FARMINGTON MIRROR DECISION DESK - After careful examination of exit polls, absentee polls, and statistical estimates in the Connecticut Gubernatorial Race, Farmington voters overwhelmingly supported a wealthy, old, white guy to lead the state. The Decision Desk also examined obscure Reddit threads and Instagram pages set up
by Kent Trustalady
Look, I guess I support a woman's right to vote, but only on the things she should know about. Like back on October 21, 1898 (only 50 years after the Seneca Falls Convention), Farmington let some of the ladies vote on "School Visitors", men
The Mastodon settled near what is now the Hill-Stead Museum expecting a quiet life of family, friends, and a fulfilling career along with the other Pleistocene Megafauna. It had lived in both New Jersey and New York and suffered their outrageous taxes and over-priced housing,
The Farmington sewer plant, located off of Route 4 across from Town Farm Road, was built decades ago and, like a car, the aging plant needed to be upgraded to a newer model. At completion, the upgraded water pollution control facility will be able to
This weekend marked the return of the ever-growing Relay For Life of Farmington Valley, where kind-hearted and compassionate members of the Farmington community toughed it out on a rainy weekend to show their support in the fight against cancer; celebrating survivors, mourning those who lost the
FARMINGTON CENTER - For over 300 years people have been complaining about driving through Farmington Center, the stretch of Route 4 from Mountain Spring Road to Garden Street. In other words, the current whining is not unique.
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Low turnout is expected at this year's Annual Town Meeting. A lack of timely public notice, absence of event on farmington-ct.org calendar, and the public's expectation that there won't be any unsanctioned flyers has put a damper on this year's festivities.
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FARMINGTON CENTER – Demolition continues along Farmington Avenue as outside developers seek to remove all traces of authentic charm and history and try to create an ersatz “Disney” version of the 18th century in Farmington. Why restore a historic three-hundred year old building when you
This exclusive League is open to parents who wish to over-identify with their child's experience and define their own self-worth based on the success of their children. In this League, parents will have the opportunity to:
HANDLE ALL SIGN-UPS AND SCHEDULING WITHOUT THEIR CHILD'S INPUT