Wethersfield News
By MARK DIPAOLA
WETHERSFIELD - When Wethersfield High School students and staff left for summer vacation in the middle of June, construction crews got the green light to go to work. Not that they weren’t hard at it already--the...
WETHERSFIELD - A data software provider switch will result in more than $20,000 in equipment maintenance fee savings for the Wethersfield Police Department. The Department will make t...
WETHERSFIELD - A newly-formed ad hoc committee focused on reviewing the Town of Wethersfield’s 50-year lease with the local Historical Society for the Deming-Standish House, the home ...
WETHERSFIELD - About a year and a half ago, Rocky Hill resident Jessica Pelletier was in the hospital having six tumors--four in her breasts and two in her stomach--removed. “I spen...
WETHERSFIELD - A fourth grade teacher at Charles Wright Elementary School is being transferred to Alfred W. Hanmer Elementary in a move that will reduce the number of classes for that g...
WETHERSFIELD - When Wethersfield Mayor Paul Montinieri took the podium in Central Connecticut State University’s (CCSU) Welte Auditorium in New Britain last Tuesday to deliver his add...
WETHERSFIELD - Two years after the deterioration of the Webb Elementary School tennis courts prompted their closing, they will get the renovation work that they have been needing--hopef...
WETHERSFIELD - As the Town of Wethersfield makes the final installations on a $3.6 million Harris Communications emergency radio system, it has settled a lawsuit with Motorola, its prev...
WETHERSFIELD - Come down to the Wethersfield farmer’s market on any given Thursday through October and one of the first stands you’ll see is Gingers’ Jelly and Jams. Based in We...
WETHERSFIELD - It’s early in the game, but the Wethersfield Town Council has begun discussions regarding the addition of solar panels at spots in town. Under Connecticut’s new ren...