6 Meriden Teachers on CT Common Core 'Dream Team'
Six Meriden public school teachers have been named as part of the "Connecticut Dream Team" teachers who will learn more about teaching aligned with Common Core education standards, then spread the word to other teachers.
Thugs Shoot Person Waiting to Buy PlayStation 3
Sony's PlayStation 3 has folks acting crazy - and not just the ones who waited in line for days to get their hands on the new system, which launched in the United States at midnight Friday.
State of Connecticut
State Police Investigate Infant Untimely Death
Today, April 11, 2014, at 4:07 a.m., Putnam Police received a 911 call reporting an unresponsive infant at a private home located at 7 Mohegan St., Putnam, CT.
Vets roof bid rejected
NO QUESTION WHERE IT LEAKS: Vets Principal Gerald Habershaw points to one of several areas of severe leaking in the school.
Remembering the blizzard 17 years ago today
The weather was just beautiful Tuesday, finally feeling like spring. But that wasn't the case on this day seventeen years ago.
New Canaan News-Review
P&Z debates YMCA project
Planning and Zoning Commission Chairman Laszlo Papp, left, and members Elizabeth DeLuca and David Scannell at a meeting at the Nature Center in New Canaan, Conn., Tuesday, March 25, 2014.
State police investigate death of toddler in Putnam
Putnam and state police were notified of the death shortly after noon, according to state police spokesman Lt.
Woman's Club of Greenwich Holds Philanthropy Tea
On March 10, 2014, The Woman's Club of Greenwich awarded over 11 grants and scholarships to local organizations.