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2 hrs ago | Connecticut Post
Connecticut is taking the first steps toward changing how elementary, middle and high school students learn social studies, tying lessons more closely to critical thinking about government and the economy.
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7 hrs ago | Patch.com
Numerous cases have been reported in Connecticut of babies, infants, toddlers and children being left in hot cars this summer, and the hottest season has only just begun.
7 hrs ago | Patch.com
This is a tough call. Connecticuters can feel spoilt for choice when it comes to nearby beaches to wile away a lazy summer's afternoon .
8 hrs ago | News Times
On the radar of former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg 's gun control coalition and various Second Amendment factions, Connecticut is bracing for a surge in campaign spending from both ends of the political spectrum in this midterm election year.
The death of 15-month-old Benjamin Seitz has stirred up a flurry of emotion and an array of opinions on a case with many loose ends.
Let's just get this out of the way fast. That phrase 'polar vortex' you might be reading about? That phenomenon that caused wickedly cold temperatures in January ? It's not making a summer appearance in Connecticut.
CBS SUNDAY MORNING WITH CHARLES OSGOOD heads to the coastline of Connecticut for its annual summer at the shore-themed edition to be broadcast July 13, 2014 on the CBS Television Network.
With nearly all of Connecticut's 130 farmers' markets now open for the season, Governor Dannel P. Malloy is encouraging residents to eat healthy while supporting their local growers and economy by visiting one.
A victim of a horrific chimp attack that nearly claimed her life, a Stamford woman is now pressing Congress to pass new laws that would make it more difficult for an average person to keep a primate as a pet in their home.
A group reforming how all medical care is paid for in the state butted heads Thursday with a group of healthcare advocates who are worried about steps the group is taking with the Medicaid population.
The organization that operates the replica slave ship Amistad says it "will exhaust every resource" to try and attend Sailfest in New London after Gov. Dannel P. Malloy threatened to reconsider supporting additional state funding for the group.
From left, Girl Scouts of Connecticut Board President Caroline Sloat; Managing Director, New England Market Executive, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, Linda Houston; and Girl Scouts of Connecticut CEO Mary Barneby.
Prosecutors say Rowland made on-air attacks against congressional candidate Andrew Roraback when he was working for Lisa Wilson-Foley, Roraback's rival for the Republican nomination for northwestern Connecticut's 5th Congressional District in 2012.
Moira O'Malley, right, of Stonington, reacts as Peg Moran of Friends in the Country of Pawcatuck, pulls out an iris from an arrangement during the Stonington Farmers Market at the Stonington Town Dock.
Sen. John McKinney and David Walker won't be getting their public campaign funds on Thursday as planned, but they expect to receive approval from election regulators by July 16. The two are rushing to get out a TV commercial they filmed Monday, the same day their Republican opponent Tom Foley began airing his first commercial of the campaign ... (more)
Stratford's John Kondakor, 45, faces fraud charges after allegedly being hired to repair a homeowner's roof but never returning to do the work after receiving a $5,000 check, police told the Connecticut Post .
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 11:33 am
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