Posts Tagged ‘ Sprague ’

Sprague solar array chosen to provide power to state

Nov 2nd, 2013 | By

An unused parcel of land straddling Lisbon and Sprague owned by Fusion Paperboard that will soon be home to a 20-acre solar array can already count two of Connecticut’s biggest utilities among its customers.

Conn. deal preserves 230 acres of open space in towns of Sprague and Franklin

Sep 27th, 2012 | By

The state of Connecticut has struck an agreement that will preserve 230 acres of open space in the towns of Sprague and Franklin. The office of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says the state will award the town of Sprague an acquisition grant of $276,000 to buy the property. It said Wednesday that the deal will

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Invasive vine creeps its way onto Shetucket River’s bank

Sep 24th, 2010 | By

Environmental officials are concerned the discovery last month of an invasive vine capable of growing six inches a day in the Shetucket River in Sprague.

Sayles School going green | Norwich Bulletin

Sep 21st, 2010 | By

Some of the biggest changes to hit Sprague’s Sayles School this year have been stepped on, discarded and washed away by hundreds of people. For the past three years, the district has been quietly transforming its only school to an “all-green” environment that boasts eco-friendly cleaning supplies, toiletries, floor mats and other staples officials say

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