Wethersfield News
By MARK DIPAOLA
WETHERSFIELD - Wethersfield Mayor Paul Montinieri says that he is looking for a “tight budget” from the Board of Education this year, citing a controversial surplus fund transfer and $36,000 in accidental overpa...
WETHERSFIELD - Five Wethersfield businesses headlined a State of the Town breakfast that stressed the pursuit of economic development and the consequential growth of the Grand List as t...
WETHERSFIELD - A 20-lot subdivision proposal that prompted the Town Council to open a cul-de-sac portion of the purchased Wilkus Farm property was approved by the Town Planning and Zoni...
WETHERSFIELD - Applicants looking to build a three-story, fair market rent apartment complex at the blighted 291 Ridge Rd. property are appealing the Town Planning and Zoning Commission...
WETHERSFIELD - The Connecticut Department of Transportation (DOT), CT Transit and the Capitol Region Council of Governments (CRCOG) are trying to figure out if changes are needed withi...
WETHERSFIELD - The Wethersfield school district has already made some security-prompted fixes to some of its buildings and adding more is one of the top priorities highlighted in the Bo...
WETHERSFIELD - Christmas break at Wethersfield High School saw some level 1, 3 and 5 restroom abatement, the return of some instructional space and the launch of the $85 million project...
WETHERSFIELD - Metropolitan District Commission (MDC) and debt service costs are on the up, while the town is projected to see some savings in fuel and energy costs. That’s part of t...
WETHERSFIELD - Since 1932, D & D Market has been a staple grocer in the Hartford area and the family-owned and operated shop is soon observing the one-year anniversary of its second sho...
WETHERSFIELD - The Central Connecticut Conference (CCC) Champions and CIAC Class L State Tournament runner-up Wethersfield High School Boys Soccer team made a stop at the Town Council m...