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Save the dates: Bulletin to host 2 wedding expo events in 2018

Save the dates: Bulletin to host 2 wedding expo events in 2018 The Bulletin and Norwich Magazine would like to invite you to attend our 6th Annual Norwich Wedding Expo and 2018 Northeast CT Wedding Expo events! Join us for the premier bridal events in Eastern Conn. Bring your moms, grandmothers and girlfriends for a fun afternoon! Bring the groom, too! Professionals will be on hand to help you plan your dream wedding! The 6th Annual Norwich Wedding Expo will be held 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday, January 14 at the Holiday Inn, 10 Laura Boulevard in Norwich. The 2018 Northeast CT Wedding Expo will be held 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, March 3 at Grill 37, 37 Putnam Road in Pomfret. Call (860) 425-4224 for more information. 

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What strangers did to get suburban woman her wedding ring back

"It was just sitting on the side of the trail. It was sad to think someone could have lost something important to them and didn't know where," Madison said. Finding no one available at the forest preserve on the holiday, they took the ring home for safekeeping and connected Friday morning with forest preserve ranger Erik Tjarksen at Independence Grove. Tjarksen, a 26-year veteran, said he has dealt with found items such as cellphones, but nothing of this size or value. He found no evidence the ring had been reported stolen but noted the manufacturer's name and a serial number inside the band.   Veteran Lake County Forest Preserve District ranger Erik Tjarksen determined a found ring was a type sold by a retailer with a store in Libertyville. "I figured, now we have something to start with," he said. - Mick Zawislak | Staff Photographer He determined Rolland's Jewelers carried the brand and took it to the store in downtown Libertyville. "I figured now we have something to start with. If they have a record, hopefully they'll have a name as well," he said.

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