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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Jean-Luc Godard's 'Goodbye To Language' At Wesleyan

    Jean-Luc Godard's 'Goodbye To Language' At Wesleyan
    Wesleyan University will host the Connecticut premiere of "Goodbye to Language," the latest film by the legendary Jean-Luc Godard. Movies by Godard are impossible to easily sum up, so let the film's description on imdb.com lead the way: "A married woman...
  • 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 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...
  • 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...
  • Connecticut's Quiet Corner Shakes, Rattles & Rolls

    Connecticut's Quiet Corner Shakes, Rattles & Rolls
    Hey, isn't this supposed to be the Quiet Corner? Apparently no one delivered a tourism brochure to Mother Nature, because low-level earthquakes have been rattling small towns in eastern Connecticut this month. Residents of Plainfield, Killingly,...
  • Reputed Bookmaker Gets Bail In Restaurant Arson

    A judge granted bail Tuesday for a reputed mob bookmaker who had a stun gun and a cattle prod when he was charged last week with burning down a Middletown restaurant in an insurance fraud. Federal prosecutors insisted that, as a condition of his...
  • Baltimore Sun's Investigative Team

    The Sun’s investigative team — along with others in the newsroom — looks beyond official statements to examine issues that are important to Baltimore-area residents. Projects have scrutinized police brutality in Baltimore, Maryland&...