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  • Bureaucracy Squashes Widow's Hope To Recover Land Taken By Eminent Domain

     Bureaucracy Squashes Widow's Hope To Recover Land Taken By Eminent Domain
    Two months ago an 89-year-old Andover widow, Carolyn Sheehan, said in this column that she hoped someone in government would let her buy back 11.3 acres that the state Department of Transportation took by eminent domain 27 years ago for a planned...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Children's Law Center Receives $60,000 Grant

    The Children's Law Center of Connecticut received a three year grant award totaling $60,000 from the SBM Charitable Foundation, Inc. in support of the non-profit's Legal Representation Program in eastern Connecticut. The program provides legal advocates...
  • Carroll Health Officer Leitch to retire in December

    It's been almost two decades since the Carroll County government has had to select a new county health officer, the top job at the Carroll Health Department, and with the announcement last week that Larry Leitch would step down from that position by year'...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Two Local Grads Earn Windham Hospital Scholarship

    Willington resident Codi Bierce and Columbia's Nicole Moore are the recipients of the Auxiliary to Windham Hospital's Anne L. Card Memorial Scholarship for 2014. The scholarship, named in honor of the late Anne L. Card who was a 50-plus year member of...
  • Celebrating America program issues challenge for the summer

    Celebrating America program issues challenge for the summer
    The Celebrating America initiative has been urging Carroll County's residents to learn and experience more of local history since its inception in 2011. One way they are doing this is by challenging children to visit a wide variety of historic landmarks...
  • Windham County Christian Women's Connection

    WOODSTOCK: The Windham County Christian Women's Connection will meet for brunch on July 11 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at The Inn at Woodstock Hill, 94 Plaine Hill Rd, Woodstock. Ernie Eldridge, Auctioneer from Willimantic will be presenting his Titanic...
  • Killingly Community Garden is officially open

    Killingly Community Garden is officially open
    Using two-foot long scissors, Killingly Director of Planning and Development Linda Walden officially opened the gates to the town's Community Garden on June 28. Then she invited the crowd of more than 40 to venture inside. What they found were...
  • Debt collectors turn to social media to track down delinquents

    PITTSBURGH After more than a decade of eluding phone calls, a Brighton Heights man said his experience with a third-party collection agency hired to recoup his student loan debt went from marginally annoying to borderline cyber stalking. Even for loan...
  • One-Car Crash Closes Major Road In Windham

    WINDHAM — A section of Route 32 was closed during the morming commute because of a one-car crash. No one was seriously injured in the collision, which happened about 3:15 a.m. near the intersection with Old Plains Road, state police said. The...
  • Regional Digest: Fisher Cats Top Rock Cats

    Jon Berti had a two-run single in the third inning and Matt Newman a three-run double in the seventh as the New Hampshire Fisher Cats defeated the Rock Cats 6-2 Saturday in an Eastern League game in Manchester, N.H. Mike Kvasnicka and Reynaldo...
  • Concurrent credits can cut college costs

    The University of Connecticut Board of Trustees approved a 2015 budget worth $1.2 billion on June 25. That budget includes a more than 6 percent increase in the cost of tuition. For Connecticut residents, that means more than $10,000 per year. For non-...
  • Kathleen McLaughlin, 'Huggles The Clown,' Dies At 65

    Kathleen McLaughlin, 'Huggles The Clown,' Dies At 65
    Kathleen McLaughlin, a Manchester native who spent many years working at local hospitals as "Huggles The Clown," died of cancer June 5. She was 65. McLaughlin became a clown in 1974, eight years after she was voted "class clown" at Manchester High...