Patch has complied a list of the top stories affecting the residents of Rocky Hill during the week of Aug. 6 to 11.
A funeral service for a recent Rocky Hill High School graduate was held Thursday morning at the Wetherfield Evangelical Free Church.
The high school open house and free dancing are just some of the stories affecting the residents of Rocky Hill.
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While the latest data shows the real estate recovery in Connecticut is slow, in Rocky Hill home sales are outpacing the state average.
To make the proposed improvements to the schools, including adding sprinklers, would cost the residents of Rocky Hill about $15 million, according to a local architect.
There are now 32 towns including Wethersfield in the state where infected mosquitoes have been discovered, though no human cases have been reported yet.
First District congressman hosts forum on money and politics.
The stand is expected to be fully constructed by the beginning of next season.
The annual Dinosaur State Park Day will celebrate the 46th anniversary of the discovery of 2,000 early Jurassic dinosaur footprints in Rocky Hill
Instead of offering Indian food in a fine dining atmosphere, a Rocky Hill business is allowing people to get the same quality food in a casual setting.
Funding from the federal government will be used to build a buidling with public bathrooms and a repair shop at Ferry Park as well as improve the parking lot.
South Kensington, Rocky Hill and Newington Fire Departments all took part.