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Herald-Journal.com
Veterans memorial planned in WinstedFeb. 23, 2018 WINSTED – “It’s beautiful,” Winsted City Council Member Tom Olli
Herald-Journal.com / Posted 2 days ago
Feb. 23, 2018 WINSTED – “It’s beautiful,” Winsted City Council Member Tom Ollig said at the Feb. 20 work session, after seeing the renderings of the veterans memorial proposed in Winsted. The council plans to... Read more
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Herald-Journal.com
Karels offers a volunteer network plan for her admired hometowna volunteer network plan for her admired hometownFeb. 23, 2018 HOWARD LAKE – K
Herald-Journal.com / Posted 2 days ago
a volunteer network plan for her admired hometownFeb. 23, 2018 HOWARD LAKE – Kira Karels, a 2014 Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted High School graduate, is well on her way toward a law degree, and, she hopes, a career in family law. Karels, 22, is... Read more
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Hartford Courant
With Soccer Dreams Shattered, Mitch Anderson To Be Sentenced For Dillon Stadium Fraudoverseas in Scotland before making his way to Connecticut in the 1980s, friends
Hartford Courant / Posted 4 days ago
overseas in Scotland before making his way to Connecticut in the 1980s, friends said. He eventually married, settling in Winsted and then in the Farmington Valley. Anderson worked buttoned-up jobs in insurance and consulting, but his budding... Read more
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Herald-Journal.com
LP moves forward with $85,000 storm sewer projectof a welding exhaust system from Matheson of Willmar at a cost of $1,313. • sc
Herald-Journal.com / Posted 9 days ago
of a welding exhaust system from Matheson of Willmar at a cost of $1,313. • scheduled a joint meeting with Bergen and Winsted townships Wednesday, March 7 to discuss purchase of a replacement fire engine. The cost of equipment is $557,351,... Read more
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Herald-Journal.com
Reich family fundraiser slated for Feb. 24move too far from her roots. She is the daughter of Brian and Patti Barth. Bria
Herald-Journal.com / Posted 9 days ago
move too far from her roots. She is the daughter of Brian and Patti Barth. Brian has been a teacher at Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted Schools for many years; and her grandparents enjoy living on Little Waverly Lake. Kelly is a HLWW graduate. He... Read more
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Herald-Journal.com
Flagship reflects on 75 yearsFeb. 16, 2018 WINSTED – Founded in 1942, Flagship Insurance Services has deep
Herald-Journal.com / Posted 9 days ago
Feb. 16, 2018 WINSTED – Founded in 1942, Flagship Insurance Services has deep roots in the Winsted community. It all started with J.J. Sterner, who owned the insurance agency as part of the bank in Winsted. The first... Read more
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Herald-Journal.com
Winsted to approve formal park dedication and donation policyFeb. 9, 2018 WINSTED – During the Winsted City Council work session Feb. 6, Ci
Herald-Journal.com / Posted 16 days ago
Feb. 9, 2018 WINSTED – During the Winsted City Council work session Feb. 6, City Administrator Dan Tienter presented the background on a proposed policy under which the city will accept... Read more
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Herald-Journal.com
HLWW graduate thrilled to serve as St. Paul Winter Carnival’s East Wind Princess9, 2018 HOWARD LAKE – Heather Westling, former resident of Howard Lake, and a
Herald-Journal.com / Posted 16 days ago
9, 2018 HOWARD LAKE – Heather Westling, former resident of Howard Lake, and a 1997 graduate of Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted High School, has been busy lately. Royally busy, in fact. Westling was crowned the 2018 Winter Carnival East Wind... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Snow closes schools, slows traffic in the Litchfield Countythe Northwest Corner Wednesday, as local schools closed for the day and residen
The Register Citizen / Posted 17 days ago
the Northwest Corner Wednesday, as local schools closed for the day and residents navigated slick roads. The Torrington, Winsted and Litchfield public schools cancelled classes for the day, as did the Gilbert School and Northwestern Connecticut... Read more
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
Messy Wednesday, in less than 24 hrs: snow, sleet, and rain !UPDATE... The round of snow from this morning is over, but in its wake some to
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 19 days ago
UPDATE... The round of snow from this morning is over, but in its wake some towns saw some minor accumulations: 1.5" from Winsted, 1" from Sharon... even flakes were flying in Niantic. As of 12p, the snow was over and clouds were breaking up over... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Plea agreement offered to Winsted woman charged with sex assaultWINSTED — A Winsted woman accused of sexually assaulting two juveniles will rec
The Register Citizen / Posted 19 days ago
WINSTED — A Winsted woman accused of sexually assaulting two juveniles will receive a suspended sentence as part of a plea agreement with the state. Chloe E. Marolda, 74, of J5 Nanni Drive, pleaded guilty to a charge of risk of injury to a minor... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Bubbles & Truffles fundraiser set for Feb. 9; tax prep services avaialble in Thomaston; Flanders to hold day camps Feb. 19-20; Voices of Hope scholarships availableWINSTED — The twelfth annual Wine Tasting and Chocolate Extravaganza fundraiser
The Register Citizen / Posted 20 days ago
WINSTED — The twelfth annual Wine Tasting and Chocolate Extravaganza fundraiser will be on Friday, Feb. 9 at Crystal Peak, 164 Torrington Road in Winsted, from 5:30-8 p.m. Along with the wine and beer tasting, there will be food, truffles, a silent... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Boys basketball: Northwestern crushes Lewis MillsWINSTED — Berkshire League leader Northwestern (13-1, 12-0 Berkshire League) st
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 22 days ago
WINSTED — Berkshire League leader Northwestern (13-1, 12-0 Berkshire League) stunned second-place Lewis Mills (10-4, 10-2 ) with its second lop-sided win of the season over the Spartans, 58-35, Friday night at Northwestern High School. A month ago,... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Winsted arrests for Feb. 2, 2018Court in Torrington Feb. 13. VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER: Kristin N. Pizzica
The Register Citizen / Posted 22 days ago
Court in Torrington Feb. 13. VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER: Kristin N. Pizzica, 45, of 343 West Wakefield Boulevard, Winsted, was arrested Feb. 2 and charged with violation of a protective order, second-degree breach of peace, and... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Winsted weighs condition of school buildings as report recommends re-opening HinsdaleWINSTED — The Board of Education and school administrators have held two public
The Register Citizen / Posted 23 days ago
WINSTED — The Board of Education and school administrators have held two public meetings on the future of Batcheller Early Education Center and the old Hinsdale School, basing discussions on a report from the The Capitol Region Education... Read more
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Herald-Journal.com
Horses and libraries are college student’s passionsFeb. 2, 2018 WINSTED – Growing up in Winsted, Jayde Proffitt enjoyed trail rid
Herald-Journal.com / Posted 23 days ago
Feb. 2, 2018 WINSTED – Growing up in Winsted, Jayde Proffitt enjoyed trail riding with friends but never owned a horse of her own. That fact hasn’t stopped her from pursuing a degree in equine... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Torrington senior center holding safe driving courses; safe boating course begins in March; scholarship opportunities available; library invites art show submissions; Connecticut Pops recruiting membersmust be returned to the high school counseling office, mailed to Greenwoods Sch
The Register Citizen / Posted 23 days ago
must be returned to the high school counseling office, mailed to Greenwoods Scholarship Foundation, P.O. Box 834, Winsted, CT 06098 or faxed to Mrs. DePaoli at 860-379-0618 by Feb. 15. Submissions sought for library art show FALLS... Read more
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The Register Citizen
3 Torrington massage parlors served with stop work orders as business practices investigatedserved with stop work orders Thursday by the state Department of Labor after su
The Register Citizen / Posted 23 days ago
served with stop work orders Thursday by the state Department of Labor after surprise investigations. Maple Massage, 683 Winsted Road; Graceful Massage Spa, 835 New Harwinton Road; and Comfort Massage, 997 East Main St. were presented with the... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Winsted students take in wisdom, delight in yo-yo tricks and sleight of hand at assemblyWINSTED — Students at the St. Anthony School in Winsted enjoyed yo-yo tricks an
The Register Citizen / Posted 23 days ago
WINSTED — Students at the St. Anthony School in Winsted enjoyed yo-yo tricks and sleight of hand Thursday morning — and took in some wisdom about life at the same time. The young people gathered for an assembly featuring The NED Show, which is... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Torrington arrests for Feb. 1, 2018forgery. She was released on a $1,000 bond. POSSESSION OF NARCOTICS: Nicole C.
The Register Citizen / Posted 23 days ago
forgery. She was released on a $1,000 bond. POSSESSION OF NARCOTICS: Nicole C. Fanta, 35, of 143 East Wakefield Boulevard, Winsted, was arrested Jan. 29 and charged with possession of narcotics, use of drug paraphernalia and possession in a school... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Torrington arrests for Jan. 29, 2018to appear in Superior Court in Torrington on Feb. 6. NARCOTICS: Shaquon M. Rob
The Register Citizen / Posted 26 days ago
to appear in Superior Court in Torrington on Feb. 6. NARCOTICS: Shaquon M. Robinson, 31, of 86 Green / Gatewood St., Winsted, was arrested Jan. 18 and charged with sale of hallucinogen/narcotic, possession of a controlled substance in a... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Winchester to hold public event on analysis of schools; Shepaug Valley High School hosting Mind in Motion events; Outing Club plans ski trip; kindergarteners can register for 2018-19WINSTED — Residents are invited to join Winchester Board of Education, the Ad H
The Register Citizen / Posted 27 days ago
WINSTED — Residents are invited to join Winchester Board of Education, the Ad Hoc Facilities Members, and the Superintendent of Schools for a detailed analysis of the findings of the CREC Facilities Report, Jan. 30, 12 p.m. at Town Hall in the Hicks... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Students can apply for scholarships; Gunn library to hold college application programKent, Litchfield, Morris, New Hartford, Norfolk, North Canaan, Salisbury, Sharo
The Register Citizen / Posted 28 days ago
Kent, Litchfield, Morris, New Hartford, Norfolk, North Canaan, Salisbury, Sharon, Torrington, Warren, Washington and Winsted/Winchester. For a complete list of scholarships, visit northwestcf.org/scholarships. Established in 1969, the... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Father and son share a love of music with new store on Main Street in WinstedWINSTED — Frank Guglielmino and his son Sam Guglielmino are hoping to share the
The Register Citizen / Posted 29 days ago
WINSTED — Frank Guglielmino and his son Sam Guglielmino are hoping to share their passion for music with the community through their new business, Mad River Music at 60 Main St. Frank Guglielmino said he became interested in music as a child growing... Read more
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Herald-Journal.com
Winsted church welcomes new pastorJan. 26, 2018 WINSTED – As the new pastor of River of Life Christian Church in
Herald-Journal.com / Posted 30 days ago
Jan. 26, 2018 WINSTED – As the new pastor of River of Life Christian Church in downtown Winsted, Jon Wall is excited to share messages about God’s love and the Bible. “That’s my favorite part [of being a pastor],”... Read more
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Herald-Journal.com
House destroyed by fire in Howard LakeHuber Ave. SW) at 7:23 a.m. Jan. 20. Also assisting were the fire departments o
Herald-Journal.com / Posted 30 days ago
Huber Ave. SW) at 7:23 a.m. Jan. 20. Also assisting were the fire departments of Lester Prairie, Cokato, Waverly, Montrose, Winsted, and New Germany, as well as the Wright County Sheriff’s Office, Cokato Ambulance, Howard Lake Ambulance, and... Read more

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