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  • GOP Questions Attendance At Clinton Event; Dems Say Sellout

    Republicans are questioning the turnout at a Democratic fundraiser featuring former President Bill Clinton, saying there was obviously room for more attendees at the back of a truncated ballroom in New Haven. Democrats, though, say the event generated a...
  • CCSU Police To Target Drunken Drivers On Sept. 4

    CCSU Police To Target Drunken Drivers On Sept. 4
    NEW BRITAIN - City and Central Connecticut State University police announce they'll be staffing a sobriety checkpoint on Sept. 4. Extra patrol officers will be assigned to the duty. Drivers will pass through the checkpoint and police will look for signs...
  • Middle School Teacher Promoted To Health, Physical Education Administrator

    EAST HARTFORD — A health and physical education teacher at East Hartford Middle School has been hired as the school system's supervisor of health and physical education for grades K-12. Tracy Stefano's first day in the new position was Monday....
  • New Simsbury Children's Librarian Is Where She Wants To Be

    New Simsbury Children's Librarian Is Where She Wants To Be
    SIMSBURY — Joanne Moody walked out of an office in the children's room in the library recently wearing a pair of multicolored cat-eye glasses and a bookshelf-patterned knee-length dress. "I didn't wear my glitter shoes today," said Moody, laughing....
  • Civil War author

    BROOKLYN- On Friday, Sept. 12 at 7:30 p.m. join the members of Brooklyn Historical Society at Brooklyn's Trinity Episcopal Church Parish Hall, 7 Providence Road (Rt. 6) to welcome Dr. Matthew Warshauer, professor of history at Central Connecticut State...
  • New Britain Schedule For Labor Day Weekend

    NEW BRITAIN - City Hall and the public library will be closed Sept. 1 in honor of Independence Day. Both are scheduled to reopen on Sept. 2. The New Britain Museum of American Art is scheduled to be open on Labor Day. Central Connecticut State...
  • Traffic Stop Profiling Statistics Need Closer Look

    Black or Hispanic drivers who are stopped by police in Connecticut are twice as likely to have their cars searched as white drivers. But police are more likely to find contraband in cars driven by white drivers. Does that mean police are unfairly and...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Duncaster To Present Program About Women's Equality Day

    Duncaster Retirement Community will present a public workshop on the women's suffrage movement and what it means in today's environment. The program will take place on Tuesday, Aug. 26 at 7:30 p.m. It is free to the public with preregistration. The event...
  • Fall Dance: Traditional ('Nutcracker') Meets Non-Traditional (Social Media)

    Fall Dance: Traditional ('Nutcracker') Meets Non-Traditional (Social Media)
    This season an array of dance offerings will entertain, amaze with athleticism, and even reflect on social issues — such as the slippery slope of social media — are we more connected, or less? And, what is up with the obsession over "selfies?"...
  • Fall Movies: Film Festivals, 'Diamond Ruff' Screening

    Fall Movies: Film Festivals, 'Diamond Ruff' Screening
    Alternative-movie offerings are plentiful this fall. In addition to festivals featuring indie and foreign films — the Feminist Film Festival, the EROS gay film festival, the Festival of Ibero American Cinema, the Manhattan Short Film Festival...
  • Avon Library Plans Progams On Civil Rights And World War II

    AVON — The Avon Free Public Library will host a series of exhibits, lectures and other presentations this fall and early winter on the nation's civil rights movement and World War II, the library has announced. Those programs start in October and...