Wethersfield News
By MARK DIPAOLA
WETHERSFIELD - With both the Democratic and Republican Town Committee caucuses already in the books, a former Deputy Mayor is throwing his hat in the ring for a seat on the Wethersfield Town Council. John Console,...
WETHERSFIELD - With two consecutive division championships under their belt, the Wethersfield High School football team is setting its sights on that elusive state title. Last year’...
WETHERSFIELD - Twelve of the 24 businesses that came to Wethersfield this year stuck around, and another quarter of the total are putting on the finishing touches to open, according to ...
WETHERSFIELD - The ongoing Metropolitan District Commission (MDC) Clean Water Project will require some sewer work on Wethersfield town properties. That’s the word from Engineering a...
WETHERSFIELD - The Republican slate for the coming Wethersfield Town Council elections will feature all of the current minority seat holders, with a couple of new faces as well. Incum...
WETHERSFIELD - The Wethersfield Democratic slate is going forward with some new faces this November, with councilors Jeff Kotkin and Gerri Roberts opting not to seek re-election. The t...
WETHERSFIELD - A slew of Town Charter revision proposals are going to the voters in the form of an election day referendum, but the fate of one of the most widely-discussed issues has a...
WETHERSFIELD - Wethersfield Historical Society is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a $20,000 grant to apply the planning of a new permanent exhibit. The grant was awarded b...
WETHERSFIELD - It’s Tuesday night and the Keeney Cultural Center front yard is packed with lawn chairs. And this is a relatively light crowd, but a live one, according to Historical...
WETHERSFIELD - School’s out, so renovation work is in full swing at Wethersfield High School. Site work has the playing fields and track off limits and Superintendent of Schools Mic...