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  • A Home Is Needed For 'Talking Books'

    Since 1978, dedicated volunteers have quietly made their way to a tiny studio in the Raymond Memorial Library in East Hartford and performed a marvelous service for their fellow citizens who are blind or otherwise unable to read. The volunteers have...
  • A New Chief At AFL-CIO: Big Promotion, Big Pay Cut

    A New Chief At AFL-CIO: Big Promotion, Big Pay Cut
    It was a crowning achievement for Lori Pelletier as she stood before the AFL-CIO state delegates, about to be elected to head the state's largest labor federation after 14 years in the No. 2 spot. "I'm honored and humbled and it really is the best job...
  • Bridal Guide 2013: V-Neck Dresses Are in Vogue

    Bridal Guide 2013: V-Neck Dresses Are in Vogue
    Long a vestige of T-shirts and preppy sweaters, the V-neck style is becoming a staple in bridal dresses, adding a sense of classic design and sensuality. As brides look for strapless alternatives either for novelty or more coverage, V-necks are one...
  • Flavor Profile: Mmumbai Spice in Rocky Hill

    Flavor Profile: Mmumbai Spice in Rocky Hill
    Fans of Indian restaurants know that central CT has experienced some expanding and contracting on the that front. The Ambassador of India family of restaurants had outposts in Glastonbury, West Hartford, Hartford and even New Haven. But that expansion...
  • We're Just One Step Ahead Of The Robots

    We're Just One Step Ahead Of The Robots
    This Labor Day piece was not written by a robot. But it won't be long before it is. In the early 1880s, unions led by machinist Matthew Maguire held a labor day event to honor the "workingman." The idea caught on as many cities and states began...
  • WWII Vet Should Follow Smoking Edict

    It's hard not to be sympathetic to Andy Nowicki. He is a decorated combat veteran of World War II and is about to turn 90. He picked up the smoking habit 70 years ago, back when the Army put free cigarettes in C-ration kits. Now he and his wife face...
  • Police Investigate Probate Lawyer Over Disabled Man's Missing Funds

    Police are investigating a probate court-appointed lawyer who allegedly tried to cover up his improper handling of a disabled man's finances by filing false accounting statements — as the man's assets dwindled by tens of thousands of dollars over...
  • Alzheimer's Support Groups And Organizations

    According to the Connecticut chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, there are 100 caregiver support groups in the state and six groups for people living with Alzheimer's or a similar dementia. For information about meeting times and locations,...
  • Alzheimer's Organizations/Support Groups

    Alzheimer's Foundation of America - Their mission is, “To provide optimal care and services to individuals confronting dementia, and to their caregivers and families—through member organizations dedicated to improving quality of life.”...
  • All-Courant Boys Tennis Team

    All-Courant Boys Tennis Team
    All-Courant Boys Tennis Singles Sam Aronson, Avon Sr. Sam Flaxman, Avon, Sr. Ryan Foster, Classical-Hartford, Jr. Varun Jayarun, Xavier-Middletown, Fr. Chandler Libby, Granby, Jr. Reid Risinger, Glastonbury, Sr. Dan Rombola, Berlin, Jr. Scott...
  • Charging People To Look At Police Reports Is A Bad Idea

    State freedom of information laws require state and local police to give the public free access to accident and investigation reports — and last year, a Superior Court judge ruled, in effect, that "free" means "without cost" as well as...