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Stafford (Tolland, Connecticut)

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  • Catch Dar Williams at the Stafford Palace Theater this Friday

    Catch Dar Williams at the Stafford Palace Theater this Friday
    Dar Williams’ latest album, In The Time Of Gods, turns to a tapestry of Greek mythology in order to put the modern world’s social issues into context.  She will be appearing at the Stafford Palace Theater on August 16th at 8 pm, as part of a...
  • Connecticut's Small Dairy Farmers Unsure Of Impact Of Farm Bill

    Connecticut's Small Dairy Farmers Unsure Of Impact Of Farm Bill
    It's a classic congressional cluster flop. You've got partisan political clashes; regional conflicts; huge subsidies; lobbying cash; industries fractured by disputes; House and Senate rivalries; government gridlock. And it's all about food. And money....
  • Health network negotiating to buy Johnson Memorial

    Health network negotiating to buy Johnson Memorial       MANCHESTER, Conn. (AP) - Eastern Connecticut Health Network says it is negotiating to buy Johnson Memorial Corp.'s holdings, including Johnson Memorial Hospital in Stafford Springs.      ...
  • State Police Urge Caution on Roads

    Friday's wet weather, coupled with freezing temperatures, are making travel treacherous on state roadways. State Police are urging motorists to watch out for black ice.  They particularly warn about the following streets in Tolland County: Routes 190,...
  • Katherine Tierney Leahy / World War II

    Katherine Tierney Leahy / World War II
    The Connecticut Veterans History Project, an online archive at Central Connecticut State University, includes video interviews with 190 Connecticut veterans who served in U.S. conflicts including World War II, Korea, Vietnam, the Persian Gulf, Afghanistan...
  • Video Shows Officer Drinking At Tavern Before His Car Hit, Killed Teen

    Video Shows Officer Drinking At Tavern Before His Car Hit, Killed Teen
    State police have obtained a video showing an off-duty Windsor Locks police officer drinking at Suffield bar before he was involved in a car crash that killed a teenager, sources close to the investigation have told The Courant. The video comes from a...
  • Reward Offered For Tips In Cold Case

    As the five-year anniversary of the Aug. 28, 2005, kiling of a Mansfield woman approaches, state police are reminding the public of a reward offered for information in the case. Gov. M. Jodi Rell in 2008 approved a $50,000 reward for information that...
  • Tracking Extremists: A new study shows a rise in "Patriot Groups" here in Connecticut

    Tracking Extremists:  A new study shows a rise in "Patriot Groups" here in Connecticut
    The good news: Connecticut's "hate group" index appears to be holding fairly steady. The bad news: the number of far-right wing, anti-federal-government-conspiracy "Patriot groups" in Connecticut more than doubled last year. That's the word from the...
  • Workers need help with elder care

    Workers need help with elder care
    About 1 in 6 workers has elder care responsibilities of some kind, and given longer life expectancies, that share is likely to grow. Workplaces have spent a lot more effort responding to employees' child care rather than elder care needs, but...
  • Freedom of speech at work

    Freedom of speech at work
    It's an election year. People talk politics in the workplace. And why not? We have freedom of speech. Well, not necessarily. You may be shocked to learn that a constitutionally protected freedom of speech for government workers doesn't extend into the...
  • Can the boss be shy?

    Can the boss be shy?
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — For Andrew Jetter, it was a matter of eye contact. Inclined to be an introvert, the bank president had to force himself to look others in the eyes. "Making small talk … I had to practice that," said the chief executive of...