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"One of the overall goals is to create a comfortable, safe environment all around, whether it's regarding sexuality or race or social class," said Rachel Kim, a 17-year-old senior.
Police officers will host a toy drive in conjunction with the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve on Sunday at the Buckland Hills mall.
A candlelight vigil in memory of the victims of the recent triple homicide at the Dye House Apartments is set for Sunday evening.
Inframat Corp., a 17-year-old nano materials company, keeps hitting on successful formulas of high-tech coatings made up of microscopic particles, 1,000 times smaller than a human hair.
Online travel agencies like Hotwire make it easy to book an entire trip, from flights to hotel to car rentals.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut and the town police chief clashed Thursday over a recent report on racial profiling in police motor vehicle stops.
A man who police say allowed teens to gather on his property for alcohol and drug parties has been arrested on dozens of counts of reckless endangerment and permitting minors to possess liquor after a 17-year-old Hebron teen was killed after leaving a party there.
The following arrests were made between Dec. 6 - Dec. 8, and are listed in reverse chronological order.
Michael Crockett, a longtime school board member and the panel's former minority leader, has left the Republican Party after a disagreement with his caucus.
A Hartford man threatened his estranged wife by invoking the recent triple homicide at the Dye House Apartments, police said.
Elena Gutzmer, a lifelong Manchester resident who was a member of the Manchester Ambulance Transportation Unit during World War II, died Oct. 7. She was 90. Gutzmer began working for the Cheney Brothers as a secretary after high school.
As Connecticut observes the sorrowful anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre, another form of violence - seemingly omnipresent domestic abuse - has struck in Manchester, taking a lethal toll.
MANCHESTER, Conn.-The U.S. Patent Office has found that the request for re-examination of Seiko Epson's patent 6,019,470 filed by Ocuco Inc. on May 21 raises "a substantial new question of patentability," and has recommended that all 20 claims in the patent be canceled in a "Non-Final Office Action" published in October.