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Greg Bordonaro 6 minutes ago

  The Newington Planning and Zoning Commission has approved regulations  to allow for a Blue Back Square-type development near the site of a proposed train station on Cedar Street.

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    Matt Pilon August 21, 2019

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    Gregory Seay August 21, 2019

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    Gregory Seay August 21, 2019
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    Mark Pazniokas | CT Mirror August 21, 2019

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Connecticut's Healthiest Employers

The 2019 Healthiest Employers Awards will recognize organizations dedicated to employee health and safety in addition to their efforts to implement health and wellness programs. Honorees will be recognized at ConnectiCare's new facility in Manchester this September. 
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