Patch has complied a list of the top stories affecting the residents of Rocky Hill during the week of July 30 to Aug. 3:
The Planning and Zoning Commission is the only board in Rocky Hill that can approve the changes and the proposed regulations will be discussed at a meeting in the near future.
Calling hours for the recent Rocky Hill High School graduate will be from 4 to 8 p.m. on Aug. 8 at the Wethersfield Evangelical Free Church.
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Run for a church in Haiti and swimming safety tips are just some of the stories affecting the residents of Rocky Hill.
The Clinton resident will develop curriculum for the entire school system.
Mystery book discussion and youth football are just some of the stories affecting the residents of Rocky Hill.
After months of decline gasoline is becoming more expensive.
Money raised from Maryann Loprete Memorial softball game will fund a scholarship and benefit other causes such as research for treatment of muscular dystrophy.
The beloved Rocky Hill teen was killed last week in an accident that involved a car that he was working on.
Best Friends Pet Care hosted a day full of events similar to the ones at the 2012 Summer Olympics.