Ebola Plush Doll From Connecticut Company Sells Out; It’s Educational

11/07/14

Ebola Plush Doll From Connecticut Company Sells Out; It’s Educational

It's based on a virus that has killed thousands and caused worldwide concern, yet the Ebola plush doll is about education not poor taste, says the Connecticut company that makes it.

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Thousands Turn Out to Remember Seymour High Cheerleader Nina Poeta

11/06/14

Thousands Turn Out to Remember Seymour High Cheerleader Nina Poeta

Nina Poeta, the Seymour High School cheerleader who inspired the community and beyond as she battled brain cancer, will forever be remembered as a shining star whose light burned out much too soon.

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Two New Connecticut Chick-fil-As to Open This Week

11/04/14

Two New Connecticut Chick-fil-As to Open This Week

In October Connecticut's first Chick-fil-A opened in Brookfield and there was initially intense traffic. This week two new Chick-fil-A's are coming to the state.

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Immigrants Worried About Parents Disrupt Obama's Visit to Back Malloy

11/03/14

Immigrants Worried About Parents Disrupt Obama's Visit to Back Malloy

For the second time in a week, Dreamers intent on making their voices heard on immigration reform interrupted speeches by an Obama.

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Lisa White Memorial Set for Nov. 1; Vernon Girl Vanished 40 Years Ago

10/31/14

Lisa White Memorial Set for Nov. 1; Vernon Girl Vanished 40 Years Ago

Investigative journalist and serial killer expert M. William Phelps offers an update on two of the most compelling cold cases in Connecticut, Lisa White and Janice Pockett, first profiled in a Connecticut Magazine article in March 2013.

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