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  1. Kid-friendly dining in Fairfield Co.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Connecticut Post

    A night out can be hard to plan when there are little ones running around, but one site has picked 10 of the most kid-friendly restaurants in Connecticut based on user reviews. Users of Open Table, a site that offers online restaurant reservations, voted Fairfield County the best area in the state for fresh-air dining.

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  2. Regional college notebook: UNH's Conyers, Udaya in D-II ChampionshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Connecticut Post

    II CHAMPIONSHIPS: Six members of the University of New Haven women's track and field team, including West Haven's Ada Udaya and Derby's Briana Conyers , have been selected to compete in the 2015 NCAA Division II Indoor Track & Field Championships to be held in Birmingham, Ala. The event will take place on March 13-14.

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  3. Athletes of the Week: Anthony Falbo, Newtown...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Connecticut Post

    Newtown High School's Anthony Falbo works his 170 lb opponent Austin Caffrey of Killingly during Saturday evening State Open Championships held at Floyd Little Athletic Center in New Haven. Falbo would win the match.

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  4. exit-arrow-Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 1 | Connecticut Post

    Despite recent public hysteria over border tolls, Connecticut is well on its way to placing electronic tolls on state highways to pay for new express lanes and other improvements intended to reduce congestion. The state has gained one of 15 slots offered by the Federal Highway Administration to participate in a pilot program implementing a new electronic toll system based on a concept called value pricing.

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  5. With no verdict, jury in murder trial reviews testimonyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Connecticut Post

    Matthew Pugh testifies in his own defence during his trial at Superior Court in Milford, Conn. on Wednesday, February 25, 2015.

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  6. Defendant takes stand, says he didn't kill Milford actressRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Connecticut Post

    Matthew Pugh testifies in his own defence during his trial at Superior Court in Milford, Conn. on Wednesday, February 25, 2015.

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  7. Defendant says he was upset, but didn't kill actressRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Connecticut Post

    Matthew Pugh testifies in his own defence during his trial at Superior Court in Milford, Conn. on Wednesday, February 25, 2015.

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  8. Man gets life in prison for setting fatal fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Connecticut Post

    A Connecticut man accused of retaliating for a drug debt by setting a fire that killed an 8-year-old boy and two women has been sentenced to life in prison. Twenty-nine-year-old Hector "Boom Boom" Natal, of New Haven, was sentenced Wednesday in federal court.

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  9. Prosecution wraps up in Milford murder trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Connecticut Post

    A former employer said Matthew Pugh 's work performance declined, he had issues with co-workers and sought some time off in the weeks following his ex-girlfriend's murder. "He appeared fatigued -- a little frazzled," said Robert Jones , the former vice president and general manager of Chromalloy, a Windsor-based jet engine repair shop that employed Pugh.

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  10. Advocates: Gender-reassignment surgery should be coveredRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Connecticut Post

    Transgendered residents, the medical community and civil rights advocates turned out Tuesday to oppose a bill before the General Assembly which would strip insurance coverage for gender-changing surgery. "This bill threatens to reintroduce an unequal and unfair practice," said Gabriel Murchison , a New Haven resident and public health student.

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  11. Proposed legislation would ban variable electric ratesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Connecticut Post

    Variable-rate electric contracts offered by dozens of smaller suppliers that have reaped high profits would be banned under legislation supported Tuesday by the AARP and General Assembly leaders. Introductory and so-called teaser rates that can suddenly be eclipsed by higher charges would be eliminated if the legislation becomes law.

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  12. exit-arrow-Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Connecticut Post

    More than 200,000 people enrolled in the state's health insurance exchange, Access Health CT, during the program's second enrollment period, which closed Feb. 15. Since Access Health launched last year, more than 550,000 Connecticut residents have obtained health coverage through the exchange. During the 2015 open enrollment season, 162,494 people enrolled in Medicaid and 41,864 were enrolled into private plans.

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  13. 'Songs of Lear' presents tragedy with musicRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Connecticut Post

    The Yale Repertory Theater "No Boundaries" series is showcasing three performances of the Polish troupe Song of the Goat Theatre's "Songs of Lear" at the Iseman Theater in New Haven Feb. 26 to 28. Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew," "Two Gentlemen of Verona" and "Twelfth Night" have all inspired popular musicals, but we might not be able to imagine a version of "King Lear" with songs. The Yale Repertory Theatre "No Boundaries" series hopes to banish that thought with "Songs of Lear," which will be presented by the visiting Polish troupe, Teatr Piesn Kozla , for three performances starting Thursday, Feb. 26. The company is arriving in New Haven directly from a British tour that was a very hot ticket.

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  14. Bill would help prevent crib deathsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 21 | Connecticut Post

    Pediatric doctors on Friday said they support a bill that would require hospitals to give new parents information on safe-sleep practices to stop crib deaths. Eighteen children, with an average age of 3 months old, died because of unsafe sleep environments in 2013, including sleeping with parents or siblings in a large-size bed; sleeping overnight in car seats outside of vehicles; sleeping with blankets, pillows, or on their stomachs; or being put to bed with a bottle.

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  15. Testimony focuses on first stages of murder probeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | Connecticut Post

    The calls stopped being answered around 1 p.m. on May 19, 2006. That's around the time police say Alexandra Ducsay was being beaten to death in her home not far from Jonathan Law High School.

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  16. Flights to DC could come to TweedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | Connecticut Post

    Officials at Tweed New Haven Regional Airport say they're negotiating with a Missouri-based airline to link southern Connecticut to Washington, D.C. The New Haven Register reports reports that airport authority Chairman John Picard and Executive Director Tim Larson the airport is is negotiating with Buzz Airways of Branson, Missouri, to run regular, scheduled charter service between New Haven and Dulles International Airport in Virginia outside Washington. Buzz Air would run scheduled charter service, three round-trip flights daily to compete with Amtrak 's Acela high-speed rail.

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  17. Athletes of the Week: Ruvens Exantus, Bunnell...Read the original story

    Tuesday Feb 17 | Connecticut Post

    Bunnell's Ruven Exantus competes in the 55 meter hurdles, during SWC boys and girls track championship action in New Haven, Conn. on Saturday Feb. 7, 2015.

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  18. Faith leaders unveil education advocacy groupRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 16 | Connecticut Post

    Saying it's time to do something more than pray for better public schools, a half-dozen local pastors unveiled a new education advocacy group on Monday. FaithActs for Education, a nonprofit which has the support of Mayor Bill Finch , wants to improve traditional public schools but also to leave the door open for choice, the Rev.

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  19. Troubled veterans get treatment, not jailRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 15 | Connecticut Post

    Jessica Marshall, a VA social worker, works mostly in the New Haven, Conn. courts giving veterans support through the Veterans Jail Diversion Program.

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  20. Sandy Hook school construction beginsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 14 | Connecticut Post

    Architect Barry Svigals poses for a photograph in front of some of the early sketches for the new Sandy Hook elementary school Friday, Feb. 13, 2015 at the architectural firm Svigals and Partners in New Haven, Conn. Architect Barry Svigals poses for a photograph in front of renderings of the new Sandy Hook elementary school Friday, Feb. 13, 2015 at the architectural firm Svigals and Partners in New Haven, Conn.

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