Santa Runs

East Hampton Volunteer Fire Department Company One has announced that Santa is planning his yearly “Santa Run” around East Hampton.  Department members will be escorting him around town on the fire engine.  The runs will be from December 13-22, beginning each night at approximately 5:30pm.  This schedule is subject to …

Conservation District Annual Conservation Award Winners

Alison Guinness – CRCCD board member, birder, naturalist, historian and friend of Connecticut’s state parks – led a guided walk during which she spoke about Devil’s Hopyard’s history, geology, flora and fauna, and the lore behind the park’s name.

Freezin for a Reason – annual Turkey Plunge is Nov 16

Once again, this popular event will be held at Sears Park with brave and generous residents from East Hampton – as well as other parts of the state – hitting the water at 9 a.m.

Police search for missing East Hampton girl

Police say Newell has cognitive challenges and was reported as a runaway, who may have entered the local woods.

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Local craft fair needs your talents

All proceeds will benefit the East Haddam fuel bank and will help buy holiday gifts for the Chestelm Adult Day Services clients.

All proceeds will benefit the East Haddam fuel bank and will help buy holiday gifts for the Chestelm Adult Day Services clients.

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Chestelm Health and Rehabilitation Center is bringing back the annual holiday fair and inviting area crafters to be a part of the event.

All proceeds will benefit the East Haddam fuel bank and will help buy holiday gifts for the Chestelm Adult Day Services clients.

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What do you know about Venture Smith Day?

The descendants of famous freed slave Venture Smith gather at his grave in East Haddam, CT to celebrate his life each September. Photo source: www.venturesmith.net 2009

The descendants of famous freed slave Venture Smith gather at his grave in East Haddam, CT to celebrate his life each September. Photo source: www.venturesmith.net 2009

Son of an African king, Venture Smith became the first black man to document his capture from Africa and life as an American slave and successful black freeman in Connecticut.  And he has a local connection.

Venture Smith’s grave is one of the original sites on the Connecticut Freedom Trail.  Events at the various Freedom Trail sites are held throughout Connecticut in the month of September. To read more about the trail, visit the Web site at http://ctfreedomtrail.org

The 17th annual Venture Smith Day commemoration will be held in the cemetery at the First Church of Christ, 499 Town St. (RT. 151) in East Haddam on Saturday, Sept. 14 from 1 to 4 p.m. as part of the Connecticut Freedom Trail events.

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In East Hampton – How to live well as a senior citizen

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The Back Porch Swingers got East Hampton seniors up and dancing at the Senior Center. The band members are: (R-L), David Blanchard (trumpet); Beverly Flaherty (keyboard); Graham Ralph (drummer); Phyllis Glinski (bass guitar); and Ray Joesten (guitar). Photo courtesy of the East Hampton Senior Center.

The Back Porch Swingers got East Hampton seniors up and dancing at the Senior Center. The band members are: (L-R), David Blanchard (trumpet); Beverly Flaherty (keyboard);  Ray Joesten (guitar); Graham Ralph (drummer); and Phyllis Glinski (bass guitar). Photo courtesy of the East Hampton Senior Center

Press Release

The East Hampton Senior Center celebrates the 2013 National Senior Center Month throughout September with many events, programs and an open house to showcase exactly what East Hampton’s Senior Center provides for older adults (60 and over) in the community.

The theme for this celebration is “Experts at Living Well.”

The kick-off for the month-long celebration will be on Wednesday, Sept. 4, featuring Brain Games and Lunch and Learn from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.

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CT DEEP closes parts of State Forest – cites virus-carrying mosquitoes

Connecticut will conduct “ultra low-volume” ground spraying of pesticides affecting adult mosquitoes in the closed areas of Pachaug State Forest  to reduce the number of mosquitoes. Image source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Connecticut will conduct “ultra low-volume” ground spraying of pesticides affecting adult mosquitoes in the closed areas of Pachaug State Forest to reduce the number of mosquitoes. Image source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) has closed areas of Pachaug State Forest to the public due to the presence of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) in mosquitoes that feed on humans.

Some mosquitoes carrying the EEE virus feed on horses and birds.

Pachaug State Forest is located in Voluntown, CT and is the largest state forest in Connecticut. It is a popular camping and hiking location.

Due to the discovery of mosquitoes carrying Eastern equine encephalitis, the DEEP has closed the Mt. Misery and Frog Hollow Horse campgrounds until further notice.

Signs have been posted in this portion of the forest by DEEP staff advising visitors of the closure. Click on this link for a list of alternative camping areas/outdoor recreational areas http://www.ct.gov/deep

According to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “EEE is one of the most severe mosquito-transmitted diseases in the United States with approximately 33 percent mortality and significant brain damage in most survivors. There is no specific treatment for EEE; care is based on symptoms.”

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Last two Explore East Hampton walks

Coming up on Sept. Sept. 8 from 1 to 2 p.m., a tour of Lake Pocotopaug Island – meet at 11 Old Marlborough Road in East Hampton, CT.

Coming up on Sept. Sept. 8 from 1 to 2 p.m., a tour of Lake Pocotopaug Island – meet at 11 Old Marlborough Road in East Hampton, CT.

The East Hampton Parks and Recreation Department has sponsored several walks this summer with the theme of “Explore East Hampton,” and there are only two more left in the series.

The goal of the monthly walks is to introduce people – residents old and new, visitors from neighboring towns, and others – to the history and beauty of East Hampton, CT.

The walks may also spark new friendships, be a part of your goal of getting out and enjoy the outdoors more, and provide lots of tidbits for New England history buffs.

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East Hampton arts group seeks donations for giant tag sale

EPOCH ARTS IMAGE East Hampton CT

Epoch Arts in East Hampton CT, is a regional “arts for youth” non-profit organization dedicated to helping young people learn to communicate, collaborate, create and celebrate by experiencing, hands-on, the arts.

Press Release

Here’s some motivation for cleaning out the garage, the “junk” closet, the college student’s room now that he or she is  off to school…

Epoch Arts needs your donations of gently used items for a two-weekend tag sale/fundraiser.

Epoch Arts has already received some great stuff…  furniture, household goods, art work and more.

So, plan to do some shopping. The tag sale will be held on two weekends, rain or shine, from 1 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 6, and from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 7 and 8.  Your second opportunity is the weekend of Sept. 14-15.

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Court finds Apple part of conspiracy to fix eBook pricing

August 26, 2013 Areawide, Business No Comments
Judge Denise L. Cote of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York said that evidence presented in a trial held in June 2013 shows that Apple played a central role in facilitating and executing a conspiracy designed to eliminate retail price competition in order to raise eBook prices.

Judge Denise L. Cote of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York said that evidence presented in a trial held in June 2013 shows that Apple played a central role in facilitating and executing a conspiracy designed to eliminate retail price competition in order to raise eBook prices.

Press Release | CT Atty Gen George Jepsen

According to a press release issued by the Connecticut Attorney General’s Office, a federal judge has ruled that Apple Inc. violated federal and state law in conspiring to fix prices in the market for electronic books, or eBooks.

In the order, Judge Denise L. Cote of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York said that evidence presented in a trial held in June 2013 shows that Apple played a central role in facilitating and executing a conspiracy designed to eliminate retail price competition in order to raise eBook prices.

The release states that a trial on the request for injunctive relief and damages will now be scheduled.

“As we have said throughout our investigation, consumers are entitled to a fair, open and competitive marketplace,” CT Atty Gen. Jepsen said. “The judge found, by a preponderance of the evidence that Apple conspired to restrain the marketplace for eBooks.

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East Hampton Chatham Party endorses candidates for 2013 elections

August 22, 2013 Business, Local News No Comments
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The East Hampton Chatham Party endorsed 15 candidates at its Aug. 22 party caucus.

Press Release

The Chatham Party of East Hampton, CT  announced today (Aug. 22) its intent to maintain its majority on the Town Council and get more of its members onto other boards such as education, finance, assessment appeals and zoning board of appeals.

The Chatham Party endorsed 15 candidates at its party caucus, according to a press release issued tonight.

Leading the slate are five candidates for Town Council – Sue Weintraub (incumbent), Kyle Dostaler (incumbent), Derek Johnson (incumbent), Glenn Suprono (incumbent) and Angela Sarahina.

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An invitation from the Friends of East Hampton Village Center

Village at 82 Main in East Hampton Village, CT

The group meets the first Thursday of each month to discuss and plan events and initiatives that help promote the village center, including the upcoming fall festival planned for Oct. 26.

Enrollment in new state insurance program begins Oct 1

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You may also want to know that anyone who doesn’t have some form of insurance by Jan. 1, 2014 will be assessed a punitive tax by the federal government.

Court finds Apple part of conspiracy to fix eBook pricing

Judge Denise L. Cote of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York said that evidence presented in a trial held in June 2013 shows that Apple played a central role in facilitating and executing a conspiracy designed to eliminate retail price competition in order to raise eBook prices.

To date, approximately $164 million has been recovered through settlements for consumers nationwide.

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