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Few things send me into a sports rant quicker than the following seven words and three Roman numerals: "Division III is just glorified high school... [Read More]
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Matt Barnes didn't throw a single pitch in the Red Sox 5-4 victory over Kansas City on Thursday afternoon. But it's a game he'll likely... [Read More]
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Connecticut took aim at the Trump administration again on Thursday, joining a multi-state lawsuit attempting to block a new policy that allows the deportation of... [Read More]
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The public is invited Sept. 4 to participate in a public hearing on health insurance rate increases submitted to the Connecticut Insurance Department for review.... [Read More]
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When a onetime college track star whittling down his 400-meter record of 47 seconds in hopes of pursuing a professional career in the... [Read More]
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The Madison Historical Society will host more than 50 vendors of fine antiques and collectibles during the 48th Annual Antiques Fair, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday... [Read More]
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Mayor Daniel T. Drew is again at odds with Stephen H. DeVoto , a Wesleyan University professor and the chairman of the city's Planning... [Read More]
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Two legislators recently walked the Chapal Farm Land Trust Property on the lookout for native birds to highlight the need for the Recovering America's... [Read More]
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It's no secret that parking, and the space for it, has become a growing concern in the business-heavy South End as buildings and apartments are... [Read More]
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If the Affordable Care Act is abolished as the result of a legal battle over the health care law, not only will more than 300,000... [Read More]
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Thursday will be a hot and humid day with a chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening. With high levels of ozone... [Read More]
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It's past 9 p.m. on Tuesday, but Nick Newell is nowhere near ready to call it a night. "Sorry," he says as he... [Read More]
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The latest round of tariffs on Chinese imports, including a 10 percent tax on tea that's set take effect Sept. 1, has Cindi Bigelow perplexed... [Read More]
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The Board of Selectmen on Thursday evening will hold the first of two informational meetings on the proposed purchase of 5.2-acre parcel that fronts... [Read More]
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A side street temporarily restricted to one-way traffic off the main drag for the past 18 months was reopened to motorists both ways this week.... [Read More]
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Regional School District 17 has hired a new principal to lead Haddam-Killingworth Middle School. "Dolores Bates was overwhelmingly the top candidate out... [Read More]
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The discovery of asbestos during the demolition process at the middle school, while unexpected, won't delay the start of classes or pose a danger to... [Read More]
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A crash has Route 66 across the Arrigoni Bridge closed Wednesday afternoon. ... [Read More]
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Some area residents claim on Facebook that they plan to boycott Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana over the apparent support of co-owner Gary Bimonte... [Read More]
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Using key pieces of business-related legislation to rank state lawmakers during the 2019 legislative session, the Connecticut Business and Industry Association recently highlighted... [Read More]
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