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Windsor (Hartford, Connecticut)

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  • Chemistry program mixes education with fun

    Kids aren't squeamish when it comes to playing scientist for a day. They're happy to whip up a bowl of slime, mix it with a popsicle stick, stretch it like "silly putty," and take it home in a plastic bag for more fun and adventure, scientist-style. This...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Hear Me Roar - Aurora Women And Girls Dragon Boat Race

    The Aurora Women and Girls Foundation, Inc. will be participating in the Riverfront Recapture Dragon Boat Race on Saturday, Aug. 16, by hosting the only all-female boat raising funds for women and girls in the greater Hartford community. The rowers...
  • New Owners Of Fuel Cell Firm Hiring Workers, Naming South Windsor Its Headquarters

    The South Korean company that bought fuel cell operations from the bankrupt ClearEdge Power said it plans to make South Windsor its headquarters and hire more than a hundred workers by the end of next year. Doosan Corporation, the Asian industrial...
  • Democratic Incumbents Facing Primary Challenges

    HARTFORD – Political incumbents are traditionally well-loved in their hometowns, but sometimes that is not the case for all. Next week, eight Democratic incumbents in the state legislature are facing challenges for their seats in the August 12...
  • Lt. Governor Pick Could Make Or Break Republican Ticket

    Lt. Governor Pick Could Make Or Break Republican Ticket
    Either Thomas Foley or John McKinney, Republican candidates for governor competing in the Aug. 12 party primary, would enter the fall campaign against incumbent Democrat Dannel P. Malloy with a strong chance of victory. Republican primary voters could...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Historic Fram & Market "New England Cuisine"

    It's green vegetable season in New England and the August episode of "New England Cuisine" will be celebrating when host Chef Chris Prosperi welcomes Joe O'Grady, farm manager from Holcomb Farm in West Granby and Jill O' Coin, pastry chef and bakery...
  • Plainville Farmers Market In Summer Harvest Mode

    PLAINVILLE – Corn, squash and other produce ripe from mid-summer sun were the big sellers Friday as the weekly farmers market here hit its halfway mark since its June opening. "Squash, tomatoes, corn, cukes. These were going like crazy as soon as...
  • Churches Were The Pillars Around Which State's Towns Were Built

     Churches Were The Pillars Around Which State's Towns Were Built
    For many years after its founding in 1751, a whipping post stood next to the Abington Congregational Church in Pomfret. "It was never used; no one ever suffered," Abington's current pastor, the Rev. Bruce Hedman, said, "but it was there as a symbol that...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Local Martial Artists Score Big At National Championships

    Lyndsey Irizarry (12) of Windsor, and Janayah Body (9) of West Hartford, have both been practicing Taekwondo since the age of four. Today, Lyndsey and Janayah are first degree black belts and some of the best Taekwondo athletes in the nation. Between...
  • Wooden In Democratic State Senate Primary

    Wooden In Democratic State Senate Primary
    That longtime state Sen. Eric Coleman, D-2nd District, has a primary challenge on Aug. 12 is his own doing. He waited until 21/2 weeks before the May nominating convention to announce that he would seek re-election. By that point, other candidates had...
  • Former East Hartford Officer Gets Two Years For Possessing Child Pornography

    HARTFORD — A former East Hartford police officer was sentenced in federal court Wednesday to two years in prison for possessing child pornography, the U.S. Attorney's office said. Andrew W. Nielsen, 50, of South Windsor, pleaded guilty in March...
  • Deadlines quickly approaching for CT Studios construction

    It's been five years since the initial construction plan for Connecticut Studios was presented to the town of South Windsor, and construction still has not begun. Although the plan has gone through several changes and delays to the project have been many,...