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  • Best Grinders

    Best Grinders
    1) Nardelli’s Grinder Shoppe 540 Plank Road Waterbury (203) 754-5600 2) Gaetano's Deli   3) Ray & Mike's Dairy and Deli  
  • Best Portuguese Restaurant

    Best Portuguese Restaurant
    1) Lisboa Restaurant 19 Lafayette St. Waterbury (203) 754-0789 2) Santos' Restaurant   3) O'Manel Restaurant  
  • 1977 Mass Murder In Prospect Claimed Woman, 8 Children

    1977 Mass Murder In Prospect Claimed Woman, 8 Children
    Until the Newtown shootings in December 2012, the 1977 slaying of a mother, her seven children and a young family friend was the largest mass murder in Connecticut history. In the wee hours of July 22, 1977, at about 4:15 a.m., neighbors smelled smoke...
  • Freedom Of Information Always Under Attack

    That Connecticut's widely heralded Freedom of Information Act is under assault is troubling, but not new. Since the Newtown tragedy in December 2012, we've seen relentless efforts to cut back on public access to police reports and investigatory...
  • Care 4 Kids Helps Struggling Families With Summer Camp Expenses

    Care 4 Kids Helps Struggling Families With Summer Camp Expenses
    Overnight camp, park and recreation, sports programs. None of these summertime activities come cheap. "I'm a single parent with two kids," says Erin Sheak of Waterbury, who wanted to send her children, ages 4 and 7, to camp but didn't know how she could...
  • Changing Views On Crime And The Ultimate Punishment

    Changing Views On Crime And The Ultimate Punishment
    Courant crime reporter Gerald J. Demeusy probably didn't realize at the time that he would chronicle a historic moment in Connecticut on the night of May 17, 1960. The veteran journalist watched 2,000 volts of electricity surge through the body of...
  • Masivo incendio de Almacén en Torrington

    Masivo incendio de Almacén en Torrington
    Bomberos de toda el área combaten un gran incendio en un almacén de neumáticos. No hay informes de lesiones por el incendio en el almacén de Toce Brothers Inc. en la Calle Taylor, dijo Pam Edwards, secretaria para el jefe de bomberos. El fuego parece...
  • Jim Shea: Winter Was Bitter And So Are We

    I think I can speak on behalf of all Connecticut residents when I say welcome back to our flock of returning snow birds. And to ease any fears you may have, we are not bitter. Chances are if the circumstances were right, we too would have flown the coop...
  • For-Profit Hospitals Offer Advantages

    The resistance to for-profit hospitals in Connecticut reveals a degree of naivete about legal and financial realities that our political leadership ignores at the peril of the state's health care system. Our leaders should promote nonprofit/for-profit...
  • Gerald A. Lamb Was A Barrier-Breaker

    Gerald A. Lamb, who died recently at 89, is in the history books as the first African American in the nation to be elected to the position of state treasurer. He was elected Connecticut's treasurer twice, serving from 1963 to 1970. He also was the first...