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Killing

Informal; an extremely large profit.
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Other national tenants at The Crossing at Killingly Commons include Staples, Bed Bath & Beyond, Michaels, Petco, Hallmark and GameStop.
Once complete, the Killingly Energy Center will be capable of powering approximately 500,000 homes and represent an investment of over $500 million, providing numerous benefits to the local community and its economy.
Sue Allard of the Danielson section of Killingly described the earthquake as being like a car accident.
president and chief executive officer of Kramont, said: "The Killingly center is a welcome addition to our property portfolio.
Both the Killingly Energy Center and the Reidsville Energy Center will have capability to meet power demands of about 450,000 homes.
The Killingly Industrial Park's water system fits the Company's expansion plans according to Marshall T.
He states, "We are pleased to offer this picturesque land and reservoir to the Town of Killingly for the enjoyment of all residents, while simultaneously securing tax credits and exemptions that help us to hold rates stable for our customers and benefit our shareholders.
Staples currently operates an 830,000 square-foot facility in Hagerstown, Md; a 310,000 square-foot facility in Killingly, Conn.
She graduated from North High School in 1933 and moved to Killingly in 1949.
The 792-megawatt Lake Road Generating Plant, located in Killingly, Conn.
Lawrence and her husband Jamie of East Killingly, CT; her mother, Avis (Beauregard) Gomes of Thompson, CT; her brother, Alan Gomes and his wife Wendy of North Grosvenordale, CT; two sisters, twin Doreen M.