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  • J. Timothy's Acclaimed 'Dirt' Wings

    J. Timothy's Acclaimed 'Dirt' Wings
    J. Timothy’s Taverne has long been known for its “dirt” wings. Fried, tossed in sauce, and then fried again, these unique poultry parts recently won acclaim as some of the best in America. Although some restaurants use seasoned...
  • Obama Urges Increase In Minimum Wage At Rally

    Obama Urges Increase In Minimum Wage At Rally
    NEW BRITAIN — In a campaign-style event, President Barack Obama made a rousing appeal for a higher minimum wage Wednesday at a packed pep rally at Central Connecticut State University, saying that it was "time to give America a raise." That...
  • Hartford Man Killed Wednesday Had History Of Violence Against Women

    Hartford Man Killed Wednesday Had History Of Violence Against Women
    WEST HARTFORD — The 23-year-old Hartford man shot and killed by a woman who said he had repeatedly threatened to kill her and her children had a history of violence toward women, records show. Jose A. Mendez, also known as "Bebo," had served...
  • Woman Claims Self-Defense In Fatal West Hartford Shooting

     Woman Claims Self-Defense In Fatal West Hartford Shooting
    WEST HARTFORD — A 27-year-old Plainville woman charged with manslaughter in a fatal shooting Wednesday night on Prospect Avenue told police she shot her boyfriend in self-defense after he threatened to kill her and her family, according to court...
  • Pueblos recelosos ponen pare a propuestas de marihuana medicinal

    Pueblos recelosos ponen pare a propuestas de marihuana medicinal
    Los funcionarios estatales esperan otorgar las licencias a los primeros cultivadores de marihuana medicinal en Connecticut esta semana, pero es un paso que tendrá poco impacto para más de una docena de ciudades - ya han puesto una moratoria al...
  • Cordish loses bid for slots casino in Massachusetts

    Cordish loses bid for slots casino in Massachusetts
    The Massachusetts Gaming Commission awarded Penn National the state's only slots license Friday, edging out a rival bid by Baltimore-based Cordish Cos.  Penn National -- which operates the Hollywood Casino in Perryville in Cecil County and Charles...
  • Obama llega a Connecticut para rally sobre salarios

    Obama llega a Connecticut para rally sobre salarios
    El Presidente Barack Obama llegó al Aeropuerto Internacional Bradley, poco después del mediodía del miércoles para una concentración vendida en Central Connecticut State University diseñada para fortalecer apoyo a su propuesta de aumentar el salario...
  • Plainville Middle School Students Take Part In Anti-bullying Workshops

    Plainville Middle School Students Take Part In Anti-bullying Workshops
    PLAINVILLE—For the last two weeks, 91 middle school students worked with trainers from the Connecticut Anti-Defamation League to build leadership skills during a series of anti-bullying workshops. Thomas Laudadio, dean of students at the Middle...
  • March 2, 2014

    March 2, 2014
    HONORABLE MENTIONS No worries -- Gov. Malloy is sending me $55. -- Olin Murphy, Niantic It's actually a new yoga pose ... "downward-facing Dodge." -- Susan Breitman, West Hartford Funny thing is, it's attached to an RV. -- Jeffrey Faccinto, East...
  • New Britain's New Flight Park: More Trampolines Than You've Ever Seen

    New Britain's New Flight Park: More Trampolines Than You've Ever Seen
    Straight up jumping on an ordinary trampoline has the potential to become humdrum fast. But fill 13,000 square feet with more than 50 trampolines, launching decks of varying heights, basketball hoops, foam pits and dodgeball courts, and the jumping...
  • Crime & Punishment: Hartford Police Officer in Trouble For Comparing Black Men To Gorillas

    Crime & Punishment: Hartford Police Officer in Trouble For Comparing Black Men To Gorillas
    Eight-sided buildings were an architectural trend in the mid 19th century, spurred on by proto-psychologist Orson Squire Fowler, who wrote that they improved health by allowing for a greater influx of natural lighting. One of his followers was a Danbury...