Newington outlasts Tolland for late season win
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Connecticut museums and galleries offering exhibits
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Online exhibits, virtual tours and Facebook live events in Connecticut
Pride Month in Connecticut: festivals, concerts, exhibits, seminars, drag queens, flag raisings
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Pride month will be celebrated in Connecticut in June with fairs, concerts, marches, flag raisings, seminars and exhibits.
Tolland residents meet top candidates for town manager job
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Rockville Rotary’s 40th annual rose sale in full swing
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Connecticut state trooper helps former Polish president Lech Walesa fix flat tire
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A Connecticut state trooper and native of Poland got a chance Wednesday to help one of the most famous Poles of all time with a routine roadside repair.
Chronic absenteeism rose 80% in Connecticut during the pandemic. See how a few districts are getting kids back to school...
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As schools across the country continue to wrestle with a pandemic-driven increase in chronic absenteeism, small successes in Hartford and elsewhere are giving state education leaders hope for replicable solutions.
Community News For The Manchester Edition
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Chamber holds networking event at Stafford farm
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Tolland County Chamber of Commerce holds Business After Hours event at Foster Hill Farm in Stafford
Tolland students, parents, hear about teen dating violence prevention
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Officer Earl Middleton speaks to students, parents about teen dating violence and abusive relationships
Sweeping investments in youth mental health move closer to law after major proposal clears state Senate
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A trio of large bills aimed at addressing youth mental and behavioral health are marching through the state legislature as lawmakers seek unprecedented investments into programs and services before the session ends on May 4.