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Nancy Dubrule-Clemente will offer advice and instructions in shrub selection, appropriate siting, and the importance of good pruning techniques for proper maintenance.
Stacey Curley is managing partner of the Osterville location, located at 812 Main St. Angela Philbrook is the managing partner of the Orleans office, located at 56 Main St. NewFarm, a retail store specializing in products and workshops for people who grow their own food, has opened at 791 Route 28 in Harwich Port.
The University of Connecticut plans to spend $10 million of its NextGenCT funding to demolish a vacant building that divides the Avery Point campus in two.
Guest blogger Andrey Semenov is a Russia native and specialist in international trade and energy, concentrating on Europe and Russia.
EERE offers webinars to the public on a range of subjects, from adopting the latest energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies to training for the clean energy workforce.
They're revising the SAT again, and you know what that means. More weeping, wailing and gnashing of teeth.
The season of Lent calls Christians to engage in prayer, fasting from worldly attachments and almsgiving to the needy.
State colleges and universities will be mandated to provide annual student and employee training on sexual assault prevention as part of legislation approved Thursday by the Higher Education Committee.
For freshman at the University of Connecticut, March 15 will be the beginning of their first spring break.
Here we investigate the effect of 3D architecture of chromatin on the transcriptional regulation of MIRs .
On the Nature of Nature, a series of occasional talks, readings and conversations on nature and sustainable living hosted by The Rockfall Foundation, presents an evening with Robert Thorson and his latest book, "Walden's Shore: Henry David Thoreau and Nineteenth-Century Science."
A unique campaign spearheaded by Yale School of Medicine students to encourage uninsured young adults to sign up for health coverage by the federal March 31 deadline has galvanized student groups across Connecticut and the country.
High school students have been able to attend pre-college summer programs at RISD, Cornell, Brown, Boston University, Georgetown, Columbia, Marist, NYU and George Washington University - now they can find the same high-quality academic experience at the University of Connecticut .
But as undocumented students, they saw how frustrating it was for their peers who were unable to pay for college.