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Bigelow Hollow State Park

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  • Middletown Man Sentenced To Three Years In Drunken Boating Crash That Killed Best Friend

    VERNON — Michael Antol lost a lot two years ago when he revved the engine of his 90-horsepower bass boat while drunk, slamming into the shore of a lake in Union. He lost his best friend and business partner, and he eventually lost his health. On...
  • Now's The Time To Use Try Out Those Snowshoes

    Now's The Time To Use Try Out Those Snowshoes
    No excuses. There is plenty of snow, the best in many years for snowshoeing. After all, the whole point of snowshoes is to make it possible to walk in deep snow. You received snowshoes for Christmas? Or maybe you got them for Christmas last winter,...
  • State Parks

    State Park Guide Despite its small size, the Nutmeg State still has plenty of places to hike, swim, fish-- and much more! Ashley Balogh Fox 61's Daytrippers are providing you with a one-stop guide to our great state parks! American Legion/ Peoples...
  • Glacial Rock Highlights Mansfield's Wolf Rock Preserve

    A huge boulder sits perched on the side of a 40-foot cliff like some giant placed it there eons ago. It's a must-see sight within the 95-acre preserve owned by Joshua's Tract Conservation and Historic Trust. The large circular boulder, a remnant of the...
  • Union

    ORIGINS: Land sold in 1720 by the Connecticut General Assembly to 12 proprietors to raise money for Yale College. It was settled in 1727 by Presbyterians from Ireland. Union was incorporated as a town in 1734. NAME: Once called "Union lands" or "Union...