Category: Around Town

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Old Saybrook Grand Opening Weekend

Get ready Old Saybrook, we’re moving in! To celebrate our newest store opening in Old Saybrook, Connecticut we are putting on two days of events for the community to join us and see what...

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Used Bike Collection

Check your garages, basements, or barns for those unused bikes of all sizes. Bikes for Kids has an immediate demand for 200 bikes for RACE4Chase a triathlon  for kids, sponsored by the CMAK Sandy...

A common misconception is that a tagged bear is a problem bear, and a bear with two ear tags was caught on two different occasions because it was causing problems. Actually, every bear receives two ear tags (one in each ear) the first time it is handled by DEEP. Most tagged bears have not been caught as problem bears, but rather as part of a project researching the state’s population. Photo be Paul J. Fusco/DEEP Wildlife Division

DEEP Reminds Residents to Be Bear Aware

Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) reminds residents to take steps to reduce contact and potential conflicts with black bears. These steps are increasingly important because Connecticut’s bear population continues to grow...

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Timberlands, Guilford

Back in 1975 the town of Guilford acquired 600 acres of land. Instead of turning it into the latest neighborhood development, it became the Timberland Preserve. Today the preserve serves as a place people...

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Now Hiring: Old Saybrook

The Position: Sales Associate Candidate should have multiple years of specialty apparel and footwear retail experience and a desire to grow. We differentiate ourselves by exhibiting “customer is priority” mindset at all times. In this...

Providing food for bald eagles may seem like a good way to help wildlife and also get a close-up view of an impressive animal, but according to the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, feeding eagles can be detrimental and the activity is expressly prohibited by both state and federal law.  Credit Paul J. Fusco/DEEP Wildlife Division

Do Not Feed Bald Eagles

Providing food for bald eagles may seem like a good way to help wildlife and also get a close-up view of an impressive animal, but according to the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental...