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  • Four Things To Know At The Capitol

    1. Should farm wineries be allowed to sell brandy? Legislation that would allow those sales as long as the grapes are grown on the farm -- even if the brandy is produced elsewhere -- is up for review by the general law committee, LOB room 1D at 1:30 p.m....
  • Urban Miners Puts Old Home Materials To Good Use

    Urban Miners Puts Old Home Materials To Good Use
    Joe DeRisi worked hard to acquire his Connecticut demolition license even though he doesn't do demolition. DeRisi does take things apart — houses, barns, labs, what have you — but he does it carefully, lovingly, nail by nail. He doesn't...
  • Wrong About 'Hands Up' — But Right About Racism

    Wrong About 'Hands Up' — But Right About Racism
    When I saw the store video that preceded the shooting of Michael Brown last summer — the one showing Brown aggressively bullying the smaller store owner seeking to stop him as he allegedly stole cigarillos from the store — I thought it...
  • Author To Discuss 'Remarkable Women of Hartford'

    Author To Discuss 'Remarkable Women of Hartford'
    Harriet Beecher Stowe, Beatrice Fox Auerbach and Ella Grasso are among 12 women profiled in "Remarkable Women of Hartford" (The History Press, $19.99), a book whose author will give a free talk Wednesday, March 25, at 2 p.m. at the Community Services...
  • Ryan Aubin leads Youth Center into a new home base

    It's easy for Ryan Aubin to identify with the kids who frequent the Griswold Youth Center he serves as director: he was once one of them. Growing up in Griswold, he spent his after-school hours at the center, which at that time occupied a vacant...
  • Embracing The Bright Side Of Snow

    Embracing The Bright Side Of Snow
    I know it sounds kind of lame saying it with spring knocking on our door. But as I look out my window and see you melting away, I'm going to miss you, snow. Yes, it has been the winter of most folks' discontent. These past several weeks have delivered...
  • Debate About Police Use-Of-Force, Race Leads To Demands For Change

    Debate About Police Use-Of-Force, Race Leads To Demands For Change
    Jose Angel Maldonado was in an East Hartford lockup last April when he was hit by a police stun gun and died. A handcuffed Efrain Carrion had crawled naked into a bramble patch in May 2010 and was struck an estimated 34 times by Middletown police stun...
  • Stafford edition community news

    Spring book sale ASHFORD - Friends of Babcock Library will hold a spring book sale at Knowlton Hall, 25 Pompey Hollow Road, Ashford, on March 25-28. Sale items include books, DVDs, videos, and CDs. Bring in this article for $1 off your purchase. The...
  • South Windsor edition community news

    Vendors wanted for Paws in the Park SOUTH WINDSOR - The annual Paws in the Park is now accepting vendors. This free event will take place Saturday, May 2, from 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Nevers Park in South Windsor. The event includes many...
  • East Hartford edition community news

    Adelbrook opens two new programs EAST HARTFORD - Adelbrook Behavioral and Developmental Services has opened two new programs to help individuals with disabilities reach their maximum potential. Sense-Able Solutions, an Occupational and Speech Therapy...
  • Glastonbury edition community news

    Goodwin College Dean's List GLASTONBURY - The following local students have been named to the Goodwin College Fall Dean's List: Janice Blake of Glastonbury; Heather Scionti and Megan Herrick, both of South Glastonbury. Southern Connecticut State...