Meriden's Week in Review

A probe into police, presidential primary blahs and a Daffodil Festival with no daffodils.

It was another busy week at Meriden Patch. Here are this Sunday’s highlights from the week in review:

  • State police into the circumstances surrounding two incidents involving the that turned fatal last weekend.
  • The city of the Moses Andrews Homestead.
  • Wilcox Tech junior David Powers received a citation from state Sen. Len Suzio for his selection as a Dean's List Finalist at the Northeast Utilities FIRST Robotics Competition held at the end of March.

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  • — 12.6 percent, to be exact. The low turnout mirrored that of other communities around the state.
  • The Board of Education's conference room is the new home for from the students at .
  • Forget the scarcity of daffodils, which came and went with the early April heat wave ... the 34th annual Meriden Daffodil Festival . 
  • Two columns from regular Patch columnists drew some heated reader reaction. First, . Also, book reviewer Susan Schoenberger
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