Weekend of Hot Steamed Jazz in Essex
Essex Steam Train, 1 Railroad Ave., Essex. Friday, June 21, 5 p.m. -10:45 p.m.; Saturday, June 22, 10 a.m.-4:45 p.m. and 5 to 10:45 p.m.; Sunday, June 23, 10 a.m.-4:45 p.m. Single session: $35; Saturday all-day, $60; $8 for 11 and younger.
VRHS Final Exam Schedule for Seniors
In just one week, on Thursday, June 20, the Valley Regional High School Class of 2013 will graduate in ceremonies beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the high school-but first, there are final exams, even for seniors.
Rep. Miller Ends Haddam Land Swap Saga
State Representative Philip Miller voted in favor of H.B. No. 6672 , an act concerning the conveyance of certain parcels of state land.
Barbara Rotger's grandmother, Marion Griswold Doane, lived in Essex, Conn., and entertained a lot.
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Reader Submitted: Sen. Art Linares, Rep. Christie Carpino Applaud...
Sen. Art Linares and Rep. Christie Carpino applauded the Connecticut State Senate's May 31 passage of a bill which will provide a boost to Connecticut's marine industry.
Noble Environmental Power LLC - Alternative Energy - Deals and...
It carries out the designing and development of wind farms. Noble has more than 726 MW generation capacity, with plants located in New York, Minnesota, and Texas.
Rep. Miller Votes to Raise the Minimum Wage - Bill Passes the House and Senate
State Representative Philip Miller voted in favor of S.B. 387, An Act Increasing The Minimum Fair Wage.
Hollywood Writer From CT Opens His New Play About Connecticut Next Week
Hollywood writer/producer, Mike Reiss, has quite the story. He is originally from Bristol, Connecticut and has worked as a show-runner, writer, and producer on popular TV shows such as The Simpsons , and movies like kid favorite, Ice Age: Dawn of The Dinosaurs.
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Reader Submitted: Copper Beech Inn Re-Opens With Acclaimed International Chef Gaspar Stantic At Helm
The renowned and elegant Copper Beech Inn, located in the Connecticut River Valley in the Ivoryton section of Essex , recently celebrated its re-opening to begin a new chapter in its long tradition for superb and innovative cuisine and gracious hospitality.
Tuck in at Olivera s Taverne
Know what's better than a tavern? A taverne. There's something about that extra "e" that says "beer, grog, stew, warmth, repeat." Last weekend's dreadful weather demanded all of the above, so we headed out to Oliver's Restaurant and Taverne in Essex, home of dressed-up pub fare, many a beer, and a frequent stop for local musicians.
"Kid Safety" Lawn Signs Have Been Posted Around Essex, But Some Find Them "Tacky"
The Essex lawn signs pictured along Main Street, opposite Champline Square, along Grove Street and next to Book Hill Road.