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The legislature’s Public Safety and Security Committee voted 18-6 to override the Senate co-chairs by adding casino gambling to the panel’s agenda and then approving the subject for further debate and a public hearing.
More than 70 elementary school students from Pine Point School in Stonington were treated this month to a reading and discussion of the book, “What Really Matters,” by author and The Elms resident Ralph A. Redding of Westerly.
With state funding for a $98 million high school construction project in jeopardy, the school district is rushing to get a shovel in the ground and meet a summer deadline to mark the start of a nearly $150 million overhaul of its high school and...
Court case of former Connecticut college student accused of lying about being raped by two university football players continued for a week amid pending defense motions to dismiss the case and suppress evidence