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  • About A La Carte

    About A La Carte Connecticut is the birthplace of the hamburger. It's home to more than two dozen wineries, nationally renowned pizza, steamed cheeseburgers, two-foot-long hot dogs, shucked-from-the-shoreline oysters and rich, farm-fresh ice cream....
  • Alone, for now, among GOP hopefuls, Rand Paul pursues black voters

    WASHINGTON Rand Paul, soon before announcing his run for president last month, stood before an audience at historically black Bowie State University and echoed Martin Luther King Jr.'s 1967 message that there are "two Americas." That phrase about the...
  • Handling Civil Unrest Vs. Riling Up The Neighbors

    Handling Civil Unrest Vs. Riling Up The Neighbors
    Forty-five years ago, Kingman Brewster, president of Yale University, was faced with some problems: two Black Panthers were on trial for murder in New Haven; Panthers were urging students and townies to burn the university down; thousands of demonstrators...
  • Quinnipiac President Apologizes For Comments At Off-Campus Party

    Quinnipiac President Apologizes For Comments At Off-Campus Party
    Quinnipiac University President John L. Lahey apologized Wednesday after a video surfaced showing him addressing students at a large off-campus party, the type of gathering that has strained the school's relationship with the town of Hamden. Lahey...
  • Quinnipiac U. president apologizes for student housing joke

    Quinnipiac University's president has apologized for jokingly telling students at a party he would buy nearby residential houses, inflaming already sore town-gown relations. John Lahey said Wednesday he made an "ill-advised attempt" Saturday to be...
  • Wethersfield High Student's Cancer Research Study Wins Scholarships

    Wethersfield High Student's Cancer Research Study Wins Scholarships
    WETHERSFIELD — Jacqueline Klepinger knew she would receive a Connecticut Science Fair award, but she didn't know which one. Unfortunately, she couldn't attend the March 14 award ceremony. The junior at Wethersfield High School and the Greater...
  • Probation For Quinnipiac Student Who Made Graduation Day Bomb Threat

    Probation For Quinnipiac Student Who Made Graduation Day Bomb Threat
    MERIDEN (AP) — A former Quinnipiac University student has been sentenced to three years of probation for a making a false bomb threat last year on graduation day. Police say Danielle Shea of Quincy, Massachusetts, made two threats immediately...
  • Probation for Quinnipiac student who made false bomb threat

    A former Quinnipiac University student has been sentenced to three years of probation for a making a false bomb threat last year on graduation day. Police say Danielle Shea of Quincy, Massachusetts, made two threats immediately before the ceremony...
  • Rubio surges in early presidential race

    Rubio surges in early presidential race
    Using flashes of humor and a youthful appeal, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio has surged into the top tier of Republican contenders in the early presidential race, according to poll results and political analysts. Rubio charmed voters and political activists in...
  • Malloy Bans State-Funded Travel To Indiana, Says New Law Discriminatory Toward Gays, Lesbians

    Malloy Bans State-Funded Travel To Indiana, Says New Law Discriminatory Toward Gays, Lesbians
    Taking a stand against an Indiana law he called "disturbing, disgraceful and outright discriminatory" toward gays and lesbians, Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Monday banned government-funded travel to the Midwestern state. "We should continue to be...
  • Community news for Hebron edition

    Norton scholarship information ANDOVER - The Norton Children's Fund was established when Chester D. Norton, an Andover farmer, specified in his will that $3,000 was to be left for children in Andover. When Chester was a child his family could not...