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  • John Larson: Bring Cuba And Our Relations Into The Present

    John Larson: Bring Cuba And Our Relations Into The Present
    It's time to normalize diplomatic relations with Cuba.
  • Section Of Farmington River Up For National Scenic Designation

    Connecticut politicians and activists are petitioning to preserve a 62-mile section of the Farmington River from future dam construction. If the Lower Farmington River and Salmon Brook Wild and Scenic River Act is enacted, it would create a protective...

    Generation Wanes, But Writings Of Rocky Hill's Jesse Harrison Capture World War II Exploits

    Generation Wanes, But Writings Of Rocky Hill's Jesse Harrison Capture World War II Exploits
    ROCKY HILL — A familiar face will be missing at this year's Memorial Day parade. Jesse M. Harrison, who died April 21 on his 94th birthday, has passed on, but he won't be forgotten by family members, his many friends and fellow veterans who will...

    In Senate race, Edwards relies on out-of-state donors

    In Senate race, Edwards relies on out-of-state donors
    Nearly 80 percent of the political cash Rep. Donna F. Edwards raised for her Senate campaign in March came from out-of-state donors, according to an analysis of recently filed campaign finance reports. Of the $260,000 in donations itemized on her...

    Four Things To Know At The Capitol Today

    Four Things To Know At The Capitol Today
    1. The Jewish Federation Association of Connecticut will hold its 37th annual Holocaust commemoration at the Capitol Friday. The keynote speaker will be Judith Alter Kallman, a Greenwich resident and Holocaust survivor. The ceremony begins at 11 a.m. in...