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  • 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...
  • Pep Bashed Boxers, Lee Punched Out Copy In Hartford's Heyday

    In the early morning hours of Nov. 21, 1942, less than a year after the United States was thrust into World War II, the latest edition of The Hartford Courant hit the streets of a city wondering how one of its own fared on the biggest stage in sports....
  • State Measure Takes Aim At Chronic School Absenteeism

    HARTFORD — Lawmakers are considering a bill that aims to ensure that children who are chronically absent from school get help early — before they become truants or get poor grades or drop out. "If you look at eighth-graders, the students who...
  • Boxers In Connecticut Hall of Fame

    Boxers with state ties in the Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame. 2013 ISRAEL "PITO" CARDONA: Cardona, a Hartford native, turned to pro boxing at the age of 18, winning his pro debut in 1993. He won the International Boxing Organization super...
  • New London Urged To Consider Geothermal Heating For City Buildings

    NEW LONDON — An intriguing proposal from a Hartford-based company could enable the city to capture cheap, renewable energy stored underground, potentially providing heat and cooling to municipal and commercial buildings. "It's before preliminary,...
  • House GOP Releases 3 Subpoenas In Gallo Probe

     House GOP Releases 3 Subpoenas In Gallo Probe
    A federal grand jury is seeking a wide variety of e-mails and text messages involving George D. Gallo, the former state Republican chairman who is now at the center of an FBI investigation into whether campaign work was steered to a Florida printing...
  • Appeals Court Upholds, Modifies Injunction Against UnitedHealthcare, Directs Doctors To Arbitration

    A federal appeals court on Friday denied UnitedHealthcare's requests to toss out a legal battle brought by doctor associations in Fairfield and Hartford counties and directs doctors to arbitration. The decision, however, modified a temporary injunction...