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  • GROW Windham hosts Community Dialogues

    GROW Windham/The Windham Regional Community Council hosted the first in a series of two Community Dialogues on Saturday, Feb. 28 at Windham Middle School. The dialogues are part of a USDA-funded planning project calledThe Windham Community Food Network, a...
  • Eastern Women's Basketball Team Wins Little East Title

    Sophomore guard Jordyn Nappi of Southington scored a career-high 25 points to lift the top-ranked Eastern Connecticut State University women's basketball team to the Little East Conference championship with a 64-62 overtime victory over third-seeded UMass...
  • Berlin Hires New Economic Development Leader

    BERLIN — A former business development director for downtown New Britain has been appointed as the town's new economic development director. Chris Edge, 43, began his new $62,617-a-year post in January, Town Manager Denise McNair said Monday....
  • Eastern rugby club sponsors Plunge for Hunger

    The softly-falling snow lent a chilly flair as folks assembled for the fourth-annual Plunge for Hunger in Willimantic's Lauter Park on Feb. 7. The Eastern Connecticut State University rugby team founded the event, hosted in conjunction with the...
  • Michelle Plucenik helps Special Olympic athletes reach their potential

    Michelle Plucenik helps Special Olympic athletes reach their potential
    Michelle Plucenik moved among a crowd of people at the Danielson Elks Lodge in Danielson on Jan. 31. The event was the sixth annual Quinebaug Valley and Plainfield Special Olympic dinner/dance. Plucenik checked with the more than 12 coaches sitting...
  • 'Food For Thought' Will Be MCC on Main's 1st Juried Art Show

    'Food For Thought' Will Be MCC on Main's 1st Juried Art Show
    MCC on Main is planning its first juried art show in April featuring food as the theme. Jane Rainwater, who was hired as curator of MCC on Main's Dehn Gallery in July, said the competition is open to artists of all skill levels. The gallery on Main...
  • On The Fly: Groundhog Savants Can't Agree

    On The Fly: Groundhog Savants Can't Agree
    Punxsatawney Phil saw his shadow and so did Chuckles, but Staten Island Chuck did not see his. So will there be six more weeks of winter? Phil is more famous, and Chuckles is our local groundhog, so we're going with them, and that means six more weeks...
  • Wolverine Pride cheer tournament debuts

    Cheerleaders from around the region finally got a chance to show off their skills close to home, as Griswold High School hosted its first-ever Wolverine Pride Cheerleading Competition Jan. 25. Middle school and high school squads took the mat in pursuit...
  • Raman Mama: Student with an eye on the future

    Raman Mama said he didn't really think twice when he discovered $1,000 in his hometown of Storrs. Riding his bike to the community center last summer, the E.O. Smith student came upon the money. "It was ten $100 bills, and it was just lying on the ground,...
  • Top Professors Withdraw Support For Regents President

    Top Professors Withdraw Support For Regents President
    Ten of the Connecticut State University system's most distinguished professors sent a letter Monday to the legislature's higher education committee withdrawing their support for Board of Regents President Gregory Gray. The professors spoke in their...
  • Free tuition proposal welcomed by local community colleges

    Free tuition proposal welcomed by local community colleges
    As the spring semester gets underway, local community college officials are welcoming President Barack Obama's proposal to offer two tuition-free years of community college to qualifying students nationwide. But questions remain on the plan's specifics...