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  • 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...
  • Love Story: Spring Break Spawns Lifetime Partnership

    Love Story: Spring Break Spawns Lifetime Partnership
    Daytona Beach 1992. Spring break. April Heavens squeezes into a Honda Civic with four other people for the drive south from Cheshire. "Pretty tight, right?" Kevin Woodcock and high school friends catch a Greyhound bus from Boston. On March 23, day...
  • Megan Quigley: children's librarian at Saxton B. Little Free Library

    Megan Quigley graduated from the University of Vermont with a degree in elementary education. "After teaching in a few different settings, I decided that I wanted to continue working with kids, just not in a traditional classroom," said Quigley. Having...
  • Author David Bezmozgis To Be Honored At Mandell JCC

    Author David Bezmozgis To Be Honored At Mandell JCC
    Author David Bezmozgis has won the 2014 Edward Lewis Wallant Award, presented yearly by the University of Hartford's Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies. Bezmozgis, who was born in Latvia and lives in Toronto, won for his novel, "The Betrayers"...
  • Part Of Loving America Is Making It Better

    Part Of Loving America Is Making It Better
    Frankly, I don't think anyone in America should question a black person about his or her love of country. So it angered me to hear Rudy Giuliani do just that in asserting that President Barack Obama does not love America. It angered me to hear him...
  • Simsbury Special Education Teacher Matt Spector Celebrated As Coach, Motivator

    Simsbury Special Education Teacher Matt Spector Celebrated As Coach, Motivator
    SIMSBURY — As a student at Hamden High School, Matt Spector remembers watching his brother, a special education student, volunteer at the Special Olympics. Spector said he remembered his brother's excitement, and knew he had to volunteer, too. The...
  • 'Our Hero': Family Mourns Woman Who Stopped To Help Crash Victim, Fell To Her Death

    'Our Hero': Family Mourns Woman Who Stopped To Help Crash Victim, Fell To Her Death
    NEW HAVEN — A woman who fell off an I-91 bridge and died after stopping to help the victims of a hit-and-run crash early Thursday morning will be remembered as a hero, her family said. Lauren A. Mohr, 34, had just finished her shift as a...
  • Masked Monsters Show The World Their Work

    Masked Monsters Show The World Their Work
    They burned him alive. Burned him alive in a cage. They turned it into a show — a show that everyone should watch. OK. Not the kids, but every adult should watch the Islamic State, also known as ISIS, video in which men in tan masks burned that...
  • Police ID New Haven Student, Hartford Man Killed In Crash

    Police ID New Haven Student, Hartford Man Killed In Crash
    NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — New York state police have identified a 22-year-old Southern Connecticut State University student and a Hartford man who were killed in a snow storm on Interstate 95 in Rye, New York. The New Haven Register reports Kayla ...