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  • 'Bad Jews' Breaks Long Wharf Record; Arts Groups Receive Grants

    'Bad Jews' Breaks Long Wharf Record; Arts Groups Receive Grants
    Ten area arts and cultural organizations are receiving a total of $125,000 in "ignition grants," funded by the Greater Hartford Arts Council's United Arts Campaign with support from the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving. The grants are aimed at up-...
  • Sacred Heart Cruises To Class S Final

    NEW BRITAIN – Sacred Heart-Waterbury, No. 1 in The Courant state ratings, took one final stride to the Mohegan Sun Arena with an 84-56 victory over Bloomfield in a Class S semifinal Wednesday night. "They're a special, special team," Bloomfield...
  • Colchester edition community news

    Colchester Business Association Tag Sale COLCHESTER - On Sunday June 14, The Colchester Business Association will hold its 34th Annual Tag Sale on the Green. Early Bird signup rate of $30 for members is available until Tuesday, May 5, after which the...
  • Guns, Medicine, Body Armor, Hospital Beds: State Property Loss Nears $5 Million In 4 Years

    Guns, Medicine, Body Armor, Hospital Beds: State Property Loss Nears $5 Million In 4 Years
    When two nurses in the UConn Health Center's Department of Dermatology walked into a utility room one morning last summer, they noticed the refrigerator was unplugged. But it wasn't milk that spoiled or ice cream that melted in the 14 hours...
  • Improving Connecticut Economy Helped Job Seekers Last Year

    Improving Connecticut Economy Helped Job Seekers Last Year
    Back in 2009, when the bottom was dropping out of the U.S. economy, it was a gamble to major in construction management. That's when Ian Rogers, now 23, started at Central Connecticut State University. "There were times I was kind of afraid because I...
  • Public forum discusses police and racial profiling

    Public forum discusses police and racial profiling
    On March 11, The South Windsor Public Library's Friends Room was filled with residents, police officers, and government officials to discuss police and race relations. At the public community forum, a report from Central Connecticut State University was...
  • Hirings and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses

    JUSTIN STROHand RON SEARS recently joined Liquid. Stroh is the newest member of the project management team and will work with Liquid's clients and internal teams to plan, coordinate and manage a wide range of projects, ensuring that those projects...
  • Restrooms, Parking Would Boost Busway

    Restrooms, Parking Would Boost Busway
    Connecticut has a long history of debating bus rapid transit, but until now, no actual experience with it. That changes on March 28, when CTfastrak begins service between Hartford and New Britain, and points west. Recently, I examined the CTfastrak....
  • Manchester Considers Raising Credits Required For Graduation

    Manchester Considers Raising Credits Required For Graduation
    MANCHESTER — The school board on Monday discussed increasing the number of credits needed to graduate from Manchester High School. Current policy requires 22 credits for graduation. To align with state standards, Superintendent Matt Geary...
  • Book explores the history of African-Americans in Connecticut

    African-Americans have had a long presence in Connecticut. At a Feb. 25 program at the Windsor Historical Society, Elizabeth Normen, publisher of the magazine "Connecticut Explored," said she felt it was only natural to compile a book about the long arc...
  • Sisters divided in murder trial of Aaron Hernandez

    Sisters divided in murder trial of Aaron Hernandez
    FALL RIVER, Mass. -- They are sisters, born just two years apart. Now they are divided by the aisle of a courtroom. Shayanna Jenkins sits behind her fiance, Aaron Hernandez, the former New England Patriot on trial for murder. Shaneah Jenkins sits with...