Wethersfield News
By MARK DIPAOLA
WETHERSFIELD - A lot’s changed since Rocky Hill resident Harriet Unger was battling breast cancer three years ago. With medical marijuana becoming increasingly available in the form of the state Department of Co...
WETHERSFIELD - Wethersfield, like other districts throughout the state, is in the process of testing a new standardized test this spring, and parents who attended the Smarter Balanced A...
WETHERSFIELD - A discussion regarding the proposed consideration of selling Wethersfield’s Standish House drew criticism from a handful of residents that came out to last Monday’s m...
WETHERSFIELD - A proposed $55.88 million Wethersfield School budget, an increase of 3.75 percent over the 2013-14 fiscal year, cleared the first hurdle of the approval process at the Bo...
WETHERSFIELD - A vote regarding the Wethersfield’s application for three grants, a move that was approved 5-4, prompted a discussion regarding the future of the Standish House at last...
WETHERSFIELD - Before former Assistant Town Manager Rae Ann Palmer retires officially, she has one last job in Wethersfield to finish. The Town Council voted unanimously to hire Palme...
WETHERSFIELD - A regional service sharing grant will cover 50 percent of the cost of a $156,000 tree truck that will be utilized by the town of Wethersfield, as well as its neighbors in...
WETHERSFIELD - Wethersfield has inked a ratified labor contract with its physical services union that includes periodic wage increases and expanded employee healthcare changes. The To...
WETHERSFIELD - When local government officials, both Democrats and Republicans, campaigned at election time, economic development through drawing in new businesses in an effort to reduc...
WETHERSFIELD - Before a packed house inside Wethersfield’s Keeney Memorial Cultural Center two weeks ago, Mayor Paul Montinieri, Town Manager Jeff Bridges and Superintendent of School...