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The West Hartford Art League is taking their annual fundraiser to a whole new level this year by holding the event on the grassy roof overlooking their grounds and sculpture garden. Comment?
Motorcyclists, Exotic and Classic Car Enthusiasts from twocountries, twelve states, for one Cause Can Register Now. Comment?
Thomas J. O'Neil of Cheshire has been chosen to be the new chief executive officer at the Connecticut Labor Department Federal Credit Union according to John B. Toomey, Jr., president of the 74 year old credit union. Comment?
Shareholders of EDAC Technologies, an aerospace manufacturer with operations in Farmington and Cheshire , have approved the sale of the company to a New York private equity firm and its subsidiaries after a months long buyout process involving competing bids and numerous shareholder lawsuits. Comment?
Look at the roof of the home you are considering purchasing, but don't stop there, said William J. Stanley Jr., owner of the Stanco Inc. Comment?
Musae, causas memorate: Muses, remember the reasons - will be the theme at the 32nd Annual Connecticut State Latin Day to be held on May 3. Over 2,000 Latin students from more than 50 Connecticut middle and high schools will journey to Holiday Hill in Cheshire to celebrate the language and culture of the Ancient Romans on this day. Comment?
The state Supreme Court is set to hear arguments Tuesday on whether Connecticut's controversial prospective repeal of the death penalty is constitutional. Comment?
Kathleen K. Kelley has been selected to receive the Outstanding Physical Therapy Professional Award from the Neag School of Education Alumni Society of the University of Connecticut . Comment?
In a handful of lawsuits - filed both in Wisconsin, where the company is incorporated, and in Connecticut, where the firm has its executive offices - claim that the aerospace manufacturer's board of directors is rushing the sale of the company to Greenbriar Equity Group, a New York private equity firm, at the expense of shareholders, many who see a ... (more) Comment?
Fire Chief Michael Grant listened from the gallery of U.S. District Court on Thursday as a state police investigator testified about a March 2011 fire that killed three people, including an 8-year-old boy. Comment?
The Simsbury Free Library and Simsbury Historical Society have come together to host a tour of the Farmington Canal in May. Comment?
Police have identified the person who was fatally injured in a one-car crash off Jinny Hill Road early Sunday. Comment?
But critics say that it is bad policy that jeopardizes public safety and inflicts pain on crime victims; they are pushing for its repeal. Comment?
But critics say it is bad policy that jeopardizes public safety and inflicts pain on crime victims; they are pushing for its repeal. Comment?
Joe and Lisa Belenardo's relocation to the Boston area is bittersweet. After living in Avon since 2008, Joe Belenardo has taken a job as vice president of business development for an information technology company in Watertown, Mass., bringing the family's move full circle. Comment?
Quinnipiac University School of Education students Victoria Formica, left, Carolyn Tufts, Erica Romano and Marie, Schussler attended the National Education Association's Read Across America Day at the New York Public Library in Manhattan on March 1. Four members of the Quinnipiac Future Teachers Organization at the Quinnipiac University School of ... (more) Comment?
Skeptics showed up to deliver criticism at a CTfastrak informational forum Monday, but the session also drew praise from two or three bus riders and even a pitch from Plymouth to get in on the project. Comment?
Members of the stage crew of Grease are working on sets under the guidance of Director and Choreographer Mrs. Comment?
Norwich Free Academy tailback Marcus Outlow has given Boston College and oral commitment to play football for the Eagles in 2014 according to Rivals.com. The 6-foot, 190-pound Outlow, who also had offers from Ohio State, Florida, Clemson, Iowa and UConn, was believed to be looking to stay closer to home. Comment?
Employees laid off by Hostess last year, including 177 workers in Connecticut, have been certified as eligible for Trade Adjustment Assistance, U.S. Labor Department officials said Tuesday. 32 comments