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In the mountains of Tennessee there’s a place called Frozen Head State Park and Natural Area. A bit less forbidding — though equally odd — … more ...
We liked this week Meriden’s Maloney boys basketball team will be getting a taste of the Big Apple this weekend. The Spartans depart for New … more ...
For something to be advertised during the Super Bowl, it has to be big, because those commercials cost millions per minute. And the latest product … more ...
Just a few short days ago, talk of the Zika virus, which is linked to thousands of babies being born with underdeveloped brains and heads, … more ...
Like the iconic New England town meeting, is the time-honored tradition of volunteer fire departments on the way out? Southington may hire four career firefighters … more ...
By now, everyone knows that smoking is bad for you, even those who are still in the clutches of addiction. Just in case there are … more ...
On Wednesday, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy released his annual report on the financial health of the state, and the prognosis is not good. His prescription … more ...
We liked this week The Wallingford Board of Education on Monday night agreed to move forward with a new concussion management policy for students playing … more ...
For all its faults, there is still a lot to love about pro sports. Sure, we complain about ticket prices and $8 hot dogs at … more ...



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With a party-line vote, the Southington town council decided to pay $25,000 for legal bills incurred by Republican town councilor Tom Lombardi, in his effort … more ...
Senator Richard Blumenthal’s recent call for more study of possible health risks posed by artificial turf athletic fields grabbed attention and caused worry and concern. … more ...
Storrs Agricultural School had its humble beginning in 1881, with the donation of 170 acres and $6,000. Its three faculty members taught 13 students that … more ...
“Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.” That remark, or something very like it, was written by former Hartford resident Mark Twain, a long … more ...
We liked this week Two Meriden congregations joined for an interfaith service Sunday at the Unitarian Universalist Church on Paddock Avenue in a show of … more ...
In the Rolling Stones classic song of the same name, Mick Jagger famously wailed “time is on my side.” The catchy tune tells the tale … more ...
At least one member of the Connecticut General Assembly is keeping tabs on the health of bees and butterflies in our state, with an eye … more ...
Fans of the New England Patriots are smarting at the moment, but during these dark January days, they can at least bask in the glory … more ...
Citing “a very, very credible evidence-based link” between domestic abuse of people and animal abuse, advocates for victims of domestic violence and those supporting animal … more ...
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