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Widowed, separated or divorced? Don't know where to turn? Struggling with grief or loss? The loss of a loved one through separation, divorce, or death is one of life's most traumatic experiences.
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Sacristans, religious education teachers, food pantry helpers, and gardeners are just a few of the duties that parishioners volunteer for at their parishes, and their motivation is pure and simple - they love their Church.
The bracket was unveiled Sunday night, with the usual level of griping about overrated teams seeded too high and other teams unfairly ignored.
Advocates of a bill that would allow terminally ill patients to request a physician's help to end their lives are spending tens of thousands of dollars on a carefully crafted campaign to build support.
Fast Growing Industry Company Strengthens Resources Anchor Engineering, Inc. announced today that Michael Appleby, P.E. has recently obtained his Professional Engineer license.
State Treasurer Denise L. Nappier announced the launch of the second phase of CHET Advance Scholarship, an annual program designed to help Connecticut families meet the mounting costs of higher education.
A violent sexual assault reported to police last year by a Wesleyan University freshman remains under investigation, a police spokesperson said Thursday, two days after the student filed a federal lawsuit against the fraternity that hosted the party where the alleged assault occurred.
The Old Saybrook Public Health Nursing Board is offering a $2,000 scholarship to graduating seniors, residing in Old Saybrook, entering an approved college which prepares the student for professional practice in nursing.
The Milford Police Department will conduct graduation exercises honoring the graduates of the 2014 session of the Milford Police Academy on Firday, March 14 at 6 p.m. The graduation ceremony will take place at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium - Parsons Government Center located at 70 West River Street in Milford.
Soul survivor and two-time Grammy nominee Bettye LaVette squeals, shrieks, screams and croons, and somehow it all makes sense, as though her phrases and crescendos were there already, waiting to be teased out.
Can you heat a home with a hair dryer? You will find the answer at a free-to-the-public program hosted by the Shoreline League of Democratic Women on Sunday, March 30. Their special guest speaker Douglas Mcdonald of MyCodePlus.com The event will be held at 1:30 p.m., at the Guilford Free Library, 67 Park Street, on the green in Guilford, CT.
A legislative committee hearing on a handful of proposed bills, some regarding the Common Core State Standards, drew so much interest Wednesday that more than 125 people signed up to testify and committee members said they expected the hearing to last into the early hours of Thursday morning.
The man suspected of fatally beating a 70-year-old in 2012 is an alcoholic, has a drug habit and has been prone to violence, the murder victim's daughter - and mother of the suspect's child - wrote in a restraining order application a few weeks after the homicide.
Jeanne Proctor addresses the cast and crew of Old Saybrook High School's production of Victor Hugo's Les Misrables at a dress rehearsal last week.