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  • READER SUBMITTED: Call For Artists

    Artists are being invited to enter the Watertown Art League Juried Art Show scheduled for June 7 through June 21 at the Mark Potter Gallery at Taft School, Watertown. Over $1200 in cash awards will be present to winners in all art categories. Sorry not...
  • Massachusetts Man Charged With Making Phony Emergency Radio Calls In Litchfield County

    LITCHFIELD — A Massachusetts man has been arrested in connection with several phony radio transmissions that interfered with fire department and ambulance calls during December and January, state police said. Adam Perelli, 35, of Great Barrington,...
  • Welder's sparks caused Boston fire that killed 2 firefighters

    BOSTON -- The fire that killed two firefighters as it burned through a brownstone in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood was caused by welders working at the back of a neighboring building, the Boston Fire Department said Friday. Welders were working...
  • Smoky Tire Warehouse Fire Out After Burning All Day In Torrington

    Smoky Tire Warehouse Fire Out After Burning All Day In Torrington
    TORRINGTON — Investigators Friday were at the scene of a fire that burned close to 12 hours, destroying a tire warehouse and sending thick black smoke billowing over the city. The fire forced the evacuation of neighborhood homes and, at its peak,...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Bristol Receives $15,000 Bright Idea Grant For Energy Efficiency Efforts

    Twenty-three Connecticut municipalities were recognized today during a ceremony at the State Capitol for their participation in the statewide Clean Energy Communities program, an Energize Connecticut initiative that incentivizes cities and towns to...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Rocky Hill Receives $10,000 Bright Idea Grant For Energy Efficiency Efforts

    Twenty-three Connecticut municipalities were recognized Monday during a ceremony at the State Capitol for their participation in the statewide Clean Energy Communities program, an Energize Connecticut initiative that incentivizes cities and towns to...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Grant From Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation, Inc. Helps To Repair Glass Dome

    The Church of the Nativity, located in Bethlehem, received a grant from Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation, Inc. to assist in funding the cost of repairing the leaking glass dome above the church alter in order to prevent further water damage. Up until...
  • READER SUBMITTED: March Declared Myeloma Awareness Month

    Our Support Group Members have secured Proclamations declaring March as Myeloma Awareness Month in the following towns: Bridgeport Middletown Naugatuck Prospect Watertown Just today, I finally heard back from the State of Connecticut. Governor Malloy just...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Quinnipiac University first in Northeast to launch master's program in sports journalism

    Quinnipiac University will introduce a new master of science in sports journalism program in Fall 2014, becoming the first university in the Northeast and second in the nation to offer a graduate degree in sports journalism. The 36-credit program,...
  • Jack Kevorkian's paintings and death device come to L.A. gallery

    Jack Kevorkian's paintings and death device come to L.A. gallery
    It may not be art, but it's certainly going to be one of the most macabre objects ever shown in an art gallery: the Thanatron, the intravenous drip device that Dr. Jack Kevorkian invented to shuffle his clients off this mortal coil via assisted suicide,...
  • Marion Mauk, journalist and freelance writer

    Marion Mauk, journalist and freelance writer
    Marion Morris Mauk, a World War II-era journalist who, after her children were enrolled in school, began a freelance career that saw her writing on a wide variety of subjects, from black studies to a Seattle-area movie chain, died March 8 at her home in...