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February 22, 2024

What you need to know this week in Redding

Eversource seeks a 19% rate hike to recover CT's imposed costs


Remembering Redding: Learn more about the history of black homeownership in Redding


Non-profit organization Trout Unlimited plans to conduct a feasibility study in Redding to look at impact of dams on Norwalk River fish habitat

Photo by Andrew Elliott
Featured in Volume 2/Issue 34, February 22, 2024 

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Photo by Debora DeCarlo Rosa
Featured in Volume 1/Issue 4, September 1, 2022

Where to Purchase

Redding Sentinel is available for purchase at the following local businesses:

Pignone's Redding Ridge Market and Deli

Caraluzzi's Markets (Bethel & Georgetown)

Old Mill Market & Cafe

Thank you for your continued support and happy reading!


Photo by Dominique Pignone
Featured in Volume 1/Issue 3, June 2022

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Photo by TheReddingDrone
Featured in Volume 2/Issue 19, October 12, 2023

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Photo by Jessie Wright
Featured in Volume 1/Issue 13, December 1, 2022

Each issue of Redding Sentinel features images from around the town taken by local photographers.

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