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Meriden police investigating Franklin Street shooting, one hurt

myrecordjournal.com — By Molly Callahan Record-Journal staff MERIDEN - At least one neighbor was feeling "a little uneasy" after a woman was shot in the leg when a bullet came through the ceiling of her Franklin Street apartment Sunday. Police Sgt. Darrin McKay said Monday a shot was fired in the third-floor apartment at 108 Franklin St.

State Street in Meriden will be closed for train station work

myrecordjournal.com — By Andrew Ragali Record-Journal staff MERIDEN - State Street will be closed entirely during the construction of a new train station, expected to begin early next month. During construction, bus service will move from State Street to Pratt Street near Mill Street, said John Bernick, state Department of Transportation assistant rail administrator.
Oct 20, 2014

State Street in Meriden could be closing soon for train station construction - bit.ly/1nxf4UP pic.twitter.com/ByGgcqbf5K

Meriden resident organizes weekend food festival at mall

myrecordjournal.com — Dave Zajac Record-Journal By Andrew Ragali Record-Journal staff MERIDEN - Dozens of food trucks will be at the Westfield Meriden Mall this weekend for the Fall Food Truck Fest, thanks, in large part, to a single Meriden resident. The festival is being organized by Meriden resident and food truck enthusiast Rob Ferrie.
Oct 20, 2014

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Oct 20, 2014

#Meriden resident organizes weekend food festival at mall this weekend, of course its #Halloween themed so dress up: myrecordjournal.com/meriden/meride…