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That's a distinct possibility -- if the promise of sampling their delicious brews gets you to the next "Beer, Burgers & Managing Your Bucks" event on Wednesday, March 12 at MCC on Main in Manchester.
Letters notifying the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity of their "interim suspension" were delivered Monday.
Mar. 10, 2014 - Marshall Barnes, the internationally noted research and development engineer who has invented the world's first time machine, will be the Science Guest of Honor at the All-Con Sci-Fi Convention at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Addison, TX March 13-16.
Jim Gilbert rides his quarterhorse, April, as snow falls in Battle Creek, Mich. Gilbert, 61, who is gay, considers himself a lifelong cowboy - still competing in rodeos.
On the other hand, half of parents believe that children learn as much from watching TV as from interacting with an adult.
Kevin McField uses both his coaching and police experience to reach out to youths at Berkeley Alternative School in Moncks Corner.
University of Connecticut officials Saturday evening said the school is investigating an alleged hazing incident involving students at an off-campus location.
Connecticut Repertory Theatre will present the World Premiere of Goblin Market by Penny Benson, inspired by the poem by Christina Rossetti , March 27 - April 6 in the Studio Theater, Storrs.
The Stamford St. Patricks Day parade will take place this Saturday March 8th, 2014 at 12 noon, with over 80 marching units and pipe bands scheduled to appear.
In the March edition of the 'Mansfield Minute' the town announced that the town will publish a development plan for Mansfield Tomorrow in Spring 2014 for the public to review.
Junior Sierra, who arrived in Norwalk from Honduras at the age of 6, was one of a few dozen students who delivered petitions Thursday urging the state Board of Regents for Higher Education to change regulations that prevent undocumented students from getting financial aid awarded by the state's public universities and colleges.
Peekskill Middle School has begun a pilot program called "Smart Start," to expose youngsters to higher education opportunities beginning in eighth grade and continuing until graduation.
Connecticut Students for a DREAM, a statewide organization of undocumented students, their families, and allies, will escalate its fight to expand institutional financial aid to undocumented students across Connecticut's public colleges and universities.
Costa Rica's former two-time President and Nobel Peace Laureate Oscar Arias will give a public lecture at UConn on March 14. Former two-time president of Costa Rica and Noble Peace Prize Laureate Oscar Arias will give a free public lecture at the University of Connecticut next week.