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  • CCSU Professor Arrested Again

    CHESTER - A Central Connecticut State University professor with an extensive criminal history, including convictions for driving under the influence and operating under suspension, was arrested again over the weekend after a one-car accident, according to...
  • Cronin and Company, LLC hires three

    Cronin and Company, LLC, an advertising agency in Glastonbury, has hired three new employees. The company is the largest full-service independent marketing communications agency in Connecticut, as well as the state's "Top Shop" as declared by Adweek...
  • Bloomfield's Retiring Planner Looks Back On 26 Years

    BLOOMFIELD — Thom Hooper, Bloomfield's town planner for more than a quarter century, is retiring. His last day on the job is Dec. 31. Hooper, who marked his 26th year on the job in October, is the first full-time town planner ever hired in...
  • One City's Story: Family Ties, Invention Made New Britain The Hardware Capital

    One City's Story: Family Ties, Invention Made New Britain The Hardware Capital
    A 1948 chamber of commerce booklet with a plain brown cover and a simple title, "New Britain, An Industrial City," paints a remarkable story. In that postwar year, even after some shaking out, there were still nine great hardware companies operating...
  • UConn 81, Central Connecticut 48: Wrapping Things Up From The XL Center

    HARTFORD – This was UConn’s last “tune-up.” Central is the last mid-major on the Huskies schedule; the remaining 20 games are in the American Conference, plus true road games at Florida and Stanford. UConn played five games of...
  • UNH Student Who Brought Guns To Campus Sentenced To 2 Years

    UNH Student Who Brought Guns To Campus Sentenced To 2 Years
    MILFORD — Before a Superior Court judge sentenced William Dong to two years in prison Friday, the former University of New Haven student had a chance to explain why he brought rounds of ammunition and firearms — including an illegal Bushmaster...
  • Dec. 7 Ceremony Will Honor Pearl Harbor Casualties

    NEW BRITAIN — The National Iwo Jima Memorial Monument will be the scene of a ceremony Dec. 7 in memory of the Pearl Harbor attack and the approximately 2,400 lives that it took. Organizers are inviting the public to hear Raymond Greene, a World War...
  • Manchester Has Outsized Group-Home Burden

    Manchester Has Outsized Group-Home Burden
    Does Manchester have more than its fair share of group homes? That's the contention of some town officials — and it looks as though the numbers justify their concern. Manchester has 65 group homes and other "placement facilities," according to a...
  • CCSU Poetry Professor In Hot Water Again

    CCSU Poetry Professor In Hot Water Again
    It may be time for Central Connecticut State University to do something about Ravi Shankar, the poetry professor who has been in and out of the news — and of jail — during the past three years. In 2011, Mr. Shankar was convicted for a...
  • Crime Reporter To Talk At New Jewish Book Festival

    Crime Reporter To Talk At New Jewish Book Festival
    Hank Phillippi Ryan knows news, and she knows crime. As a longtime investigative reporter for Channel 7 news, the NBC affiliate in Boston, she has won 32 EMMYs, 12 Edward R. Murrow awards and many other honors. Ryan also is an author of award-winning...
  • Botanic gardens talk bridges centuries and continents

    A presentation by the author of "Garden Tourism," Dr. Richard Benfield, took his audience on a journey across centuries and continents – including a monastery garden at the Abbey of St. Gall in Switzerland dating back to 810 A.D., "The Eden Project"...