The original concept envisioned a a 600- to 800-seat aquatic facility for practices and meets, but Mike Kinney, the university’s senior vice president for finance and administration, said that meets would likely attract a smaller audience, more like 200 people. Rendering by S/L/A/M Collaborative architects of Glastonbury.

Sacred Heart to pitch updated South Park proposal

WEDNESDAY MORNING UPDATE: The Special Board of Selectmen agenda has been updated and will now include…

Introduction to Independence

Vista to host Fairfield County information sessions

Vista Life Innovations, a nationally accredited community-based education program for individuals with disabilities, is hosting…

Guest speaker Patricia McNelis will demonstrate the ins and outs of Ikebana for the Easton Garden Club.

Learn Japanese flower arranging at Garden Club meeting

Have you ever been tempted to learn the art of Ikebana, an artful form of Japanese…

Samuel Staples Elementary School with lots of snowmen in the foreground. —Archive photo by Tim West

Special town meeting Monday at Staples

The town came into the new year with a deficit in its health insurance account…

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