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  • Road improvement bond heads to hearing

    Each spring, Connecticut drivers make many colorful comments about the roads on which they drive. With surfaces suffering damage from frost heaves and plow damage, pot holes, cracks and sink holes, road upkeep is a priority for every town. East Hartford...
  • CREC Students Discuss Animal Rights on Nickelodeon News Show

    CREC Students Discuss Animal Rights on Nickelodeon News Show
    HARTFORD — At 12 years old, Meghana Kandarpa has discovered she can affect the world with her words. Kandarpa, who feels strongly about animal rights, recently appeared on Nickelodeon's "Nick News." She was among a group of students from Capitol...
  • East Hartford Authority Close To Finalizing King Court Sale

    EAST HARTFORD — The sale of King Court, a financially troubled, moderate-income housing complex, to Goodwin College should be final by the end of the summer, officials with the East Hartford Housing Authority said. "We are in the final stages of...
  • 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...
  • Return To The Rivers: Connecticut's Waterways Reflect The State's History

    Return To The Rivers: Connecticut's Waterways Reflect The State's History
    The widely held assumption that Connecticut was complete wilderness when the first European settlers arrived in the early 17th Century is belied by what archaeologists have found along the state's rivers. "It was not wilderness," said Nicholas...
  • Connecticut K9 Olympics held in Mansfield

    Connecticut K9 Olympics held in Mansfield
    Thirty-two law enforcement officials and their canine partners converged upon the University of Connecticut Depot Campus on July 19 for the 23rd annual Connecticut K9 Olympics. The popular event consists of competition in obedience, obstacles, and an...
  • Connecticut's Biggest Wine Festival Returns To Goshen

    Connecticut's Biggest Wine Festival Returns To Goshen
    Connecticut's largest wine festival returns this weekend, July 26 and 27, to the Goshen Fairgrounds, with wine tastings, food, crafts, wine seminars, live music and entertainment. The two-day event features representatives from 11 participating...
  • Glastonbury School Board Praises Superintendent

    Glastonbury Renews Superintendent's Contract, Awards 4% Raise
    GLASTONBURY — The school board has renewed Superintendent Alan B. Bookman's contract for another year and awarded him a 4 percent raise. "I think that it is fair to say, when we look at all that goes into running a school system of over 6,000...
  • Scouting A UConn Opponent: UCF

    As training camp and the season draw near, we look at a UConn football opponent through the eyes of a beat writer who covers that team. Here we look at UCF, and the writer is Shannon Owens of the Orlando Sentinel. UConn plays UCF on Nov. 1 at Rentschler...
  • More than 130 GTF Engine Orders For Pratt

    Pratt & Whitney will provide its next generation PurePower engines for 50 Embraer E-Jets to a trio of U.S. regional airlines, in a deal announced Wednesday at the Farnborough Air Show. Trans States Airlines, GoJet Airlines, and Compass Airlines will...
  • All-Courant Boys Volleyball

    The 2014 All-Courant high school boys volleyball team, honorable mentions, story lines from the season and more: THE ALL-COURANT TEAM HITTERS Jordan Aprea, Newington, Jr. Igor Biahliak, Rockville, Jr. Gilberto Figueroa, East Hartford, Jr. Calvin...