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School officials will explore meaningful ways to spend a $480,000 from the Kathleen Magowan Revocable Trust, Superintendent Matthew T. Curtis told the Board of Education Tuesday.
Hampton will be available to answer questions and provide a preview of next year's legislative session, according to a news release.
Kathleen Magowan thought her estate might be worth around $40,000, but it turns out it was really worth about $6 million.
The board of selectmen voted unanimously Monday to approve a three-year contract with a nonprofit group to operate the Simsbury Meadows performing arts center.
For 60 years the Civitan Club of Simsbury and the Farmington Valley has been giving back to local communities and beyond.
Barbara E. Lyttle, 42, of 35 Madison Lane, West Simsbury was charged with operating under the influence and failure to drive right at 8:57 p.m. on Dec. 5, 2013.
On the 72nd anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor Saturday, the structure spanning the Farmington River on Route 185 in Simsbury was official dedicated as the "Bataan Corregidor Memorial Bridge."
On Dec. 2, 2013 the Simsbury Police Department informed the public about an aggressive dog that escaped from a kennel on Rescue Lane in Bloomfield.
West Hartford resident Jessica Mikan has expanded her Magic Kringle brand to include a book that provides the backstory behind her "magic reindeer food."
Sean Glenn plans to walk across the country for eight months, starting March 1, to raise awareness of climate change.
It's been some time in the works, but local veteran Dan Crowley will get his wish to have a bridge named in honor of two battles he fought in during World War II.
William Davis, who immigrated from Ireland to the U.S. in 1954 and went on to co-found the McGrath-Davis construction firm, died Oct. 17. He was 88. "He was born into very humble beginnings," said his son, Damien Davis.
This weekend, state and local officials will honor Simsbury veteran Dan Crowley and other World War II veterans who fought in the Battle of Bataan and the Battle of Corregidor.
The story of a local woman's generosity continues to make national headlines. This week, NBC Nightly News carried the story of Kathleen Magowan, who quietly left hundreds of thousands to Simsbury Public Schools, St. Mary's, the University of St. Joseph and more.