Patch has complied a list of the top stories affecting the residents of Rocky Hill this past week.
More than 3,000 residents turned out in support of the $45 million renovation as new high school project.
Additional money for SMART Boards, a full-time math supervisor and reading coaches were keep in next year's budget after the school system saved money on its insurance rates.
Of the 9,387 Americans buried in the American cemetery at Colleville-sur- Mer overlooking Omaha Beach, only four are women. Two are WACS from Connecticut, but little is known about them.
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The accomplishments of this year's Rocky Hill Coalition and Cops & Kids Unplugged groups were acknowledged Monday night.
Seven Rocky Hill residents among the graduating class.
Many residents believe the renovation of the high school is just the first step in the process of repairing other projects in town.
Dozens turn out for a ceremony that honored the park, June Cooke and all the volunteers who worked at the state archaeological preserve.
Cars of every make, model and year were on display at Elm Ridge Park Sunday afternoon.
The emotions I felt this past weekend walking the Survivor Lap with my two children.