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'Hamster Bowl' provides rodent fans with some pre-'Big Game' fun

First there was the Super Bowl. Then Animal Planet introduced The Puppy Bowl...

Depot student awarded at Eastern Area Health Education Center annual meeting

On Jan. 23, Eastern Connecticut’s Area Health Education Center (AHEC) held its annual meeting at The Mills in Willimantic. U.S. Rep...

‘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?...

Deliver a 'Singing Valentine' for the holiday

This Valentine’s Day, let the Sound of New England Chorus deliver your heartfelt message with a song. On Friday, Feb. 14, from 9 a.m...

Natchaug School students and staff move back into building with new roof

On the morning of Jan. 19, the halls of the Natchaug School on Jackson Street were bustling with activity...

Natchaug School welcomes back students/parents with open house

Natchaug School Principal Melissa Mishriky was happy to see the end of a busy, successful day approach when the school’s open house wrapped up on Jan. 27...

Roger Adams retires after nearly four decades of service to Windham Chamber of Commerce

Recently, the Chamber of Commerce, Inc., Windham Region recognized the retirement of long-time president Roger Adams...

Questions remain regarding delayed dispatch response time in home invasion

On the afternoon of Monday, Jan...

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...

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...

Windham Theatre Guild prepares for annual tag sale

Martha Funderburk pulled a mustard-yellow teapot from a cardboard box...

Willimantic native releases first novel

Willimantic native Noah B. Goldzer has recently published “Seek,” the first installment in the Suffering of Solomon trilogy...

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...

Area hit by back-to-back snowfall, record-low temps

Mother Nature delivered a double whammy on Jan. 2 and 3, resulting in some local school children enjoying an extended winter break. Despite a light dusting of snow the morning of Jan...

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...

Kathy Rathan named CEO at Project Genesis

Kathy Rathan, former chief operating officer (COO) at the Willimantic-based Project Genesis, has been named chief executive officer (CEO) of the non-profit organization...

Looking back at parades and celebrations from 2013

Experts say honesty, positive mindset and language keys to keeping New Year’s resolutions

Jeff Forte used to have a sweet tooth for the small Snickers bars. He would keep a bag in his freezer and then grab one when the craving hit...

The year in film: Best & worst of 2013

Calling any movie definitively “the best of the year” is impossible, because taste is subjective...

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