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Ten years on, Connecticut continues to reel from perhaps the most horrific traffic accident the state has seen. This indelible event, which occurred July 29, … more ...
The state Bond Commission earlier this week approved spending $1 million to study and come up with a solution to a muddle we’re all too … more ...
Winners and Losers   Aug 1, 2015
We liked this week After almost a decade and a change in ownership, the 139-room Hilton Garden Inn has opened its doors for business on … more ...
This is the time of year when heart-breaking stories of children succumbing to the extreme heat inside parked cars are most likely to the make … more ...
Two hundred million years ago, volcanic activity filled what is now the Connecticut River Valley with basalt, which later fractured and was pushed upward to … more ...
We liked this week Pratt & Whitney’s groundbreaking on a new global headquarters and the announcement that it has purchased naming rights to the Rentschler … more ...
Medical fraud costs the federal government plenty — by one estimate, at least $70 billion a year — and Connecticut, as a high-cost-of-living state, surely … more ...
Years ago, if someone died “after a long illness,” it was often assumed by those reading the obituary that the cause of death was cancer. … more ...
What a glorious time for farmers markets. Not only is this the season for fresh produce, but, culturally, folks are becoming more and more aware … more ...
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During the election season last fall, the Democratic State Central Committee sent out a mailing to let voters know they were keeping tabs on who … more ...
To say the idea of the Hartford Yard Goats has not been widely embraced by Connecticut sports fans is to put it mildly. Since it … more ...
There have been some sour notes lately in the relationship between the town of Wallingford and the Toyota Oakdale Theatre. They have even been to … more ...
We liked this week The four companies selling individual health plans through Connecticut’s health insurance exchange have revised their proposals to raise rates in 2016, … more ...
Some things can be a curse as well as a blessing. Consider the Internet, and the devices we use to access it: Much of the … more ...
Did any of your ancestors come over on the Mayflower? Perhaps you’re related to Remember Allerton, or Humility Cooper, or Resolved White — those names … more ...
Stereotyping   Jul 15, 2015
The controversy in West Hartford over whether the town’s two high schools should change their sports mascots — the Conard Chieftains and the Hall Warriors … more ...
The region experienced two news-making tragedies recently. First, a suicidal father threw his baby son from the Arrigoni Bridge connecting Middletown and Portland into the … more ...
Fiber is good for us — or so we thought. It helps prevent colon cancer. Or else it doesn’t. As it turns out, there are … more ...
When the late Gov. Ella T. Grasso signed Connecticut’s landmark Freedom of Information Act into law in 1975, the letter — and the spirit — … more ...
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