Middletown market will offer gift giving ideas

November 17, 2018 by  

This is the time of year when many people are hunting for the perfect holiday gift, and a curated group of vendors will be showcasing their products as part of the annual Wadsworth Mansion Holiday Bazaar.

The group of [Read more]

Norwalk shows its love of Christmas

November 14, 2018 by  

Norwalk kids have many events to choose from this holiday season. Two events here in town will be the Shark-diving Santa experience and Mooseltoe.

The Maritime Aquarium will [Read more]

Two Greenwich museums host distinctive exhibits

November 13, 2018 by  

The C. Parker Gallery in Greenwich is currently hosting a photography exhibit of a retrospective of legends in Rock ‘n Roil by Baron Wolman, a well-known photographer for Rolling Stone magazine.

These photographs were on [Read more]

The Village to open thrift boutique in Hartford

November 11, 2018 by  

Volunteer auxiliaries working with The Village for Families & Children have operated thrift stores from over 50 years, and now plan to open another location in Hartford.

The Village is taking over the [Read more]

Local Chamber of Commerce set to salute its members’ success

November 9, 2018 by  

As the members of the Connecticut River Valley Chamber of Commerce mark the passing of another year, a function is being planned for Glastonbury that will celebrate their past and current successes while keeping an [Read more]

Norwich neighbor town debates trash fees

November 8, 2018 by  

Officials on the town council in nearby Montville are reconsidering new waste management fees and may have an informative meeting with the public.

According to [Read more]

Evidence unearthed of early settlers in Wethersfield

November 8, 2018 by  

Wethersfield might be the state’s oldest settlement, with recent archaeological finds hinting that English settlers planted roots in the town.

Public Archaeology Survey Team archaeologist Sarah Sportman said [Read more]

East Haven area artists set to show off their carving skills

November 7, 2018 by  

Sculptors who work in the medium of ice will be transforming over 900lbs of the cold stuff into transparent and glittering sculptures, all while the public looks on.

Everyone from [Read more]

East Haven area tour planned with foodies in mind

November 7, 2018 by  

East Haven foodies will be hitting the road this December to be part of an event that will showcase the area’s culinary scene and the various eateries that call it home.

Stephen Fries, who is [Read more]

Shelton defeats Mercy at soccer championship

November 6, 2018 by  

Last Thursday, November 1, the girls soccer team from Shelton won the Southern Connecticut Conference Championships against Mercy.

After a [Read more]

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