Patch has complied a list of the top stories affecting the residents of Rocky Hill this past week.
Rocky Hill Public Schools and the Board of Education will be hosting focus groups during the month of March to help with the search for the new superintendent of schools.
The veterans' organization donations help other groups who take regular trips to Walter Reed Medical Center to give gift cards to injured troops.
Business after hours event allows business owners and chamber members the chance to network and develop professional relationships.
Bella Flora and other florists expect to be busy all day and night on Valentine's Day.
Several items were taken from one resident's dwelling at the Connecticut Veterans Home and state police may have a suspect in the case, according to a report.
Residents hope to clean up the state archaeological preserve in time for the grand opening of the park in June.
Small business owners and Chamber of Commerce members meet each month to network over bacon and eggs.
A third meeting on the plans that will guide the high school renovation will be held on Tuesday.
The Ferry Working Group gave its final recommendations on the Connecticut ferries to the Department of Transportation Wednesday night.
The plan of conservation and development public comment portion of the meeting was removed from the agenda until at least 2014.