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  • 19-year-old man found shot in Kent; police ask for public's help

    19-year-old man found shot in Kent; police ask for public's help
    A 19-year-old Kent man was shot and seriously injured during a “disturbance” in the parking lot of the Waterford Apartments in Kent Tuesday night, police said. Police were sent to the apartments at 23400 61st Ave. South at about 8:40 p.m....
  • Isaac reaches hurricane status, set for landfall late Tuesday

    Isaac reaches hurricane status, set for landfall late Tuesday
    Isaac reached hurricane status Tuesday as it closed it on the Gulf Coast, threatening to deluge parts of the region with huge amounts of rain. Maximum sustained winds were at 75 miles per hour, just strong enough to give the storm hurricane status, as of...
  • As Isaac closes in on Gulf, officials warn complacency could kill

    As Isaac closes in on Gulf, officials warn complacency could kill
    As Hurricane Isaac barreled its way toward the Gulf Coast on Tuesday, authorities were out in force warning residents to take necessary, life-saving precautions. "Do not let this storm lull you into complacency. That would be a terrible mistake," said...
  • Pulitzer Winner "Water By The Spoonful" Now Published

    Pulitzer Winner "Water By The Spoonful" Now Published
    Up until now the only people who have any detailed idea what the 2012 Pulitzer Prize-winning play was really about were limited to the 6,000 or so folks who saw the world premiere of “Water By the Spoonful” at Hartford Stage. Now the rest...
  • Tourism Proposal: Create The Connecticut Theater Trail

    If there can be a Connecticut Wine Trail and  a Connecticut Impressionists Trail, then why not a Connecticut Theater Trail?  Is the state tourism office missing a market?  After all, this small-in-size state is packed with Tony Award-winning theaters,...
  • Task Force Raids Marijuana Grows Near School; Middle of Corn Field

    Task Force Raids Marijuana Grows Near School; Middle of Corn Field
    Almost 500 marijuana plants were found growing between two chicken barns just 400 feet from a high school. Agents from the Stanislaus Drug Enforcement Agency got an anonymous tip about the marijuana grow in a 40-acre chicken ranch in Waterford. On...
  • Large Marijuana Grow Found Along San Joaquin River

    Large Marijuana Grow Found Along San Joaquin River
    Modesto Police Department’s drug task force is working at removing hundreds of pot plants found along the San Joaquin River. Agents are reporting that many of the plants found are over nine feet tall. The exact location of the grow has not been...
  • Playwrights, Get Those Submissions Into the O'Neill

    Playwrights, get cracking.  Open submissions begin today, Sept. 17 and ends Oct, 24 for next summer’s National Playwrights Conference at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in Waterford.  Submission fee is $35 and covers the cost of the...
  • Connecticut Attorney General Likes What the Feds Are Doing on Nuke Waste

    The Nuclear Regulatory Commission - prompted by the federal courts - is now doing a study on the possible environmental problems of long-term storage of tons of spent nuclear fuel at nuke plants around the nation. Connecticut's Attorney General George...
  • In support

    Al-Anon is a support group comprised of persons whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking. It’s sole purpose is to help the families and friends of problem drinkers. For information in St. Joseph, LaPorte, Marshall and Starke...
  • Anne Commire dies at 72; playwright tackled women's hardships

    Anne Commire dies at 72; playwright tackled women's hardships
    Playwright Anne Commire wrote about subjects certain to make her audience squirm, repeatedly confronting what she called "the breaking points of women." "The idea of someone who's continuously being pushed to the edge is what fascinates me," she once...