Is a person who was convicted of poisoning two people in the 1920s — who then spent the rest of her life in a state-run … more ...
Winners and Losers   Jan 24, 2015
We liked this week After suffering extensive damage in a fire last June, Violi’s Restaurant at Meriden’s Hunter Golf Club is under repair and expected … more ...
President Barack Obama’s State of the Union speech Tuesday night rekindled some of the president’s fiery rhetoric for which he’s well known and often admired. … more ...
This is a difficult and emotional time for the St. Stanislaus community, which recently learned that its parish school is slated to close. The other … more ...
With the legislative session now underway, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he’s keeping his options open on the subject of bringing tolls back to the … more ...
Those blinking signs   Jan 18, 2015
Just because there was an accident recently at the intersection of Pratt and Center streets in Meriden — sending one man to the hospital, strewing … more ...
We liked this week A national restaurant chain with an emphasis on pasta and noodle dishes will open in March on Queen Street in Southington. … more ...
First, the good news: Things are looking up downtown. Three firms have submitted proposals to redevelop five properties now owned by the city of Meriden. … more ...
Now that everyone’s opened their holiday gifts, is your house loaded with electronic gadgets? Well, the Natural Resources Defense Council has some suggestions that can … more ...

Select a page to view more stories   
Page: [1] 2 3 4 5
The single most effective step that could help poor children and children from troubled families succeed in school would be to get them into “high-quality … more ...
“We don’t need another hole in the city’s downtown.” That was Meriden Mayor Manny Santos, speaking of the building at 72-82 E. Main St. that … more ...
We liked this week It took until the second day of the year, but MidState Medical Center’s first baby of 2015 arrived on January 2. … more ...
Former Red Sox pitcher Pedro Martinez enters the Baseball Hall of Fame having played an inimitable role in the Boston/New York rivalry. Martinez’s stellar career … more ...
Route 5 bottleneck   Jan 9, 2015
Route 5 in Wallingford has long posed headaches for drivers, and is a problem without imminent resolution. Especially between where the road intersects routes 15 … more ...
Although two incidents do not indicate a trend, Meriden police should still ramp up efforts to protect women downtown after recent problems. Twice in the … more ...
AARP has announced its legislative agenda for the coming session of the General Assembly, and gaining tax credits for family health providers is at the … more ...
Tuition and classes at the University of Connecticut won’t be affected by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s most recent budget cuts, according to UConn President Susan … more ...
Founded by Thomas A. Edison and others in 1892, General Electric has long been a company based in heavy industry that also made consumer goods … more ...
The number of school shootings since Newtown is a chilling reminder of how guns have increasingly crept into modern youth culture. A study released upon … more ...
Page: [1] 2 3 4 5
Don't see what you're looking for? Try searching our online Archives.