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Final push for first enrollment in state health insurance exchange

According to Maritza Bond, executive director of Eastern Area Health Education Center (EAHEC), Inc., more than 300,000 people statewide lacked health insurance when Access Health CT launched in Oct...

Norwich Free Academy sweeps ECC fencing tournament team titles in foil

Norwich Free Academy’s fencers came, saw and conquered at this year’s Eastern Connecticut Conference fencing tournament’s foil competition...

Police, firefighters clash on ice in 'Guns & Hoses' hockey classic

Dreams of Olympic-scale glory on the ice came true – in a manner of speaking – for members of the Norwich Police Department pick-up hockey team Feb. 22...

Clean eating is a lifestyle change, not a diet

When it comes to eating healthy, Terry Walters has a simple, yet direct motto she likes to live by. “I tell my kids, we can pay the farmer or we can pay the doctor,” said Walters...

Opting out is one option for parents who disagree with state education testing

A Jan...

Author/productivity coach Lisa Lelas to speak at B.I.G. meeting at MCC

Nationally-recognized productivity coach and best-selling author Lisa Lelas will share her insights and expertise on staying organized at the February meeting of the Manchester/South Windsor Believ...

Center for Hospice Care Southeast Connecticut plans healing garden

Even though it looks like the frozen tundra these days, covered with a blanket of snow, the entrance circle at Norwich’s Center for Hospice Care Southeast Connecticut will be transformed this...

Families of disabled adult children meet at state Capitol

Family members of individuals with life-affecting disabilities were given the floor to share their concerns with legislators in Hartford on Feb. 7...

Journalism & Media Academy offers high school students ‘real life’ experiences

State-of-the-art technology, one of the largest green screens in New England and the ability to build a work portfolio while earning class credit: these may sound like the qualities of a reputable...

Break the winter blues with a Connecticut day trip

With weather making local residents largely homebound for several winter days, many are dreaming of trips to tropical locations...

Plans mulled to repurpose Norwich Reid & Hughes building

The Norwich Community Development Corporation is mulling two proposals for the restoration of the former Reid & Hughes department store at Franklin Square, which has been vacant for two decades...

Norwich Tech-St. Bernard wrestlers on the comeback trail

After a couple of dry years, which reached their lowest ebb when the squad numbered just four wrestlers, the St. Bernard-Norwich Tech Saints are marching in with a vengeance...

‘Lost Egypt’ exhibit arrives at CT Science Center

Have you ever wondered how we know what people ate and how they lived thousands of years ago?...

Historic former mill building will house upscale apartments

The historic Ponemah Mill in Taftville, which once housed a thriving textile manufacturer, is slated to undergo a transformation into living spaces for local residents...

Citizens call for tougher blasting laws

The first time Maine Drilling and Blasting set off a charge on a Reardon Road property in Thompson, Joseph Janeczek and two friends were working in his garage on Riverside Drive...

Slave catcher Coswell Tims brought to life by veteran teacher, novelist

How can a man who earns his living returning escaped slaves to their masters justify his actions?...

We can all help stop elder abuse, neglect and exploitation

An older woman used to keep an immaculate house – now it’s in disarray, with food scraps and dirty laundry in evidence...

Intellectual/Development Disability Caucus forming in Connecticut

The formation of an Intellectual/Development Disability Caucus in Connecticut has the Executive Director Leslie Simoes of the Arc, Connecticut feeling hopeful...

Forecasters say: CT's economy to keep improving, fewer federal pitfalls

The economic forecast for Connecticut in 2014 is that the state will continue to see slow growth, and won't be hindered by the national economy...

GED requirements changes ushered in with 2014

The New Year has ushered in significant changes in the way people can seek high school credentials through GED testing...

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