Local News for Newington, Connecticut

09/21/2019

Pet of the week: Mei Mei

This is Mei Mei, and she is a sweetie. Purring and gentle, Mei Mei has been a favorite with our staff. She is an indoor kitty only and would love nothing more than to sit and be snuggled. Mei Mei is a healthy ragdoll cat. She is 12-years-old and she is at our Newington facility. READ MORE.
09/21/2019

State could explore federal loans for highways

NEWINGTON — Democratic and Republican legislators agreed Friday that Connecticut should explore pursuing low-cost federal loans for funding highway, bridge and rail improvements. The rare moment of apparent agreement in the transportation funding debate came after top lawmakers from both parties emerged from a briefing on two federal loan programs at the Newington headquarters of READ MORE.
Newington Library: "Captain Eva Innocente crept down the central corridor of La Sirena Negra, straining to hear the soft rumble of her quarry over the whine of the FTL drive and the creak of space-cold metal." - Chilling Effect, ...09/20/2019

Newington Library: “Captain Eva Innocente crept down the central corridor of La Sirena Negra, straining to hear the soft rumble of her quarry over the whine of the FTL drive and the creak of space-cold metal.” – Chilling Effect, …

“Captain Eva Innocente crept down the central corridor of La Sirena Negra, straining to hear the soft rumble of her quarry over the whine of the FTL drive and the creak of space-cold metal.” – Chilling Effect, by Valerie Valdes #FirstLineFriday #SciFiFri Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
09/19/2019

GameTimeCT Staff Football Pick’Ems: Week 2

The GameTimeCT staff high school football pick’ems are back for Week 2. Full disclosure, Sean Patrick Bowley correctly selected Guilford to win despite the graphic having him Branford, it was an oversight. The 8-Ball made friends in Newington, after the Indians beat Windsor, because the 8-Ball was the only one who picked Newington to win. READ MORE.
09/19/2019

Hartford Live 2019

The Greater Hartford Arts Council partnered with the City of Hartford on a new program entitled “Hartford Live!” Before and after every Hartford Yard Goats and Hartford Athletic home game for the remainder of the season, attendees were treated to a variety of performing arts, including Bucket Drumming, Breakdancing, Caribbean Dancing, and Flow Arts. This READ MORE.