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  • Writer's Weekend At Twain House

    Writer's Weekend At Twain House
    The 3rd Annual Writers' Weekend, three days of talks, workshops and book signings by authors, poets and playwrights, takes place Friday Saturday and Sunday, April 25 to 27, at the Mark Twain House & Museum Center, 351 Farmington Ave., Hartford. Friday's...
  • Two Gubernatorial Candidates Owe Back Taxes

     Two Gubernatorial Candidates Owe Back Taxes
    They want to take charge of the state government and its $22 billion annual budget, but they haven't been able to pay some of their own personal bills — including state or federal taxes. That's true of two of the seven candidates for governor in...
  • Gold Star Groundbreaking

    The Connecticut Trees of Honor Memorial groundbreaking was held on Holy Thursday at the Veterans Memorial Park in Middletown. Sixty-five flowering trees, including dogwoods and cherry, will be planted and named, one tree for each of the Connecticut...
  • Two Women Accused Of 'Open House' Burglaries In Several Towns

    SOUTHINGTON — Two women charged last week with stealing nearly $6,700 in jewelry during a Southington open house tour in 2013 face similar charges in Guilford, Glastonbury and Fairfield and may the “open-house bandits” a Realtor group...
  • A Garden Cemetery On The Hill In Middletown Gets A Restoration Grant

    A Garden Cemetery On The Hill In Middletown Gets A Restoration Grant
    — Tom D'Aquila, president of the Indian Hill Cemetery Association, likes to tell people that the Keynesian economist John Kenneth Galbraith was 6-feet, 8-inches tall. Galbraith, who died 2006 at the age of 97, was married to Catherine Merriam...
  • READER SUBMITTED: "Sowing Seeds" Project To Launch

    A ceremony has been scheduled at Van Buren Moody Elementary School to mark the official launch of "Sowing Seeds," a project to convert the school's two courtyards into outdoor classrooms dedicated to environmental education. The groundbreaking is...
  • Former Middletown Councilman Klattenberg Retires

    MIDDLETOWN — After 20 years in local politics, including eight terms as a city councilman, Ronald Klattenberg has retired and will move to Cape Cod later this month. Klattenberg, 66, was chairman of the Eckersley Hall Building Committee, which...
  • Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against Middletown PZC Over Zoning Code Amendment

    MIDDLETOWN — A Superior Court judge Thursday dismissed a High Street resident's lawsuit appealing a 2013 change in the zoning code by the planning and zoning commission. Jennifer and Jared Proto filed a lawsuit in April 2013 contesting the...
  • Russell Library In Middletown To Host Continuing Education Info Session April 24

    MIDDLETOWN — Russell Library will host a free session on continuing education options on Thursday, April 24 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Advisers from Trinity College, Middlesex Community College and the University of Hartford will give presentations...
  • GOP Chief Seeks Probe Of DOT, Malloy Friend

    The state's Republican chairman said Tuesday that Gov. Dannel P. Malloy should call for an investigation into the state Department of Transportation – now that a company working on a major highway project has fired and is suing a top executive for...
  • Warrant: Father Admits To Police He Hurt His Infant Daughter

    Warrant: Father Admits To Police He Hurt His Infant Daughter
    HARTFORD — Marcus Rooks was preparing to take his 2-month-old daughter Adore Daniels to visit his mother Sunday evening when the baby became fussy. The baby's mother, Lavasha Outlaw, had left Adore in Rooks' care while she went to work. Rooks, 32,...