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  • Vernon edition community news

    Corned Beef and Cabbage dinner VERNON - Trinity Lutheran Church, 20 Meadowlark Road, will hold a Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner Saturday, March 14, from 5-7 p.m. Cost is $13 for adults, $6 for children under 12. Corned beef Reubens available for take-...
  • Explosively Athletic Dance Of BodyTraffic Coming To Jorgensen

    Explosively Athletic Dance Of BodyTraffic Coming To Jorgensen
    What began as a mutual admiration between two dancers meeting up in a ballet class in Los Angeles has led to an elegant, yet explosively athletic dance company that showcases the best of contemporary dance — BodyTraffic. If it sounds as if there...
  • Food fight brewing in Washington over school lunch standards

    WASHINGTON Nothing is more exasperating to Brad Kramer than watching high school students take mandatory servings of fruits or vegetables in the cafeteria line, saunter past the cashier and dump them in the trash can. "We have some of the healthiest...
  • Continuing Mystery Of Missing Flight 370

    Continuing Mystery Of Missing Flight 370
    Glib use of the word globalization leads us to believe that humans have overrun the whole planet. We haven't. Vast areas remain unexplored and inaccessible. Chief among these are dark abyssal plains beneath sunlit seas. And of these plains, the most...
  • Extraordinary Life: Scholar, Scientist, And Serious Artist

    Extraordinary Life: Scholar, Scientist, And Serious Artist
    Felix Bronner was an urbane scholar and a pioneer in the study of ways calcium affects the body. He was intense, focused, and passionately interested in science as well as in the lives of his friends and colleagues. In his second career, he was a...
  • Students Working With Parents Of Sick Children To Hold Dance Marathon Fundraiser For CCMC

    Students Working With Parents Of Sick Children To Hold Dance Marathon Fundraiser For CCMC
    Young adults stay up all night, dancing and socializing, until they literally can't stand anymore. A wild college bender? Nope. The excitement surrounds the largest student-run philanthropic event in the state: the University of Connecticut HuskyTHON. "It...
  • Flexer, Rosati and Rovero listen to constituent concerns

    State Sen. Mae Flexer (D-29), state Rep. Danny Rovero (D-51) and state Rep. Christine Rosati (D-44) held office hours at the Killingly Town Hall on Feb. 28. For two hours they answered questions and provided information on bills that were currently on the...
  • College Sex: Is 'Yes Means Yes' Better Than 'No Means No?'

    College Sex: Is 'Yes Means Yes' Better Than 'No Means No?'
    When it comes to sex, there's a world of difference between "no means no" and "yes means yes," students and college officials told legislators last week. Olivia Paschal, a Yale student, said she has not been sexually assaulted, but that if it had ever...
  • UConn Foundation Says 'Transparency' Bills Would Chill Donors

    UConn Foundation Says 'Transparency' Bills Would Chill Donors
    Representatives of the University of Connecticut Foundation made an impassioned argument at a legislative hearing Thursday that any law forcing them to open their records to the public — even if donors' name are excluded — would impede their...
  • Advanced Air Purification Fertility Clinic Moves To Farmington

    Advanced Air Purification Fertility Clinic Moves To Farmington
    FARMINGTON — One of the country's few fertility clinics to use an advanced air purification system has opened in town. The Center for Advanced Reproductive Services, formerly located at UConn Health, recently opened on 2 Batterson Park Road....
  • UConn Applications Up 9 Percent Over Last Year

    UConn Applications Up 9 Percent Over Last Year
    If you're one of the more than 34,000 freshman applicants to UConn this year -- a pool that is almost 9 percent larger than last year's -- start checking your mailbox this weekend. Acceptance letters are being mailed Friday. The 34,019 hopefuls who...