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  • Dist. 128 keeps lid on staffing with efficiencies

     Dist. 128 keeps lid on staffing with efficiencies
    With enrollment at Libertyville and Vernon Hills high schools expected to stay the same or be slightly higher for the coming school year, only one new full-time-equivalent position is being added to the teaching staff of 260. Current Community High...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Tolland Resident Honored For Engineering Excellence

    Craig Stambaugh was recently recognized as a Distinguished Engineer of the Year by the Hartford Chapter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). Stambaugh, a resident of Tolland, works in Engine Systems at UTC Aerospace in Windsor Locks,...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Plainville Digital Devils Shine At Local Competition

    The Plainville High School Robotics Team 5129 won two rookie awards and placed 24th out of 32 teams at the Southington Regional FIRST Robotics Competition, which took place last weekend at Southington High School. It was the first time the recently...
  • NASA Day in Leesburg aimed at exposing youths to science, technology, engineering and math careers

    LEESBURG — For most people, a trip to outer space is out of reach. That's why The Genesis Center and NASA are bringing space here. With events that include planetarium shows, hovercraft rides and hands-on workshops, the two groups are...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Capt. Nathan Hale School Career Day 2014

    The Capt. Nathan Hale Middle School (CNH) will be hosting a Career Day on Wednesday, April 9. There will be 40 presenters participating by representing various career fields such as sustainable energy, green construction, aerospace engineering, electrical...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Nine Hartford Schools Receive Magnet Merit Awards

    Magnet Schools of America, the national association dedicated to promoting the achievements of magnet and theme-based schools, has presented nine Hartford public schools with Magnet School of Merit Awards, recognizing them as among the best of their...
  • Earthquakes on the brain

    Earthquakes on the brain
    I'm generally not an alarmist about earthquakes. As a California native, I've experienced my share of small to moderate reminders that our fair state is fractured from head to toe and we're all standing on broken plates. But the shaking is putting me on...
  • Scientists Predicted Deadly Washington Landslide

    Scientists Predicted Deadly Washington Landslide
    The March 22 landslide in Oso, Wash., is a case history of media disaster coverage. Something dramatic happens, loved ones die, emergency managers take over, people grieve, normality returns and disaster strikes again, cycle after cycle. This familiar...
  • Manchester High Student Heading to International Science Fair

    After three years of research, the work of Megan Boyer, a 17-year-old senior at Manchester High School, has finally paid off. Boyer finished third in the life sciences category at the Connecticut Science and Engineering Fair, earning her an invitation to...
  • Allentown native Lara Jill Miller to return in "Sci-Girls"

    Allentown's Lara Jill Miller who keeps a hectic schedule with her voice work for children's programming will return as Izzy on a third season tthe Emmy-Award-winning "SciGirls" which airs on PBS KIDS GO. Twin Cities Public Television received a $2.7...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Home Builders & Remodelers Association Of Central Connecticut Recognizes Students

    The Home Builders & Remodelers Association (HBRA) of Central Connecticut held the 66th Annual Student Design Competition at the Connecticut Home and Remodeling Show at the Connecticut Convention Center on Feb. 28 through March 2. Entering were 96...