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5 hrs ago | Connecticut Post
The U.S. Office for Civil Rights has agreed to investigate a complaint lodged against the University of Connecticut by women who claim the university did not respond properly or effectively to complaints of sexual violence.
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5 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
You can, after all, plan to buy tickets for Trumbull High School's production of the popular Tony Award -winning rock musical "RENT" this spring .
7 hrs ago | Patch.com
Babar Ahmad and Syed Talha Ahsan pleaded guilty Tuesday, Dec. 10, in New Haven federal court to conspiring to provide and providing material support, including funds, personnel and physical items, to terrorists.
11 hrs ago | Beckers ASC Review
Gastroenterologist Dr. Edwin Levine answers questions about healthcare consolidation, the keys to success and his work outside of day-to-day practice.
With Deborah Herbst's recent election as chairwoman of the Trumbull Board of Education, some democrats fear government may become a family affair.
Michael Price, Executive Director of Goodspeed Musicals, said Monday he was "personally reaching out to the 'Trumbull for RENT' team."
The Herbsts now have extraordinary control of the whole town budget, and have affected the school system's ability to serve as an independent advocate for education.
Howard M. Wood Jr. was a humble, quiet man whose faith and personality brought him to serve or start several churches, aided by a lively sense of humor and a desire to help others.
In what could spark an international incident, the president of Poland is demanding the state not execute a former Trumbull man for the terrifying 2006 murders of a city woman, her 9-year-old daughter and a Milford landscaper.
The Fairfield County Chapter of Approved Baseball Umpires will conduct a series of clinics for those interested in working high school, regional and youth games throughout the season which begins in early April.
The New York Times calls him an "interpretive dynamo," while the Los Angeles Times went so far as lauding him for helping to ensure "the future of classical music in America."
The following comes from First Selectman Tim Herbst: Over the past week, I have heard from many members of the community concerning the production of Rent: The School Edition.
Trumbull Police nabbed a man on numerous charges Nov. 19. Jean Carlos Serrano, 18, of Sheridan Street, Bridgeport, is charged with possession of a pistol without a permit, two counts of third-degree burglary and single counts of third-degree criminal mischief, second-degree larceny and theft of a firearm.
Trumbull High School, located in Trumbull, CT - approximately 66 miles from where the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning musical Rent premiered on Broadway - has put a stop to mounting the Jonathan Larson musical because of its "sensitive" and "controversial" themes, according to a Facebook page created for the show.
FAIRFIELD, Conn. Fairfield's Debra Menich knows the first step is often the hardest for women who need assistance at The Center for Family Justice.