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  • Free Health Clinics Available In New Britain

    Free Health Clinics Available In New Britain
    NEW BRITAIN - Central Connecticut State University's nursing department and New Britain Health Academy students are holding free health clinics for New Britain residents. The sessions are held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Wednesday through April 29 at...
  • News from Colchester Public Schools

    Bacon Academy Math Team advances to state competition The Bacon Academy Math Team's successful season qualified the team to compete at the state level. The Bacon Academy 12 "A Team" members earned points to qualify for the state competition in Hamden....
  • Savor This Goodspeed, Viola Davis Kind of Weekend

    Savor This  Goodspeed, Viola Davis Kind of Weekend
    There are a few sure signs of spring in these parts and a couple of them happen this weekend. On Friday the Goodspeed in East Haddam opens for the season with its production of the classic musical “Guys and Dolls. ” And as an added bonus, as...
  • Falvo To Lead American Savings Foundation In New Britain

    Falvo To Lead American Savings Foundation In New Britain
    NEW BRITAIN - After David Davison retires as the top executive of the American Savings Foundation, Maria Falvo will take over the leadership position, the organization announced. "Maria Falvo is the perfect choice to lead the foundation into the future,...
  • Wethersfield Police Chief Rejects Findings Of Report On Racial Disparities In Traffic Stops

    Wethersfield Police Chief Rejects Findings Of Report On Racial Disparities In Traffic Stops
    WETHERSFIELD -- Police Chief James Cetran is strongly rejecting a report that suggests local police officers may be racially profiling minority drivers -- especially Hispanics -- calling its methodology fatally flawed. "I know it's not true," Cetran...
  • Scarborough 11 Keeps Family At The Center

    Scarborough 11 Keeps Family At The Center
    The door opens into the kitchen, and there stands Dave Rozza, one of the notorious Scarborough 11, an outlaw in his own Hartford home because he had the audacity to buy a mansion and move into it with close friends. Welcome to life inside the fishbowl,...
  • State Report: Racial Disparities Found In Traffic Stops By Some Police Departments

    State Report: Racial Disparities Found In Traffic Stops By Some Police Departments
    HARTFORD — A yearlong study of police traffic stops in Connecticut has identified 10 police departments and two state police barracks where there appear to be racial disparities in who gets pulled over. The state-mandated study, released Tuesday...
  • Berlin Officer Wins National Shooting Award

    BERLIN — Joseph Linskey, a town police officer for 15 years and one of the department's firearm instructors, won a national marksmanship award, beating his nearest competitor by 60 seconds. Linskey, 39, earned the national championship in the Stock...
  • Faculty Group Wants To Dismantle, Rebuild 'Transform CSCU 2020'

    Faculty Group Wants To Dismantle, Rebuild 'Transform CSCU 2020'
    After faculty lashed out against a transformative plan for the Connecticut State Colleges & Universities system last fall, Board of Regents President Gregory Gray promised to do a better job of engaging faculty in the development of the plan. For...
  • Small Financial Services Firm Finds Niche in IRS Compliance

    Small Financial Services Firm Finds Niche in IRS Compliance
    AVON — AMTEC, a small financial services firm that employs 11 people, has a business built on regulations you've never heard of for investments you may have never bought. But, those investments — tax-exempt bonds — are sure to have...
  • Presentation On Gideon Welles Civil War Diary At Statehouse Tuesday

    Presentation On Gideon Welles Civil War Diary At Statehouse Tuesday
    GLASTONBURY — Civil War historians and enthusiasts will explore the diary of Gideon Welles Tuesday at the Old State House. Welles, the Glastonbury native who served as Secretary of the Navy under President Abraham Lincoln, will be showcased with a...