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  • A Visit To A Rare Atlantic White Cedar Forest On Upper Bolton Lake

    A Visit To A Rare Atlantic White Cedar Forest On Upper Bolton Lake
    I don't think I've ever gone on a hike to a place with a feature that was described as "as thick as dog hair." But it's the perfect description for the magical place that is an Atlantic white cedar forest. The trees are native to the Atlantic coast,...
  • Somers Christmas Tree Tradition Coming To An End

     Somers Christmas Tree Tradition Coming To An End
    SOMERS — There are about 500 Christmas tree farms in the Nutmeg state, but Kathy Kogut of Hemlock Hill Tree Farms estimates that at most 10 make most of their living from the seasonal sales. "You can't survive on [just] Christmas trees. You can'...
  • State Starts To Recover After Blizzard

    While many roadways were at least passable by Sunday night, the outlook for the week was less clear as most towns decided to keep their schools and municipal offices closed Monday, the governor urged employees to work from home and the state braced for...
  • BurgerFi: Grass-Fed Beef With Creative Twists

    BurgerFi: Grass-Fed Beef With Creative Twists
    You can practically throw a rock and hit five good pizza places in Connecticut. With the proliferation of "better burger" joints in the state in the past few years, the same can be said for the humble hamburger (which of course, originated in New Haven.)...
  • State Police Merge Dispatch Operations Union

    Over the past two months, the dispatch operations of the four state police troops in the eastern district were consolidated into one barracks in Tolland, a merger that was completed Monday.  State police officials say the consolidation will help...
  • CT, Mass. Municipalities That Share Names Field Wrongly Placed Phone Calls

    CT, Mass. Municipalities That Share Names Field Wrongly Placed Phone Calls
    Sharing a name with a municipality in another state can lead to confusion, according to many town workers who work in identically named towns in both Connecticut and Massachusetts. There are 40 pairs of towns in Connecticut and Massachusetts with the...
  • UConn Professor Subject Of Sexual Misconduct Investigation

    UConn Professor Subject Of Sexual Misconduct Investigation
    The University of Connecticut will pay an outside law firm to investigate its own employees' handling of allegations the school received as early as 2006 that a music professor engaged in sexual misconduct. The school said it is cooperating in...
  • All-Courant Girls Cross Country Team

    The 2013 All-Courant high school girls cross country team package: Courtney Akerley, Tolland, Jr. Kristen Arborio, Glastonbury, Sr. Chrissy Bendzinski, RHAM-Hebron, Sr. Madeleine Brandon, Haddam-Killingworth, So. Brittney Brown, Windsor, Fr. Hayley...
  • All-Courant Girls Volleyball Team

    The 2013 All-Courant high school girls volleyball team package: Hitters Jen Dawson, Morgan-Clinton, Jr. Casey Hunt, Granby, Jr. Krista Iacobucci, Rocky Hill, Sr. Cheyenne Orsi, Bristol Eastern, Sr. Jenna Rodjenski, Bristol Eastern, Sr. Caryn...
  • Who's In Charge Of Water? No One, Really

    Who's In Charge Of Water? No One, Really
    The recent controversy over who will bring an additional 2 million gallons of water a day to the University of Connecticut's main campus at Storrs highlights, yet again, the fact that Connecticut lacks a statewide water plan. As The Courant recently...
  • UConn Water Plan Won't Meet Needs

    In 2012, the University of Connecticut asked water utilities to propose new ways to increase drinking water supply to its Storrs campus. Those submitting knew that an industrial park was planned, that what is now known as the Storrs Center would be...