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By Chloe Jackson
At the intersection of 151 and route 66 sits K.LaMay’s Steamed Cheeseburgers. For nine months Stephanie Lumbra’s hard work has produced excellent all American food. With generous portions: Hamburgers, cheeseburgers, divine BLTs, chicken nuggets, onion rings, and cheese fries means you won’t be disappointed.
With a love for people and a passion for entrepreneurship, opening K.LaMay’s came naturally for the Lumbras. Both grew up in Meriden, eating and working at Ted’s Steamed Cheeseburgers. When Stephanie’s husband lost his job, … Continue Reading
By Chloe Jackson
The Town Council, at December 9th’s meeting approved a contract with Fuss and O’Neill for $29,460 for further soil and ground water assessments in the Village Center.
In 2010 the Town of East Hampton Brownfields Redevelopment Agency was awarded a $200,000 grant to assess the ground water quality in … Continue Reading
By Chloe Jackson
Construction to restore Christopher Brook’s crumbling corridor beneath N. Main st. has been set back. To be completed in three phases the second phase involving the closure of N.main for approximately three to four weeks. The preliminary plan summarized at December 9th Town Council Meeting involved construction taking place … Continue Reading
11/14/14: Charles Evans, Jr., 62, of 64 Main St., East Hampton was issued a ticket for Operating an Unregistered Motor Vehicle. During the same incident, Timothy Evans, 28, of the same address was issued a ticket for Possession of less than ½ ounce of Marijuana.
11/23/14: Thomas Heidel, 50, of 39 Haddam Neck Rd., East Hampton was involved in a one car motor vehicle accident on Middletown Avenue. Heidel was arrested for Driving Under the Influence, Reckless Endangerment, Reckless Driving, Failure to Drive Right and Failure to Stop at a Stop Sign. Heidel was scheduled to appear before the Middletown Superior Court on Wednesday, December 3, at 9 a.m. to answer to the aforementioned charges. … Continue Reading
The holiday season is a time for celebration, but fire hazards from Christmas trees and other decorations can “dampen the festive spirit.” The East Hampton Fire Marshal would like to remind residents to properly care for and decorate Christmas trees, and to practice fire safety in order to prevent yuletide emergencies.
His advice is as follows:
If a household holiday display includes a natural tree, keep the tree adequately watered. Improper care and decoration of live or artificial Christmas trees can lead to catastrophic fires. It takes only seconds for a tree to ignite and the entire room to become engulfed in flames. … Continue Reading
State Representative Melissa Ziobron (R-34) has announced she will be hosting two “Coffee with your Legislator” events during the month of October. One will be held in the Town of …
East Hampton — Tuesday, September 23, State Rep. Melissa Ziobron toured Lake Pocotopaug in East Hampton with Dr. George Knoecklein who is a Limnologist, hired by the town to monitor …
East Haddam residents that stumble upon Eddie’s Auto Body may think they are entering an ordinary auto body shop. The functional surroundings and down-to-earth staff seem to be requirements for …
Mimi Perrotti, Democrataic candidate for the 34th House District; East Hampton, East Haddam and Westchester, is delighted to announce that she has been approved for public financing by the State …
By Chloe Jackson Currently Chatham Historical Society 2015 calendars are on sale. For $8 and a visit to the East Hampton Public Library or the Town Hall
The East Hampton Arts & Culture Commission welcomes grant applications from East Hampton organizations and individuals with programs and/or projects that enrich the lives of East Hampton residents through the …
By Chloe Jackson Between 2005 and 2008 the Town Council hired Friar Associates of Farmington CT to conduct a Feasibility Study to determine best practices for modernization. Currently all existing