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  • CT Closeup: Putnam

    CT Closeup: Putnam
    HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: The town was named for Revolutionary War Gen. Israel Putnam, who is reputed to have said: "Don't fire until you see the whites of their eyes," during the Battle of Bunker Hill. When the town was incorporated from Killingly, Pomfret...
  • The EPA maps Connecticut's greenhouse gassers

    The EPA maps Connecticut's greenhouse gassers
    A decade ago, Connecticut nicknamed its dirtiest power generating plants the “Sooty Six.” Those got cleaned up and by 2010, according to a new federal greenhouse gas report, we were down to a less-than-Fragrant Five big emitters. Now one...
  • Gymnastics State Champions

    State Open: Woodstock Academy Class L: Glastonbury Class M: Woodstock Academy Class S: Killingly
  • Gymnastics Story Lines Of The Season

    For the third consecutive year and fifth time in the last seven years, a Connecticut squad took home the team title at the New England gymnastics championship. Woodstock Academy won its first team title at the March 10 meet at New Milford High, scoring...
  • Teens Far From Immune To Abusive Relationships

    Teens Far From Immune To Abusive Relationships
    Megan Grant is only 15, but she knows it's not right when a boy calls his girlfriend "bitch." When she walks down the polished red-and-white hallways of Conard High School in West Hartford, she sometimes sees boys acting superior and demanding toward...
  • Rogers Corp. To Cut 20 Jobs In State

    Rogers Corp. said Thursday that it will cut another 5 percent of its salaried staff worldwide, or about 40 jobs, including 20 in Connecticut. The jobs will be eliminated by the end of June through a combination of layoffs, voluntary severance offers,...
  • As Foreclosures Grow, Cities, Eastern Towns Hardest Hit

    Shirley Reimann powers up her computer most mornings at the social services agency she supervises in Killingly and immediately runs a Google search: Windham County foreclosures. What she sees has her worried. The number of houses and condominiums for...
  • Abused Became Abusers In Former Probation Officer's Case

    Index: Straub's Power | Watching Myself On TV | A Fluke | Victim Becomes Abuser | No Longer A Victim They're the Lost Boys of Eastern Connecticut. Each started on a bumpy path toward adulthood, finding trouble in small doses through petty crimes....
  • Victims In Straub Case, Again Victimized In Bankruptcy

    Victims In Straub Case, Again Victimized In Bankruptcy
    As former state probation officer Richard Straub was led out of the Danielson courthouse in shackles, headed to jail for 15 years, many of the men he had molested when they were his teenage clients thought they finally would be rid of the sexual...
  • How Did Michael Ross Become 'The Roadside Strangler'?

    So, who is this Roadside Strangler? Or, as U.S. District Judge Robert Chatigny might be asking, how did he hijack my confirmation hearing? When Chatigny, nominated by President Barack Obama to the U.S. 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals, faced his Republican...
  • Advocates Press For Changes In Domestic Violence Laws

    With a string of crimes against women spurring heightened media attention, advocates for victims of domestic violence say the time is right for meaningful reforms and an expansion of services. Advocates plan this morning to reveal how they will press the...