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  • "Riding In Cars With Boys" Author To Speak At Several Events April 4-10 In Middletown

    "Riding In Cars With Boys" Author To Speak At Several Events April 4-10 In Middletown
    MIDDLETOWN — Noted memoir author Beverly Donofrio, a Connecticut native, and a Wesleyan University graduate, will participate in several events this month at Middlesex Community College. Donofrio, who took a writing course at Middlesex Community...
  • Cheshire Outlet Developer Inks Deal With High-Profile Partner

    Cheshire Outlet Developer Inks Deal With High-Profile Partner
    The landscape for factory outlet stores in Connecticut could get a little crowded in the next few years. On Monday, the developer of a proposed upscale outlet center in Cheshire said it is partnering with outlet powerhouse Tanger Factory Outlet...
  • Grief Counseling And Support Groups Increasing For Children

    Grief Counseling And Support Groups Increasing For Children
    When the unthinkable happens, sometimes parents struggle to come-up with answers. "My husband passed away 7 years ago," says Darlene Stefanski of Stonington. After Jack succumbed to adenoid cystic carcinoma, cancer in the head and neck, her son, age 6,...
  • Ronald Tabellione In Southington

    Ronald Tabellione In Southington
    Ronald Tabellione of Meriden, a retired teacher at Connecticut Vocational Technical High Schools and St. Stanislaus Catholic School in Meriden, is the next artist on view at The Gallery at The Orchards, 34 Hobart St. in Southington. “Colors of My...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Southington Boy Scouts Learn About, Send Questions To, The International Space Station

    A Boy Scout troop is taking work on their astronomy merit badge to new heights by communicating with an astronaut on the International Space Station. Boy Scout Troop 45, of Saint Paul's Church, recently hosted Lt. Robert Cizauskas of the Waterbury Police...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Newington Art League Meeting And Art Show

    The April 2014 general membership meeting of the Newington Art League will be held on Wednesday, April 9 at 6:30 p.m. at the Newington Senior and Disabled Center on Cedar Street. After a brief business meeting, the demonstrator will be Debby Sigmon. Her...
  • A Kennedy Stirs Connecticut's Politics

    State Sen. Ed Meyer, D-Guilford, will not seek a sixth term in November. He has been a brave soldier in the endless battle to protect the public's right to know what its government is doing. This is harder duty than most people think. Those invested...
  • READER SUBMITTED: MxCC Hosts Free Women's Forum On April 4

    MxCC is hosting a free Women's Forum, on Friday, April 4, from 8:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. in Chapman Hall on the Middletown campus. This forum is a part of a series of events scheduled during the College's Women's History Month celebration. Featured speakers...
  • Car Chase In Middlefield Leads To Suspect Hitting Four Parked Vehicles In Fire Chief's Driveway

    MIDDLEFIELD — A 29-year-old Meriden man trying to escape from police crashed into four vehicles parked in the driveway of the town's fire chief on Thursday night, police said. A Middlefield officer tried to pull over Edwin Rodriguez on Jackson...
  • A Fairly Smooth Start On Computerized Test's First Day

    A Fairly Smooth Start On Computerized Test's First Day
    Connecticut school districts began administering the controversial Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium test Tuesday, and it appeared to go fairly smoothly, with most of the snags reported during the day ironed out, the state's top education official...
  • READER SUBMITTED: James Dina: Adventures In A Birch Bark Canoe

    James Dina's odyssey up the Connecticut River in a birch bark canoe began as a dream to rediscover the world of Native Americans before Europeans arrived in North America. Jim started by making his own flint knives and basalt axes using Native American...