Both within and far beyond Newtown’s borders, an ocean of sympathy remains — with a tide still so high that Newtown’s First Selectwoman Patricia Llodra has publicly implored well-wishers and media to stay away on Saturday’s first anniversary of Adam Lanza’s rampage.
Forty-five years after his plane went down over Laos, U.S. Air Force Col. Francis J. McGouldrick Jr. is finally being laid to rest.
At a time when the nation’s homeless population is in steady decline, the number of homeless people in Connecticut has increased.
After deliberation and strong public pressure, RENT will be produced this spring at Trumbull High School.
Yale, UConn and Connecticut College Have Most Sexual Assaults in State, Reports Show (With Interactive Maps)
In total, 81 forcible sexual assaults were reported on college campuses with at least 1,000 students in Connecticut in 2012, up from 71 the year before.
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