Oct 2, 2013
Education official hopes to name new Three Rivers president by March
Norwich - Three Rivers Community College could get a new president by March to lead the 4,700-student college through a major transition that will include concentrating on certain fields of study, more online courses and more partnerships with the region's industry leaders.
The Hartford Courant
A River Trail With A View Of Putnam's Mill History
Putnam markets itself pretty well, calling the town "Connecticut's Best Kept Secret" or "The Heart of Connecticut's Quiet Corner."
Researchers Hunt For Keys To Earlier Alzheimer's Diagnoses
A composite image shows a graphic of a vertical slice through the brain of an Alzheimer's patient, left in shades of orange, overlaid on a MRI of a normal brain, right in blue.
Schools, business focus on training workforce
An advisory group including representatives of the state technical high school system, manufacturing companies and the local workforce training board will meet Tuesday to talk about what companies need and how the state high school and college systems can train that workforce.
$7.3M in bonding given to schools and zoo
Housatonic Community College this morning was awarded $1.5 million to create a welding-laboratory component in its Advanced Manufacturing Center , during the monthly meeting of the State Bond Commission .