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  • READER SUBMITTED: Connecticut Tigers Support Easter Seals Capital Region & Eastern Connecticut

    The Connecticut Tigers recently hosted Easter Seals Capital Region & Eastern Connecticut at Dodd Stadium in Norwich for a fun filled day at the ballpark for Easter Seals clients and supporters. Stanley Barniski threw out the first pitch of the game.
  • Don't Forget Charter School Successes

    As the troubling story unfolds about the Hartford-based charter network FUSE, attention is rightly centered on problems that demand correction. The issues around hiring practices and ethical behavior need to be addressed urgently and deliberately...
  • Police: Norwich Man Assaulted Child

    NORWICH — A local man was charged Friday with assaulting a 2-year-old child in his care, police said. Anyello Frayind, 29, of Central Avenue, punched the child in his leg and dragged him across the floor while caring for the child, police said....
  • Prince William gets new job, training to be ambulance helicopter pilot

    Call him William, Prince William. The duke of Cambridge has a new job, and it's kind of awesome. The second in line to the British throne will become a helicopter pilot for the East Anglian Air Ambulance, the monarchy announced Thursday. And the...
  • Good Neighbor

    NEW QUESTIONS: CANNING JARS: An Enfield reader is interested in canning jars with screw-on lids, in any size. Will pick up. PAINTING: A Windsor reader wants painting jobs for elderly ladies or couples in the Windsor, Windsor Locks and Suffield areas....
  • On The Fly: State's Pro Lacrosse Team Needs A Name

    We have a National Lacrosse League team with the Philly franchise moving here. Now we need a name. Edmonton is the Rush; maybe we can be the Connecticut Crush. Or Mohegan Mayhem. After all, the league averages 22 goals a game. Anyway, it's pretty neat...
  • Five Connecticut Hospitals Could Leave Anthem's Network On Oct. 1

    Five Connecticut Hospitals Could Leave Anthem's Network On Oct. 1
    Hartford HealthCare's five hospitals could be out of network on Oct. 1 for people who have coverage through the state's largest health insurer, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Connecticut. On Monday, Anthem notified health-insurance brokers that...
  • Hikers learn about Colchester's history in Ponemah Cemetery

    As is true of many New England towns, Colchester's history was rediscovered by later generations walking in its cemeteries that date back to when colonies were incorporated. The Colchester Land Trust sponsored a "Discover Colchester" walk on Sunday, Aug....
  • Norwich Historical Society offers free walking tours this month

    Saturday, Aug. 9, marks the fifth of six monthly walks sponsored by the Norwich Historical Society this year. These Second Saturday Walking Tours kicked off with Tricia Staley's "Millionaires Mile" in April and continued with Dave Oat's "Norwich's Rich...
  • Pantry volunteers needed

    COLCHESTER- United Way of Southeastern Connecticut, in partnership with Colchester Social Services, recently launched a monthly distribution of the organization's mobile food pantry to serve those struggling with hunger and food insecurity. The...
  • Sign language makes church accessible to hearing-impaired

    Andrew Baginski became aware of the deaf community when three of his cousins could not hear in the traditional way, so he learned to communicate with his family in the language they spoke – American Sign Language. Every other Saturday at 4 p.m.,...