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Planning and Zoning Commission member Cynthia Barrett earned her way onto the ballot for the Nov. 2 municipal election by recording a convincing victory in... [Read More]
First Selectman Barbara K. Perkinson was the victor Tuesday night after a Republican primary, defeating challenger Lisa Amatruda. Perkinson's win paves the... [Read More]
On this date 40 years ago, Sandra Day O'Connor received unanimous approval from the Senate Judiciary Committee to become the first female Supreme Court justice.... [Read More]
Three Democratic-endorsed candidates for the Board of Education garnered enough votes in Tuesday's primary to advance to the Nov. 2 municipal election. ... [Read More]
Planning and Zoning Commission member Cynthia Barrett earned her way onto the ballot for the Nov. 2 municipal election by recording a convincing victory in... [Read More]
Local residents are always proud of the town's agricultural heritage, but one day each year they pay special tribute to those roots. ... [Read More]
Twin sisters Mariah and Michaela McMahon are two years away from graduating Wilby High School, but the sophomores are aware of their career aspirations. ... [Read More]
Embattled Region 14 Superintendent of Schools Joseph Olzacki "froze out" teachers at a January COVID-19 vaccine clinic in favor of political insiders and friends, falsified... [Read More]
Times change, society changes and so does New Hartford. The time-honored New Hartford Day tradition has morphed into New Hartford Night this year, reflecting an... [Read More]
That President Biden had the audacity to show his face at the Sept. 11 memorial in New York City on the 20th anniversary of that... [Read More]
Connecticut governors sure have a knack for making themselves, and their state, look foolish. In March 2015, then-Gov. Dannel P. Malloy banned state-funded travel to... [Read More]
The Transportation Climate Initiative (TCI) is a regional collaborative of Northeast and mid-Atlantic states dedicated to increasing transportation equity, developing a robust green economy, and... [Read More]
Sept. 17 is National POW/MIA Recognition Day, a day to remember and honor our unrecovered prisoners of war, those still missing, and their families. Nationwide,... [Read More]
To our fire and emergency-services brothers and sisters, 20 years ago last week, the United States was attacked by terrorists at 1 World Trade Center,... [Read More]
The sons of a well-known local restaurateur were arraigned Friday in Torrington Superior Court on allegations they were selling cocaine not on the Italian menu.... [Read More]
Young and old gathered from across the state to honor and remember those who lost their lives on this date 20 years ago during the... [Read More]
Marvin McMillen listened, as many did Saturday, as the names of each of the 2,996 people who died in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks... [Read More]
Waterbury police recently filed the following charges: GRACE NIEVES, 29, of 150 Mark Lane, disorderly conduct, third-degree assault. JOSEPH... [Read More]
Republican-American photographer Jim Shannon has seen his share of bad news through his camera lens, when fires burn, cars crash or passions explode into crime... [Read More]
Four candidates will be on the ballot in Tuesday's Democratic primary for the Board of Education, and the top three vote-getters will advance to the... [Read More]
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