SUFFIELD — As temperatures creep back up with the approaching late spring and summer, lines will begin to form once again as Wilma’s Scoop Du Jour opens its windows to serve ice cream to families looking for a cool treat.
SUFFIELD — A local group is set to hold a rally at 5 p.m. Friday evening on the town green to bring attention to what members say are racist incidents in the town’s schools.
The Stafford High softball team started a stretch of six consecutive games on the road on the right foot Saturday.
Michael Leroy Oberg, author and scholar in Native American studies, will share key elements from one of his seven books, “Peacemakers,” on Monday, May 9, at 7 p.m. at Kent Memorial Library, 50 North Main St., Suffield.
SUFFIELD — A ceremony will be held May 21 to install a witness stone memorial for Titus Kent, an enslaved man who served with his owner in the Connecticut militia during the Revolutionary War.
SUFFIELD — The Board of Finance will hold a hearing tonight at 7 on the proposed $62.88 million budget, which would reduce taxes slightly.