Wethersfield News
By MARK DIPAOLA
WETHERSFIELD - A solemn and well-attended memorial service gave one final salute to a Wethersfield Police Department K-9 killed during a search for a suspect in late November. Wethersfield police officers, state p...
WETHERSFIELD - A minimum budgeting requirement-driven adjustment could help the Board of Education erase a $255,000 budget overage reported at the November 22 regular meeting, but the d...
WETHERSFIELD - It was delayed by a struggling economy in 2008. Then, a Department of Education space waiver helped it along after a $10 million asbestos and construction inflation-rel...
WETHERSFIELD - The 28th Assembly District rematch between Russ Morin a Republican challenger Mike Hurley saw the incumbent democrat retain his seat, tallying 6,621 votes to the current ...
WETHERSFIELD - Incumbent legislators forecasted tougher budget days ahead, while Republican challengers renewed calls for “common sense” prioritization when it comes to spending and...
WETHERSFIELD - A sign, a Facebook post, and then a lengthy round of Town Council meeting public comments brought one Connecticut House candidate’s views on the national election into ...
WETHERSFIELD - A third party candidate is throwing his hat in the ring for the 28th Assembly District seat. Wethersfield attorney Lee Johnson, a former Town Councilor who also served ...
WETHERSFIELD - State House incumbent Russ Morin held a late launch rally at Millwoods Park Sunday, sounding off on target industries for job growth, as well as what he feels is an air o...
WETHERSFIELD - A Connecticut Conference of Municipalities (CCM) committee-formed between officials in several towns throughout the state-will examine regional cost sharing, as well as t...
WETHERSFIELD - Math test scores are up statewide, with the Wethersfield school district coming in with its own double digit gains. Governor Dan Malloy-along with State Department of E...