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The Hartford CourantMore than half of Connecticut voters surveyed say rising prices have forced them to make "big changes" in how they shop for groceries, and nearly a quarter say they have had to sell something of value to pay bills in recent years, a new University of...
It was the first time Kai D'Angelo had ever picked a pumpkin, and the 4-year-old knew just what he was looking for. As he ran to hop onto a cow train ride at Clark's Elioak Farm in Ellicott City this week, he said his pumpkin would be a small one, and...
Hartford CourantIf there can be a Connecticut Wine Trail and a Connecticut Impressionists Trail, then why not a Connecticut Theater Trail? Is the state tourism office missing a market? After all, this small-in-size state is packed with Tony Award-winning theaters,...
The best part about running on grease, according to members of Quiet Life, is the satisfaction of knowing somebody’s trash has taken you 500 miles down the road. “I’ve spent only about $150 in diesel fuel to get across the country,&...
MOUNT MORRIS -- Megan Tompkins collected 81 kills Saturday, leading the Petoskey High School volleyball team to the championship in the Mount Morris Invitational. The Northmen, 25-2-3, defeated Sterling Heights Stevenson, 25-22, 25-18, in the title...
Tags: Tennis, High School Sports
Rave On: A Tribute to the Reducers Vol. 1 CD release party Sat., Sept. 22 at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center Rose Barn, 305 Great Neck Road, Waterford. (860) 443-5378, goodsponge.com There was a Reducers show in the mid-1990s at Yale's GPSCY Bar....
WATERFORD TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — Police say a pistol-wielding man who robbed a suburban Detroit convenience store told the clerk his mother is dying of cancer before leaving with cash from the register. The Detroit Free Press (http://on.freep.com/...
Tags: Death, Theft, Detroit Free Press, Politics, Cancer
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission - prompted by the federal courts - is now doing a study on the possible environmental problems of long-term storage of tons of spent nuclear fuel at nuke plants around the nation. Connecticut's Attorney General George...
Tags: Politics, Environmental Issues, Waste, Justice System, Haddam
The usual auctioneer's patter about furniture and figurines gave way to something a little different, a little strange, when lots 204 and 205 came up before the buyers at Tom Hall Auctions in Schnecksville on Tuesday. "We're offering the gentleman first,...
Hartford CourantPlaywrights, get cracking. Open submissions begin today, Sept. 17 and ends Oct, 24 for next summer’s National Playwrights Conference at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in Waterford. Submission fee is $35 and covers the cost of the...
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