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Farmington, Connecticut is located in Hartford County. Zip codes in Farmington, CT include 06030, 06034, and 06032. The median home price in Farmington is $350,000 which is roughly $160/per square foot. More Farmington information.

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2 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant

Farmington Looks At Early Notice For Demolishing Old Buildings

The town is working on a new regulation that would require developers to give early public notice of plans to demolish any older building with potentially historic significance. Town Planner William Warner said Tuesday he is formulating the new rule and that it may be adopted later this fall.

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9 hrs ago | Patch.com

Farmington School Official Says Bus Driver Facing DWI Charge Has Been Fired

The school bus driver accused of driving drunk - with a blood alcohol limit three times above the legal limit - with 20 Farmington middle school students aboard her bus in August, has reportedly been fired by the bus company. According to WFSB, Farmington School Superintendent Kathleen Greider has told parents that the driver has been fired by M&J Bus Inc. Tammy Costello, 44, of Bristol, is no longer employed by the company, following her Aug. 27 arrest .

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9 hrs ago | Patch.com

Gov. Malloy Announces $290K Grant for Bethel Downtown Improvements

Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced Tuesday that 13 municipalities across Connecticut will receive $5 million in grant funds to develop or improve their town's commercial district. The purpose of the distribution of funds is to attract small businesses, grow jobs, and improve pedestrian access and livability in town centers, according to a press release.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Patch.com

Mystic Knotworks Among Connecticut Vendors Helping New England schools with Fall Fundraising

Schools are open and the fall fundraising season is up and running. A group of Connecticut vendors are pitching in to add a new twist to the usual school fundraising fare.

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The Hartford Courant

Reader Submitted: Manufacturing Day Program Offered

On Thursday, Oct. 2, at Bristol Central High School the Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce, New England Spring and Metalstamping Association , Main Street Community Foundation and the Bristol Board of Education are hosting a manufacturing careers forum for high school students and the general public from Bristol, Wolcott, Burlington, Harwinton, Southington, Plainville, Farmington and Terryville. This program is an initiative of the newly formed Bristol Technical Advisory Board, which is comprised of local community, business and education leaders committed to expanding awareness of career opportunities in our technically based workforce.

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F&M Magazine

CSS Achieves AS9100 Certification

In order to demonstrate its ongoing commitment to producing high quality products CSS highlights that it is certified to AS9100 to supply aerospace and defense industries. Connecticut Spring & Stamping , a manufacturer of precision parts for the medical, aerospace, firearms and defense industries worldwide, highlights that it is certified to AS9100, the quality management systems standard applicable to companies that supply to aerospace and defense industries.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

The Hartford Courant

Gubernatorial Candidates Campaign With Different Styles

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy had a packed schedule last Monday, attending a chamber of commerce breakfast in Meriden, a ceremony marking the completion of a hospital tower in Farmington and then a meet-and-greet with participants at a charity bike race in Hartford. Candidate Dan Malloy had a busy Monday, too: he embarked on a business tour and held a press conference on an urban jobs initiative in Hartford, toured an aerospace company in Manchester and visited a workforce redevelopment center in Bridgeport, for a total of six public appearances just that day.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

The Hartford Courant

Farmington High School's New Turf Field Ready For Action

Hundreds of people gathered Sept. 9 to celebrate the official opening of Farmington High School's new $1.1 million artificial turf athletic field, including many athletes who had spent years practicing on the old, divot-filled field.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

The Chronicle (Cromwell/Middletown)

Martin Kellogg STEM Academy Hosts Ribbon Cutt...

Against one wall of the room is a full-sized skeleton that stands next to a propped up ambulance stretcher. X-ray machines run along the walls, and arms--don't worry, not real ones--lie hooked to I.V.'s on each of the room's tables.

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Circulation

Inhibition of Mitochondrial P53 Abolishes the Detrimental Effects of...

Correspondence to Louise D. McCullough, MD, PhD, Departments of Neuroscience and Neurology, 263 Farmington Avenue, Farmington, CT 06030. E-mail Background and Purpose- Social isolation increases stroke incidence and delays poststroke recovery.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

The Hartford Courant

Farmington Man Charged In Crash That Killed Two

A 23-year-old Farmington man faces manslaughter and other charges in connection with a January crash that killed two people on Willard Avenue. Damian Campanella of West Gate Road turned himself in to police in Newington on Sunday and was held on $100,000 bail for arraignment Monday in Superior Court in New Britain.

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WTNH

Manslaughter charges filed in crash that killed two

A Farmington man is charged with manslaughter and other crimes related to a January crash in Newington that left two people dead. The deadly crash, happened on January 19, 2014, on Willard Ave. in Newington , when two cars collided head on.

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UConn Advance

Malloy Tops Off UConn Health's New Hospital Tower

The steel is nearly complete on the UConn Health hospital tower, part of the Bioscience Connecticut initiative at teh Farmington campus. The last of the steel beams for what will be the new hospital tower at UConn Health will be put in place today, marking another major milestone in the Bioscience Connecticut construction on the Farmington campus.

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Fri Sep 05, 2014

The Hartford Courant

Farmington Saxophonist Starts Career With Coast Guard Band

Petty Officer First Class Joe D'Aleo has been living his dream for the past year as a tenor saxophonist for the Coast Guard Band. D'Aleo, 26, performed with various music organizations In Farmington while growing up, then pursued a music degree from the Hartt School .

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The Hartford Courant

Ribbon Cutting For New Turf Field Tuesday

The town will hold a ribbon cutting on Tuesday night to celebrate the new turf field at Farmington High School. To comment on courant.com articles, you must register as a digital member and be logged in to enter your comment below.

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Thu Sep 04, 2014

The Hartford Courant

Morgan Volleyball Sets Sights On Return To A Familar Place

Led by Connecticut 's top-assister Lily Dawson , the Huskies capped off an undefeated season with their 12th state title in 2013. Now Morgan is gearing up for a pursuit of its first back-to-back championships since 2001-02, doing so with a new leading-role in the middle: junior and first-year starter Emily Popp.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

Patch.com

Alleged Drunk School Bus Driver Appears in Court

A Farmington bus driver arrested for drunk driving while operating a school bus with 20 children aboard faced a judge Tuesday.

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The Hartford Courant

Public Hearing Set For Route 177 Project In Farmington

A public hearing has been scheduled on a proposed project to improve Route 177 at the New Britain and Railroad Avenue intersection.

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Patch.com

Black Bear Roaming in Farmington

A black bear was spotted in the woods near Route 4 on Wednesday morning around 7 a.m., Eyewitness News reports .

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The Hartford Courant

'Ether Dome' Opening Hartford Stage Season

"Ether Dome," a new grand-scale drama about Horace Wells, the Hartford-based dentist who pioneered the use of anesthesia in the mid-19th century, is reviving all at once and stretching its limbs in all directions.

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