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  • READER SUBMITTED: Susan Campbell To Speak In Tolland May 5

    Susan Campbell, an award-winning journalist and author, will speak Monday, May 5 about her new biography of Isabella Beecher Hooker as part of the Tolland Public Library Foundation's popular Eaton-Dimock-King Authors Series. Campbell, a former longtime...
  • A New Caterer At NBMAA's Cafe

    A New Caterer At NBMAA's Cafe
    New Britain Museum of American Art's executive director Douglas Hyland was getting ready for a trip to Cuba when he found out that Jordan's Caterers, the Cheshire-based food business that ran the museum's successful NBMAA Café on The Park, would be...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Haddam-Killingworth Hall Of Fame Selects Its "Class Of 2014"

    The Haddam-Killingworth Hall of Fame is pleased to announce its inductees for 2014. They will be honored at the Hall of Fame Induction dinner on May 1. Gayle Byrne is the children's librarian at Killingworth Library and has been the driving force...
  • Motorcyclist Seriously Injured In Middletown Crash

    MIDDLETOWN — A 52-year-old man was seriously injured Wednesday when his motorcycle collided with a car on Saybrook Road, police said. Bruce Hall, of Middletown, was riding his motorcycle south on Saybrook Road when a Lexus RX350 turned into his...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Come To A Help Me Grow Community Cafe In Haddam-Killingworth

    The new State of Connecticut Office of Early Childhood is sponsoring a Help Me Grow Campaign in Middlesex County this spring to increase awareness of the critical need for universal developmental screening of children birth to five years of age and...
  • March 23, 2014

    March 23, 2014
    HONORABLE MENTIONS Some days I wish I worked in the Employment Office. -- Paul McDonnell, Simsbury You want me to tell them you close at 3:30? -- Chritopher Torino, West Hartford Wow! You raise the minimum wage and look what happens. -- Bob Ahearn,...
  • Bow Hunting Increases To Highest Levels In State

    Bow Hunting Increases To Highest Levels In State
    Last year appears to have been the first time since Native Americans ruled this land in the early 1600s that more deer were killed with a bow than with a gun. Arrows took down at least 6,046 white-tails; bullets at least 4,340. While state officials say...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Wildflower/Native Plant Talk

    With Spring fast approaching, nature will start to share its beauty through its wildflowers. Master Gardener and Ecologist Gail K. Reynolds will share her knowledge and love of wildflowers that will help people identify what they see locally and in our...
  • Investigation: No Discrimination Found Against Transgender Police Officer

    Investigation: No Discrimination Found Against Transgender Police Officer
    MIDDLETOWN — A city investigation has determined that there is no evidence to support a claim by Officer Francesca Quaranta that she was discriminated against by the police department after she revealed that she was transgender. The report by city...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Invasive Plant Cleanup At Haddam Meadows

    An invasive plant cleanup is planned for Saturday, April 12, 10 a.m. to noon at Haddam Meadows State Park, RT 154, Haddam. The raindate is Saturday, April 19. Organizers are Cheryl Czuba, a Connecticut DEEP Adopt a Park Volunteer and Susan Oehl....
  • READER SUBMITTED: Music Together Of The River Valley Celebrates "Sing With Your Child Month"

    In celebration of Sing With Your Child Month, local Music Together center, Music Together of the River Valley, will present "Inch By Inch, Row By Row," a family sing-along concert on March 29 at 10 a.m. at Grace Church in Old Saybrook to benefit the...