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  • Double shots of hard rock mayhem served in Virginia Beach: Nine Inch Nails-Soundgarden and Kiss-Def Leppard

    Double shots of hard rock mayhem served in Virginia Beach: Nine Inch Nails-Soundgarden and Kiss-Def Leppard
    Folks over at Farm Bureau Live amphitheater in Virginia Beach are having a metallic Monday. A pair of shows announced today both feature two legendarily loud acts. Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden will blast Aug. 5 while Kiss and Def Leppard will strut...
  • UConn Hockey Classic Moving To Bridgeport, To Be Named Frozen Holiday Classic

    The UConn Hockey Classic is no longer. Webster Bank Arena is set to announce that a similar four-team tournament will replace the classic next season in Bridgeport, with the field expected to include UConn, Quinnipiac, Sacred Heart and Union,...
  • EB, Union Agree To 5-Year Pact

    GROTON — Submarine builder Electric Boat and the Metal Trades Council have agreed to a new five-year contract that includes raises, a pension increase for current employees and a voluntary severance package. The union's 2,200 members, who were...
  • Man reportedly shoots child, kills self at New Hampshire YWCA

    Man reportedly shoots child, kills self at New Hampshire YWCA
    A man and a child were found dead in a possible murder-suicide Sunday at a New Hampshire YWCA, according to police and local news reports. Further details were scant as the state attorney general's office began an investigation. The discovery came...
  • Gun laws and human nature

    In 1983 when President Reagan ordered the deployment of missiles in Europe as part of his "peace through strength" strategy to counter the Soviet Union, the very liberal town of Takoma Park, Md., declared itself a "nuclear free zone." City officials...
  • New Britain Busway Brings High-Tech To Fare Collection

    When riders take the new busway between New Britain and Hartford next year, they won't line up to pay at the farebox onboard - because there won't be one. Instead, CTfastrak will employ a new pay-at-the-platform system that's become the standard at many...
  • Open Studio Weekend Takes Place This Weekend in Hartford

    Open Studio Weekend Takes Place This Weekend in Hartford
    The 24th Annual Open Studio Hartford showcases the work of more than 200 artists, dancers, musicians, filmmakers and poets as part of a city-wide exhibition of our collective creativity. All weekend long you can head to any or all of the 18...
  • 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...
  • Fall Out Boy, Paramore ready to rock Virginia Beach in July

    Fall Out Boy, Paramore ready to rock Virginia Beach in July
    A big, summertime rock show at Farm Bureau Live was announced this week. Fall Out Boy and Paramore will visit the region's biggest concert venue July 22. Tickets go on sale starting Wednesday, Jan. 15, with an early bird lawn price of $10 plus fees...
  • America's bloodiest day

    America's bloodiest day
    Editor's note: It has been 150 years since the Civil War moved into Washington County and North and South met Sept. 17, 1862, on a battlefield along Antietam Creek. The following story is part of a package of stories that look back at the Battle of...
  • Paul Kurtz dies at 86; secular humanist philosopher

    Philosopher Paul Kurtz was called many unflattering names during his long career, including "Satanic free-thinker" and "dangerous corrupter of young minds." But the name some of his critics considered most damning was the one he most prized. They called...