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  1. Two Wethersfield Dogs Headed to WestminsterRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2015 | The Chronicle (Cromwell/Middletown)

    Wethersfield residents Debbi Bordeau and Jim Koras and their pups will be heading to Westminster this month to try to get their paws on the top prize against more than 3,000 dogs in their respective competitions. Bordeau and her Grand Champion Papillon Jenni, whose show name is "Draco Take it to the Limit at Bordeaux," will compete in the 139th annual Westminster Kennel Club All Breed Dog Show in New York City Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 16-17.

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  2. Wethersfield Officials Hold State of the Town...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2015 | The Chronicle (Cromwell/Middletown)

    Milestones in the high school renovation project, support for small businesses and the anticipation of a difficult budget year at the state capitol were among the many topics brought up at Wethersfield's State of the Town breakfast, which was held last Thursday morning. Business owners and other residents who filled the event room of the Keeney Cultural Center heard from Mayor Paul Montinieri, Town Manager Jeff Bridges, Superintendent of Schools Michael Emmett and state Reps.

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  3. Newington Defense Hanging ToughRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2015 | The Chronicle (Cromwell/Middletown)

    "Tonight's game was all about hard work, talent, toughness and grinding it out--and that's Newington basketball," was captain Zach Tinkham's summation after the Indians cracked the double-digit win column with a 57-45 besting of Simsbury Jan. 29. The victory brought NHS to 10-2 overall and kept the Indians in the CCC West driver's seat at 8-1. The Trojans slipped to third in the division behind New Britain after their four-game win streak got a frosty reception on the Richard Rogalski hardwood.

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  4. Wethersfield Basketball is Coming HomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 21, 2015 | The Chronicle (Cromwell/Middletown)

    The renovations at Wethersfield High School are complete and the newly minted gymnasium is ready to be utilized. The completion of the work allowed the boys'basketball team to play their first home game this week.

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  5. Wethersfield KO Student Wins Robotics AwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 14, 2015 | The Chronicle (Cromwell/Middletown)

    The new year is off to a great start for Kingswood Oxford's Varsity Robotics team, which returned from Winter Break with news of a number of impressive awards. In mid-December, the team traveled to Potsdam, N.Y., to compete in the Northern New York Championship FIRST robotics tournament at Clarkson University.

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  6. WHS Celebrates Opening of New WingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 14, 2015 | The Chronicle (Cromwell/Middletown)

    The Wethersfield High School renovation project reached a milestone last week with the opening of the site's new gymnasium, media center and music wing. The Jan. 5 completion of the new spaces has been set since early December, and the Project Building Committee hit its target, although the areas were not immediately accessible to students and members of the public.

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  7. New Elementary Gym Floor Pushed for on "To ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 7, 2015 | The Chronicle (Cromwell/Middletown)

    Replacing the Emerson Williams Elementary School gym floor has been on the Board of Education's radar for quite some time, and now parents whose children attend the school have joined the push to have it funded through the district's Capital Improvement Plan . "It's long overdue," said Martin Malicki, an Emerson Williams parent.

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  8. Wethersfield Boys Hoops End 2014 StrongRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 7, 2015 | The Chronicle (Cromwell/Middletown)

    The Wethersfield Eagles boys basketball team came out of the blocks strong and never let up en route to securing a 63-48 victory over the Newington Indians in second day action of the Third Annual Holiday Classic hosted by Maloney High School Dec. 30. Senior captain Yianni Mantziaris and junior guard Jake Collagan led the Wethersfield charge, with each chipping in six points to stake the Eagles to an 18-9 first quarter lead. The efforts of Collagan, who scored in each quarter and finished with a game-high 19 points, and senior captain Jake Arcouette, who chipped in 11 points, were recognized with their inclusion on the All-Tournament Team.

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  9. Undefeated Eagles Remain Conference LeadersRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2014 | The Chronicle (Cromwell/Middletown)

    And they remain undefeated. The Eagles offense exploded for a 56-21 rout over East Hartford on Friday night at home, with senior quarterback Matt Sanzaro leading the way with six touchdown passes and a MaxPreps.com-reported 167.3 passer rating.

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  10. CCHD Director Runs Through Ebola Response Pro...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 12, 2014 | The Chronicle (Cromwell/Middletown)

    The Central Connecticut Health District has a new director and some new issues to contend with. Less than a month after replacing retired Central Connecticut Health District, Director Paul Hutcheon, Charles Brown was explaining to residents and officials in the regional body's eight member towns about state protocols in response to Ebola.

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  11. Incumbent Morin Keeps State Representative Se...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 12, 2014 | The Chronicle (Cromwell/Middletown)

    It was close, but Democratic State House Representative Russ Morin will hold onto his 28th District seat for another term. The incumbent held off Republican challenger Mike Hurley, a member of the Wethersfield Town Council, by taking just over 53 percent--according to The Hartford Courant--of the votes in the Nov. 4 elections.

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  12. Webb Tennis Court Replacement Comes to a HaltRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2014 | The Chronicle (Cromwell/Middletown)

    The Wethersfield Town Council has put the brakes on a plan to replace the Webb Elementary School Tennis Courts for $144,386--for now. The Council opted to table the discussion regarding the courts, which have been out of commission for the past couple of years due to safety hazards posed by their deterioration, in order to entertain objections raised by Councilors regarding the urgency of the issue and how high a priority the replacement should be.

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  13. Physical Services Embarks on Clean-up MissionRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2014 | The Chronicle (Cromwell/Middletown)

    At the back of Wethersfield's Physical Services building at 100 Marsh St. is what looks like a junk yard. There's a dumpster that's filled with old computers and other outdated devices and containers of waste oil and anti-freeze.

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  14. The Fall Sports Season is Halfway HomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2014 | The Chronicle (Cromwell/Middletown)

    It has been another exhilarating autumn for the local schools, with many of the area's teams in contention for post-season success. Here's what you might have missed while raking leaves or picking apples.

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  15. Playoffs Draw Nearer for Newington Field HockeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2014 | The Chronicle (Cromwell/Middletown)

    The Newington field hockey team took one step closer to post season tournament play with its 3-1 CCC win at Wethersfield's Cottone Field Thursday, Oct. 9. "I'm very pleased with our effort tonight. We're 6-4 now, so we're getting close to qualifying for the tournament," said Indians coach Paul Macchi.

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