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  • $1 Patent Ignited Creation Of Green-Technology Firm

    $1 Patent Ignited Creation Of Green-Technology Firm
    BOLTON — The most promising new green technology company in Connecticut — as judged by the Connecticut Technology Council back in 2011 — bought the patent for its product for $1. Several years ago, Doug Rode, now managing partner of...
  • Even With Death Wish, Hayes Won't Be Executed Soon

    Condemned serial killer Michael Ross told a Superior Court judge in September 2004 that he wanted to be executed. In less than eight months, he was dead. Legal experts and attorneys, including one who represented Ross, say such a timeline is...
  • Fireworks in Connecticut for July 4th and Beyond

    Fireworks in Connecticut for July 4th and Beyond
    It's fireworks time. Here's a big list of where you can see and hear (and feel in your chest) some colorful explosions above your head. July 3 Bridgeport: 8 p.m. Ballpark at Harbor Yard, 500 Main St., (203) 345-4800. bridgeportbluefish.com. Danbury:...
  • Crime & Punishment: Racist Police Dogs

    Crime & Punishment: Racist Police Dogs
    New London Mayor Daryl Justin Finizio has been trying — over the police union's objections — to shut down the police department's K-9 unit after discovering the dogs are totally racist. Through only 50 percent of city arrestees are non-white,...
  • New Elm City Tavern Takes Over Richter's Space

    New Elm City Tavern Takes Over Richter's Space
    Nearly everyone in New Haven has a Richter's story, including native son and restaurateur Jason Sobocinski. The historic tavern on Chapel Street welcomed beer-drinking crowds for nearly 30 years before closing in 2011. Sobocinski's memories are fond...
  • 2013 Guide To Farmers' Markets Across The State

    2013 Guide To Farmers' Markets Across The State
    Memorial Day marked the unofficial state of summer and the prime growing season for the state of Connecticut. Farmers' markets are beginning to open around the state, which brings an injection of locally grown and produced products into the Connecticut...
  • Some common prescriptions linked to impotence

    Some common prescriptions linked to impotence
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Tranquilizers known as benzodiazepines and certain older antidepressants are linked with a greater chance of having erectile dysfunction (ED), according to a new survey. "Definitely it confirms the tricyclics (antidepressants)...
  • The Guru Plays the Heirloom Arts Theatre in Danbury on Jan. 4

    The Guru Plays the Heirloom Arts Theatre in Danbury on Jan. 4
    The Guru hails from Watertown, a quartet of guys who were best friends in college and are currently celebrating the recent release of their album Go Easy with a show at the Heirloom Arts Theatre Friday night. They play danceable disco-pop, like a less...
  • Chris Kreider On Playing For Jerry York At Boston College

    Chris Kreider On Playing For Jerry York At Boston College
    When Connecticut Whale forward Chris Kreider was considering his college options in the summer of 2008, he narrowed his list to Boston College, Boston University, Harvard and Yale. Academics was a priority for Boxford, Mass. native, but one school...
  • Jan. 6, 2013

    Jan. 6, 2013
    HONORABLE MENTIONS We should have done the after-math. -- Pat Foley, Homer Glen, Ill. This sucks. -- Susan Breitman, Wset Hartford For Christie's sake, approve the bill! -- Richard Klett, Newington I though WE won the election. -- Richard D....
  • Memorial Day: Remembering Our Fallen

    Memorial Day: Remembering Our Fallen
    Memorial Day is a day set aside each year to honor members of the military who gave the ultimate sacrifice serving this nation. As we reflect on this day, The Morning Call presents 295 names — eight more than last Memorial Day — of all...