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  • Mark Lauretti: Economic Development First

    Economic development would be an immediate priority in a Lauretti administration and would not be defined by the state giving corporations, such as the richest hedge fund in the country, $115 million to move from Westport to Stamford when their CEO made...
  • FUTBOL-Lesionado Ibrahimovic podrá terminar la temporada: DT del PSG

    PARIS (Reuters) - El lesionado Zlatan Ibrahimovic estará fuera de acción por un periodo no especificado pero podrá jugar antes del final de la temporada, dijo el viernes el entrenador del Paris St Germain, Laurent Blanc. "Tiene una lesión muscular....
  • Rex Prescott Walden In Stamford

    Rex Prescott Walden In Stamford
    New works by Rex Prescott Walden are now on the walls at Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery, 96 Bedford St. in Stamford. Details: http://www.flalvarezgallery.com.
  • 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...
  • 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;...
  • Woman maimed in chimp attack loses bid to sue Connecticut

    NEW YORK -- A woman who lost her face and hands in a mauling by a friend's pet chimpanzee has lost her bid to sue the state of Connecticut for damages to pay medical bills, even as legislators expressed sympathy for her plight. The decision Wednesday by...
  • Some Newtown Residents Want Lanza Home Torn Down

    Some Newtown Residents Want Lanza Home Torn Down
    Some Newtown residents have suggested that the town purchase and tear down the home of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter Adam Lanza and turn the property into a park or nature preserve. For the past few months, the Newtown-Sandy Hook Community...
  • FUTBOL-Lesionado Ibrahimovic será baja un mes en PSG, se perderá vuelta de Liga ante Chelsea

    PARIS (Reuters) - El lesionado delantero Zlatan Ibrahimovic estará fuera de las canchas al menos cuatro semanas y se perderá la vuelta de cuartos de final de la Liga de Campeones contra el Chelsea en Stamford Bridge, dijo el jueves el presidente del...
  • FUTBOL-La táctica de Mourinho falla y Torres está cada vez más lejos del Chelsea

    Por Mike Collett LONDRES (Reuters) - Fernando Torres divisa la puerta de salida de Stamford Bridge mientras el Chelsea corre peligro de ser eliminado de la Liga de Campeones después de una noche en París donde, por una vez, las tácticas de Mourinho...
  • State Approves Four Charter Schools After Eight-Hour Meeting

    State Approves Four Charter Schools After Eight-Hour Meeting
    HARTFORDAfter a marathon meeting that lasted about eight hours and drew impassioned public testimony from about 70 people, the State Board of Education approved four new charter schools Wednesday, including one proposed in Bridgeport by controversial...
  • 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...