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Farmington (Hartford, Connecticut)

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  • Harry F. Reid Jr., synthetic lubricant expert

    Harry F. Reid Jr., synthetic lubricant expert
    Harry F. Reid Jr., who was internationally known for his work with synthetic lubricants, died Nov. 17 of pneumonia at Carroll Hospice's Dove House in Westminster. He was 96. Harry Fairfax Reid Jr. was born and raised in Baltimore and graduated in 1935...
  • Columbia tech company Lotame Solutions gets $5.5 million loan

    Columbia tech company Lotame Solutions gets $5.5 million loan
    Columbia-based technology company Lotame Solutions Inc. has been awarded a $5.5 million venture loan that's expected to help boost sales and marketing. The loan came from Horizon Technology Finance Corp. The Farmington, Conn., finance company provides...
  • Dorothy I. Levin, 86, gave support to Maryland's growing theater scene

    Dorothy I. Levin, 86, gave support to Maryland's growing theater scene
    Dorothy I. Levin, a longtime Columbia resident who was known for her colorful personality and lively parties for members of the burgeoning dinner theater scene in Maryland, died Monday in her home after a lengthy battle with Alzheimer's disease. She was...
  • Margery K. Reid, volunteer

    Margery K. Reid, a retired secretary and volunteer, died of a stroke Tuesday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. She was 89. Margery McShane was born in Baltimore and raised in Bolton Hill. She was a 1938 graduate of Western High School and the...
  • When it's too hot to trot

    Will Graustein describes himself as a "fair-weather runner" who avoids exercising in brutal heat. On the other hand, he finds he competes pretty well in crummy weather, from blizzards to heat waves. Graustein, 40, of Harwinton, is president of the...
  • Regional Digest: Rock Cats Split Doubleheader

    Rock Cats Gain Split The Rock Cats split a day-night doubleheader against the Flying Squirrels in Richmond Tuesday. In the first game, the completion of a game suspended on May 22, the Flying Squirrels used a four-run fourth inning to beat the Rock...
  • Newington Officer Draws Gun On Approaching Driver

    NEWINGTON -- A police officer aimed his service weapon at a speeding car that was threatening to run him down early Saturday morning, according to a police report. Seeing the officer aiming his firearm at him, the driver, Francisco Albino, 20, of...
  • Esty Seeks Support For Farmington River 'Wild And Scenic' Bill

    SIMSBURY — U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty, D-5th District, appealed to officials and environmental groups Monday for help in building support for a bill that would give federal wild and scenic designation to part of the Farmington River. Esty met in town...
  • West Hartford Police Charge Three With Armed Robbery, Home Invasion

    West Hartford Police Charge Three With Armed Robbery, Home Invasion
    WEST HARTFORD — Two men and a woman were arrested early Monday and charged in a string of crimes that began late Sunday night, police said. Police received a report at about 9:30 p.m. Sunday night of a man being robbed at gunpoint by two men and...
  • Jackson Laboratories Brings Opportunities To High School, College Students

    Farmington High School is one of the first schools in Connecticut to partner with Jackson Laboratories to develop a science curriculum that includes introducing students to using genetics to treat disease. "We want to introduce high school teachers...
  • UConn Med Students Make Cross-Country Trek For Leukemia

    FARMINGTON — Two University of Connecticut medical students returned to Farmington recently after a 54-day, 3,900-mile cross-country trek to raise money for leukemia research. Town resident Jonathan Kobles and Greg Kirby of Madison took part in the...
  • New Britain Won't Sell Patton Brook Well To Southington

    NEW BRITAIN — The town of Southington won't get the Patton Brook well for $1.2 million, the city council decided by a close vote Wednesday night. Mayor Erin Stewart's administration pushed hard to get approval for the proposed sale, arguing that...