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  • Two Key Unions Urge No State Budget Reductions

    Two Key Unions Urge No State Budget Reductions
    NEW BRITAIN — Instead of cutting services to balance the new budget, state government should boost taxes on the rich or stand firm in forcing major corporations to pay more, two major unions said at a small labor rally Thursday. Profitable...
  • Community news for Manchester edition

    Mancini/ Mikolajko Wedding BOLTON - Megan Mancini, daughter of Jon and Kathy Mancini of Bolton, and Jim Mikolajko, son of Stephen and Christine Mikolajko of Rochester, NY, were married on Saturday, June 27, at St. Bartholomew's Church in Manchester....
  • Transit Planners From Region Tour CTfastrak

    Transit Planners From Region Tour CTfastrak
    NEW BRITAIN — Touring the gleaming new stations of CTfastrak, transit planners from New York and New Jersey agreed the system is impressive — and probably beyond what they'll attempt in their communities in the near future. "This is really a...
  • CTfastrak Offers Promotions, Discounts To Riders

    CTfastrak Offers Promotions, Discounts To Riders
    Ride the bus, get a cookie. Or enjoy a buck off the cost of lunch, a discount on a haircut or — for the adventurous — maybe a plate of deep-fried catfish fingers. Starting this month, CTfastrak riders can use their proof-of-payment...
  • Former Newington Officer Returns As Chief Of Police

    Former Newington Officer Returns As Chief Of Police
    NEWINGTON — A police officer who rose through the ranks in Newington, then left to be second in command of the Vernon Police Department for eight years, will return to Newington as chief next month. Stephen Clark will take over as chief July 6....
  • Community news for Windham edition

    Camp celebrates 105 years ANDOVER – The Channel 3 Kids Camp is celebrating their 105th summer camp season. New to the camp this year is a summer preschool camp program which provides a camp experience for children ages 3-5. The Camp is still...
  • For Organ Recipient, Donor Family, Father's Day Has Special Meaning

    For Organ Recipient, Donor Family, Father's Day Has Special Meaning
    Jim Hodrinsky did not expect to be around for this Father's Day — or the last one, or the one before that. Diagnosed with cardiomyopathy in 2005, Hodrinsky, 69, spent years in poor health, losing 65 pounds, undergoing six open heart surgeries in...
  • Blake Sits One Out But Enters Hall

    Blake Sits One Out But Enters Hall
    GORHAM, N.H. — Eric Blake is 36 years old. That seems kind of young to be inducted into a running Hall of Fame. But since 2004, Blake, the Central Connecticut State University cross country and track coach from West Hartford, has amassed enough...
  • New Simsbury High Principal Praised For Being 'Student-Centered'

    SIMSBURY — Before he decided to be a teacher, Andrew O'Brien spent his early 20s diving off a research vessel for the Norwalk Maritime Aquarium. The new Simsbury High School principal taught marine biology on the vessel, taking students out on...
  • New Special Education Team Appointed For Glastonbury Schools

    GLASTONBURY — The school system has hired several supervisors to oversee parts of the special education program. Kathleen Johns-Galvin will become the new supervisor of the of the school system's alternative education program, which is expanding....
  • No Longer Homeless — But You Need A Bed

    Sometimes, the world can be found in a cinnamon-scented candle. The Greater Hartford 100-day team that's seeking to cut chronic homelessness is going great guns. With a goal of housing 100 people by June 19, the team has housed 48 chronically homeless...