New UCFS Jewett City Facility Moving Forward

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The new UCFS Jewett City facility is now one step closer to reality. Approval was received last week from the town’s Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Conservation Commission to proceed with their new facility to be located at 226 E. Main Street. The approved… Read More

Connecticut Rainy Day Fund on Verge of being Depleted

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June 30 marks the end of Connecticut’s fiscal year and it will also be the date that the state will spend much of its rainy day fund to offset Connecticut’s $316 million deficit. This figure represents a $56.7 million increase over last month’s… Read More

Griswold Boosters Hosts Annual Golf Tournament

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On Friday, June 17, 2016, the Griswold Booster Club hosted its annual golf tournament. Over 40 golfers teed off at River Ridge Golf Course in Griswold, CT. From shot gun start to finish, golfers has food, fun and plenty of golf. The Annual Tournament… Read More

Connecticut State Troopers Warn Against False-Reported Threats

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Middletown, CT. (June 16, 2016): Connecticut State Troopers are, once again, reminding residents that falsely reporting incidents that have first responders rushing to these falsely-reported, non-existent incidents is illegal.  These false reports are also known as swatting.   The most recent incident occurred… Read More

Griswold Summer Band ’16 Concert June 24th At GHS

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2016 marks the 29th consecutive year for the Griswold Summer Band program. Under the direction of Mr. Louis Bocciarelli and Ray Churchill, summer Band is an intensive 8 day program where the middle school students are able to hone their skills on all… Read More

Power Outages Blamed on Squirrels

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The power outages experienced throughout the state recently are not weather related. Squirrels climbing onto power lines are knocking out power to thousands of Eversource customers. Currently there are about 1,500 outages statewide. Some of the outages are related to car accidents striking… Read More

UCFS Griswold to Add Oral Health Care

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United Community & Family Services (UCFS) Griswold announced Friday that it will be expanding to add oral health care services as a result of a federal fund grant of $338,803. The health center will be adding equipment and staff to provide dental care… Read More

Registered Sex Offender Charged With Assault of Child

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Willimantic Police have arrested Michael MuCurdy, 47, of Pine Street in Willimantic, on charges of first degree sexual assault of a child under 13 years old. McCurdy is currently on the sex offender registry for a prior conviction of sexual assault of a… Read More

Good Samaritan Returns $1000

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Karol Gleason, a school bus driver for the regions school districts, was shopping at the Walmart in Lisbon Landing on Monday when she found a wallet on the floor of the store. Gleason opened the wallet and found a drivers license inside, as… Read More