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11 Connecticut farms on Dept. of Health list of spots associated with E. coli outbreak

HARTFORD — Tainted beef from a slaughterhouse in Athol, Massachusetts has sickened patients in several states, including Connecticut. Friday, the Connecticut Department of Public Health released a list of local farms identified by the USDA as having… 228 more words


Valuing Vanessa: Griswold Finds a Home (Giveaway)

Holly and Hopeful Hearts

When the Duchess of Haverford sends out invitations to a Yuletide house party and a New Year’s Eve ball at her country estate, Hollystone Hall, those who respond know that Her Grace intends to raise money for her favorite cause and promote whatever marriages she can. 858 more words

Regency Romance

Mother starts walk to end drug abuse stigma after son dies

JEWETT CITY — A Connecticut mother who lost her child to heroin addiction is doing her part to shed light on this raging epidemic.

Kathleen Dufficy organized a walk to create awareness and end the stigma of… 221 more words


State Police capture suspect in Griswold

GRISWOLD, Conn. (WTNH) — Connecticut State Police were actively searching for a suspect who fled from authorities while they tried to serve a warrant at the suspect’s home. 54 more words


Tale Weaver #83 August 25: Out my kitchen window–midnight garden

Standing at my second floor kitchen window, I watched Griswold’s “Crickets’ Moon”* elbow aside the remaining clouds, silvering the midnight garden into luscious patterns. Windows open, rain-wet air lazily pluffing the curtains, bringing in the zephyrs of wet earth, night flowers, and sweet pine. 408 more words

Mindlovemisery's Menagerie

State Police searching for a peeping Tom in Griswold who is also stealing underwear

GRISWOLD — Connecticut State Police are searching for a suspect who’s been going around homes in Griswold, peering into windows and, at times, breaking into them, escaping with lingerie and other intimate clothing. 146 more words


Into the Light: Edward Charles Volkert, the pastural painter

Farm animals, particularly cattle, have long been accepted as a strong sub-genre of landscape painting, with its exponents such as Constant Troyon widely celebrated. Oddly, the American Impressionist… 339 more words