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If you want to get your engines revving in an old-time sort of way — or if you’d just like to enjoy something of an old-fashioned summer night before the cold weather comes — spin by Glenwood Drive-In next Wednesday night.

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Local veterans were recognized and celebrated for their service to the country Monday, Aug. 6, during a ceremony at Hamden Middle School, as they received medals marking their time in the military.

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There’s nothing passive about this nonprofit video store, particularly as its cultural mission includes a symphony of live music performances featuring all styles, tastes and even abilities.

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The fair and carnival season is in full swing. Summer is a time for ice cream, trips to the beach, amusement parks, fairs and carnivals. As I drive along the highways in the evening, I can’t help but see all of the lights from roller coasters, Ferris wheels, carousels, and thrill rides that …

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What may seem like just a little repair work to many of the young people involved in doing it is actually a mammoth gesture of help to the recipients in need.

The annual meeting of the Daytime Gardeners of North Haven was held at the home of Helen Nado. The business meeting included the installation of new officers: President, Sally Brockett; Vice President, Helen Nado; Treasurer, Walter Brockett; and Secretary, Brenda Howlett. New pages for the m…

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On May 22, four tornadoes and several damaging macrobursts struck Connecticut. The storms downed trees and power lines and left more than 120,000 homes and businesses without electricity. Schools closed for several days while tree and line crews from Connecticut and neighboring states worked…

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The North Haven Rotary Club welcomed Mary Minotti as its new president for the 2018-19 year during a June 26 installation dinner at Tradition Golf Club in Wallingford. Minotti, owner of The Music Center of North Haven, succeeds Brian Coughlin.

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NEW HAVEN — The NAACP has sued the state for what it terms “prison gerrymandering,” where inmates are counted as residents for purposes of drawing state legislative district lines in the towns where they are incarcerated, rather than at their pre-incarceration address.