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There’s been a huge jump in monthly hospitalizations caused by a class of drugs often called “synthetic marijuana” — from 359 cases nationwide in January, … more ...
Connecticut’s Capitol building, in Hartford, was designed in the High Victorian Gothic style and completed in 1878, when The New York Times described it as … more ...
Our society claims to cherish the most fragile among us, babies. But what about pregnant women? How cherished are they? Well, if those women are … more ...
It’s not often that a vice president of the United States makes news, but sometimes they do make sense. That was the case when John … more ...
Question: Which of these words — “accommodating,” “affable,” “conciliatory,” “courteous,” “diplomatic,” “gracious,” “polite” — would most people use to describe Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy? … more ...
We liked this week Electric rates charged by Connecticut’s two major utilities are headed for major reductions for the six months beginning July 1. Eversource … more ...
We have lots of rights and freedoms in this country, the basic principles of which are spelled out in our founding documents. We’re fortunate to … more ...
Let’s not jump to any conclusions. Instead, let’s ask some questions. Let’s not jump to any conclusions regarding the recent revelation that the city of … more ...
From time to time, one of our public agencies may drop the ball — as we all sometimes do. Being public agencies, though, they need … more ...
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Rosie the Riveter has passed away. That is, Mary Doyle Keefe, who posed for Norman Rockwell’s famous painting “Rosie the Riveter” in 1943, died on … more ...
Creating a Board of Regents for Higher Education to run this state’s colleges and universities (other than UConn, that is) must have seemed like a … more ...
One of the most contentious issues being hashed out in Washington right now is whether to grant the president the authority to fast-track approval of … more ...
Winners and Losers   May 2, 2015
We liked this week It could have been warmer for Meriden’s 37th annual Daffodil Festival last weekend — but sunshine and clear skies were an … more ...
A shameful night out for one man resulted in several businesses being vandalized along a mile-long stretch of Farmington Avenue in Hartford recently. Among the … more ...
Snow and ice are gone, replaced with clear driveways and green grass, but memories of a wicked winter remain. And the legacy isn’t all bad. … more ...
Every time prom season rolls around again, newspapers find themselves writing about the dangers of underage drinking, as well as about programs that try to … more ...
We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all holidays are not created equal. That Independence Day stands out among them because it marks the … more ...
The United States has a problem. College graduates are walking out of commencement ceremonies and into the “real world” with a boatload of student loan … more ...
Those galoots up in Capital City! First they rustled the Rock Cats away from Hardware City, then they heated up the irons and rebranded them … more ...
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