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The Ellington school board on Wednesday appointed Welch as principal of Windermere School, which serves kindergarten to sixth-grade students, according to a news release.
He's wrapped in a rappelling harness with a rope in hand. He's 22 stories up on the roof of the Hartford Hilton.
Set for Aug. 24 at Cheney Hall from 2-5 p.m., the event "will provide the audience a thrilling competition similar to those you would see on the Food Network ," April DiFalco, president of the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, said.
The East Side Neighborhood Flea Market is slated for Saturday from 8:30 a.m to 12:30 p.m on the grounds of Nathan Hale School, 160 Spruce St. Items to be sold include art and handmade crafts, clothing, jewelry, video games and equipment and household items, according to a news release from the town office of neighborhoods and families.
We can all learn from the rise - and fall - and rise again of self-made entrepreneur Christopher King.
Many times, past experiences in life tend to influence the path your future follows.
There's likely no more heartfelt tribute to the recently retired police dog, Dibbs, than his partner's exuberant Facebook post after the Connecticut K-9 Olympics Saturday.
William Carter II was buying gas for his pickup truck - with 180,000 miles on it and four bald tires - when he bought the second winning Lotto ticket of the year in Connecticut.
Manchester resident and former Assistant Fire Chief David Billings has been appointed as chief of Manchester Fire/Rescue/EMS, town General Manager Scott Shanley announced on Wednesday.
Barbara Anderson, a longtime volunteer at St. Mary's Episcopal Church and the Manchester Historical Society, died June 29. She was 98. Anderson was born in Cranston, R.I., to Joseph and Mary Grogan.
When Ed Firestone founded the Cruisin' on Main Street car show with Butch Gordon 14 years ago, their expectations were low.
The childcare facility, at 255 Garden Grove Road, is to open in September. Early registration will be available for Manchester families from Aug. 1-7, and open enrollment begins Aug. 7. Spaces are available for infants, toddlers and preschoolers, according to a news release.
The 4,302-square-foot restaurant would have 56 parking spaces and a drive-through window, according to the application from McDonald's USA LLC. The commission approved the application Monday.
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Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 12:57 pm
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