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’67 Cadillac DeVille’s Cross-Country Trip a Tribute to Connecticut Mom

’67 Cadillac DeVille’s Cross-Country Trip a Tribute to Connecticut Mom

Dave Meneo of Orange is taking his 'A Bronx Tale' Caddy to Dallas, Tex., in a trip that pays tribute to his mother, who owned the classic car.

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UConn Researcher Uses Drones to Track Looting in Middle East

UConn Researcher Uses Drones to Track Looting in Middle East

In a juxtaposition of the modern and ancient, Chad Hill uses drones to help study looting at an ancient site in Jordan near the Dead Sea.

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Vietnam Vet Who Lost House in Fire Honored by Robert Irvine at Savor Gala, Has a Great Time

Vietnam Vet Who Lost House in Fire Honored by Robert Irvine at Savor Gala, Has a Great Time

Vietnam veteran Jack Ribera and his wife, Peggy, will be honored at Savor Saturday by celebrity chef Robert Irvine.

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Connecticut Politics

Malloy Seen as Winner in Tight Connecticut Governor's Race

Malloy Seen as Winner in Tight Connecticut Governor's Race

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy declared himself the winner just after 12:30 a.m. Wednesday, deciding not to wait for the official tally.

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A Turkish Sex Slave Becomes Issue in Connecticut Governor's Race

A Turkish Sex Slave Becomes Issue in Connecticut Governor's Race

The last debate between the gubernatorial candidates on Sunday covered taxes, a Turkish sex slave, an art lesson and reasons why the voters should like the candidates.

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History

Remains of Pearl Harbor Sailor Coming Home, Blumenthal Announces

Remains of Pearl Harbor Sailor Coming Home, Blumenthal Announces

A Pearl Harbor veteran whose remains have laid comingled in four or five caskets with 22 other sailors will be disinterred and returned home after more than 70 years, according to U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal.

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The CT Files: The Barkhamsted Lighthouse

The CT Files: The Barkhamsted Lighthouse

A small community of outcasts in the woods served as a beacon to others.

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New Samurai Exhibit at Peabody Museum at Yale Cuts Through Myths

New Samurai Exhibit at Peabody Museum at Yale Cuts Through Myths

150 spectacular artifacts are on display in “Samurai and the Culture of Japan’s Great Peace,” an exhibit at the Yale Peabody Museum that opens March 28 and runs through January 3, 2016.

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Archive »Around the State

Rating the Towns 2013

In addition to seeing how municipalities across the state stack up in terms of economy, crime, education and culture, we explore the absence of strong county governments, the recent expansion in Storrs, the state of downtown Hartford and much more.

Who Controls the Connecticut Media?

The past decade has seen dramatic change in the state’s newspaper industry, including who owns some of Connecticut’s most prominent newspapers.

Best of Connecticut 2013

It's our annual survey of all our favorites in the state, from food and drink to places to visit and things to do.

A Guide to Skirting Connecticut's Campaign Laws

7 reforms that could help fight corruption in Connecticut

Politician, heal thyself! Without structural changes in how state government works, Connecticut is guaranteed to see more John Rowlands. If legislators are serious about reform, here are a few places they could start.

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