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The Nutmeg State takes on the Ocean State at Jonathan Edwards Winery May 5, battling in a culinary competition to benefit Connecticut Farmland Trust and the Rhode Island Chefs' Collaborative. Participating Connecticut restaurants include 85 Main in...
Jonathan Edwards Winery, 74 Chester Maine Road, North Stonington, hosts "Flight Nights" at the winery throughout January and February. Sample cellared vintages paired with gourmet bites from local restaurants. The events will be held Jan. 9 and 23,...
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Special to CTgetsMarried.comFew venues offer more rustic, natural beauty than vineyards. With rolling green lawns and knotty vines heavy with fruit, they offer gorgeous backdrops for photos and unique spaces for you to customize your ideal event. If you're a food and wine lover, it'...
The Hartford CourantThe first summer season since storm Sandy kicks off on Memorial Day weekend, and the state's parks are ready, a state spokesman said Thursday. The trees knocked down by the storm at many of the state's 107 state parks have been cleared, said Dennis...
Roundabouts. It's such a cute, innocent name. Yet lots of Connecticut drivers dread them as vicious, confusing, frightening traffic whirlpools that could suck them into mayhem and misdirection. And that's too bad. Replacing regular traffic-light or...
The Day, New London, Conn.Some lawyers have all the fun. Look at Scott Camassar of North Stonington, for instance. One of his clients is the woman who is suing the first selectman of Stonington, claiming he sent her a picture of his genitals. Her lawsuit claims all kinds...
The Day, New London, Conn.Amistad America, owner of the famed replica of the 19th-century schooner that brought captive Africans to Connecticut, will continue to receive about $360,000 a year from the state as long as it re-establishes its tax-exempt status, legislators said...
The Day, New London, Conn.NORTH STONINGTON -- State Attorney General George Jepsen issued a statement Monday afternoon in response to a flier circulated by Firefly Farms owner Van Brown that implies Jepsen is supporting Brown in a land dispute. Both Van Brown and his attorney,...
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The Day, New London, Conn.Michael Muehe will be the first to admit that he enrolled at the University of Connecticut at Avery Point four years ago looking for the fast track to Storrs. Muehe thought the college experience was about getting lost in the crowd. The local campus had...
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The Day, New London, Conn.The Highway Department and its subcontractors are scheduled to begin the first phase of the town's $3.5 million paving and road repair project next week. Over the past six weeks, crews have been doing preliminary work such as replacing sidewalks and...
The Hartford CourantThe story behind Middletown's Taino Smokehouse goes back to 2004, but its name goes back to the 15th century. When owners Chris and Jenny Szewczyk met in New York City nine years ago, the two made a bucket list of fun things to do during their...
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