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  • Frizzante: A Playground For Wine Lovers

    Frizzante: A Playground For Wine Lovers
    Frizzante Champagne and Wine Bar in North Stonington may look like it's off the beaten path, but it's actually quite strategically placed. Within about a 10-minute drive, a visitor can reach three Connecticut wineries, Foxwoods Resort Casino and the...
  • Celebrity Chef Aarón Sánchez Opens Paloma In Stamford

    Celebrity Chef Aarón Sánchez Opens Paloma In Stamford
    By the end of 2014, Aarón Sánchez will have opened four new restaurants in seven months' time. "It's completely insane," said the 38-year-old chef and restaurateur known for his Latin cuisine, which he has brought to national audiences through...
  • American Legion Baseball: Not Once, But Twice

    BRISTOL – Tolland coach Steve Paasch stood in his team's dugout at Muzzy Field on Sunday and kept coming back to the same word: rejuvenate. It was Paasch's hope that his team's dramatic walk-off victory over Waterford in 15 innings on a Ben...
  • Bethel Company Expanding With $2.7 Million In State Aid

    Memry Corp., a leading manufacturer of nitinol, a nickel-titanium alloy used in medical devices, is expanding its Bethel plant with the help of a state loan of $2.75 million. The company has been working on the expansion since May, Chief Executive...
  • David Pastore Shoots 65, Leads Conn. Open

    WILTON — Neither slope, speed nor breaks on the green could stop David Pastore in the second round of the Connecticut Open. Pastore needed just one putt on eight consecutive holes and had four straight birdies during that stretch in a 5-under-par...
  • Tolland Lives Another Day, Thanks To 15th-Inning Walk-Off

    BRISTOL – When Tolland coach Steve Paasch was asked Saturday about the state of his team after a loss to Simsbury to open the American Legion tournament, he didn't hide from the truth. His team was tired. The Zone 8 regular season champions...
  • Metro-North Trains Delayed After Fire In Car's Electrical Equipment

    FAIRFIELD — Southbound Metro-North New Haven line commuter trains were delayed Tuesday morning after a fire was reported on a train. The train was stopped at the Fairfield Metro Center station and Fairfield firefighters checked it and found no...
  • Stamford Man Charged With Impregnating 12-Year-Old

    Stamford Man Charged With Impregnating 12-Year-Old
    STAMFORD — A 39-year-old man faces a host of charges after police say he impregnated a 12-year-old girl. Stamford police obtained an arrest warrant July 19 charging Leonel Bartolo Rodriguez of Stamford with first-degree sexual assault and risk...
  • Malloy Swings Back At Christie's Pledge To Stump For Foley

    Malloy Swings Back At Christie's Pledge To Stump For Foley
    WATERFORD — After New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Monday that he plans to campaign against Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's re-election bid, Malloy swung back at his Tri-State area foe on Tuesday morning. "I don't mind comparing Connecticut on a...
  • Union To Picket Contractor At Raymond Library Job Site

    EAST HARTFORD — A Glastonbury contractor with a history of labor law violations is working on the Raymond Memorial Library renovation and expansion project, according to the New England Regional Council of Carpenters. The union is planning to...
  • Bridgeport Open To Taking In Immigrant Kids

    Washington – The City of Bridgeport is exploring whether it has the facilities that would meet federal requirements to host some of the Central American migrant children who are in overcrowded federal holding centers along the borders, said a city...