East Hampton High School |Freshman Orientation

Orientation for incoming freshmen, class of 2019, will be held on Wednesday January 28th, 2015 at 7:00pm. Parents are encouraged to attend and meet the East Hampton High School Community Staff. If weather is inclement the snow date is on Thursday January 29th also at 7:00pm.

Airline Trail Expansion | $400,000

By Chloe Jackson D.E.E.P has announced to the East Hampton Town Council that the Airline Trail will be expanded to Alden’s Crossing.

East Hampton Arts & Cultural Commission | 2015 Grant Application

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 arts.

Infrastructure Reboot | School Consolidation

By Chloe Jackson At Tuesday, January 13th Town Council meeting a motion was passed asking the Board of Education to develop a plan for

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Have Coffee With Your State Rep

October 10, 2014 Feature, Local News, Political Views Comments Off

downloadState 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, the other in East Haddam.

The purpose of the events is to give residents in Middlesex County the opportunity to field questions and discuss with her issues relating to state government.

The first of two events will take place in East Haddam, Thursday, Oct. 23, from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Two Wrasslin’ Cats Coffee House & Cafe; 374 Town Street.

The East Hampton event is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 29 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Higher Grounds Coffee House Gallery, 70 Main Street. … Continue Reading

Police Blotter

October 10, 2014 Feature, Local News Comments Off

East Hampton Police sign copyright 2013 Brenda Sullivan9/19/14: Jennifer Vanwycke, 34, of 14 Myrtle Rd., East Hampton was issued a summons for Shoplifting, (Larceny in the 6th Degree), and was scheduled to appear before the Middletown Superior Court on Tuesday, September 30, at 9 a.m. to answer to the aforementioned charges.

9/20/14: Robert William White, 44, of 14 Fairlawn Ave., East Hampton was arrested for Simple Trespass and Breach of Peace in the 2nd Degree. White was scheduled to appear before t
he Middletown Superior Court on Tuesday, September 30, at 9 a.m. to answer to the aforementioned charges.

9/22/14:
Beth Cunningham, 52, of 6A No. Maple St., East Hampton was issued a ticket for Operating an Unregistered Motor Vehicle and Emissions Non Compliance.

9/24/14: Steven Grandi, 48, of 41 East High St., East Hampton was issued a ticket for Failure to Obey a Traffic Control. … Continue Reading

19th Annual Quilt & Needle Arts Show

October 8, 2014 Arts & Entertainment, Feature Comments Off

quilt showThe tradition continues this Columbus Day weekend, with our 19th Annual Quilt and Needle Arts Show. Please join us for the exhibit of unique, one of a kind works of art. We’ll also have many vendors and a boutique for your shopping pleasure. Bring your appetite to enjoy homemade soups and pies in our café. Be sure to buy your raffle ticket for a chance to win this years “Candy Necklace” queen size quilt.

If you would like to enter your quilt or needle art in the show, please go … Continue Reading

Coffee with the Manager

October 2, 2014 Feature, Local News Comments Off

imagesTown Manager Michael Maniscalo has announced that in an effort to ensure the “Town of East Hampton maintains an open, accessible         government” he will be holding monthly “Coffee with the Manager” events from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on the second Wednesday of each     month.

The first event will be held Wednesday, Oct. 8, at Island Coffee Traders, 37 East High Street. Residents are being invited to join him, and “feel free to bring forward any issue, concern, interest, question or idea they may have.”

The Town of East Hampton is dedicated to its citizens, and through activities like these will be better equipped to meet their needs,” Maniscalo said.

 

Town Hall Driveway Construction

October 2, 2014 Feature, Local News, Local News Comments Off

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East Hampton – Town Hall would like residents to be aware that milling and paving will begin on the exit driveway at the town offices beginning Monday, Oct. 6. The portion of the driveway under construction is near the Police Department.

Visitors to Town Hall will need to enter and exit the parking lot via the upper main entrance. Construction is expected to last through Friday, October 10.

Patience during this process is appreciated.

Energy Company has no Affiliation with Town

September 30, 2014 Feature, Local News 2 Comments

download (1)by Bette Tani – Editor/Reporter

Town officials in East Hampton are advising residents to be wary of representatives from Next Step Living who have been soliciting neighborhoods with energy options. Town Manager Michael Maniscalo said in a phone interview that representatives of the company are telling homeowners they are in partnership with the town. “They are not,” Maniscalo said.

“This statement is false, no entity of the town has endorsed or agreed to work with Next Step Living,” a statement issued by the town said.

“We first learned about this last Thursday or Friday from a resident called to complain about the situation,” Maniscalo said.

“Since then, we have received other complaints,” he added. … Continue Reading

Drawdown of Lake to Begin mid October

September 30, 2014 Feature, Local News Comments Off

downloadby Bette Tani – Editor/Reporter

Lake Pocotopaug’s water level will be lowered in October to allow residents and the town to work on seawalls and beach cleanup. Town Manager Michael Maniscalo said the “drawdown” will be conducted by the dam owner beginning Oct. 10. Maniscalo also said that the dam, as is much of the lake is privately owned; the town only owns 5-acres along the water’s edge. According to public records Stanley Bevin is … Continue Reading

Head Start Preschool Openings Available to Middlesex County Residents

September 29, 2014 Feature, Local News, Local News Comments Off

Head startby Bette Tani – Editor/Reporter

Spots are still available in the Community Renewal Team’s (CRT) Head Start and Preschool Centers. Parents in Middlesex County are being encouraged to consider enrolling their children in these programs even if currently on waiting lists at other area schools. CRT Head Start and Preschool offer a “stimulating educational environment” for children throughout the school year or until space opens on wait lists.

As a special incentive, the first 200 children to enroll in CRT’s Head Start or Preschool Program will receive a free CRT backpack filled with goodies, including pencils, notebook, dental care kit and a children’s book, according to the organization. After 30 days of a child’s attendance, parents will receive a $10 Walmart gift card. For enrollment information on CRT’s Head Start and Preschool Program, call (860) 560-5401 or email ECE@crtct.org.

… Continue Reading

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Have Coffee With Your State Rep

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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 …

Ziobron Tests Blue-Green Algae Blooms in Lake Pocotopaug

(from left) Dr. George Knoecklein, Limnologist and State Rep. Melissa Ziobron discuss cyanobacteria or blue-green algae blooms present in Lake Pacotopaug.

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 …

Eddie’s Auto Body Shop, An Innovative Approach

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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 …

Perrotti Receives Public Funding

Mimi Perrotti is the Democratic Candidate for State Representative in the 34th District which encompasses East Haddam, East Hampton and parts of Colchester. 
Editor’s Note: Numerous phone calls to interview her for a candidate profile article have not been returned. Information about her can be found at mimiforthe34th.com.

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 …

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The Chatham Historical Society

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

East Hampton Arts & Cultural Commission | 2015 Grant Application

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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 …

Friar Associates|Feasibility Study

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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

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