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A heartening rally, in the time of Trump

Wednesday's chants by Trump protesters will reverberate in Connecticut politics.

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Plan in the works to keep Camp Harkness open

With Memorial Day weekend just days away and families looking to secure summer camp arrangements, a plan to try to keep Camp Harkness open despite Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s plan to close it is being developed.

Residents urged to look out for turtles

To help mark World Turtle Day, the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection on Tuesday reminded residents to be on the lookout for turtles crossing roads.

Deadline is Wednesday in Norwich dog license contest

The deadline for Norwich dog owners to enter the annual drawing for top dog license No. 1 is 10 a.m. Wednesday at the city clerk's office.

Tag sale fundraiser gets new venue

The program lets Montville residents donate their old stuff rather than throwing it out, saving the town the fees to dispose of it at the transfer station.

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70-year-old man dies in crash days before college graduation

Police say a 70-year-old Rhode Island man was killed last week in a car crash, days before he was supposed to walk in his college graduation

Eventful Yale commencement includes protest, interruption

Graduation day at Yale included the awarding of degrees, a union demonstration and an impromptu speech by a man who was later tackled

Governor: Don't install road signs yet for national monument

Motorists on an interstate that cuts through the heart of Maine won't see signs this summer directing them to a national monument created by President Barack Obama because the governor won't let state workers install them

Backlash over plans to honor Puerto Rican militant at parade

Despite backlash, organizers of New York City's Puerto Rican parade are sticking with their decision to honor a freed militant who once embraced armed resistant to U.S. ruled of Puerto Rico