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  • Medical Marijuana Is Legal, But Who Will Make Sure It's Safe?

    Medical Marijuana Is Legal, But Who Will Make Sure It's Safe?
    Marijuana is going mainstream: Totally legal in Colorado and Washington; medicinally legal in Connecticut, 19 other states and the District of Columbia. But is it mainstream safe? Connecticut's new medical pot law requires state-licensed growers to...
  • FOX CT Storm Closings

    SCHOOLS Bloomfield Closed Regional District 14 Del Opening 2 Hours 09/08/2011 06:39am Windsor Locks Public Schools Del Opening 1 1/2 Hours 09/08/2011 06:22am Wooster Del Opening 2 Hours 09/08/2011 06:36am
  • Betraying Public Trust Is Like Treason

    Mike Clark, the retired FBI agent who led the investigation that ended in the conviction of Gov. John Rowland 10 years ago, had this to say about Rowland's recent conviction: "We've been through almost 24 years of corrupt elected officials being brought...
  • A Verdict Prompts A Question: How Did Rowland Not Learn His Lesson The First Time?

    A Verdict Prompts A Question: How Did Rowland Not Learn His Lesson The First Time?
    How could John Rowland tempt fate again, a decade after his crooked dealings with state contractors sent him tumbling from the governor's office into federal prison? How did he not learn his lesson? Why didn't he make the best of the golden opportunities...
  • Competition Requires Multilingual Americans

    Competition Requires Multilingual Americans
    Americans today are not very keen on learning foreign languages. We say we are, but let's face it; we let those pricey Rosetta Stone CDs gather dust on the bookshelf. Young adults who fail to sign up for language courses are missing out on a critical...
  • In policing, less can be more [Commentary]

    In policing, less can be more [Commentary]
    When it comes to policing, in some places less is better than more. Fewer police departments can result in better protection and better service. In places like Ferguson, Mo., hostility toward the police would be far less likely if the parent St. Louis...
  • 3rd groping attack on CTA train alleged in new charges

    3rd groping attack on CTA train alleged in new charges
    A Logan Square man who is accused of pressing his body against three women on CTA trains was nabbed after a former co-worker recognized his photo from a police alert and detectives matched his driver’s license photo to surveillance video,...
  • Regional Digest: Wethersfield Hall Of Fame Induction Dinner Sept. 27

    Wethersfield Hall Of Fame The Wethersfield Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame induction dinner is Sept. 27 at the Pitkin Community Center, 30 Greenfield St., Wethersfield. Doors open at 4 p.m. with the induction ceremony at 4:30 followed by a reception....
  • University of New Haven Finalizes Affiliation With Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts

    WEST HAVEN – College students in New Haven and Old Lyme will return to new opportunities this fall. The University of New Haven recently announced an affiliation with the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, making the fine arts school the...
  • Regional Digest: Rock Cats Lose To Mets 4-1

    Rock Cats Lose To Mets The Binghamton Mets got three runs in the eighth inning to break a 1-1 tie and take the lead for good in a 4-1 win over the Rock Cats in Binghamton, N.Y., Monday night. New Britain's only run came in the sixth when SS Jorge Polanco...
  • Report: DCF Must Do Better At Tracking Kids Who 'Age Out'

    Report: DCF Must Do Better At Tracking Kids Who 'Age Out'
    Alixes Rosado stopped speaking to his family when his mother threw him out of the family home in New Britain. He was 12. After sleeping in streets, parks and alleys for some months, he called a social worker he knew from the state Department of Children...