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Lotteries

Lotteries
A collection of news and information related to Gaming and Lotteries published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo AP)
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  • Navigating The Magnet-Open Choice Lottery System

    Navigating The Magnet-Open Choice Lottery System
    The Sheff vs. O'Neill lawsuit of 1989 created many diverse public education options for local families. Now is the time to investigate opportunities. The Magnet-Open Choice Lottery, operated by the Greater Hartford Regional School Choice Office (RSCO), opens mid-month, giving Hartford-area students potential access to 40 schools. "I really felt for my boys that they needed a more structured intensive preschool program," says Carolyn Venne, a mom of twins in South Windsor, who entered a past lottery, targeting a Capitol Region Education Council (CREC) magnet school in Bloomfield. Education officials admit it's a complicated process. So, they are increasing communication about these no-cost options hoping to address questions and confusion.
  • 'Wicked' Good Lottery

    'Wicked' Good Lottery
    The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts will hold a pre-show ticket lottery for Hartford performances of the musical “Wicked,” which runs Nov. 5 through Nov. 23. A limited number of $25 tickets will be available and entries will be...

    Rockville Man Charged In Convenience Store Burglary

    Rockville Man Charged In Convenience Store Burglary
    VERNON — A man already in custody for a number of convenience store robberies had been charged with burglarizing a Rockville convenience store and stealing cigarettes and lottery tickets. Vernon Det. Steve Sartor worked with state Department of...

    Chapter One: With Thanks To Ben Franklin

    Chapter One: With Thanks To Ben Franklin
    The birth of The Connecticut Courant in 1764 was the fortunate outcome of Thomas Green's misfortune, when the master printer suddenly found himself fired by Benjamin Franklin. A fourth-generation printer, Green had been publishing the state's first...

    Is Tom Foley Bored With This Election?

    Is Tom Foley Bored With This Election?
    Last Tuesday night, I was picking up tickets at the will call window. Bill Curry (yes, yes, I know) was next to me, yakking about the latest gubernatorial debate, and the woman in front of us in line whirled around and, demonstrably angry, said she...