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  • Judge Rules In Favor Of CCSU Student Expelled For Cheating

    A Waterbury Superior Court judge has ruled in favor of a New Milford man expelled from Central Connecticut State University in 2006 for cheating. In a decision issued late Wednesday, Judge Jane Scholl cited a preponderance of evidence supporting Matthew...
  • Judge Vindicates Expelled CCSU 'Cheater'

    A Superior Court judge in Waterbury has ruled in favor of a New Milford man expelled from Central Connecticut State University in 2006 for cheating, exonerating him of the charge and placing blame on the other student involved in the scandal. In a...
  • Surviving layoffs may mean new job responsibilities

    Surviving layoffs may mean new job responsibilities
    Congratulations--you dodged layoffs, at least this time around. So why is the boss at your elbow wanting to talk? Because the job you've kept may not be the same job you've been doing. If there are fewer people in the office, chances are you're going...
  • What today's hip furniture is wearing

    At J. Roaman, a home furnishings store in East Hampton, N.Y., a painted white iron bed wears a giant charm bracelet over its left head post. The bracelet isn't there because the bed wants for visual interest; it's already enveloped in a brightly colored...
  • Daycation: There's An Unsung But Splendid State Beach In Milford — And It's Free

    Daycation: There's An Unsung But Splendid State Beach In Milford — And It's Free
    Now more than ever, we need a break — an occasional respite from our everyday lives. Yes, a "daycation" — a day spent away from the office or job site, and away from chores, just to relax and play. Once again this summer, we are taking one day...
  • Nursing Home Changes Sought

    Nursing Home Changes Sought
    Nursing homes would have 10 months to comply with new staffing standards that would more than double the minimum hours of nursing care per resident now required by state law, under a plan presented Wednesday by Democratic legislative leaders. The...
  • Steroid abuse has become a major problem among police officers

    Steroid abuse has become a major problem among police officers
    Investigations in Oregon, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, New York and other states have in recent years found disturbing evidence of police officers abusing steroids. But Connecticut police insist they've never seen it here. A national expert who's been...
  • Mark J. Mulcahy Reemerges With a New Album and Two Live Shows This Week

    Mark J. Mulcahy Reemerges With a New Album and Two Live Shows This Week
    Mark Mulcahy 8:30 p.m. July 12 at the Spaceland Ballroom, 295 Treadwell Street, Hamden. (203) 288-6400, spacelandballroom.com. With The Mountain Movers, Jounce and the Backyard Committee. 7 p.m. July 13 at the Iron Horse Music Hall, 20 Center Street,...
  • The FCC Offers a Chance For Low-Watt Radio Stations To Expand

    The FCC Offers a Chance For Low-Watt Radio Stations To Expand
    If you've ever had a hankering to run your own local radio station and happen to have about $15,000 lying around to spend on necessary equipment, our recently reopened federal government has a heck of a deal for you. The Federal Communications...
  • Conn. Day Care Workers Arrested

    MILFORD, Conn. (AP) - Police in Connecticut say they have arrested two day care workers for leaving a 2-year-old boy behind at a fast food restaurant in Milford during a field trip. Police say the two Bridgeport day care workers, 57-year-old Lorene...
  • 3,000 Turn Out For Tax Day Protest

    More than a thousand people turned out to protest at the state Capitol at Noon on Monday. The crowd was protesting the government spending more than 235 years after the original Boston Tea Party. The rally was expected to go until 2pm and more people...