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Owl rescued from batting cage at East Windsor High School  WFSB

A wildlife expert with the help of East Windsor police rescued an owl that became stuck in netting of a batting cage.



Concern prompts temporary move of East Windsor middle schoolers to high school  WFSB

What school officials only described as a safety "concern" prompted East Windsor Middle School students to be bused to East Windsor High School instead of ...



East Windsor High School | Honor Rolls  Journal Inquirer

EAST WINDSOR — These students were named to the second-quarter honor roll at East Windsor High School.



Final 2017-18 Honor Roll Posted at East Windsor High School  Patch.com

EAST WINDSOR, CT — The following students have been named to the honor roll at East Windsor High School for the fourth marking period of the 2017-18 ...



East Windsor Class of 2018  Journal Inquirer

These students graduated Tuesday from East Windsor High School.



East Windsor High School gymnasium to be named for Kleckner  Journal Inquirer

EAST WINDSOR — The East Windsor Athletic Club has begun accepting donations for the naming of the East Windsor High School gymnasium in honor of ...



EW graduates urged to find ways to celebrate their paths in life  Journal Inquirer

Hundreds of family members and friends gathered to cheer on the East Windsor High School Class of 2018 at its graduation ceremony Tuesday evening at ...



Thomas Neville  Hartford Courant

Thomas R. Neville, 55, of East Windsor, passed away February 12, 2019, after a long illness. Born October 16, 1963 in Manchester, CT, he was the beloved son ...



EWindsor residents criticize selectmen over unposted meeting | East Windsor  Journal Inquirer

EAST WINDSOR — Several members of the audience pilloried the Board of Selectmen on Thursday, leading the first selectman to lash out at a resident, after ...



East Windsor Obituary: Laurence Clark, 66  Patch.com

Laurence R "Larry" Clark, 66, played his final hole on Tuesday August 7, 2018 after a 22-month battle with cancer. Larry was the best of the best; a good ...



Voters approve $17 M referendum | South Windsor  Journal Inquirer

Voters Tuesday approved two bond referendums — $2 million to preserve open space, and $15 million for infrastructure improvements that includes repairs to ...



WL schools hire Parkhurst to serve as new superintendent  Journal Inquirer

WINDSOR LOCKS — Shawn Parkhurst, currently the assistant superintendent for the Cheshire school system, has been named the new superintendent of ...



Schools, open space on South Windsor November ballot  Journal Inquirer

SOUTH WINDSOR — Voters in two weeks will decide two bond referendums — $2 million to preserve open space, and $15 million for infrastructure ...



East Windsor High School Student-Athletes Earn Fall Honors  Patch.com

East Windsor Student-Athletes Earn Fall Honors - Windsor Locks-East Windsor, CT - Five Panthers received recognition for their outstanding performances this ...



Four area wrestlers win state class titles | Sports  Journal Inquirer

Three local wrestlers won state championships for the second straight year in Saturday's CIAC class meets, while another won for the first time.



East Windsor Obituary: Louis Johnson, 58  Patch.com

Louis A. Johnson, 58, of Enfield, was taken from us suddenly on Wednesday, May 16. The family will have a visitation period on Sunday, May 27, from 1-5 pm, ...



South Windsor's Ellison scores 56 in OT loss to Greenwich  Journal Inquirer

Justice Ellison seemingly did all he could. The South Windsor High junior scored 56 points but the Bobcats' boys basketball team dropped an 86-79 decision to ...



Windsor High School | Honor Rolls  Journal Inquirer

WINDSOR — These students were named to the second-quarter honor roll at Windsor High School.



YWCA looks to fill day care need at old Mother Goose  Journal Inquirer

SOUTH WINDSOR — The YWCA South Windsor Early Learning Center, which took ownership of the former Mother Goose Children's Center last month after ...



House passes East Windsor casino-killer bill | News  Journal Inquirer

HARTFORD — The House narrowly approved a bill Friday that would create a competitive process for a new casino anywhere in the state, which could doom ...



Prosecutor: Man suspected in Motel 6 robbery has died  Journal Inquirer

ENFIELD — A 20-year-old local man who was charged in the robbery of a man who had come to a local motel to meet a prostitute has died, a prosecutor.



WLocks superintendent to step down | Windsor Locks  Journal Inquirer

WINDSOR LOCKS — Superintendent Susan Bell has announced that she will resign June 30, citing a need to spend more time with her family.



Davis seeks to keep 57th House seat in challenge by Milanovich  Journal Inquirer

Two political veterans are competing to represent the 57th House District, which includes Ellington and part of East Windsor, on platforms emphasizing ...



UPDATED: Police investigating 'suspicious death' in Windsor Locks  Journal Inquirer

WINDSOR LOCKS — Police are investigating a “suspicious death” this morning at the Waterside Village apartments.



Manchester Board of Ed picks new chair  Journal Inquirer

MANCHESTER — A new leader will guide the Board of Education as they continue to promote and take public comment on a renovation and redistricting plan ...



SW man charged with stop sign theft | South Windsor  Journal Inquirer

SOUTH WINDSOR — A local man who posted on social media that he had stolen a stop sign was arrested, police said.



Windsor Locks to honor Medal of Honor recipient  Journal Inquirer

WINDSOR LOCKS — The American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars are organizing a commemoration for Medal of Honor recipient Master Sgt. John A.



Amazon hosts tours of upgraded Windsor facility | Business  Journal Inquirer

WINDSOR — Amazon hosted a grand re-opening of its nearly 900-000-square-foot “fulfillment center” on Old Iron Ore Road on Thursday, showcasing upgraded ...



Regulators reject extension in Connecticut Water buyout | Business  Journal Inquirer

The Public Utilities Regulatory Authority on Friday denied a motion by the Connecticut Water *Service* and its would-be corporate parent, California-based SJW ...



Vigil tonight in SW for victims of synagogue shooting  Journal Inquirer

SOUTH WINDSOR — Temple Beth Hillel is hosting a vigil tonight at 5:30 where the community can stand together and honor those slain in the mass shooting at ...



Windsor, EH out in CCC tourney | Sports  Journal Inquirer

NEW BRITAIN — It was a tough day to be a high seed at the Central Connecticut Conference girls basketball tournament semifinals on Tuesday.



Glastonbury police arrest two on prostitution charges  Journal Inquirer

GLASTONBURY — Police arrested two local residents Friday on prostitution-related charges. According to police, tips from “concerned citizens” and a ...



Connecticut Water, SJW make new bid to win state approval for sale  Journal Inquirer

Connecticut Water *Service* and the California utility looking to become its corporate parent, SJW Group, have put forward a slew of new financial and ...



Olympic Medalist Inspires at East Windsor Wrestling Tournament  Patch.com

Olympic Medalist Inspires at Wrestling Tournament - Windsor Locks-East Windsor, CT - The annual Rodney Smith Classic attracted 13 wrestling squads from ...



New SW Police Chief and his proud family  Journal Inquirer

Newly appointed Police Chief Scott Custer stands with his wife, Shanna Custer, and their sons, left to right, James and Aiden Custer, following his swearing-in ...



Bolton's teacher of the year keeps learning fresh, exciting  Journal Inquirer

BOLTON — As Heather Warner enters her 16th year teaching language arts to eighth-graders at Bolton Center School, she's not thinking about that — she's ...



WL man gets 4½ years for Waterbury-area crime  Journal Inquirer

A Windsor Locks man was sentenced last week to 4½ years in prison for involvement in two robberies and a burglary, all committed in the Waterbury area within ...



Jessica Keene  Journal Inquirer

Jessica Keene, as seen in her mugshot, was charged with first-degree murder in the death of her father Michael Keene in Windsor Locks.



State regulators sees no public benefit to sale of Connecticut Water Co.  Journal Inquirer

Citing potential risks to customers, state utility regulators issued a preliminary ruling Monday rejecting the $1.1 billion buyout of Connecticut Water *Service*, the ...



EW graduates encouraged to do what they love  Journal Inquirer

It was standing room only at Maneeley's banquet facility in South Windsor as hundreds of family members and friends cheered on the 61 graduates of East ...



Local Casino; Restaurants Close: Windsor Locks/East Windsor 2017  Patch.com

Windsor Locks/East Windsor - Top Stories of 2017 - Windsor Locks-East Windsor, CT - Prostitution sting, big lottery winner, highly ranked high school, fatal plane ...



Students still waiting for school uniforms, superintendent relaxes dress code  Journal Inquirer

EAST HARTFORD — Parents who ordered their children's required school uniforms over two months ago are still waiting for the school system's uniform vendor ...



William O'Neill to be honored | Manchester  Journal Inquirer

UNICO is honoring Manchester resdient William O'Neill, who has worked to build up the town for the past 50 years, they say.



Revolutionary Road: Roundabouts becoming more common as they increase safety, cut congestion  Journal Inquirer

Driving around the state over the last few years, you may have noticed a certain road configuration replacing intersections — what's known as the “modern ...



Bradley adds new airline and new destination — Pittsburgh | Business  Journal Inquirer

WINDSOR LOCKS — Bradley International Airport will add flights in the coming months to Pittsburgh, Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, and Orlando, Florida, the ...



Eversource continues to oppose sale of Connecticut Water to Calif. company  Journal Inquirer

Eversource Energy, a spurned suitor in last year's bidding war for the Connecticut Water *Service*, is urging state regulators to stand by their preliminary rejection ...



East Windsor High School Students Mourn Loss of Classmate  NBC Connecticut

Brooke Wormstedt, a 15-year-old sophomore at East Windsor High, was one of two people who died on Saturday in a car crash.



Throwback Thursday: Do You Remember...  Patch.com

Throwback Thursday: Do You Remember... - Windsor Locks-East Windsor, CT - A look back at some high school yearbook pages from East Windsor's past.



Stille to step down after 24 years as Bolton's administrative officer  Journal Inquirer

BOLTON — Joyce Stille moved to Connecticut in 1986 in search of better job opportunities, and within a matter of years she had become an integral part of ...



Bradley to Denver nonstop | Connecticut & Region  Journal Inquirer

WINDSOR LOCKS — Frontier Airlines is coming to Bradley International Airport and will add a new nonstop flight to and from Denver, the Connecticut Airport ...



Craft fairs bring out the best of homemade gifts  Journal Inquirer

Holiday fairs are in full swing now, just weeks before Christmas.



New Robertson principal to meet parents Wednesday | Coventry  Journal Inquirer

COVENTRY — Parents of students attending George Hersey Robertson School will get the opportunity to meet its new principal, Jennifer DeRagon, in the ...



Average CNG bill to increase by $11.84 over 3 years  Journal Inquirer

Monthly bills for Connecticut Natural Gas will increase by around $11.84 over three years for the average household, as part of a settlement with the Office of ...



Rockville, East Windsor and Suffield Showcase Unified Sports  Patch.com

Three Schools Showcse Unified Sports - Vernon, CT - Rockville, East Windsor and Suffield came together this week in Vernon to showcase Unified Sports ...



Enfield mall sold for $11.4 million but what new owners remain mum on what they'll do with the site  Journal Inquirer

ENFIELD — The Enfield Square mall, which had been in decline for many years, was bought for $11.4 million in December, but just what the new owners will do ...



Tompkins, EH overpower Manchester | Sports  Journal Inquirer

EAST HARTFORD — There's only one way to play against a stiff breeze and that is to run like the wind.



Woman badly hurt in four-car crash on Charter Oak Bridge  Journal Inquirer

EAST HARTFORD — A 67-year-old woman suffered serious injuries and six other people sustained minor injuries in a four-vehicle accident Monday afternoon ...



Vernon Kmart one of 80 Sears stores to close by March  Journal Inquirer

Sears Holdings Inc. is closing 80 more stores — including its Kmart store on Hartford Turnpike in Vernon — as it teeters on the brink of liquidation.



Howell Cheney Technical High School | Honor Rolls  Journal Inquirer

MANCHESTER — These students were named to the second-quarter honor roll at Howell Cheney Technical High School.



Enfield snaps skid | Sports  Journal Inquirer

The Enfield High boys basketball team was on the ropes, trailing host RHAM by three points with 12 seconds remaining in overtime.



Elmore comes home, if only for a day  Journal Inquirer

It's about a five-minute walk from the Capital Prep campus on Main Street in Hartford over to XL Center. But East Hartford native Desiree Elmore has traveled ...



Former legislator, Town Council member Tom Dooley dies  Journal Inquirer

VERNON — Former Town Council member, state representative and Cigna executive vice president Thomas H. Dooley died this weekend. The longtime Vernon ...



Hartford Hospital Heard About This Struggling College Student And Decided To Offer Her A Job  Hartford Courant

Hartford Hospital offered a job to a struggling college student who The Courant wrote about last month as part of a story on college homelessness.



Half-cent sales tax hike gets hearing in Hartford  Journal Inquirer

HARTFORD — Shoppers would pay an additional half-percent in sales tax if a plan to raise the rate from its current 6.35 percent to 6.85 percent passes through ...



Collier colossal again | Sports  Journal Inquirer

STORRS -- Before Napheesa Collier takes the court for the UConn women's basketball team she has a little pep talk with herself.



Woman charged with defrauding Enfield Housing Authority  Journal Inquirer

Kosha Brown, 32, of 17 Bigelow Ave., is facing a first-degree larceny charge, police said. (Enfield Police Department mugshot)



Konica Minolta to start layoffs in July | Business  Journal Inquirer

WINDSOR — Business equipment supplier Konica Minolta says it will start laying off workers in July as it prepares to close both its 500 Day Hill Road and 550 ...



Which could be stupider for Connecticut, more of the same or change?  Journal Inquirer

Running for governor, Democrat Ned Lamont faults Republican Bob Stefanowski for refusing to specify where he would cut state government spending to ...



Update: Rockville High football earns Class M playoff berth  Journal Inquirer

With Branford High's 20-3 victory over East Haven Friday, the Rockville High football team clinched its first CIAC playoff berth in 23 years.



Exhibition vs. Southern gives UConn women reserves 2nd chance  Journal Inquirer

Something in reserve? The UConn women's basketball team is searching for anything in reserve with the first full week of the regular season in progress.



Manchester Road Race notebook: Everyone was chill | Sports  Journal Inquirer

MANCHESTER — Runners competing in Thursday's 82nd annual Manchester Road Race had more than just the demanding 4.748-mile course to fight through.



On a long run | Uconn  Journal Inquirer

STORRS — Napheesa Collier has always been the quiet type.



Joseph W. Busky  Hartford Courant

Joseph Waslo Busky, 99, of Manchester, died with his family by his side on February 3, 2019. Husband of the late Catherine S. Busky, Joseph was born on ...



Lands' End to close boutique in Buckland mall Sears store  Journal Inquirer

Clothing retailer Lands' End is preparing to shutter its in-store boutique at Sears at Buckland Hills mall in Manchester as the company distances itself from its ...



Governor releases budget  Journal Inquirer

HARTFORD — Gov. Ned Lamont is not calling for an increase in the 6.35 percent sales tax rate, but he is proposing a “sales tax modernization” plan that would ...



SHS assistant principal placed on paid leave while her conduct is investigated; parents plead with school officials to let her attend graduation ceremony  Journal Inquirer

SUFFIELD — Suffield High School Assistant Principal Gina Olearczyk was placed on paid administrative leave in May under circumstances school officials have ...



Luxenberg seeks to return to House, while Tierney offers 'a local voice'  Journal Inquirer

MANCHESTER — The race for the 12th House District pits a Democrat seeking to reclaim the seat he had held for two terms against a challenger who wants to ...



Conversation with: Victor Eng | Saturday Qas  Journal Inquirer

Victor Eng is the operator of Bonsai Gardens at 1 Tolland Turnpike in Manchester. Before coming to Connecticut, Eng founded Bonsai Dynasty, a retail bonsai ...



Wood Memorial Library to host 5th Harvest Moon Dinner  Journal Inquirer

SOUTH WINDSOR — The Wood Memorial Library will hold its 5th annual Harvest Moon Dinner, a fundraiser offering attendees an opportunity to spend an ...



Election chief not bothered by prospect of illegal voting  Journal Inquirer

According to reports from around the country, including Connecticut, illegal immigrants are being illegally registered to vote because of what are being described ...



Enfield man in standoff threatened police with 'bloodshed'  Journal Inquirer

ENFIELD — A armed man who barricaded himself in his Shaker Road home when police showed up Tuesday to serve him with a warrant had threatened them ...



Windsor Locks native to receive Medal of Honor: report  Journal Inquirer

WINDSOR LOCKS — The first serviceman from Connecticut to die in the Afghanistan War will be posthumously honored with the military's highest award, ...



On, off court, Samuelson is A-plus | Uconn  Journal Inquirer

HARTFORD — For all the awards and accolades Katie Lou Samuelson has compiled over the years, there are a couple of pieces of paper at her Huntington ...



EHartford doctor sold Oxycodone prescriptions, marijuana cards: feds  Journal Inquirer

EAST HARTFORD — A doctor operating a medical practice in East Hartford was arrested Wednesday on a federal criminal complaint that he sought and ...



Concrete repair reimbursement applications accepted beginning Nov. 15 | Connecticut & Region  Journal Inquirer

HARTFORD — The group charged with dispersing funds to fix crumbling foundations launched its website Monday and affected homeowners are being ...



Errant whistle pushes Hurley's buttons | Uconn  Journal Inquirer

HARTFORD — UConn coach Dan Hurley wears his emotions on his sleeves. Sometimes on the rest of his shirt, too.



State expands order for power from planned wind farm  Journal Inquirer

State officials are upping Connecticut's stake in what is expected to be the nation's largest offshore wind farm.



RHAM grads encouraged to take nontraditional route to success  Journal Inquirer

HEBRON — Family, friends, and faculty crowded their cars into RHAM's parking lot Friday night and gathered on the school's softball field for the regional high ...



Mary Anne Whalen  Hartford Courant

Mary Anne (Pfeiffer) Whalen died in Bakersfield, California on May 23, 2018. She was born on February 11 (Thomas Edison's Birthday) 1943 in Springfield, MA.



Ex-kitchen manager guilty of murder in cook's shooting  Journal Inquirer

The former kitchen manager of a Korean restaurant in Manchester pleaded guilty to murder Wednesday in the fatal shooting of a cook at the restaurant during an ...



Electric bills to rise about $12 per month | Business  Journal Inquirer

Customers across the state will see an increase in electricity prices starting in January as the winter season drives up power generation costs.



Synergy grads celebrate overcoming early struggles in life  Journal Inquirer

Infinity Hall in Hartford was almost at capacity Tuesday night as family and friends celebrated 47 graduates of East Hartford's Synergy Alternative High School.



Their numbers are up | Sports  Journal Inquirer

STORRS — No one has worn uniform No. 50 for the UConn women's basketball team since Rebecca Lobo had it on for the Huskies' first national championship ...



Manchester man sentenced to 8 years for slew of burglaries  Journal Inquirer

Enfield Superior Court Judge Sheila Prats gave a Manchester man an eight-year prison term earlier this month for 14 burglaries to mostly Dunkin' Donuts ...



'Guardian Angel': Stafford officer's warning likely saved life of Massachusetts man  Journal Inquirer

STAFFORD — Of all the thoughts that may flash through an exasperated driver's mind after being handed a traffic ticket or warning, gratitude is probably not one ...



Man charged in DUI, 2-town chase | East Hartford  Journal Inquirer

EAST HARTFORD — Police arrested a man last week who they said was intoxicated as he led officers in a car chase through two towns that ended with a crash.



STAGE REVIEW: Yale Rep's 'Good Faith' is more television news than theater  Journal Inquirer

Connecticut has had its share of controversies lately. Concrete foundations falling apart in houses throughout the eastern half of the state and the General ...



Ellington Chuck Wagon serves up homestyle meals as 'hub' of the town  Journal Inquirer

ELLINGTON — Kostas “Gus” Voukounas, owner of the Chuck Wagon restaurant at 12 Church St., said he tries to keep prices reasonable since he has a lot of ...



EH shooter admits federal gun crime, faces 7 years  Journal Inquirer

A man who was accused of firing a 9mm handgun at an occupied car in East Hartford in July 2016 — but convicted at first only of a state weapons.



Welintukonis out of gubernatorial race | Politics & Government  Journal Inquirer

HARTFORD — Coventry resident Micah J. Welintukonis has officially ended his grassroots campaign for governor after falling short of the number of required ...



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