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One person, one vote: That's the law. But North Dakota seems to have found a way around that premise. After Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp was... [Read More]
Todd Wright, owner of Wright's Orchard in Tolland, started growing apples in 1980 on the farm he inherited from his father. He has spent his... [Read More]
A few blocks from the boardwalk and beaches made famous by the songs of Bruce Springsteen, there's a small museum behind a tidy storefront which... [Read More]
One of the apparent drawbacks of modern theater is this sense that audiences don't have the patience any more for shows that run longer than... [Read More]
The Paranormal Museum, above, in Asbury Park, N.J, started as an outgrowth of a bookstore opened in 2008 by lifelong devotee of the uncanny Kathy... [Read More]
Tasha Lawrence and Linda Powell in "The Roommate," on stage at Long Wharf Theatre through Nov. 4. [Read More]
ENFIELD—On a day when a billion-dollar Mega Million prize had the world scrambling for the right number combination, East Hartford High produced more than its... [Read More]
On Tuesday, the Enfield High field hockey team grinded out an overtime victory over Glastonbury in a game in which only one goal was scored. [Read More]
Some members of the UConn football team used a small portion of the Huskies' off week to focus on something other than football. [Read More]
An airline passenger was arrested Tuesday at Bradley International Airport based on accusations that he had gotten drunk on an incoming flight and caused a... [Read More]
Although she began teaching in the local school system only this year, Jennifer Kaprielian has already taken steps to achieve her goal of using her... [Read More]
A Superior Court judge here has transferred two more criminal cases against Michael Cerrato to Hartford Superior Court, where he is already facing a charge... [Read More]
Graffiti with the message "Don't be the one we're talking about the next day" is posted outside the Manchester Youth Service Bureau and around the... [Read More]
A local man was uninjured but saw his wife's car destroyed by flames after the car caught fire on Interstate 384 around 5 p.m. Thursday. [Read More]
Donald Nunes has been appointed as the new director of the Department of Public Works after serving as interim director for two months. [Read More]
A resolution that would've created a Committee on Arts and Culture failed Monday night after all four Republican council members abstained from the vote. [Read More]
The Hartford man who was lured to East Hartford in January with a promise to "chill" with a young woman he had been communicating with... [Read More]
Senate Democrats said Wednesday the impact that out-of-state funders are having on Connecticut elections is dramatic, but the party is not filing a complaint with... [Read More]
In partnership with recycling company Simple Recycling, the town is now offering free curbside pickup of unwanted textiles and small household items. [Read More]
Business equipment supplier Konica Minolta plans to lay off 219 workers in December as it moves closer to shuttering two facilities in Windsor. [Read More]
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