Blue Knight Notes   Published Apr 22, 2014
Boys lacrosse Southington 8, Farmington 1: Jarod Florian, Kevin Cop and Jared DeFeo scored four goals apiece Monday as the Blue Knights (2-1) trounced Farmington. Cop also had five assists. DeFeo had three and Florian two. Chris Gamber scored two … more ...
Town officials are awaiting a proposal on a filter that will be used to control odors from food waste at the anaerobic digestion facility planned for the former landfill on DePaolo Drive. The Planning and Zoning Commission approved the waste-to-energy … more ...
While a building at 56 Center St. appears nearly complete, there’s no indication when or if a tenant will move into the first floor. Owner Simon Delbuono said last year that an Asian fusion restaurant was expected to open last … more ...
For anyone driving through south-central Connecticut, the “sleeping giant” laying across the skyline is a familiar sight. What’s perhaps not so well-known, however, is the history behind the unique name for Mount Carmel in Hamden — something that was the … more ...
The Hospital of Central Connecticut needs approval from the state to close the in-patient unit at the Bradley Memorial campus but hospital officials aren’t sure when paperwork will be filed. More study will be needed to determine what services are … more ...
The Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved a special permit use application for a proposed 31-unit residential development on Liberty Street. Three buildings would create the residential area totaling 1.28 acres. Stephen Giudice, owner of Harry E. Cole & Son, … more ...
Despite plans to close the in-patient unit, Hospital of Central Connecticut officials say emergency care services at Bradley Memorial will remain and be available at all hours. Plans to close the unit, predicated on approval from the state, were announced … more ...
A town woman faces worker’s compensation fraud charges after officials say she went on disability leave from the Wallingford Walmart. Jade Beaulieu, 38, of 66 Wheeler Village Drive was arrested April 16 and charged with worker’s compensation fraud and perjury. … more ...

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It helps to be prepared, with an AED   Published Apr 17, 2014
Since the mid-1970s, John Barrasso has trained thousands of people in the construction industry to perform CPR and to use an automated external defibrillator. It wasn’t until recently that he had to put his own training into action, which helped … more ...
Both the GUS Robotics team out of Meriden, and the Cyber Knights, from Southington, made the 24-hour bus ride to St. Louis April 22 to get to the weekend-long world championship competition at the Edward Jones Dome, home of the … more ...
The making of a video   Published Apr 16, 2014
Several DePaolo Middle School students were recognized for making a creative Anti-Bullying Paperslide Video. Bill’s Limousine donated their services to bring the students to Kiwi Spoon to enjoy a well-earned treat. … more ...
After nearly a decade of renting classroom space at Thalberg School, a special education program will not be returning to town next school year. Due to a decrease in enrollment at Oak Hill School and an increase in students at … more ...
WEST HARTFORD (AP) — A 27-year-old bail bondswoman is claiming self-defense in the fatal shooting of her boyfriend in West Hartford. Angela Grasso-Cunha of Plainville is charged with manslaughter in the killing of 23-year-old Jose Mendez April 9. Police say … more ...
Officials at the Bradley Memorial Campus of the Hospital of Central Connecticut are planning to close the inpatient unit, a process they expect to take about a year. Until the hospital gets state approval, the number of inpatient beds will … more ...
The making of a video   Published Apr 16, 2014
Several DePaolo Middle School students were recognized for making a creative Anti-Bullying Paperslide Video. Bill’s Limousine donated their services to bring the students to Kiwi Spoon to enjoy a well-earned treat. … more ...
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