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  • Canton Grand List Records Slight Growth

    Canton Grand List Records Slight Growth
    CANTON — The grand list of taxable property for grew slightly in 2014, mostly from new home construction, town officials said. Assessor Harry DerAsadourian said the list totals $1.1 billion, $6.7 million more than the previous year, or an...
  • Police: Robert Durst had revolver on him when arrested, may face new charges

    Police: Robert Durst had revolver on him when arrested, may face new charges
    Wealthy eccentric Robert Durst agreed Monday to face a murder charge in Los Angeles in the shooting 15 years ago of a mobster's daughter who vouched for him after his wife disappeared. But one of his lawyers said the trip may be delayed by new charges...
  • Lehigh grad Robert Durst, who went on trial for murder, tells his story in HBO miniseries

    Filmmaker Andrew Jarecki first became aware of Robert Durst decades ago but it wasn't until Jarecki learned about Durst's strange pilgrimage to Bethlehem that he became truly riveted by the man at the center of one of Pennsylvania's most bizarre true-...
  • Homer Glen mayor trailing challenger, New Lenox mayor with lead

    Homer Glen mayor trailing challenger, New Lenox mayor with lead
    Two mayors in neighboring towns were both seeking a third term in Tuesday's election, but only one appeared victorious. After a contentious campaign, Homer Glen Trustee George Yukich seemed to have ousted Mayor Jim Daley Jr., as he and his running mates...
  • Durst's health problems not an issue, attorney says

    Durst's health problems not an issue, attorney says
    The scrawny figure shuffled into court last week, shackled and limping. Wearing a yellow jailhouse jumpsuit, he twisted his neck, which had been surgically fused. His shaved head — a prison haircut — revealed a bulge where doctors last...
  • Two seek to oust Baldermann as New Lenox mayor

    Two seek to oust Baldermann as New Lenox mayor
    New Lenox voters will choose their next mayor from among three candidates, all of whom bring something different to the table. Mayor Tim Baldermann is relying on his record as he seeks re-election and could become the first mayor in recent village...
  • Swag Holding Two-Day Warehouse Sale in Old Saybrook

    >>Swag, 117 Main St., Old Saybrook, will have a blowout warehouse and tent sale Friday and Saturday with 40 percent to 70 percent off furniture, home decor, gifts, accessories and more. (Don't miss the birthday cards for 25 cents each.) There will be free...
  • Food truck ideas form as city mulls regulations

    The Hobart City Council continues to work on regulating food trucks in the city. In a discussion Wednesday, talk centered about limiting them to areas where there are no existing restaurants nearby, serving employees and construction workers only, and...
  • She Can't Afford To Take Her Medication (Can TBL Find A Better Deal?)

    She Can't Afford To Take Her Medication (Can TBL Find A Better Deal?)
    Q: I read your recent column on the cost of generic drugs for less than your co-pay (cour.at/1vO3W4B). My prescription plan at work is with CVS Caremark. One of the prescriptions that I need to take for my high blood pressure is Edecrin, but the cost of...
  • Bristol Offers Prescription Discount Card

    Bristol Offers Prescription Discount Card
    BRISTOL - Working with the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities, Bristol has begun offering a prescription discount card to help uninsured and under-insured residents afford prescription medicines. The “City of Bristol Prescription Drug...
  • Shout Out: David Ho, 41, pharmacist with big-screen dreams

    Shout Out: David Ho, 41, pharmacist with big-screen dreams
    David Ho, 41, has lived in Chicago's Galewood neighborhood since 1992 and can often be found writing at one coffee house or another. He's an aspiring screenwriter and hopes to make it onto the big screen one day. Q: What do you like about living in...