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  1. A Farm & Folk Festival & Shindig In GlastonburyRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant

    The Connecticut Farm & Folk Festival is a shindig that's got young roots, but it's growing, blooming and bearing sweet fruit. This is the second year for the festival, which wisely brings together people's growing good-sense appreciation of locally grown crops, locally made foods and locally created folk music.

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  2. Salon 22 Opens At New LocationRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant

    Salon 22 opened its new facility at 10E Commerce St. in March, and marked its new membership with the CT River Valley Chamber of Commerce with a ribbon cutting on May 18. Owner Suzanne Kootz said she started her business in 2008, and was previously located on Hebron Avenue and later off of Sycamore Street. She and her husband put a lot of work into the Commerce Street salon's design.

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  3. Community News For The Glastonbury EditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Hartford Courant

    The Exchange Club of Glastonbury will hold its 6th annual Touch A Truck event on Saturday, June 4, from 10 to 2 p.m. at Gideon Welles School, 1029 Neipsic Road. This event is designed to appeal to younger children who have an urge to touch tractor trailers, dump trucks fire trucks, other emergency responders, tow trucks, utility and other big rigs, national guard equipment, and even an old butchers meat wagon.

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  4. High School Lacrosse: Glastonbury Vs. SimsburyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Hartford Courant

    WEST HARTFORD, CT, 5/25/2016 Simsbury's #2, Zachary Levin, with ball, has some stiff defense to contend with from Glastonbury's #11, left, Austin Larabee, and # 15, center Chase Maitland as Levin tries to take a shot at the goal. Simsbury won in sudden death overtime.

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  5. Tributes Paid To Troops Who Died In Iraq, AfghanistanRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Hartford Courant

    Every year just before Memorial Day, dignitaries gather in the underground passage between the Legislative Office Building and the Capitol to honor the men and women from Connecticut who were killed in Iraq and Afghanistan. And every year, Lt.

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  6. Glastonbury Board Of Finance Sets Motor Vehicle Tax RateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Hartford Courant

    The board of finance set the tax rate on motor vehicles at 34.6 mills Thursday in agreement with the town council. On Tuesday, the town council voted 6-2 in favor of raising the tax rate from 32 to 34.6 mills to make up for a $727,000 budget deficit.

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  7. Lacrosse: What To Look For As Pairings AnnouncedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Hartford Courant

    The CIAC announced the seedings and schedules for the state high school boys and girls lacrosse tournaments on Thursday. Here are some storylines: Defending champ Darien ran the table in the regular season to earn the top seed in Class L. CCC West rivals Simsbury and Glastonbury are the second and third seeds, respectively.

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  8. Glastonbury School Board Honors Retiring TeachersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Hartford Courant

    The board of education had its annual night to honor retiring teachers Monday. Here's Superintendent Alan B. Bookman's thoughts on each of the educators and what they meant to the school system.

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  9. Experts Warn Action Urgently Needed To Restrict Farm Use of AntibioticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Hartford Courant

    Sandi Rose, of Rose's Berry Farm in Glastonbury, CT, examines the branch and bud of an apple tree for trouble, insects, fungus, winter damage, whatever. She owns and runs Rose's Berry Farm, a fruit orchard, and says the old days of using lots and lots of chemicals are long gone and whatever they use is used very sparingly and for the most part during the flowering part of the season.

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  10. Glastonbury Town Council Recommends Raising Car Taxes To Cover Budget DeficitRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 25 | The Hartford Courant

    The town council has asked the board of finance to raise the tax rate on motor vehicles to make up for a $727,000 deficit in the budget. With the state delaying the implementation of a program created in 2015 to cap the motor vehicle tax at 32 mills, the town has found its $156 million budget in a deficit.

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  11. Council Gives Glastonbury Historical Society A Year To Save Mill WallsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | The Hartford Courant

    The town council has given the Historical Society of Glastonbury a year to save the historic walls of the former Hopewell Woolen Mill. The council voted unanimously Tuesday to delay the action it took in January to demolish the 10-foot-high walls, reducing them to a height of 18 to 24 inches.

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  12. Glastonbury Begins Milling, Paving Project Along New London TurnpikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | The Hartford Courant

    A three-mile stretch of the road between the intersection of Hubbard Street and Neipsic Road to Main Street will be milled and then repaved over the next few weeks. Due to the high traffic counts, the work will be done from 5 p.m. to 7 a.m. to avoid traffic backups in the area due to construction.

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  13. Preparing For Another Summer Of Removing PCBs At Glastonbury's Gideon Welles SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | The Hartford Courant

    Gideon Welles School will be buttoned up for the summer starting next month as crews again remove windows and bricks contaminated with PCBs, school officials told the board of education Monday night. Last summer, crews began a $1.7 million project to replace all the windows at the sixth-grade school.

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  14. Farmington Bank Community Concert Series Flag Day Performance in Berlin by Simply SwingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | The Hartford Courant

    Vocalist Vivian LaRosa will be featured in Simply Swing's Flag Day performance June 14, at 7 pm. at Veterans Park, Veterans Way, Berlin.

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  15. Program To Be Held On Identity Theft, Fraud For Senior CitizensRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | The Hartford Courant

    The program, geared toward scams affecting the elderly, will be held Wednesday from 3-4:30 p.m. at the Riverfront Community Center, 300 Welles St. Guest speakers include a local United States Postal Service inspector, a member of the Glastonbury Police Department and a representative from the AARP. The AARP has a fraud watch network to provide information on protection against scams, ID theft and fraud.

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  16. Awning Place Joins CT River Valley ChamberRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | The Hartford Courant

    Awning Place marked its entry into the CT River Valley Chamber of Commerce with a ribbon cutting at its location on Eastern Boulevard on May 16. Owners Bob and Doris Beaulieu started their business in February of 1988, just two months after they were married, after finding a certain niche that needed to be filled. Bob had been doing remodeling work building decks, while Doris was an administrative assistant.

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  17. GHS Girls Ready For Year-End MeetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | The Hartford Courant

    With the season quickly nearing the end, the Glastonbury girls' track team is fine-tuning for the Class LL and State Open meets. Coach Brian Collins said the team has been doing great, and the win over Simsbury on May 17 brought the team's record to 4-0.

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  18. Community News For The Hebron EditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | The Hartford Courant

    The ninth annual golf tournament to Benefit of The Sunshine Kids Foundation is coming on Wednesday, June 8, at Blackledge Country Club, 180 West St. The foundation provides wonderful recreational activities for children battling cancer. Join the group of volunteers from Berkshire Hathaway Home Services New England Properties Glastonbury/Marlborough office by participating as a corporate sponsor; play golf; donate an auction/raffle item; or be a hole sponsor.

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  19. Glastonbury Wins Lawsuit Over Legality Of MDC SurchargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 | The Hartford Courant

    The town council has won its lawsuit against the Metropolitan District over the legality of surcharges levied by the MDC against Glastonbury and other nonmember towns. Two years ago, the town sued MDC over "general surcharges" levied by the district in nonmember towns of Glastonbury, South Windsor, Farmington and East Granby.

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  20. Board Votes (With Caveats) To Close Eastbury In 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 | The Hartford Courant

    Unless there is an upswing in elementary enrollment this summer, Eastbury School will be closed in 2018, after the Glastonbury Board of Education voted in favor of consolidation at its special meeting on May 16. Specifically, the resolution states that enrollment will be reviewed in November of 2016, and that plans for redistricting will be presented to the Board of Education and the community in the spring of 2017. Resulting class size will also be reviewed, and a space-utilization plan for each of the five other elementary schools will be assessed.

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