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In less than a week, six people, including three 17-year-olds, have been killed in Connecticut crashes involving new drivers, even as tougher new driving laws... [Read More]
The Board of Education has established a panel with the power to remove students who don't live here, and its first cases may not be far away.The school... [Read More]
Day Kimball Healthcare will host a scavenger hunt with the Shoppers Guide, Turnpike Buyer and local businesses from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 19... [Read More]
A veteran Connecticut newspaper executive who resides in Oakdale is one of five people to receive the Yankee Quill Award, considered to be New England's... [Read More]
Luckily for Melissa Tuthill, the Norwich-New London area has the third greatest concentration of dessert shops in the United States, according to Infogroup."I haven't met... [Read More]
KILLINGLY — The town of Killingly this week made a big leap forward in its efforts to bulk up its cadre of licensed constables with the... [Read More]
Salem is celebrating 200 Years of volunteerism in commemoration of its bicentennial as an incorporated Connecticut municipality and will honor 11 residents next month as... [Read More]
Residents at a town meeting next week are scheduled to vote on whether to accept proposed updates to several ordinances that in some cases are... [Read More]
Connecticut U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal says he and fellow lawmakers want to impose criminal penalties against those who threaten or attack journalists doing their jobs.The... [Read More]
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