Anti-Racism Resources: Educate Yourself

Diving into the world of anti-racism for the first time can be confronting. It may feel challenging to understand your place and where to begin with educating yourself. Luckily, there are endless resources online to help you learn about anti-racism work, dismantle the unconscious biases that exist within yourself, and take action to create a […]

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25th Annual Edmund Ganem 5K Race/Walk Slated for july 18

The Rotary Club of Terryville, CT’s 25th Annual Edmund Ganem 5K Race/Walk will be held Saturday, July 18, 2020 at 9:30am.  Some new protocols will be in place to ensure the health and safety of our runners and volunteers. Pre-register online at https://www.raceentry.com/races/edmund-ganem-memorial-5k-runwalk/2020/register and enjoy reduced registration fees.  Participants may also register the day of the race […]

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New Retailer to Open in Bristol While Another Shuts Down

You can now add another tenant to Bristol’s oldest Plaza. The owners of Bristol Plaza, announced the addition of Five Below to Bristol Plaza – the affordable retailer will be located in the former Roz & Ali store next door to Stop & Shop. Renovations are currently underway and the new store is expected to […]

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Drive-in Movies are Back in Connecticut; Check Out These 6 Locations

How’s this for a comeback in the era of coronavirus? Drive-in theaters may be part of our new normal. Coronavirus social distancing restrictions make them a safe place to go to the movies. Drive-in theaters, which combined America’s passion for automobiles and movies, peaked in popularity during the 1950s and early 1960s. Many closed down […]

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Big Changes Are Coming to This Downtown Bristol Intersection

The vacant lot at the corner of Route 6 and North Main Street is going to get a massive makeover. The city of Bristol’s zoning commission unanimously approved plans for a new assisted living project on the site. The property owner and former city hall administrations have been at odds for over a decade regarding […]

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Fishing in Connecticut During COVID-19

Whether you’re fly fishing the Housatonic or Farmington Rivers, catching monster Northern Pike in Bantam Lake, or even cruising Long Island Sound for favorites like fluke, porgy, sea bass, and bluefish, fishing in Connecticut has never been more popular. And thanks to our friends at the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP), now […]

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What to Expect on May 20 When Connecticut Starts Phase 1 Reopening

The four sectors of business that will be allowed to open on May 20 are restaurants, personal services, retail, and offices. During his daily news briefing this afternoon, Governor Lamont announced that his administration is utilizing seven criteria in its consideration for Phase 1 of Connecticut’s reopening efforts: 50-percent capacity Outdoor dining only Tables 6 feet […]

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