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
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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On a snowy day along the wintry Connecticut coastline, Walrus, a recent immigrant from the Atlantic Ocean, gathered a multitude of indigenous oysters around to make his announcement. This mysteriously funded, large-flippered marine mammal claimed a "Farmington First" platform.
The time has come,' the Walrus said,
by Blythe Leigh Rood
It's the holiday season, and while families and friends will gather around the table to share traditional meals, I am preparing to dig in my heels.
You see, I don't like certain foods. I can have issues based on texture, color, smell, and/or
Hey Girl - I know you're scared of all the state budget cuts. I spend a lot of time pointing them out to you - all those big numbers too high for you to count. I like it when you're feeling anxious, then I can tell
We've seen it with Uber. Now the "Responsible Farmington" team is trying to put their "Bro Culture" in our local government by trying to undermine women in leadership roles.
During a recent interview in a West District study filled with leather-bound books, "Responsible Farmington" supporter and
In advance of the contentious November election, the Town Council met for an Autumn Solstice Barbeque before the gloves come off during campaign season. Council Chairwoman Nancy Nickerson built a stunning campfire with a skill on par with Boy Scout Troop 170 and used the
In an effort to improve parking at the Wood-n-Tap's Farmington location, The Hartford Restaurant Group has purchase a decommissioned Ukrainian Car Ferry and placed it on the adjacent pond.
As the CT Dept. of Transportation continues STATE PROJECT NO. 51-260, the traffic signal at the intersection of Garden Street and Route 4 (Farmington Ave.) is seeking legal representation against the DOT claiming its being prevented from carrying out its duties.
"There are times that I