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  • A Bakery's Journey From Darkness To Light

    A Bakery's Journey From Darkness To Light
    It was lunchtime at Nardi Breads Inc., but no one was thinking about eating in the dark, cold cavernous commercial bakery — not on the seventh day without power, the seventh day of wondering how the 103-year old business would survive. Owner...
  • Honoring Hartford's Dean Of Sports On His 60 Years In Broadcasting (Archive)

    The "Dean of Sports," Arnold "Arnie" D'Angelo, held court at Maneeley's in South Windsor Monday as his fans feted him on his 60th year in the broadcast business.     Better known by his street name, Arnold Dean, 78, the smooth-talking WTIC-AM (1080)...
  • Rediscovering The Connecticut River In Windsor

    Rediscovering The Connecticut River In Windsor
    Many towns and cities have turned their backs on the Connecticut River since early in the 20th century, so New England's longest waterway often flows unnoticed through our state. But if you search it out, you'll find places like the Windsor Locks...
  • Slow Northeast cleanup leaves 1.2 million, still, without power

     
    An unexpectedly slow cleanup from a freak winter storm has left what federal officials on Wednesday estimated to be about 1.2 million customers across the Northeast without electricity....
  • 306,000 in Connecticut are -- still -- without power

     
    Northeast snowstorm: About 306,000 residents in Connecticut are still without power after a snowstorm in the Northeast last weekend....
  • Black Friday: Which Stores, Malls Are Opening Earliest?

    Black Friday: Which Stores, Malls Are Opening Earliest?
    Black Friday, or (as we bargain hunters like to call it) the shopping Olympics, is almost here. If you're heading out, be sure to plan your route, put on comfortable shoes and time your arrivals. For the best deals, you'll need to be at the head of the...
  • TicketNetwork CEO Charged With Hurling Racial Insult At Oscars Party

    TicketNetwork CEO Charged With Hurling Racial Insult At Oscars Party
    The CEO of TicketNetwork Inc. faces a hate crime charge after he hurled racial insults at an Oscar party, police said. Donald Vaccaro, 49, of Clark Hill Road, Glastonbury, was charged with second-degree hate crime, second-degree threatening, breach of...
  • State Troopers May Be Put Back In Schools

    Facing budget cuts in 2009, state police eliminated a program that put troopers in schools across the state. It was the end of a program that at one time, when federal money was flowing, had as many as 40 state troopers in public schools, most of them...
  • We Call Them 'Private Parts' For A Reason

    In a perfect world, every child could be fully, joyfully themselves. A boy could be a boy simply because he knows in his deepest self that he is a boy. Take Matthew Massé of Vernon. When Matthew was born to Susan and Thomas Massé, everyone said he was...
  • Police: Bomb Threats Made At Banks In Granby, Windsor And Bloomfield

    State police have been dispatched to Windsor, Granby and Bloomfield where bomb threats have been made at two banks, said state police spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance. The Windsor Federal Credit Union on Jerome Avenue in Bloomfield was evacuated around 4 p.m....
  • 'Bicycle Friendly' Designation Gives Towns A Leg Up

    On a recent Saturday, bicyclists from Simsbury, the state's first Bicycle Friendly Community, rode over to South Windsor to pass a symbolic torch to the second town to win the designation. Good for South Windsor — and why aren't more communities...