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Premium Content Connecticut preservation program saves 300th farm

A celebration Saturday on the historic Lebanon Green commemorated reaching a new milestone in the program: As of this summer, 300 Connecticut farms and roughly 40,000 acres are protected from...

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Premium Content Event on Lebanon Green to celebrate local farms

The free event will include live bluegrass music, square dancing, children’s activities, farm animals and equipment, food and beverages, horse-drawn hay rides, a photo display of preserved...

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Premium Content DEEP: Bobcat that attacked Bozrah woman was rabid

The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection said Tuesday that the bobcat apparently involved in an attack on a woman in Bozrah this weekend tested positive for rabies.

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Premium Content Hearing planned for gas pipeline expansion expected to affect Norwich, Montville wetlands

Norwich - The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission will host a public hearing at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 9 at the Holiday Inn to hear comments about an environmental analysis on the impact of a...

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Premium Content 3 Republicans running for 47th District nomination

Doug Dubitsky of Chaplin and Noah Enslow and Michael Meadows, both of Sprague, are vying for the Republican Party nomination in the Aug. 12 primary to run for state representative from the 47th...

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Premium Content John Kelley, a humble man, is immortalized in bronze

More than 300 people, many of them wearing running shoes, packed the small park at the intersection of West Main and Bank streets Sunday afternoon for the unveiling and dedication of a bronze statue honoring late Boston Marathon winner John J. Kelley and his dog Brutus.

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Premium Content League of Women Voters looks to boost membership

The Leagues of Women Voters is looking to gain new members, including men.

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Premium Content Connecticut preservation program saves 300th farm

A celebration Saturday on the historic Lebanon Green commemorated reaching a new milestone in the program: As of this summer, 300 Connecticut farms and roughly 40,000 acres are protected from development.

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Premium Content Two Courtney challengers take pride in libertarian leanings

Though similar, Libertarian Dan Reale and Republican Lori Hopkins-Cavanagh bring different platforms to the race against incumbent U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney, D-2nd District.

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Premium Content Municipal meetings - Week of Sept. 21

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H.S. Roundup: Valley/OL football team wins 43-10

The Valley Regional/Old Lyme football team made quick work of Lewis Mills on Saturday, jumping out to a 41-0 lead after one quarter en route to a 43-10 nonleague victory.

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Teen Autism Social — 6:00 pm; Tue., Sep. 23

Hoot for Hunger — 6:30 pm; Fri., Sep. 26

Fitch Falcon Marching Band Hosts Band Competition — 6:00 pm; Sat., Sep. 27