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ANSONIA Police responded to Woodbridge Avenue Sunday morning after a neighbor reported a dispute involving a handgun, Ansonia police reported in a press release Sunday evening.
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The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center and Community Music School will host an open house for Kate's Camp for Kids, a performing arts summer camp program, on Monday, April 28 from 3 to 5 pm, at The Kate, 300 Main Street, Old Saybrook.
EH Community Lions will be performing eye screening of pre-school children, ages two through 5 at their respective pre-schools and children in Kindergarten and 1st grade the week of May 5. Children not enrolled in these programs may be tested at the Early Childhood Center in the Elementary School.
Kindly support our "Recycle for Diapers" electronics and metal drive by donating old non-working electronics and metal.
A ceremony has been scheduled at Van Buren Moody Elementary School to mark the official launch of "Sowing Seeds," a project to convert the school's two courtyards into outdoor classrooms dedicated to environmental education.
Literacy Volunteers Valley Shore is pleased to again exhibit in the Midd-Shore Association of Realtors Trade Show & Educational Extravaganza.
The time comes in every person's life when he or she must put himself or herself to the ultimate test.
During Volunteer Appreciation week from April 20 through 26, Girl Scouts of Connecticut will honor the 18,000 volunteers that are an essential part to Girl Scouting in Connecticut.
Three Newtown residents are among the latest to add their signatures and support in opposition to Connecticut Senate Bill 405.
A 68-year-old piano teacher was charged with sexual assault on Tuesday for allegedly touching students inappropriately during lessons, police said.
Easter Sunday Sunrise Service in the empty field on Quarry Hill Road, just past the School House Hill Lane intersection, 7 a.m., followed by coffee and potluck breakfast at the church parish house, 408 Quarry Hill Road, Haddam Neck.
Russell Library will host a free session on continuing education options on Thursday, April 24 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Advisers from Trinity College , Middlesex Community College and the University of Hartford will give presentations and answer questions about going to back to school in pursuit of a degree or a new career.
District administrators presented a $423 million budget Tuesday night that would add about 50 full-time positions to the city schools, including an English Language Learner coach, a special education director, a technology manager and an internship coordinator for high school students.
Portland Clean Energy Task Force has partnered with Sagewell, a leader in thermal image analyses and reporting, to provide Portland homeowners with a no-cost thermal image report to see where their home is losing energy.