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The fire department is one step closer to adding an eighth fire apparatus to its fleet. The Board of Finance and Board of Selectmen have... [Read More]
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The Masjid Al-Mustafa - which claims to be the state's largest mosque - reopened its doors following a court order barring protesters from disrupting services.... [Read More]
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School officials this week presented to the Town Council a financial plan to fund the district's major projects over a span of one year, five... [Read More]
The town council approved more hours for the Clerk of the Works Gary Martin for the Heminway Conversion project during the meeting this week. Martin,... [Read More]
As autumn weather begins to descend on the Nutmeg State, the 40th Fall Festival rang in the season with the community celebrating at Veterans Memorial... [Read More]
MOST BOOKS READ PER CLASS:Kindergarten — Chase Forcucci — 215 booksFirst Grade — Trey Nihan — 331 booksSecond Grade — Keegan Kores — 190 booksClass... [Read More]
After a brief search, the school district named Daniel Carroll its new high school principal during the Board of Education meeting on Monday.Carroll, the assistant... [Read More]
The town has until the end of the month to pay up its delinquent water and sewer bills or face legal action from the city... [Read More]
A 12-year-old boy was hit by a car while crossing Baldwin Street near Madison Street Thursday night. The accident occurred around 7:40 p.m. when witnesses... [Read More]
The Planning and Zoning Commission is considering the installation of two compressed natural gas refueling stations that the applicant says provides power to "the cleanest... [Read More]
Behind the counter of Larry's Wine and Spirit sits a large bucket filled with lollipops, a treat for children who accompany their parents into the... [Read More]
One person was hospitalized with what is thought to be serious injuries after he was hit by a car on West Main Street Saturday night.... [Read More]
After several months of planning and over a year of working with the town, the Kidz Child Care LLC has reached the next step toward... [Read More]
Police arrested five people on drug charges Tuesday following a month-long investigation. Officers searched the home at 84 Turnor Ave. in Oakville at about 7... [Read More]
As work continues on the Heminway Dam Removal Project, beavers on the Steele Brook are undoing some of the progress crews had been making on... [Read More]
Selectman Michael McCormack questioned the amount of year-end transfers - which totaled $483,000 - during the Board of Selectmen meeting this week and he said... [Read More]
Melissa Gabriel said she usually spends several hundred dollars on supplies such as labels, crayons, pencils and glue sticks for her kindergarten classroom at Morris... [Read More]
Town Council Chairman Thomas Winn faced criticism on Monday over the lack of unaffiliated members on boards and commissions in town, specifically the Commission on... [Read More]
Kim Calabrese was named the new fire marshal during the Town Council meeting Monday night. The former deputy fire marshal, Calabrese has served as the... [Read More]
Jeremy Smith was bringing food to his nephew when he sprinted underneath a cover as the rain poured down.And he and wasn't alone - many... [Read More]
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