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Friday's Results Boys Basketball CCC North Manchester 80, Wethersfield 63 Glastonbury 76, Weaver 66 East Catholic 56, South Windsor 43 CCC South Maloney 43, Bristol Eastern 37 Berlin 54, Bulkeley 44 Middletown 67, Bristol Central 58...
Tags: East Hartford, South Windsor, Haddam, Windsor Locks, West Haven
It’s summertime in Connecticut and the cinematic scene is thriving with the CT Film Festival, a four-day-and-night event of films, industry workshops, and panels opening Thursday June 28 at the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center at 300 Main St....
The Hartford CourantDyann Chepulis never saw the $1.7 million the owners of the Kleen Energy plant paid to settle her lawsuit stemming from the 2010 Middletown natural-gas power plant explosion that killed her husband. Four days after a probate court judge in Litchfield...
Tags: Clarence Thomas, Judges, Middletown, Justice System, Super Bowl
The Hartford CourantRob Fralick and Marc DeTour, who first met in pre-school 38 years ago, grew up listening to the classic rock music of their parents' generation. Fans of 1960s' greats such as Jimi Hendrix and the Grateful Dead, the business partners decided to add music...
Tags: Bars and Clubs, Salt, Music, Arts and Culture, Virginia Wade
10 Male Athletes To Watch David Campbell, Bloomfield, Sr., 55 meters: Ran 6.68 last year in the State Open. Joe Crafa, Rocky Hill, Sr., 1,600/3,200 meters: Is running well after an up and down cross country season. Jared Delane, Northwest Catholic,...
Hartford CourantVeteran Broadway actor Will Rhys plays Scrooge in a one-man stage stage adaptation of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" at the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center in Old Saybrook, playing Dec. 19 at 7:30 p.m Rhys adapted the stage piece and...
Howard Fishman Dec. 1. The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Center, 300 Main St., Old Saybrook, (860) 510-0453, katharinehepburntheater.org The singer/songwriter and bandleader Howard Fishman is an energetic omnivore of Americana and beyond. Fishman has...
The Hartford CourantIf the wretched excess of Black Friday has any benefit beyond the ritual of communal consumption, it is as a launching pad for days that are Not Black Friday. Opponents celebrate Buy Nothing Friday, online shoppers have Cyber Monday and...
The Gallery at Firehouse Square, 239 Bank St. in New London, presents a holiday-season show, “A Miniature Show,” featuring small works at affordable prices, starting on Thursday, Nov. 15, with a reception from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. It runs through...
The Hartford CourantOn the Saturday before Sandy hit, there was some confusion about whether Connecticut Light & Power could dedicate a line crew and a tree crew to every town from the start. With some help from the governor, the problem was resolved. By Sunday night,...
The Hartford CourantBy any measure, hurricane or not, Sandy packed a costly punch. Conservative estimates place the damage at $50 billion from property destruction and lost business — and only about $20 billion of that is covered by insurance. The storm left deep...
The Hartford CourantLike everyone else, I really want this election to be over. And I like this stuff. With two days still to go, I have already burned through at least a half-dozen "mute" buttons trying to avoid the attack ads. I don't mind that the ads usually rely on...
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