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Making Connections in a Caring Community
Abby Roccapriore has lived—and been an active participant—in Clinton for more than a decade, though she’s not likely to ever escape her regional roots. Abby is part of the Waterhouse family, which helped found the Town of Chester.
Man tries to pay with counterfeit money at CT Dunkin' Donuts
MADISON, CT (WFSB) - A report of counterfeit money being used at a local business in Madison has state police seeking a suspect. The complaint was made at the Dunkin' Donuts on the Interstate 95 northbound rest area back on Oct. 25.
Pierson Closure Timeline Includes Commemoration
The Clinton Board of Education has announced the timeline for the closing of the Abraham Pierson School and realigning the district for the 2019-’20 school year. The timeline, which includes everything from planning when the trucks arrive to a commemoration for the retiring school, was announced at
Mark Segal: Traveling West to Discover the East
Distinct Realms, a solo art exhibit with works by Connecticut artist Mark Segal, opens on Thursday, Dec. 13 and runs through Wednesday, Feb. 6 at Madison Art Cinemas. The exhibit features Chinese brush paintings in a collection that’s as global as the artist himself.
An All-Apps Party, Perfect for Some Easy Fun
An appetizer-only party, during the holidays and particularly for New Year’s Eve, is a great way to entertain and something that is increasingly popular, particularly during the busy holiday season.
East Lyme murder suspect set to face a judge
NEW LONDON, CT (WFSB) - A man accused of killing a woman he was in a relationship with is scheduled to make his first court appearance on Wednesday. Avery Hallbrooks, 28, was arrested on Tuesday.
Dance Performance collects almost 400 toys for charity
The Dance Corner, of Killingworth, CT, presented its tenth annual performance of the Winter Follies: A Celebration of the Seasons Through Song and Dance on Saturday, December 9th at the Andrews Memorial Town Hall Auditorium in Clinton, CT.
Madison BOE Puts Forward Budget Assumptions
Budget season is here again. On Dec. 4, the Madison Board of Education (BOE) approved its fiscal year 2019-’20 budget assumptions, a document that helps guide budget priorities as hard numbers fall into place in the coming weeks. While assumptions are used and approved each year, this year’s documen
State picks nine new marijuana dispensaries
HARTFORD — The state Department of Consumer Protection on Tuesday announced the approval of nine new dispensary locations in a virtual doubling of the medical marijuana program, including Stamford, Westport, Meriden and New Haven, to serve the nearly 30,450 patients.
In Westbrook, An Hour of Code Toward a Lifetime of Skill
Westbrook Middle School (WMS) celebrated all things computing last week with a school-wide Hour of Code, part a global endeavor to get kids to try coding for one hour. The event took place Dec. 5 during Computer Science Education Week.
Beautiful Lakefront Home For Sale In Madison
MADISON, CT -- This house located at 12 Dogwood Lane is currently on the market for $489,900, according to Realtor.com. Features: Beautiful lakefront setting on a private cul de sac minutes to downtown Madison schools and beaches. Open floor plan and gleaming hardwood floors throughout the home. Enj
Weeks after the California fires, a woman and her loyal dogs are reunited where their home once stood
Dogs’ loyalty to their masters and homes are the stuff of legend. And here’s more heartwarming proof. It’s a dog story with a happy ending from the site of California’s Camp Fire, which started November 8 and eventually killed 85 people and destroyed thousands of homes.
Guilford's Band Director Named Among Best In U.S.: Magazine
Every year, school band members march in precision at football games and parades, or perform moving overtures as part of orchestra performances. The bands don't get there by accident — they're guided by band directors.
Guilford Police to Residents of Town: Are We Doing a Good Job?
GUILFORD, CT - The Guilford police department is asking residents to rate the performance of the police department. Here is what the police have to say on their Facebook page:. The Guilford Police Department is currently conducting its biennial citizen satisfaction survey.
Man Found Guilty In Fatal New Haven Stabbing
NEW HAVEN, CT — City man Daniel Streit was found guilty of first-degree manslaughter after a fatal stabbing outside of APT Foundation in 2017. Streit stabbed Keith Wylie, 51, of New Haven to death. New Haven Police found Streit on another street and took him into custody after witnesses gave descrip
Suspect in deadly East Lyme stabbing still on the loose
EAST LYME, CT (WFSB) -- A young woman is dead after having been stabbed Monday night in a motel on the shoreline. East Lyme Police are still on the search for her killer. Officers were called to the Starlight Inn just after 10 p.m. on Monday for the report of a woman having been stabbed several time
Fatal Stabbing Under Investigation In East Lyme: Report
EAST LYME, CT — A woman was killed in a stabbing Monday night in East Lyme, and police are searching for the suspect, writes Fox 61. The incident, which was reported at about 10:30 p.m., occurred at the Starlight Inn on Flanders Road. The Day reports that authorities have not yet released the identi
Meriden Man Arrested For DUI At McDonald's Drive-Through
MERIDEN, CT - A local man faces charges after he pulled into a Wallingford McDonald's drive-through while intoxicated Saturday night, according to the Meriden Record-Journal. Erik Gonzalez, 39, was charged with driving under the influence and drinking while driving.
Sally's Apizza celebrates 80 years with free pizza offer
NEW HAVEN, CT (WFSB) - Sally's Apizza in New Haven is marking its 80th anniversary in the Elm City by offering free pizza to every two dine-in guests. It's one of two "thank you" events to customers, the first of which is happening on Monday and applies to "public servants."
Man Grabs Woman By Hair, Neck, Pulls Her From Car: Milford PD
MILFORD, CT — A New Haven man is accused of grabbing a woman by the hair and forcibly removing her from a car, Milford Police said. On Dec. 9, police responded to a Woodmont Road motel on a report of a possible domestic violence incident, police said. Investigation led to the arrest of Troy Holtzer,