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The Hartford CourantTo Republicans, this week's special election for a state House seat in rural northeastern Connecticut was a referendum on Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's budgetary policies. To gun rights advocates, the race turned on the politics of the 2nd...
EssexThe Essex Art Association announces a new show "Joyful." The opening reception is June 28, from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. and the public is welcome. This is an open show and features the artwork of any artist over the age of 18 who wishes to submit work. Open daily...
Tags: Arts and Culture
READER SUBMITTED: Sen. Art Linares, Rep. Christie Carpino Applaud Passage Of Bill To Boost Marine IndustryPortlandSen. Art Linares and Rep. Christie Carpino applauded the Connecticut State Senate's May 31 passage of a bill which will provide a boost to Connecticut's marine industry. The bill: Extends the length of time that boats stored during the winter are...
Tags: Boats, Business, Politics, Government, Crime, Law and Justice
INLAND CHANNEL CATFISH DEEP conducted its annual catfish stocking this week. A total of 5,700 adult catfish and 15,800 yearling catfish were stocked into 20 water bodies scattered throughout the state. The adult catfish were released into five of...
Tags: Riverton, Enfield, East Haddam, Catfish, Fishing
The Hartford CourantAn equipment fire at a factory sent four employees to the hospital, according to officials. The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection was called in because of the possibility that toxic gas had been released during the fire, fire officials...
READER SUBMITTED: Copper Beech Inn Re-Opens With Acclaimed International Chef Gaspar Stantic At HelmEssexThe renowned and elegant Copper Beech Inn, located in the Connecticut River Valley in the Ivoryton section of Essex, recently celebrated its re-opening to begin a new chapter in its long tradition for superb and innovative cuisine and gracious...
If you were to come up with a lobbying Dream Team to defend genetically modified organisms (GMOs) against hordes of foodie reformers, it would probably look a lot like the one that's been operating for months at our state Capitol. And apparently...
HIGH SCHOOLS Baseball Region A quarterfinals: Division 2: No. 6 Lancaster at No. 3 Windsor, 5 No. 5 Essex at No. 4 Mathews, 5 Division 1: No. 6 Middlesex at No. 3 Colonial Beach, 5 No. 5 Franklin at No. 4 West Point, 4 Softball Eastern Region...
The Hartford CourantLooking for the place to go this summer as you cruise around the state? Head to Niantic! The coastline community was named the first ”Fan Favorite” at the Connecticut Conference on Tourism Industry Forum Tuesday at the Connecticut...
1) Burning of the Ships Day, Connecticut River Museum, 67 Main St., Essex, (860) 767-8269. Sat., May. 11, 2 p.m. ctrivermuseum.org. Lawn activities are free. 2) True Colors 5K, Wickham Park, 1329 West Middle Tpke., Manchester, (860) 652-8866. Sun., May....
James C. Constable, a retired businessman and World War II veteran, died March 7 of heart failure at his Essex, Conn., home. He was 96. James Cheston Constable, the son of the founder of the Baltimore law firm Wright, Constable & Skeen and a homemaker,...
Tags: Heart Failure, Port Deposit, Lyme, Christianity, Greenwich
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