District 13 has in an effort to save an estimated $40,000 in transportation costs. New bus routes are now available .
Authorities are still searching for five men wanted in a . A donation made this week has increased the leading to arrests to $10,000.
The Lowe's store in Meriden on Sunday, leaving nearly 100 employees out of work.
A group of Coginchaug High School students spent part of their summer .
A Killingworth couple says speeding has become a dangerous problem on roads in town, including their own .
Wiffle Ball, right here in Connecticut, continues to prove its popularity with all ages.
A Middletown teen missing for four days and reunited with his parents. Nathan Carman, who suffers from Asperger’s Syndrome, told police he was on his way to Florida.
The former owner of Powder Ridge offers to develop the ski area into a "year-round resort." Days later the town .
If you've lost your zeal for zucchini, check out the Cheeky Gardener's to do with summer squash.
Patience can pay off at Durham Meadows says Patch Outdoorsman Ed Ricciuti, who writes about his while bird hunting.
Got talent? The Durham Fair Entertainment Committee is now accepting applications for its talent shows. You can find the application .
Durham's Liz DiVincentis finished in at the Connecticut Women's State Amateur tournament this week.
The Environmental Protection Agency says Durham's Superfund Site on Main Street will continue through the rest of the year. Soil removal is scheduled to begin later this month.
Middlefield resident Christine Willett is a breast cancer survivor and founder of After the Storm Inc. This week the organization held the to raise money for breast cancer treatment.
A local Girl Scout troop is from a backyard garden in Durham to a food pantry in Middletown.