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Mosquito Control Through Larvicides

By Sharon Challenger. From July 21-23, 2021, the storm drains in Haddam are being treated with a larvicide to help cull the mosquito population in...

Stay in the Game – 12 and older are eligible for vaccines

From Town of Haddam. (July 21, 2021) The Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH), the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC), and many youth sports organizations...

Haddam Storm Drains to be Treated with Larvicide July 21-23, 2021  

From Town of Haddam. (July 21, 2021) In partnership with the Connecticut River Area Health District (CRAHD) the Town of Haddam will be treating all storm...

HK Coalition Attends CADCA’s Mid-Year Training Institute to Increase Substance Use and Misuse Prevention Efforts

By Matt McEwen. Higganum, CT – HK’s Healthy Community Healthy Kids (HC-HK) Coalition virtually joined thousands of substance use and misuse prevention specialists and community...

Just Drive Contest: Enter for Your Chance to Win up to $5,000

Editorial Staff. Car crashes are the #1 killer of young people in the United States and Impact Teen Drivers (ITD) is a non-profit organization that...

Needleman: Route 149 In East Haddam to be Closed for 5 Weeks; Staying Safe In Extreme Heat

By Norm Needleman, State Senator. (June 28, 2021) -- With Connecticut set to experience extreme temperatures in the next few days as summer arrives, it...

Middlesex Health Further Loosens Visitor Policy

Submitted by Amanda Falcone.  MIDDLETOWN — Due to a low COVID-19 positivity rate in Connecticut, Middlesex Health has further loosened its visitor policy. The changes...

Haddam Neck Resident C. J. Knapp Releases “Secrets of Skinny”

By Kathy Brown. (May 26, 2021) -- Last November, one of our staff reviewed the mystery novel, "Who Took Hannah," by local author C. J....