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Canton Dollars for Scholars and the Department of Senior and Social Services have honored local award-winners during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As we seek answers to the COVID-19 conundrum, a medical expert addresses key pandemic questions.
State Rep. John Hampton (D-Simsbury) has been honored for his ongoing efforts to protect and preserve Connecticut’s water resources.
Local lawmakers will address the upcoming session of the General Assembly at a Legislative Breakfast in February.
There’s good news for area residents who need medical equipment — a new Loan Locker is a source of durable equipment, free of charge.
All area residents are invited to an informational forum on vaping on Wednesday, December 4 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at Simsbury Public Library.
Simsbury residents and their families are invited to attend a discussion of issues related to senior citizens on Tuesday, November 12.
Architect Richard Schoenhardt has stepped down from his role as a member of the Simsbury Free Library's board of trustees.
Simsbury-based Pixel & Code Studio is celebrating five years in business this fall.
For nearly two years, the Town of Canton has been nudging its Water Pollution Control Agency (WPCA) to reduce its sewer connection fee.
Come celebrate autumn at the Fall Food Truck Festival & Carnival from September 13-15 (Friday-Sunday) at 99 Thompson Road in Avon.
Check out the plethora of September events at the Storyteller’s Cottage in Simsbury — for more info: 860-877-6099
Simsbury VFW Post commander John Fox welcomes veterans to visit with post members at the VFW's vendor booth at the 2019 Simsbury Fly-In.
Three local veterans speak about their firsthand experiences and eyewitness accounts of World War II.
Last fall, for 30 straight days, nurse Patricia Ferguson went for radiation therapy every morning to treat breast cancer.
While employed at a news station in Hartford, I came up with an idea for a comedy series to be produced here.