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With a rare agreement from both ends of its political spectrum, the finance board Tuesday night unanimously endorsed a budget proposal that creates all-day kindergarten but raises taxes.
It's been one day since Mayor Pedro Segarra released his spending plan for the coming fiscal year, but a heated debate between the mayor and a city council member has already begun.
Duncaster will launch a significant, year-long mind, body and spirit initiative funded by a new grant from the Harlow D. Savage Jr. Fund for $60,000.
The Hearth has signed a contract with Patient Advocate for You to assist residents waiting to come into their brand new community when open in the fall of 2014.
The Bristol Brass and wind ensemble will present a concert "Rhapsody in Blue," a tribute to George Gershwin, Sunday, May 4, 4 p.m. at the Prospect United Methodist Church, 99 Summer Street, Bristol.
For the third year, CT shoreline fire departments will host an area-wide food drive to collect non-perishable food for area residents in need.
The unpredictable winter weather forced the postponement of Victor Triay's talk about his trilogy of historical fiction, the Unbroken Circle series.
If you're a smoker and have considered "kicking the habit," Middlesex Hospital's Smoking Intervention Service can help.
Andrew Haraghey of Enfield, whose on-snow career began as a 10-year-old with Center for Human Development in Springfield, Mass., and AbilityPLUS at Mount Snow, VT, has taken a giant step toward achieving his dream of winning Paralympic Gold by taking bronze at the recent Huntsman Cup race here, taking the podium with two US Paralympic Team racers ... (more)
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ANSONIA Police responded to Woodbridge Avenue Sunday morning after a neighbor reported a dispute involving a handgun, Ansonia police reported in a press release Sunday evening.
The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center and Community Music School will host an open house for Kate's Camp for Kids, a performing arts summer camp program, on Monday, April 28 from 3 to 5 pm, at The Kate, 300 Main Street, Old Saybrook.
EH Community Lions will be performing eye screening of pre-school children, ages two through 5 at their respective pre-schools and children in Kindergarten and 1st grade the week of May 5. Children not enrolled in these programs may be tested at the Early Childhood Center in the Elementary School.