JARS: An Enfield reader is interested in canning jars with screw-on lids, in any size. Will pick up. PAINTING: A Windsor reader wants painting jobs for elderly ladies or couples in the Windsor, Windsor Locks and Suffield areas....
  • READER SUBMITTED: Historic Fram & Market "New England Cuisine"

    It's green vegetable season in New England and the August episode of "New England Cuisine" will be celebrating when host Chef Chris Prosperi welcomes Joe O'Grady, farm manager from Holcomb Farm in West Granby and Jill O' Coin, pastry chef and bakery...
  • Campers get to know future NBA star Shabazz Napier

    The All Pro Sports Shabazz Napier Camp was in full force on July 28. Napier hosted the camp and taught fundamentals of basketball to youth. "I'm letting them know this is basketball and it's made to be fun," said Napier. "Later on in life they'll...
  • WFSB Takes Avon Officials To Court Over Denial Of Plans For Doppler

    AVON — Members of the planning and zoning commission improperly relied on personal knowledge rather than experts when they rejected WFSB's request to put a weather radar system on Deercliff Road, the station argues in court documents filed earlier...
  • 'Telescope Nuts & Bolts' workshop introduces kids to astronomy

    Local telescope expert Bill Fournier presented a "Telescope Nuts and Bolts" workshop for kids at the Windsor Locks Public Library on July 24. The Jet Propulsion Laboratory and NASA ambassador brought his various telescopes to introduce the world of...
  • Farmington Red Cross Needs Donors

    FARMINGTON — The American Red Cross needs blood, badly. Over the past 11 weeks in Connecticut, blood donations to the Red Cross are down about 8.5 percent, said Steve Mavica, a communications manager for the American Red Cross. That equates to...
  • Windsor Food Bank hires its first executive director

    The Windsor Food and Fuel Bank has hired a part-time executive director for the first time in its history. The food bank in Windsor serves hundreds of local residents and conducts several types of outreach programs to put nutritious food into the hands of...
  • Youth leadership camp provides job skills for teens

    Parents with children of a certain age often begin to wonder what to do with their young teens during the summertime. They are too old for summer camp and too young for a job, but many parents don't want to leave them at home all day. The Youth...
  • Bradley Airport Will Start Demolition Of Terminal B In August

    Bradley Airport Will Start Demolition Of Terminal B In August
    In the next year and a half, the second terminal at Bradley International Airport will be carefully disassembled, removing from sight the long-closed facility that many have called an eyesore on the gateway to New England. Kevin A. Dillon, executive...
  • Metro Hartford Attractive To Foreign Firms

    Greater Hartford has a higher concentration of jobs at foreign-owned firms than two-thirds of the nation's biggest urban areas, according to a study from Brookings Institution released Friday. Fairfield County has the highest proportion of jobs at...
  • Still Time To Get The Kids In Summer Camp

    Still Time To Get The Kids In Summer Camp
    Toward the end of the school year, we're really looking forward to those long, lazy days of summer. But perhaps all too soon you'll realize you should have planned something to keep the kids, and yourself, from going crazy. No worries. There are still...