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  • New Britain Memorial To Mark 70th Iwo Jima Anniversary

    New Britain Memorial To Mark 70th Iwo Jima Anniversary
    NEW BRITAIN — For those who understand the history of the bronze-and-granite monument along Route 9, Monday offers a unique opportunity to pay tribute. For those who don't know the monument's significance, the Iwo Jima Memorial Historical...
  • Inspired By Detroit, Pratt To Christen Moving Assembly Line

    Inspired By Detroit, Pratt To Christen Moving Assembly Line
    MIDDLETOWN — Two images come to mind as Pratt & Whitney starts to build its engines on a gleaming new assembly line. The first, from 1913, is of a Ford Model T conveyed gently through a Michigan factory on one of the first industrial lines. The...
  • Live Music To Accompany Silent 'Body And Soul' At CCSU

    Live Music To Accompany Silent 'Body And Soul' At CCSU
    The Center for Africana Studies at Central Connecticut State University will host its annual conference on Wednesday and Thursday, March 4 and 5. The events in "African Bodies, Souls and Global Challenges" will begin with a screening of the classic silent...
  • Health Workers Pursue Their Hobby With CT Doctors Orchestra

    Health Workers Pursue Their Hobby With CT Doctors Orchestra
    On a Sunday afternoon in December — a day when others are relaxing at home or ticking items off their holiday to-do lists — members of the Connecticut Doctors Orchestra set up their music stands at Middlewoods of Farmington. After a hasty...
  • Branford Kindergarten Teacher Never Stops Giving

    Branford Kindergarten Teacher Never Stops Giving
    BRANFORD — Judy Spaar knew in third grade that she wanted to be a teacher. "I grew up in Northford and my third-grade teacher was Mrs. Baylis," said Spaar, who has taught kindergarten at John B. Sliney School in Branford for more than two decades....
  • New Principal At Wethersfield's Deane Middle School Says She Likes The Fit

    WETHERSFIED — New Principal Susan Czapla can't explain what made her want to come to Silas Deane Middle School, but she knows it was the right decision. The veteran educator said she was very happy as an assistant principal at South Windsor High...
  • A Cornerstone Of Hartford's Polish Community

    Lottie Pozniak was an ambassador of Polish culture in Hartford from the 1940's into the 1990's. She founded a Polish cultural organization, taught Polish traditions in the public schools, performed in Polish dances and plays and was a leader in her church...
  • State Officials Say Manchester Legislator's Group Home Bill Is Flawed

    HARTFORD — A key part of a proposed bill meant to ease the pressure of state placement facilities on the Town of Manchester would violate federal laws, state agency leaders told a legislative panel Friday. The planning and development committee...
  • Crimes Should Be Factor In Professor Promotions

    Crimes Should Be Factor In Professor Promotions
    Lawmakers need to fix one way in which state universities and colleges promote their faculty: They need to take into account a professor's criminal history. A bill would make personal factors, as well as professional ones, part of the promotion process....
  • Authors Christina Baker Kline, Kate Manning Appearing At Renbrook

    Authors Christina Baker Kline, Kate Manning Appearing At Renbrook
    The Annual Author Series at Renbrook School will host a free talk on Wednesday, Feb. 18, at 6:30 p.m. by New York Times bestselling author Christina Baker Kline and novelist Kate Manning. Kara Sundlun, co-host of WFSB's Better Connecticut and anchor of...
  • Farmington Volunteers Research Local Slaves

    FARMINGTON — Lisa Johnson said researching and documenting the lives of former slaves has been like "walking through quicksand" — both physically and emotionally. "We are not about looking at the past with rose-colored glasses. That does...