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  • Regional Digest: Kolinsky Scolarship Deadline Approaching

    Scholarship Deadline Near High School seniors have fewer than six weeks to apply for the Bohdan Kolinsky Memorial Journalism Scholarship, which offers prospective sportswriters $2,000 for their freshman year of college and can be renewed annually,...
  • Violent Protests Bypass Connecticut; Police Point To Training, Standards

    Violent Protests Bypass Connecticut; Police Point To Training, Standards
    Vigils have been held throughout the country and in Hartford this week in memory of two New York City police officers who were killed Dec. 20, marking a break in the anger toward law enforcement that has fueled nationwide protests for the past several...
  • Downton Abby Advance Screenings

    Downton Abby Advance Screenings
    Downton Abby fans are invited to advance screenings of the first episode of the popular show’s new season. The free events, sponsored by Connecticut Public Television, take place on Friday, Jan 2, at 7 p.m.at Wesleyan University’s Center for...
  • Middletown Symphony Alumni To Perform In Benefit Concert Dec. 27

    Middletown Symphony Alumni To Perform In Benefit Concert Dec. 27
    MIDDLETOWN — Past soloists in the Middletown Goes to the Symphony program will return to the high school Dec. 27 to play a benefit concert. Middletown High School has run the symphony program every two years since 1995, offering music students a...
  • Artist Billy Kheel gives offbeat iconography the felt treatment

    Artist Billy Kheel gives offbeat iconography the felt treatment
    Strip mall signs. Taco trucks. Small business mascots. Many an artist has documented the visual landscape of Los Angeles’ streets, but few have felt it as strongly as Billy Kheel. For his last show, “Sunset Stitches,” at Trencher, a...
  • Middletown Mayor Bills Wesleyan For Police Overtime During Protest

    Middletown Mayor Bills Wesleyan For Police Overtime During Protest
    MIDDLETOWN — Mayor Daniel Drew has billed Wesleyan University $7,500 for the cost of police department overtime incurred during a student march and protest Dec. 8 that closed the city's busiest intersection for the afternoon. In a brief letter...
  • Regional Digest: TCU's Patterson Named Camp Coach Of Year

    TCU's Patterson Named Camp Coach Of Year Gary Patterson, head coach of the TCU Horned Frogs, has been named the Walter Camp Coach of the Year by a vote of the nation's 125 Football Bowl Subdivision head coaches and sports information directors....
  • D.C. exhibit on Virgin Mary raises questions about art, religion

    D.C. exhibit on Virgin Mary raises questions about art, religion
    A stunning new exhibit on the Virgin Mary at a Washington museum includes an etching by Rembrandt so intentionally hazy it seemingly captures the precise moment in which the aged Madonna passes from life to death. A 16th-century painting by Caravaggio...
  • Connecticut Authors Published A Varied Selection Of Books In 2014

    It's time for a look at books published in 2014 by Connecticut authors. Roz Chast, The New Yorker cartoonist, published the funny yet heartbreaking graphic memoir, "Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?" (Bloomsbury USA,$28). Novelist Amy...
  • Wesleyan President Sends $10,000 Check To City As Thanks For Police Services During Protest

    Wesleyan President Sends $10,000 Check To City As Thanks For Police Services During Protest
    MIDDLETOWN — Wesleyan University President Michael S. Roth sent a $10,000 donation to the mayor's office on Friday as an "expression of gratitude" to the city and the police department for their services throughout the year and particularly during a...
  • Five college students plead not guilty to gang rape on N.J. campus

    Five college students plead not guilty to gang rape on N.J. campus
    Five college students accused of gang-raping a female fellow student in a New Jersey dorm room pleaded not guilty on Tuesday, in the latest in a series of sexual assaults and harassment incidents prompting colleges to reexamine conduct policies. The...