Road Race & Fundraiser

“The Benny Fund will sponsor the second annual Benny’s Run (5K & Kids Fun Run) on October 04, 2014.  We welcome all runners, walkers, and volunteers of all ages. Benny’s Run was established in 2013, in remembrance of Benjamin J. Neiweem, an EHHS graduate.  As an avid runner and outdoorsman, his family and friends want to celebrate his …

CL&P’s Proposed Rate Hike

State Representative Gregory Haddad (D-Mansfield) expressed his strong opposition to the substantial rate hikes recently proposed by Connecticut Light & Power (CL&P). Haddad called on the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority to deny the request to raise rates for Connecticut customers of CL&P. “This proposed $232 million electric rate hike will financially …

Movie Night at East Hampton Public Library

On Tuesday, August 26th, the East Hampton Public Library will be hosting a Movie Night open to all ages. The featured movie, Heaven is for Real (rated PG), is the story of young Colin Burpo’s visions of an afterlife during an emergency appendectomy.  Said to be a true story, the movie is based on …

East Hampton Police Report

  On 8/6/14: Victor D. Brown, 54, of 170 Earle St., Hartford, was arrested for Forgery in the 1st Degree and Criminal Attempt to Commit Larceny in the 5th Degree and is scheduled to appear before the Middletown Superior Court on Tuesday, August 19th, 2014 to answer to the aforementioned …

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East Hampton man sentenced in fake bomb hoax

August 1, 2013 Local News Comments Off
According to court documents and statements Doran made in court, at approximately 8 a.m. on Jan. 12, 2013, custodians at the East Hampton Middle School found what looked like a home-made bomb leaning against the front doors of the school as they were preparing to open the school for a Christian Youth Basketball League.

According to court documents and statements Doran made in court, at approximately 8 a.m. on Jan. 12, 2013, custodians at the East Hampton Middle School found what looked like a home-made bomb leaning against the front doors of the school as they were preparing to open the school for a Christian Youth Basketball League.

According to a release issued today (Aug. 1) by the FBI, 21-year-old East Hampton, CT resident Sean Doran was sentenced today by Chief United States District Judge Alvin W. Thompson in Hartford to three years of probation for placing a fake bomb at the front doors of East Hampton Middle School on Jan. 12, 2013.

Doran also was ordered to perform 150 hours of community service and pay a $1,500 fine, according to Deirdre M. Daly, Acting U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut.

According to court documents and statements made in court, at approximately 8 a.m. on Jan. 12, 2013, custodians at the East Hampton Middle School found what looked like a home-made bomb leaning against the front doors of the school as they were preparing to open the school for a Christian Youth Basketball League.

It was a rectangular box, approximately 12-by-8-by-4 inches in size, taped together with orange and red duct tape, with a white egg timer on top.

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First ‘extradosed’ bridge in U.S. is in Connecticut

July 28, 2013 Areawide, Business Comments Off
At 2 p.m. on Monday, July 29, Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy will join federal, state and local dignitaries at a ceremony to commemorate the opening of the southbound side of the new Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge on I-95 in New Haven – informally known as the “Q Bridge.” Photo of new bridge from CT DOT

At 2 p.m. on Monday, July 29, Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy will join federal, state and local dignitaries at a ceremony to commemorate the opening of the southbound side of the new Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge on I-95 in New Haven – informally known as the “Q Bridge.” Photo of new bridge from CT DOT

At 2 p.m. on Monday, July 29, Gov. Dannel Malloy will join federal, state and local dignitaries at a ceremony to commemorate the opening of the southbound side of the new Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge on I-95 in New Haven – informally known as the “Q Bridge.”

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Transportation projects expected to create or retain nearly 20,000 construction jobs

July 26, 2013 Areawide, Business Comments Off
Combined, the more than $1 billion in state and federal funding is expected to create or retain nearly 20,000 construction-related jobs.

Combined, the more than $1 billion in state and federal funding is expected to create or retain nearly 20,000 construction-related jobs.

Press Release

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy today (July 26) announced that the State Bond Commission has approved more than $537 million in state funds to finance a series of construction and maintenance projects through the Connecticut Department of Transportation’s (ConnDOT) capital infrastructure program.

The program includes 250 lane miles of state highway resurfacing and more than 40 bridge restoration projects around the state.

The funds will be used to leverage about $600 million in federal transportation aid to update, strengthen and improve the safety of Connecticut’s highways, bridges, rail and transit systems.

Combined, the more than $1 billion in state and federal funding is expected to create or retain nearly 20,000 construction-related jobs.

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Connecticut budget ends with $359 million surplus

July 24, 2013 Areawide, Business Comments Off
Gov. Malloy's budget director Ben Barnes predicted Monday (July 22) that the state will end the year with a $359.6 million surplus. Photo source: State of CT official photo

Gov. Malloy’s budget director Ben Barnes predicted Monday (July 22) that the state will end the year with a $359.6 million surplus. Photo source: State of CT official photo

By Christine Stuart | CTNewsJunkie.com

Personal income tax receipts came in higher than anticipated during May and June (2013), which allowed Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s budget director to adjust the surplus up $123 million more than last month.

Ben Barnes predicted Monday (July 22) that the state will end the year with a $359.6 million surplus.

Personal income tax receipts were up $55.1 million over last month. The corporation tax also was revised upward by $15 million.

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Outdoor concert tonight in East Hampton

July 18, 2013 Arts & Entertainment, Local News Comments Off
Four Barrell Billy with their mix of rockabilly, surf, old school 50s rock & roll, and edgy 60s pop perform July 18 in the Joseph N. Goff House Gazebo Concert series.  Photo source: Four Barrell Billy web site

Four Barrel Billy with their mix of rockabilly, surf, old school 50s rock & roll, and edgy 60s pop perform July 18 in the Joseph N. Goff House Gazebo Concert series. Photo source: Four Barrel Billy web site

Press Release

Tonight, Four Barrel Billy is the next group to perform in this summer’s Joseph N. Goff House Gazebo Music Series. The concert is from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. and will be at the Gazebo on the grounds of Center School. (If it rains, the concert moves inside to The Congregational Church of East Hampton.)

Four Barrel Billy is a trio dedicated to American roots rock ‘n roll with a repertoire that includes rockabilly, surf, honky tonk, Fifties rock ‘n roll and Sixties pop music.

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East Hampton seeks representative for agriculture council

July 17, 2013 Business, Local News Comments Off
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One of the goals for RiverCOG members is providing guidance and information regarding agriculturally-related tax programs and policies.

Press Release

The Town of East Hampton invites citizens interested in agriculture and land use to consider serving as a member on the Lower Connecticut River Valley Council of Governments (RiverCOG) Regional Agriculture Council.

The objective of the council is to support farming in the 17 municipalities that make up RiverCOG and to promote agriculture-friendly land use and municipal policies.

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By Lauren Quirici Kim Page, 48, is in her 4th successful year of business with what she refers to as her “coffee shop gallery” called Higher Grounds in East Hampton.  …

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By Lauren Quirici Step through the door of Sweet Repeats, a clothing consignment shop in East Hampton’s Village Center, and you will find colorful racks filled with dresses and blouses, …

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