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The Hartford CourantWethersfield resident Patrice Gilbert knew that compact fluorescent bulbs contained mercury, so as they burned out, she put them aside until she could find out where to properly dispose of them. One day, she accidently knocked one off the counter and...
Tags: East Haddam, Coal, Personal Income, Wethersfield, Family
StatewideChandler Howard, chairman of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce, announced that Warde J. Manuel, director of athletics, University of Connecticut, will serve as guest speaker at the Chamber's April Member Breakfast Meeting to be held on Tuesday,...
The Hartford CourantIt may have been called the “White Coat Gala” but exactly who the doctors were was pretty much a guess because of the black tie dress code at the University of Connecticut Foundation party Saturday at the Connecticut Convention Center....
The Hartford CourantFor many high school seniors, April is indeed the cruelest month. The euphoria over the acceptance letters they received last month or earlier often gives way in April when they get their financial aid offer — an array of grants and loans that can...
A quick look around downtown Hartford shows that changes are underway. The "Butt Ugly" building at the mouth of the city's core has been torn down, along with deconstruction projects all around the area. Construction of high-end apartments downtown...
Roots of the Grind: To see what made the Memphis Grizzlies' Tony Allen, take a visit to Chicago's South SideCommercial Appeal"This is the court Tony Allen grew up on," his mother, Ella Allen, says, beaming on a sun-splashed windy day. "I had to come out here every night and get him out." Cars whiz past on the busy street. A series of two-story, well-aged sand-colored brick...
The Hartford CourantSouthern California receives less than 10 inches of rain per year, yet 22 million people reside there and agriculture flourishes. Such a region has no earthly business supporting such a large population or a water-intensive agricultural economy, yet it...
The Hartford CourantDespite its location literally steps from the University of Connecticut, the owners of new Storrs restaurant Dog Lane Café say they're not necessarily trying to attract students. The rest of the town has that covered. "[We] did a study…and at the...
One of nature's weirdest, most mysterious bugs is living under Connecticut. Millions of them have been waiting the better part of two decades to stage a mass orgy of singing and sex, and we're now only a few short weeks away from their "emergence."...
So you don’t get confused, what with all the high-powered lobbying and marketing going on right now, University of Connecticut President Susan Herbst wants you to know her school isn’t just some corporate promotional product. “We’...
For full disclosure's sake, I am a 1968 graduate of what is now Towson University (and a 1974 graduate of Morgan State University). I taught high school for 14 years and founded an advertising agency that has a sports specialty. Our company has done...
David Hayes lives in an early-18th-century house on a 57-acre lot in Coventry, his home since 1968. To wander around Hayes' property is to discover Hayes' passion. On 10 acres of open fields, and scattered in the marshy woods, are hundreds of Hayes'...
Tags: Museums, Children's Museum, Pneumonia, Storrs, Goodwin College
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