Local News for East Hampton, Connecticut


Middlesex Chamber, CRT partner for youth program

MIDDLETOWN – The Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce is once again partnering with the Community Renewal Team on the Middlesex Youth Career Development Services Program. MYCDS is designed to empower out of school youth ages 18-24 by providing them with on the job training, paid internships, or certificate programs at Middlesex Community College. Clients work READ MORE.

Middletown public health block grants available

MIDDLETOWN – The Middletown Health Department is accepting applications for Public Health Block Grant funding for fiscal year 2021-22. Any non-profit social service, or health agency providing services for Middletown city residents is eligible to apply. Applications can be obtained on the city’s website @ www.middletownct.gov and due no later than 4:30 p.m. March 1. READ MORE.

East Hampton elementary students returning to school; others to continue remotely

EAST HAMPTON – Elementary schools will resume in-school learning on Monday, the Board of Education has decided, but the middle and high schools will continue remote learning through mid-January. The board accepted Superintendent of Schools Paul K. Smith’s recommended two-step approach during a virtual meeting earlier this week. East Hampton opened under a hybrid model READ MORE.

2020 All-Shoreline Conference teams

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY First Team Kaylee Gravel, Jr., East Hampton Isabel Berardino, So., Haddam-Killingworth Savannah Garcia, So., East Hampton Caitlin Wiley, Jr., Old Saybrook Catherine Minegar, So., Old Saybrook Jessica Starr, Jr., East Hampton Grace Mikan, So., Cromwell Ava DiMatteo, Jr., Haddam-Killingworth Carlina Castro, Fr., Old Saybrook Madeleine Morgado, So., Old Lyme Second Team Kathy READ MORE.

Wesleyan Potters kicks off annual sale Nov. 20

MIDDLETOWN – Wesleyan Potters 65th Annual Sale is happening in the Gallery/Shop from Nov. 20-Dec. 24. :The holiday marketplace is a one stop shop for gift giving, offering first quality, juried crafts by our talented co-op members, instructors, staff and invited artists,” members said. “We have taken precautionary measures as mandated by the State of READ MORE.

Middlesex County Goodwin University students make honors lists

EAST HARTFORD -The following Middlesex County students enrolled at Goodwin University are among 986 students who achieved dean’s list status, and another 460 who made the president’s list for the spring 2020 session. Dean’s list Janelle Benson, East Hampton; Katelynn Bento, Middletown; Matthew Bergeron, East Hampton; Angel Crespo, Middletown; Emily Culbert, Portland; Alyssia Delgobbo, Cromwell: READ MORE.