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  • What do we know about Ebola, and what are we doing about it?

    What do we know about Ebola, and what are we doing about it?
    Until Thomas Eric Duncan died in a Dallas hospital at 7:51 a.m. on Oct. 8, the Ebola virus was, for most Americans, a hideous disease that happened to people somewhere else. Duncan's death on U.S. soil made it personal. It punctuated earlier calls from...
  • DEEP Commissioner Robert Klee speaks at Eastern Connecticut State University

    On Oct.1, Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Commissioner Robert Klee appeared in a crowded lecture hall at Eastern Connecticut State University to discuss the history of environmental protection in the state. Klee took over...
  • Panel discusses Girl Scouts State of Girls study

    A forum held at Eastern Connecticut State University on Oct. 1 represented the final installment in a series of events hosted by Girl Scouts of Connecticut and sponsored by the First Niagara Foundation. The State of Girls speaker series, based on the...
  • Wethersfield Teacher Of The Year Brings Creativity To Physical Education

    Wethersfield Teacher Of The Year Brings Creativity To Physical Education
    WETHERSFIELD -- When it comes to exercise, physical education teacher Kevin Kobelski strives to get his students thinking outside the box. Take dribbling a basketball. Kobelski wants his Highcrest Elementary School students to get creative. So he...
  • Glastonbury High Sends 91% Of Graduates To Higher Education

    Glastonbury High Sends 91% Of Graduates To Higher Education
    GLASTONBURY — More than 91 percent of the largest class to graduate from Glastonbury High School went off to either a two-year or four-year college. Edward Gregorski, the school system's director of guidance, said 518 graduates of the class of...
  • Waddell School welcomes family resource coordinator

    Waddell Elementary School has a started a new school year with a helpful addition to the community. Like other Manchester schools Verplanck, Bowers, Robertson and Washington, Waddell has added its own Family Resource Center for the 2014-2015 year....
  • Living Right In Connecticut

    Many letters have been written as to the value of leaving the Nutmeg State. My values were engrained from my grandparents who emigrated from Lithuania and Denmark, not speaking much English and carrying all their belongings in a trunk. With hard work they...
  • Enfield Motorcycle Ride Raises Awareness Of Organ Donation

    Enfield Motorcycle Ride Raises Awareness Of Organ Donation
    Joann Meyers' daughter, Kym, died from cirrhosis of the liver in 2010. It was an unexpected diagnosis for the Enfield resident, who was a freshman at Eastern Connecticut State University. On Sept. 6, for the fifth straight year, the Kym's Kause...
  • READER SUBMITTED: A Note-Able Night - An A Cappella Festival

    Singing songs, making music, blending harmonies are some of the words that describe the A Cappella groups performing at Beth Sholom B'nai Israel's A Note-able Night on Saturday, Sept. 13, at Cheney Hall in Manchester. The performances begin at 8:30 p.m....
  • Windham boys' soccer team a band of brothers – literally

    Coach Kevin Kimlingen says he's never seen anything quite like it in 30 years of coaching; this year's Windham High School soccer program includes five sets of brothers. "Everybody says, 'I've never seen anything like it'," said Kimlingen. "You talk about...
  • Eastern Soccer Captain, Now Cancer-Free, Makes Emotional Return

    Eastern Soccer Captain, Now Cancer-Free, Makes Emotional Return
    WILLIMANTIC — Jon DeCasanova knew something was wrong in June 2012 when he looked in the mirror and saw his eyes had turned yellow. The signs of jaundice would mark the first steps into a living hell of radiation, chemotherapy, badly swollen limbs...