Connecticut Tries to Change Its Handling of Nonviolent Offenders

12/01/15

Connecticut Tries to Change Its Handling of Nonviolent Offenders

Connecticut’s prison population has decreased by nearly 20 percent since 2008 thanks in part to a bipartisan rethinking of how nonviolent crime is handled.

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The CT Files: Connecticut's First and Most Celebrated Counterfeiter

11/19/15

The CT Files: Connecticut's First and Most Celebrated Counterfeiter

The "modest" William Stuart was one of the state’s most colorful criminals.

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Canine Cuisine: Paul's Custom Pet Food

11/18/15

Canine Cuisine: Paul's Custom Pet Food

one man’s passion for his dog’s health has launched a custom pet food company.

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Quilts That Care Creates Comfort for Cancer Patients

11/16/15

Quilts That Care Creates Comfort for Cancer Patients

Quilts That Care brings together the talents of Connecticut quilters to offer comfort to cancer patients at hospitals around the state.

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Veteran Artists Given Spotlight at Mainstage in New Haven

11/11/15

Veteran Artists Given Spotlight at Mainstage in New Haven

The Veteran Artists Program (VAP) in Connecticut hosts "A Celebration of Veteran Artists" at the Cooperative Arts & Humanities High School Mainstage Theatre in New Haven on Nov. 15.

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