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News: After being bitten by a mosquito while doing yard work, Colchester's Richard Pawulski was in a coma for two months. Now he is bedridden and struggles to speak.
Business: Septuagenarians Steve and Judy Mann have operated Pot of Green Florist at multiple locations and seen many changes in their shop over 46 years.
Daybreak: Extending beyond the parameters of Stonington Borough, the La Grua Center's curated monthly concert series continues to grow conceptually and with fans.
Perspective: It is time for Connecticut to take a serious look at changing to a ranked-voting system. It would give voters the opportunity to choose the candidate they really like without fear of helping elect someone they really don't like.
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The General Assembly's Public Safety and Security Committee has introduced a bill that would allow the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes, the state’s off-track betting operator and the Connecticut Lottery Corp. to conduct sports wagering.
I grew up in the 1950s and '60s before the idea of balanced living was invented, at least in our family.
He serves on the boards of the chamber, L+M Healthcare, NFA Foundation and Eugene O'Neill Theater Center.
No matter where I travel, I’m driven to explore used book shops, book sales, and book stalls at flea markets. I’ve done it from Connecticut to California, New York to Florida.