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  • Bond Commission Approves $5.1M For Microgrids In Bridgeport, Milford

    Bond Commission Approves $5.1M For Microgrids In Bridgeport, Milford
    Connecticut's Bond Commission on Friday approved $5.1 million for microgrid projects in Bridgeport and Milford. The microgrids, originally announced in October, will connect university and government buildings to power generation equipment that has the...
  • Wesleyan Giving Michael Price, Lin-Manuel Miranda Honorary Degrees

    Wesleyan Giving Michael Price, Lin-Manuel Miranda Honorary Degrees
    What do Lin-Manuel Miranda and Michael Price have in common? Yes, they're both major figures in musical theater and have earned Tony Awards. But also, on May 24 both men will receive honorary degrees from Wesleyan University in Middletown. In 2002...
  • Senate Bill approval reflects conservative-controlled General Assembly

    Indiana Senate Bill 127 is another glaring reminder that we live in a very conservative state, legislated for the most part by very conservative lawmakers. Living in Northwest Indiana, possibly the most liberal of blue-bastions within our red state, it's...
  • Dartmouth Bans Hard Liquor on Campus, Takes Steps To Halt Sexual Violence

    HANOVER, N.H. — Dartmouth College banned hard liquor on campus Thursday and said that all students will have to take part in a sexual violence prevention program all four years that they're enrolled at the Ivy League school. Dartmouth has long...
  • Book Events: B.J. Novak At Twain House; 'Still Alice' Discussion

    Book Events: B.J. Novak At Twain House; 'Still Alice' Discussion
    Mark Twain's international travels and what they taught him will be explored in the spring series of free talks and readings called "The Trouble Begins at 5:30" at The Mark Twain House & Museum, 351 Farmington Ave., Hartford. The events complement the...
  • Chicago Tribune names new senior editors

    Chicago Tribune names new senior editors
    The Chicago Tribune on Wednesday announced significant moves that realign top editorial management. Joycelyn Winnecke, formerly associate editor of the Tribune, was promoted to president of Tribune Content Agency, the syndication arm of Tribune...
  • Wesleyan Investigates Severed Deer Head Found On Campus

    Wesleyan Investigates Severed Deer Head Found On Campus
    MIDDLETOWN — A severed deer head was found at Wesleyan University Thursday night. A Wesleyan public safety officer observed the head at a crosswalk near the Exley Science Center, Wesleyan spokesperson Lauren Rubenstein said. The head was quickly...
  • Wesleyan Students Hosting Art Fair Saturday In Middletown

    MIDDLETOWN — Students in the Wesleyan Art House will hold a artists' fair on Saturday to benefit the Green Street Arts Center. The event will be held from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Art House, 230 Washington St. Art work and other items will be for...
  • Middletown Approves Tax Incentives For New Downtown Apartment Building

    Middletown Approves Tax Incentives For New Downtown Apartment Building
    MIDDLETOWN — The common council has approved a tax incentive plan to allow a developer to build a six-story, 89-unit apartment building at the corner of Broad and College streets. Massachusetts-based Hajjar Management Co. has proposed a...
  • Bill would allow religion to rule in hiring

    Legislation allowing some state contractors to discriminate in hiring based on religion could open the door to litigation, one of the bill's opponents said Wednesday. It could also lead to a janitor or secretary's religious practices scrutinized in a...
  • Senate backs allowing religion-based hiring by contractors

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Religious institutions that receive state and local government contracts would be allowed to make hiring decisions based upon religion under a bill approved by the Indiana Senate. Senators voted 39-11 on Tuesday in favor of the...