Glastonbury’s reluctant approval of apartment project brings fresh opposition to Connecticut’s affordable housing lawDespite public opposition, Glastonbury planners have given their OK to a builder who wants to put up a 74-unit apartment building in town.
- Glastonbury Food Truck Festival a feast for foodies
- The third annual Bikers for Babies Ride will be Saturday from Glastonbury to Boston, when an all-female biker club will transport breast milk to a dispensary for mothers to use.
- Nyam Bakery Cafe, a Jamaican eatery, just opened inside an office building in Glastonbury.
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- 384 East rocks crowd at Glastonbury Riverfront Music Series
- Area real estate experts say the frenzy of buying and selling houses in greater Hartford that marked the first 18 months or so of the pandemic has slowed a bit, but just a bit.
In trail connecting Glastonbury and Wethersfield, officials see opportunity for economic development, bike trafficThe Connecticut Department of Transportation along with state and local officials broke ground on the Putnam Bridge Trail Connections Project between Wethersfield and Glastonbury on Thursday.
- Glastonbury musician helping to popularize 'Classical Crossover' genre
- Glastonbury residents will soon have a new place to buy groceries. A “specialty grocery store” has been approved on Hebron Avenue on a parcel of land between Sycamore and Lyndon streets.
- The Glastonbury Town Council is taking another look at the zoning regulations regarding accessory dwelling units, commonly referred to as in-law apartments, in the light of new changes to state regulations.
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- The UConn women’s basketball team has finalized its nonconference schedule for 2022-23 season. The Huskies will play Tennessee Volunteers in Knoxville on Jan. 26, the programs announced.
- Arriving units attempted to stop the Passport, but the operator continued on the highway into Farmington, then exited and re-entered to head east, police said.
- After losing House Speaker Joe Aresimowicz’s district after he retired in 2020, Berlin and Southington Democrats are looking to a well-known former town manager to get them back in power in November.
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- The CDC relaxed its COVID-19 guidelines, dropping the recommendation that Americans quarantine themselves if they come into close contact with an infected person.
- We know bears come for the food and not our company and the problem seems to be growing as more Connecticut residents report issues with the large, clawed animals. Earlier this summer, a bear that broke into multiple homes in Canton was euthanized by DEEP.
East Windsor’s Dari Delite to close after 66 years: ‘You will forever be etched in our hearts’Dari Delite, the East Windsor ice cream shop that has delighted residents of the town for 66 years, announced that the store would close for good at the end of the season.
- Hartford Public Schools welcomed teachers from Puerto Rico Wednesday as part of the district’s effort to fill vacancies and enhance cultural enrichment through Hartford’s new Paso a Paso Puerto Rico Recruitment Program.
- West Hartford's GastroPark, which has been serving breakfasts and lunches for two years, now is doing weekend brunch.