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Many older people silently harbor a blood “pre-cancer” — a gene mutation acquired during their lifetime that could start them on the path to leukemia, lymphoma or other blood disease, scientists have discovered. It opens a new frontier on early detection and possibly someday preventing these cancers, which become more common with age.\n
A Connecticut newspaper is challenging a state judge’s order that prevents it from publishing a story about a child custody case, calling it a violation of freedom of the press guaranteed by the First Amendment.\n
The first major winter storm of the season brought mostly sleet and rain to the region on Wednesday, leading to scattered reports of problems on state roadways during the busiest travel holiday of the year.
Cal Thomas cites William Chrystal citing Alexander Hamilton on the perils of “immigration” at the founding of the nation, “Immigration order would weaken nation,” (Nov. 19). In fact, Hamilton’s concern was not about immigration per se; (he was a native of the West Indies, and therefore himself, a naturalized citizen).\n
Brian Lynch, WPCA Finance Administrator and Tim May Chairman of the WPCA are pushing for a 7 million dollar water line from Route 32 up Route 163 to the High School. They are trying to sell the project on the premise that it will open up the door for more commercial development.
I am extremely concerned how the decision will be handled regarding Veterans Day in our Guilford Public Schools in the upcoming 2015 calendar. After reading the Nov. 13 article ["Vets Day Issue Delays School Calendar"], I am saddened to hear that our...
People looking for clear answers won’t find them in the thousands of pages of testimony, interviews and other records released by prosecutors after a grand jury decided not to indict Darren Wilson in Michael Brown’s death.
Immigrants living in the state illegally will soon be able to obtain a driver’s license under a new program designed to teach the rules of the road to people who likely have been behind the wheel for years anyway.
November is already a busy month at the Gemma E. Moran United Way/Labor Food Center, but when it's days away from Thanksgiving it can outright get “hectic.” Behind all the organized chaos is Sara Chaney, product manager at the food center.
Business owners and residents boarded up windows and cleared away debris Wednesday as Ferguson sought a tentative return to normal after two nights of unrest over the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case.
A man sleeps Wednesday at La Guardia Airport in New York City. The National Weather Service issued a winter storm watch for an area where more than 20 million people live in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic, leading thousands of families to reconsider their Thanksgiving travel plans to avoid being stuck on snarled roadways or stranded at congested airports. By early evening, more than 700 flights had been canceled, the bulk of them in the Northeast, during what is typically one of the busiest travel periods of the year. Thousands of flight delays also were expected as the snow from the nor'easter piled up.
Police arrested key student leaders as they cleared the most volatile of Hong Kong's three pro-democracy protest camps on Wednesday, dealing a blow to the 2-month-old movement in the former British colony.
In response to the snow storm that is affecting some parts of the state, Governor Dannel P. Malloy ordered all nonessential, second-shift state employees to not report to work today. “Considering the precarious driving conditions across the state and that this is traditionally the busiest travel day of the year, I want to urge all residents to be safe, avoid travel and stay home until the roads have been cleared,” Malloy said in a statement.
Hartford (AP) — A Connecticut newspaper is challenging a state judge's order to refrain from publishing a story about a child custody case, calling it a violation of freedom of the press rights guaranteed by the First Amendment.
National Guard reinforcements helped contain the latest protests in Ferguson, preventing a second night of the chaos that led to arson and looting after a grand jury decided not to indict the white police officer who killed Michael Brown.