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The March Mayor’s Youth Cabinet meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, March 10th at 5:30pm with participants learning about City government, taking a tour of various offices with fun facts about each, and then attending the monthly Joint Meeting of the Board of Finance and City Council meeting at 6:45pm. “We had a great group for… More
Members of the greater Bristol community are invited to a Seder hosted by St. Andrew’s Evangelical Lutheran Church as part of their Lenten meal program. The modified Seder meal will be led by Jewish members of the Bristol Interfaith Coalition. There is no charge but RSVP’s are strongly requested. “Seder” means order and the Passover… More
Harwinton resident and former financial professional Paul Honig began his campaign for Connecticut’s House of Representatives 76th district today, which includes the towns of Harwinton, Burlington, Thomaston and the Northfield section of Litchfield. “I’m excited to announce that I’m running for state representative for the 76th House District,” says Honig. “I ran for this seat… More
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