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  • Creative Bachelor and Bachelorette Party Ideas

    Creative Bachelor and Bachelorette Party Ideas
    The “last night out” before the wedding day is a time-honored tradition. But not every bride and groom wants a night full of shots and scantily-clad dancers. Here are some more creative ways to celebrate impending nuptials. FOR THE GUYS...
  • A great deal in the bag at Lorensen Auto Group

    Lorensen Auto Group recently announced that Joe Zaientz won $2,500 through “A Great Deal is in the Bag” promotion, which ran at all six Lorensen dealers during December. Zaientz was among 300 people who registered online at www.ctcardeals.com....
  • Daytrippers: Paddleboarding

    Daytrippers: Paddleboarding
         Suddenly this season, stand up paddle boards are popping up all along Connecticut's coast.  "From Hawaii to California to Florida and now, the last two years, there has been a surge in paddle boarding here and I think it's just going to grow more...
  • FOX CT Storm Closings

    SCHOOLS Bloomfield Closed Regional District 14 Del Opening 2 Hours 09/08/2011 06:39am Windsor Locks Public Schools Del Opening 1 1/2 Hours 09/08/2011 06:22am Wooster Del Opening 2 Hours 09/08/2011 06:36am
  • Man Charged In Old Saybrook Gun Theft

    Man Charged In Old Saybrook Gun Theft
    OLD SAYBROOK — A 25-year-old man was arrested early Wednesday morning in connection with the theft of 16 guns from Grouse Perch on North Main Street, police said. Officers responded to the store about 10:30 a.m. Tuesday after the owner called to...
  • Connecticut Is A Jewel

    I am responding to the request made by The Courant to articulate why CT still remains a very desirable place to live. Our ancestors transplanted from Europe to America to live better lives. It was difficult and dangerous, but the desire to live in America...
  • Hartford Stage Has Its Hamlet

    Hartford Stage Has Its Hamlet
    Yale School of Drama grad Zach Appelman (Broadway's "War Horse," Julie Taymor's production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and the title role in "Henry V" at Washington, D.C.'s Folger Theatre) will star in the title role in Hartford Stage's "Hamlet."...
  • New Study Proposes Rail-Trail Along Haddam's Valley Railroad Line

    HADDAM — Eighty years after passenger service ended on the Valley Railroad, a new study is reviving the debate over what to do with the 9-mile stretch of unused track running along the Connecticut River between Haddam and Middletown. The...
  • Cheney Tech Baseball Coach Resigns, Takes Job At Valley Regional

    Longtime Cheney Tech-Manchester baseball coach Gary Marineau has resigned to be the baseball coach at Valley Regional High School in Deep River. Marineau had a 303-139 career record in 19 years at Cheney Tech. His teams won two Charter Oak Conference...
  • UConn's Basketball Brotherhood Gathers For Jim Calhoun Charity Classic

    UConn's Basketball Brotherhood Gathers For Jim Calhoun Charity Classic
    UNCASVILLE — Charlie Villanueva walked on the court 22 minutes before the start of the seventh Jim Calhoun Charity Classic, hugged Donyell Marshall, hugged Ben Gordon and immediately made a move to block a jumper by Taliek Brown. Villanueva dove...
  • Catfish Tournament Under Way On Connecticut River

    PORTLAND – Catfish anglers are a special breed. "They are very dedicated," said Jason Roman of Middletown's Fishin' Factory bait and tackle shop. "They have their special rigs and baits – and, of course, they'll never tell you where their...