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  • Male Teachers Needed In Primary Grades

    Often, when we think about the fields of elementary education, early childhood education, special education and even English, we tend to think about them as being female-dominated. Having a specific gender committed to these professions is wonderful,...
  • Sometimes Trouble Misses By A Whisker

    I made my right turn just as the light turned green and felt a bump. It took a moment to realize we'd been rear-ended. Fortunately, the car behind us had not built up a head of steam. Still, it was jarring enough to startle me. I looked at my two...
  • Program At Trinity Mixes Academics With Summer Camp

    HARTFORD — Dream Camp, at Trinity College, wraps up its 17th summer Friday. The free five-week camp offers academic programs that leaders hope will prepare campers for college. The camp hosts low-income children from Hartford aged 6-17 on the...
  • New Principal At Elizabeth Green Elementary School In Newington

    NEWINGTON -- Elizabeth Green Elementary School has a new leader. James Marciano took over Tuesday as the new principal at the pre-kindergarten-to-fourth-grade school, according to Superintendent of Schools William C. Collins. "We're excited to have...
  • Jay Moran -- Mayor, Athletic Director -- Balancing A Busy Life And On The Move From Bridgeport To Southern CT

    Jay Moran has been athletic director at the University of Bridgeport for the last 10 years. In that time, the Purple Knights athletic program has made tremendous progress. Also in that time, Moran began a political career in his home town of Manchester,...
  • New Mantra For The NBA — Sportsmanship

    Crisp passing, an international roster, teamwork and a story line of redemption for last year's crushing defeat — these were, for many, the most impressive features of the recent NBA Finals in which the San Antonio Spurs dismantled the Miami Heat....
  • Nowadays, The Trash Man Comes Alone

    As Hamden's new humongous garbage truck rumbled down my street a couple of months ago, kicking off the town's new collection system, I watched from my bedroom window like a kid. Then, it pulled up to my new humongous 96-gallon garbage receptacle,...
  • Did Michael Sam's Kiss Cause Colorblindness?

    Did Michael Sam's Kiss Cause Colorblindness?
    I heard them behind me. "Eehehh!" they said quietly. I glanced over my shoulder and saw two white girls responding to an interracial kiss on the screen. I presumed in the darkness of the movie theater, they did not notice my color. Or perhaps what...
  • Certify Work Skills Of Returning Veterans

    Veterans returning to Connecticut face significant obstacles getting the licenses and educational credit they need to transition back to civilian life. These barriers have devastating consequences for returning service members, their households and our...
  • In Barry Bonds' Defense, There's Viagra

    It struck me as presumptuous and self-righteous that columnist Bill O'Reilly blasted the San Francisco Giants earlier this month for allowing Barry Bonds to return as a hitting coach for a week. In O'Reilly's view, Bonds is an unrepentant cheater who...
  • Millennial Women Face Job, Family Choices

    Many millennial women are not feeling the effects of the gender wage gap, just yet. A Pew Research Center study showed that millennial women — born between 1980 and 2000 — are currently earning close to what their male counterparts earn....