Patch has complied a list of the top stories affecting the residents of Rocky Hill this past week.
Home sales were up across Connecticut, but not in Rocky Hill.
Residents felt the tax base, businesses and the town in general would be negatively affected if the referendum on the high school project does not pass.
Parks and Recreation employee helped make Army's life easier during his deployment.
We get to spring ahead by winding the clocks forward one hour.
Police and school officials are taking precautions after envelopes with white powder were delivered to three Connecticut schools.
The school board at one point considered eliminating the space altogether and reducing the class size is still on the table under the high school renovation project.
Main Street was reopened just after 10 a.m.
No one was seriously injured in the accident Tuesday afternoon.
The Board of Education will vote to move the educational specifications to the council next week.
McVicar Field, which should be replaced in about five years, will cost $500,000, according to Parks and Recreation Department director.
The proposed ordinance will be reviewed by the Public Safety Committee after changes were made.
Cleanup efforts will continue for the next three weekends at Dividend Pond Trails and Archaeological District and all are welcome to join.
The children at the two Rocky Hill elementary schools learned the importance of reading during Read Across America day.