The Stafford Department of Public Works has submitted final design documents for the Leonard Road...
The Stafford Lions Club has been serving the community since 1951. During this past year activities and fundraisers were canceled due to the pandemic. The club has been looking for new ways to serve and settled on honoring first responders and health care workers by purchasing lunches from local restaurants and giving them to groups like the COVID testing team, fire departments and police, and various departments at Johnson Memorial Hospital and Evergreen Rehabilitation Center. The club also helped SafeNet ministries unloading trucks and giving out food boxes. Several Lions volunteer at SafeNet’s Farm to Table program. Roger Ingraham photos
For local baseball prospect, it’s time to meet the Mets. STAFFORD — The next steps...
With the advent of spring there’s new hope in the air. C.G. Bud Knorr SOMERS...
East Windsor Selectman’s Corner
As we move into May, the Boards of Selectmen, Education and Finance have completed their budget work for the year, and now wait for approval of the voters at our annual budget referendum, the first of which will be held on May 11, 2021.
There’s plenty going on as the calendar turns to May. Happy spring! There’s so much to celebrate this month! A Bridge Street Park public information session, is planned for May. BSP promises to be a new town amenity for all to enjoy. Prior to initiating the RFP, the town compiled...
After serving Vernon and surrounding communities for more than a century, the multi-generational family jewelry store Friedrich Jewelers is closing its doors. To thank its customers, the jeweler began hosting the largest event in its history, a “Going Out Of Business Sale,” on April 19, at 520 Hartford Turnpike in...
Lions’ Good Work Continues During Pandemic
The Stafford Lions Club has been serving the community since 1951. During this past year activities and fundraisers were canceled...
The Stafford Lions Club has been serving the community since 1951. During this past year activities and fundraisers were canceled due to the pandemic. The...
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