The BoE is scheduled to tackle the issue Monday night. Btw, a few fun facts: the red-tailed hawk, ubiquitous in Connecticut, is independent after 2 months, can live for up 20 years, and mates for life.
Also: We've got more town events listed in our 'OneMan Central' log (and the town events calendar is another trove of information). As for the schools, you can also check out MPS Central, which lists future district happenings, half-days and more. And if we are missing anything, anywhere, just email firstname.lastname@example.org to add an item.
Manchester High School held its 126th commencement ceremony Tuesday night; we featured five members of the class of 2019 in our 'Humans of Manchester' gallery, which you'll find on both Facebook and Instagram.
Does A Bear Sit In The Woods? Undoubtedly, but he sometimes wanders out into neighborhoods, too, and here's proof:
There have been a bunch of sightings around town this week and -- while bears generally don't travel very fast -- news about them does ... especially in the social media age. Here's some background info shared by the MPD
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