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Today is Saturday, April 17, the 107th day of 2021. There are 258 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On April 17,... [Read More]
George David Easterbook Jr., 70, died on April 13, 2021.Calling hour is 6 to 7 p.m. Monday at Thurston Rowe Funeral Home with a service... [Read More]
Alexandria "Jean" Kharma, 80, of Woodbury, passed away at home (or per her wishes, 'was discontinued') on April 4, 2021.She was born in Philadelphia, Pa.,... [Read More]
Joseph "Joe" Accetura of Bradenton, Fla., passed away on April 12, 2021, from complications following heart surgery. A devoted husband, loving father and cherish…... [Read More]
Today is Friday, April 16, the 106th day of 2021. There are 259 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On April 16,... [Read More]
The shooting of four men early Saturday morning took place as a car show that featured sound systems pumping out music was wrapping up. A... [Read More]
POLICE BLOTTERTORRINGTONPHEAK SI, 36, 23 Cook St., Torrington, second-degree breach of peace, third-degree criminal mischief, April 4. Released on $2,500 non-surety bond for appearance April... [Read More]
POLICE BLOTTER WATERBURY Waterbury police recently filed the following charges: KLON BRYANT, 27, of 39 Ives St., second-degree failure to appear, two counts first-degree failure... [Read More]
It is my sincere hope that my representatives in the Connecticut legislature – Sen. Mary Daugherty Abrams, D-Meriden, and Rep. Craig C. Fishbein, R-Wallingford –... [Read More]
I retired from the Connecticut Department of Correction in 2002, having worked 27 years in positions ranging from counselor to counselor supervisor to deputy warden... [Read More]
As of April 13, one of the most prominently placed items on the widely read CT Capitol Report site was a link to a column... [Read More]
The Senate voted Wednesday to ban Connecticut employers from asking for birth and graduation dates on job applications.The proposed ban is intended to protect older... [Read More]
When Kyle Casey didn't like that a Black security guard was looking at him Tuesday, he turned his attention away from the conversation he was... [Read More]
LITCHFIELD After two years in one of the most prominent commercial locations in the center of town, The Silly Sprout children's store is heading to... [Read More]
The Goshen Stampede is scheduled to be the first large-scale event at the Goshen Fairgrounds during the COVID-19 pandemic. Stampede organizer Sean O'Neill of Goshen... [Read More]
Amanda McDonald got her first COVID-19 shot Wednesday during a vaccination clinic for 100 people at St. Peter's Trinity Church on Main Street. The vaccine... [Read More]
Getting a shot in the arm was appreciated by those who turned out for Wednesday's mobile COVID-19 vaccine clinic. Canaan was one of the smallest... [Read More]
Colorful rainbow patterns will adorn the streets around the city's Green next month as part of a volunteer effort by the Waterbury Public Art Committee.... [Read More]
Organizers are moving forward with plans to hold the 96th annual Bethlehem Fair this summer after last year's agricultural event was canceled for only the... [Read More]
Veterinarians at Roxbury Animal Clinic receive calls from would-be clients every day, but each inquiry is met with the same answer: No. Owners seeking treatment... [Read More]
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