Posts Tagged ‘ Killingly ’

Quinebaug River named to national network

Oct 6th, 2012 | By

This year, though, the Quinebaug has risen anew to prominence in the region. Several years ago 10 miles in Massachusetts were named part of the National Recreation Trail network, and this summer, 35 miles more of the river in Connecticut was added to the trail, including sections through Thompson, Putnam, Pomfret, Brooklyn, Killingly, Plainfield and

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New signs on interstate bike trail point cyclists in right direction | The Bulletin

Aug 25th, 2012 | By

When you’re biking 360 miles through unfamiliar towns and cities, it’s important to know where you are. Dozens of cyclists stopped off at Water Street Park Friday afternoon, taking a break from their ride from Maine to Hartford, a span they covered along the East Coast Greenway. The Greenway, a 2,900-mile section of bike-friendly trails,

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$25K added to Killingly budget for open space preservation

May 14th, 2012 | By

Killingly, Conn. — Killingly residents last week approved adding $25,000 back into the proposed $13.3 million general government budget, a move proponents said will enable the town to continue its mission of preserving open space. For more on this story, visit: $25K added to Killingly budget for open space preservation – Norwich, CT – The

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5 agencies collaborating on regional development plan

Nov 21st, 2011 | By

Three regional planning councils and two agencies focused on jobs and housing are collaborating on a regional development plan for New London and Windham counties. Six cities have been identified as central to the plan — Killingly, Norwich, Putnam, Windham, Groton and New London — along with 41 towns, plus the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan

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