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Yale researchers, in a journal article published Thursday, say that they can predict whether babies will be at risk for developing autism by analyzing a placenta at birth. 9 comments
The Intensive Education Academy, located at 840 North Main Street, West Hartford , will host an Insight Breakfast on Monday, April 29 at the school from 8:15 to 9:15 a.m. The Intensive Education Academy is a private, non-profit, non-sectarian, state approved school for children in grades kindergarten though twelve with learning disabilities. Comment?
Is food a problem? Overeaters Anonymous can help. No dues, fees, weigh-ins. No need to register. Comment?
Greater Hartford and suburban families may still apply for the newly renovated and relocated Journalism and Media Academy magnet school in Hartford. Comment?
Ben's Lighthouse , an organization dedicated to supporting and uplifting the children of Newtown in the wake of the December 14 tragedy, is sponsoring a Lighthouse Festival on June 15, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free and the event is open to all area families. Comment?
Construction of the Connecticut State Veterans Memorial kicked off of April 22 with a groundbreaking ceremony in Hartford's Minuteman Park, across from the William A. O'Neill State Armory and Legislative Office Building. Comment?
The Old Saybrook Board of Education has selected Jan G. Perruccio to be the new superintendent for the Old Saybrook Public Schools. Comment?
President and CEO of Gowrie Group, Carter Gowrie presents the $4,000 Title Sponsorship check to Safe Grad Night Representatives Mary McKay, Stuart McKay, and seniors Andy Heckler, Matt Cummins, and JT Geigerich. Comment?
Old Saybrook High School is proud to announce the 50th Anniversary of their popular musical producitons. Comment?
A 20-year-old man suspected of dealing marijuana along the shoreline was arrested during an undercover operation Tuesday, police said. Comment?
East Catholic captain Vinny Genovesi has his eye on the ball, which Farmington's Gibson Preston wants for himself, during the game between East Catholic and Farmington Tuesday afternoon at East Catholic in Manchester. Comment?
West Hartford Police Detective Pete Juda searches the bottom of Pope Park Pond in Hartford Tuesday looking for two guns reportedly thrown into the muddy water. Comment?
"Dialogue: Representation and Abstraction" is the theme of the upcoming exhibition by the Artists of Gallery One . Comment?
A Quick Pick Crane & Rigging took delivery of a brand new Grove TMS800E, an 80 ton mobile hydraulic truck crane. Comment?
Parental Alienation Awareness Day Symposium and Candle Light Vigil. Parental Alienation is a form of Psychological Abuse where one person deliberately impedes the relationship between the children and parent. Comment?
Katharine Hepburn became most famous for her performances as sophisticated urbanites, but in the years before her "type" was established, she played lots of different roles, including the one she played in "Spitfire." In the 1934 drama, Hepburn plays Trigger Hicks, a faith healer in the Ozark mountains. Comment?
Common Good Gardens, Inc., Old Saybrook , "Animal Protection Fencing," to install fencing enclosing fruit trees and produce growing areas needing protection from foraging wildlife. Comment?
Juliet Brett will be playing the title character of Iris in Long Wharf Theater's production of "Still Life with Iris," Directed by Elizabeth Nearing. Comment?
Local author Dale Ibitz's books are on their way to New York City as part of the effort to restock libraries destroyed by Hurricane Sandy . Comment?
Several Quinnipiac University occupational therapy graduate students in the School of Health Sciences led a pedestrian safety presentation to Church Street Elementary School students on April 15 and 17. Comment?