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on Fri Mar 20 5:47 PM

Hartford Considers Day Off In School Calendar For Veterans Day

HARTFORD COURANT

HARTFORD — The city board of education is pushing to reinstate Veterans Day as a holiday in the upcoming school year, arguing that the best way to honor veterans and their sacrifices is with a day off.
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on Fri Mar 13 12:45 AM

No injuries, but 15-20 homeless following three-alarm fire at Rochester housing complex

MANCHESTER UNION LEADER

A three-alarm fire Thursday night caused heavy damage to a six-unit housing complex off of Route 202-A, leaving 15-20 people, including families and children, homeless.
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on Wed Feb 18 5:26 PM

For Connecticut Cities And Towns: Good News May Be Bad News

CAPITOL WATCH

The good news for municipalities in Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget is that under his proposal, the state would continue to provide nearly $5 billion a year in aid to cities and towns.
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on Fri Feb 13 9:02 AM

UPDATED: Three killed, two 'critically' injured in Spaulding Turnpike crash in Milton

MANCHESTER UNION LEADER

Police said three people were killed Thursday night as a result of a two-car crash in Milton near Exit 17 on the Spaulding Turnpike.
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on Sat Feb 7 9:40 AM

Free Technology for Teachers: The Week in Review

FREE TECHNOLOGY FOR TEACHERS

Dan Ryder kicking-offEdCamp Western Maine.Good morning from Mt. Blue High School in Farmington, Maine where EdCamp Western Maine is about to get started. EdCamps provide a fun and informal way for teachers to get together and share ideas. At this...
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on Wed Jan 28 8:44 PM

Rev. Richard McBrien, Catholic Firebrand, Dies at 78

THE NEW YORK TIMES

Father McBrien was a champion of Vatican II reforms and often criticized the Roman Catholic Church for its stances on birth control, celibacy and the infallibility of the pope.
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on Wed Jan 28 8:44 PM

Rev. Richard McBrien, Catholic Firebrand, Dies at 78

THE NEW YORK TIMES

Father McBrien was a champion of Vatican II reforms and often criticized the Roman Catholic Church for its stances on birth control, celibacy and the infallibility of the pope.
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on Mon Jul 21 8:00 AM

3-D Printing Becomes Accessible for High School Teachers

U.S. NEWS

The cost of a 3-D printer for the classroom may be less than many teachers think. 
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