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06/20/2020

Free phones keep kids connected with mentors during coronavirus

For Alejandro Camacho, staying connected to his mentor during this “horrible Covid” is as important as eating his broccoli.The 11-year-old from Bozrah, who will have an order of burgers and fries with that broccoli on many occasions, has made it through the coronavirus pandemic without losing any quality time with his 74-year-old Big Brother Walter McPhee, a retired physician from READ MORE.
04/24/2020

Bozrah group joins mask-making brigade

Among the many shortages caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the least likely item is elastic. But in Franklin, there’s no shortage of generosity.Bozrah resident Mary Beth Barber wanted something to do that would make a difference, so when she heard about the mask shortages, she decided she might be able to do that while she READ MORE.
02/24/2020

Car fire in Bozrah

BOZRAH— On Monday afternoon, a parked car caught fire at 33 Schwartz Road in Bozrah. Jeremy Tarasevich, deputy chief of the Bozrah Volunteer Fire Company, said there were no injuries.Fire trucks temporarily blocked off the road while fighting the fire. Tarasevich said the car was destroyed by the fire.As of 4:36 p.m. Taraseich did not READ MORE.
01/19/2020

Hygienic Art

All Artists art cordially invited to submit one piece of artwork for Hygienic Art XLI Salon des Independants. No Judge No Jury No Fees No Censorship! Art drop off and hanging is January 25, 8am-6pm show opens at 7pm. NEW!! for large artwork and sculpture over 7 FT. Enter your piece at Hygienic Grande annex READ MORE.
01/15/2020

Hartford Courant

Two of the four CT grantees and $120k were awarded to research projects from New London’s Connecticut College. Congrats! Eileen Kane of Connecticut College, $60,000 to research and write a book, “Emigration from Russia and the Making of the Modern Middle East, 1840s-1940s.” Sufia Uddin of Connecticut College, $60,000 to produce a website about Hindu READ MORE.
01/11/2020

Collins & Jewel looking to expand on Rachel Drive

BOZRAH – Brian Dudek, chief operating officer for the Collins & Jewel Company, is happy the town’s planning and zoning board approved site plans that will allow the business to expand.“It’s an exciting project for us and the town of Bozrah,” he said.Last week, Bozrah Planning and Zoning discussed the company’s plan to expand its manufacturing READ MORE.

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