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La policía respondió a una persona que salto de una torre de 13 pisos de apartamentos para personas de bajos ingresos a las 5 pm en la calle Willow. Torres de la Comunidad tiene de una torre Norte y una Sur en el 55 de la calle Willow. La persona...
The Hartford CourantHere are a few items from Connecticut's annals of guns and mental illness: —A man who once was arrested for weapon violations was reported to Berlin police in 2004 by his landlord for having allegedly said, "I am going to kill myself and take a...
The Hartford CourantWhen early news reports speculated that Adam Lanza, the shooter in the mass killing at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, had Asperger's syndrome, parents of children with the diagnosis cringed. "We sort of get sideswiped with this twist on it,"...
In Focus: Recent Acquisitions in Photography Through Dec. 30, 2012. New Britain Museum of American Art, 56 Lexington St., (860) 229-0257, nbmaa.org For an institution that only began collecting photographs in 1999 — when the energetic...
The Hartford CourantProtein Sciences Corp., the Meriden-based drug research and development firm with a long and colorful history in Connecticut, is investing millions of dollars in a new manufacturing facility for its flu vaccine — in Rockland County, N.Y. The...
Quarterbacks Brendan Bilcheck, Hand-Madison, Sr. Tim Boyle, Xavier-Middletown, Sr. Quinn Fleeting, Windsor, Sr. Logan Marchi, St. Paul-Bristol, Jr. Running Backs DeAngelo Berry, Xavier, Sr. Rakeem Jordan, Prince Tech-Hartford, Sr. Colin Moore,...
Tags: New Britain, Simsbury, Haddam, David Campbell, Southington
Bill Revill of Meriden, the folk music director and host of “Acoustic Blender” at WESU, 88.1 FM in Middletown, is also a painter, and an exhibit of his work just went up at RSM Art Gallery at the Mercy Center, 167 Neck Road in Madison. “...
Tags: Arts, Middletown, Arts and Culture
The Hartford CourantIt started off as a usual walk through the woods of central Connecticut. As I navigated the trails of Middletown's Highlawn Forest, I passed under huge oaks trees, walked along the banks of vernal pools scaring frogs into the water and tripped over chunks...
Tags: Middletown, Forestry and Timber, Manchester
The Hartford CourantThree teacher friends "passionately fighting off" the three dreaded words – back to school – can't be wrong. Neither can Farmer Ed and Tippi, who have hiked to the summit of West Suffield Mountain and Chimney Point more than 60 times in 2012....
Tags: Heublein Tower, Suffield, Manchester
KIng Features SyndicateStarting in about 1885, plants were among the decorations in a house because central heating kept homes — and plants — warm in the winter, and glass windows let light into most homes. Only a small group of plants were popular, partly because...
Connecticut is one of five states extending the school day for some districts. Students usually go to school for less than seven hours a day, 180 days a year. Under a pilot program, certain public schools in East Hartford, Meriden and New London will...
Joshua A. Barbati, a retired Baltimore County public school educator and longtime Loch Raven resident, died May 11 of melanoma at Levine & Dickson Hospice House in Huntersville, N.C. He was 79. The son of Italian immigrants, Mr. Barbati was born in...
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