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For beating and robbing a disabled man a year ago, Darnell Stellmacher faces four years in prison when he is sentenced next month. Comment?
The leading provider and award winning company of independent patient advocacy case management, and crisis intervention announces the opening a new office in Glastonbury to better meet the needs of their clients in the Columbia, Franklin, Hampton, Windham, Colchester and surrounding towns. Comment?
Windsor Warriors guard Tyler Rowe drives against Glastonbury Tomahawks guard John Russell during the first half of the CCC boys basketball championship at Bulkeley High School. Comment?
Two years after the University of Connecticut successfully shut down the notorious Spring Weekend celebration, the event will be back this April, but in a re-imagined form and with restrictions. Comment?
With the board of education transferring control of the Nathan Hale School to the town last week, a discussion about its future begins. Comment?
Officers responded to the scene in the area of 102 Stonington Road at about 8:23 a.m., police said. Comment?
Cragin Memorial Library will host a screening of the film "Genetic Roulette: The Gamble of Our Lives" on Thursday, March 28, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. This event is co-sponsored with the Eastern Connecticut Vegetarian Society, and is free and open to the public. Comment?
Goodwin College dedicated Room 201 to Zuvic, Carr and Associates on Friday, Feb, 22. Comment?
Saturday Winter Pops! Concerts at the South Windsor Public Library has experienced the wrath of winter weather. Comment?
Design improvements to downtown parking lots would help attract new businesses and patrons to Main Street, according to conceptual plans presented Tuesday to the board of directors. Comment?
Jennifer Lawrence wins the Oscar for Best Actress, but trips on her way to accept the award. Comment?
UConn Vs. Seton Hall UConn senior Caroline Dody, center, is hugged after being honored on Senior Night before the Huskies faced Seton Hall at Gampel Pavillion in Storrs Saturday. Comment?
"We thought it was right to appreciate the generosity of other people," said Raamot, whose 2-year-old daughter took home a Dora the Explorer rolling backpack. Comment?
A false report of a man with a gun prompted a temporary lockdown at Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Saturday morning and a room-by-room security sweep of a campus building, police said. Comment?
The Friends of Fort Trumbull will open their 2013 season on the War of 1812, by welcoming Professor Mathew Warshauer as their April speaker. Comment?
Fourteen Connecticut College seniors have been named Winthrop Scholars, the highest academic honor bestowed by the college. Comment?
About 15 people showed up outside the public library Friday afternoon to protest an editorial written by Journal Inquirer Managing Editor Chris Powell that warned against blaming society for the troubles of the mentally ill. Comment?
As a storm packing up to a foot of snow approaches, town plow crews on Thursday were still clearing sight lines for motorists and police continued visiting property owners who had not shoveled sidewalks. Comment?
The Inn at Mystic, a sprawling property that includes 67 motel rooms, the Flood Tide Restaurant and a turn-of-the-20th-century mansion known for hosting weddings, has been listed for $8.5 million, Rick Weiner of William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty in Essex said Wednesday. Comment?
Dragon Karate, which teaches the practice of Shaolin Kempo Karate, opened Saturday at 991 Main St. Comment?