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  • READER SUBMITTED: Union Savings Bank Provides $10,000 Sponsorship To After School Arts Program

    Union Savings Bank has continued its support for the After School Arts Program (ASAP) into 2014, recently presenting the organization with a check for $10,000. The sponsorship supports ASAP's The Dream Lives On event, the annual Pilobolus performance...
  • READER SUBMITTED: MS Walk Returns To Twelve Connecticut Towns In 2014

    Connecticut residents will step out this year from 12 sites across the state for the 2014 Walk MS, presented by Travelers. More than 6,000 Connecticut residents battle the effects of multiple sclerosis. In a show of support, each year thousands of...
  • Danbury Prison Employee Charged In Bribery Scheme

    NEW HAVEN — A woman who works as a case manager at the federal prison in Danbury is facing charges for her alleged involvement in a scheme to solicit cash bribes from inmates in exchange for a recommendation that they be released early, according to...
  • Regional Digest: JCC Basketball Classic

    JCC Basketball Classic The JCC Schoolboy/Schoolgirl Classic is April 13 at 1:30 p.m. at the JCC of Greater New Haven. Tickets are $12 for adults, $10 for students and $8 for children under 8. The girls rosters: East — Karlee Alves, Ellington;...
  • Advocates Promise Support For Lawmakers Who Passed Gun Control

    Gun control advocates assembled at the state capitol Thursday to declare support for lawmakers who voted in favor of the far-reaching gun legislation enacted in response to the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre and to announce the formation of a super...
  • Project Longevity Holds First Hartford 'Call-In'

    HARTFORD — Project Longevity, a program targeting violent criminals that was launched in the capital city last fall, held its first "call-in" meeting Tuesday night, putting law enforcement officials, social-service providers and community members...
  • Woman Who Made Threats Against High Schools Remains Jailed

    LITCHFIELD — A troubled 18-year-old woman who allegedly told friends she wanted to shoot students and teachers at Danbury and Stamford high schools and then take her own life, remains jailed on $300,000 bail. The warrant for the arrest of Natalie...
  • Ashley Dunn - Assistant Managing Editor, California

    Ashley Dunn - Assistant Managing Editor, California
    Ashley Dunn was named assistant managing editor in charge of California news in March 2011. He oversees the Los Angeles Times' largest group of editors and reporters, who cover the length and breadth of the state. The staff has won numerous awards,...
  • Wisconsin Indians make an open invitation

    Wisconsin Indians make an open invitation
    For decades parents had one-stop shopping when it came to showing their children the beauty, poignance and pageantry of the American Indian: the Stand Rock Indian Ceremonial along the Wisconsin River at Wisconsin Dells. The spectacle drew Indian...
  • Manchester To Consider Rules On Panhandling, Loitering

    MANCHESTER — Responding to concerns about what is perceived as a growing problem, particularly downtown, the board of directors is scheduled to consider regulations on panhandling and lolitering when it meets Tuesday. Police would enforce the...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Doctors Express Appoints Medical Director For New Location

    In this country, 26 million people are impacted by Type 2 Diabetes, however, a quarter of them don't even realize they have the disease. Dr. Tom Brown makes it a point of assessing a patient's risk every day. The newly appointed Medical Director of the...