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01/25/2020

“Blanket” Acrylic painting by Deborah Apostolico See more of Deborah’s paintings on her Ten-2-One Artists’ Page: www.ten-2-oneartists.com/deborah-apostolico Artwork now on exhibit “Renditions”

“Blanket” Acrylic painting by Deborah Apostolico See more of Deborah’s paintings on her Ten-2-One Artists’ Page: www.ten-2-oneartists.com/deborah-apostolico Artwork now on exhibit “Renditions” Gallery Show January 9 – February 26 at The Crescent Gallery 158 Main Street, Thomaston, CT We are open on Thursdays from 10am-1pm during the Ten-2-One Artists’ Open Studio Sessions Read the article READ MORE.
01/23/2020

Connecticut State Police – Troop L Litchfield

Troop L needs your assistance in identifying this interstate burglary suspect. Numerous commercial burglaries took place during the overnight hours this week in the Troop L-Washington area where a suspect was captured on camera. Any information on the suspect’s identity should be sent directly to the Connecticut State Police Troop L Barracks at 860-626-7900. All READ MORE.
01/21/2020

U.S. Census Bureau Hiring Event

THOMASTON – The U.S. Census Bureau will host a hiring event from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, January 25 at the Thomaston Public Library, 248 Main St. The Census Bureau is looking for staff in five areas including enumerators,… Read the rest of the article on primepublishers.com READ MORE.
01/17/2020

Thomaston Police Department Arrest & Citation Log Date – Name – Address – Age – Charges – Bond – Court Date 1/5/2020

Thomaston Police Department Arrest & Citation Log Date – Name – Address – Age – Charges – Bond – Court Date 1/5/2020 – Veillette, Aaron – Bantam Lake Road, Morris, CT – 38 – Operation Under Suspension, Speeding >60 MPH- Promise To Appear – 01/14/2020 1/6/2020 – Hall, David – W. Porter Street, Waterbury, CT READ MORE.
Thomaston voters pass $6.4 million bond package01/17/2020

Thomaston voters pass $6.4 million bond package

THOMASTON – Approximately 30 residents unanimously voted on Thursday night to support borrowing up to $6.4 million for infrastructure improvements, such as roads and school security. First Selectman Edmond V. Mone said the attendance total included town officials. Projects include reconstruction and repair of various town roads for $4,846,000; upgrade to the Woodbridge Lane sewer READ MORE.
01/16/2020

Coffee Program at Library

THOMASTON – The Thomaston Public Library will host a free The World in a Coffee Cup presentation from 1 to 3 p.m. Monday, January 20 in the library’s second-floor community room, 248 Main St. Wild Women Coffee will present a… Read the rest of the article on primepublishers.com READ MORE.

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