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from: WestportNOW posted:10/27/2014 16:59:09
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One Step at a Time
All Done
One-Way on Greens Farms Road
RTM Selects New District 7 Member
Rafel Sanabria can t wait to graduate from high school so he can move to Atlanta and stop taking New Haven s crowded buses. Im moving to Atlanta because its way too expensive here, said Sanabria, an 18-year-old New Haven resident....
from: New Haven Independent posted:10/27/2014 15:28:00
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Gourmet Heaven Owner Seeks To Avoid Jail Time
Candidate Ditches Harley For A Vespa
Ground Broken On Bowen Fields $11.6M Redo
Cops Chase Druggies
But I decided to show the video. You see I dont like making a point about being trans unless it is at a function where I am there because Im trans, like at meetings or when Im giving a presentation. Otherwise...
from: Diana's Little Corner in the Nutmeg State posted:10/27/2014 14:00:00
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Youre In The Army Now
Fantasia Fair Day 8
Fantasia Fair Day 7
Fantasia Fair Day 6
St. Joseph School in Shelton celebrated its Annual Halloween Monster Mash this past weekend. The event included a DJ, crafts, skeleton relay, mummy wrap and donut eating on a string contest....
from: Valley Independent Sentinel posted:10/27/2014 13:39:11
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Brief Power Outage On Ansonias Hilltop Monday Morning
Guest Column Shelton Official Endorses State Comptroller
Register Oct. 28, Nov. 1 For Ansonia Youth Basketball Leagues
Shelton Resident Opening Seymour Dog Grooming Salon
(Doing my part to keep the Working Families Party line on the ballot!) CT Bob I already voted absentee because I'm out of town on Election Day, but there are ways to make it easier for people who, for whatever reason,...
from: Connecticut Bob posted:10/27/2014 11:07:05
Reconciling energy and environmental concerns was challenging enough when global population seemed headed for a plateau around 9 billion. A new forecast of up to 12 billion people by 2100 raises large questions about the capacity of current energy technologies to...
from: Energy Outlook posted:10/27/2014 10:51:29
Oh gosh, another pointless commission, this time in Missouri, which will proclaim that racism, poverty, and political powerlessness are indeed underlying causes for protests over the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson. It will recommend the same things that previous commissions...
from: Politics in the Zeros posted:10/27/2014 10:28:42
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Crested Saguaro
Decades of mismanagement by California are making the drought worse
The Tom Foley follies continues... The new Tom Foley ad in the governor's race features characters scavenged from other campaigns, who, presumably, are not registered Connecticut voters. httpswww.youtube.comwatch?... Tea drinking guy (scroll down until you see him) httpwww.unipond-swiss.agap... Young professionals...
from: My Left Nutmeg posted:10/27/2014 09:39:01
Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information Serving Connecticut for 60 years 102714 Update on the FOI Pledge James H. Smith, 203-915-9428 Asked to support the Freedom of Information Pledge, state Comptroller Kevin Lembo responded, where do I sign. A well known...
from: The Cool Justice Report posted:10/27/2014 09:32:00
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The State Govt That Decapitated #FOI Creating A #PoliceState
Whats for lunch? 'more COOL JUSTICE' at John Bale Book Caf Co.
It may not be too soon to consider, if only as a hypothetical exercise, what a second Malloy administration might be like. There is a short and a long answer. A second administration would look very much like the first. Republicans,...
from: Connecticut Commentary: Red Notes from a Blue State posted:10/27/2014 10:11:42
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How Dietrich Won The War
Do Political Endorsements Matter?
Paw Prints is our daily look at the happenings for the UConn Huskies football, men's basketball and women's basketball teams as well as the other sports the student-athletes engage in. We will do our best to bring you the links from...
from: SOX & Dawgs posted:10/27/2014 07:53:42
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2014 NCAA Football Rankings Week 10 (Oct. 26)
Wolf Pack Shutout Admirals, 3-0
Paw Prints The Daily UConn Huskies Roundup 102614
Devils Sweep Home-and-Home With Wolf Pack, 5-2
This year I joined the Women Marines Association. Yesterday was my second meeting. We have a small chapter, but size doesn't matter. The camaraderie, stories and history these ladies possess is worth more than gold. These ladies served in the......
from: Major Knitter posted:10/27/2014 05:23:11
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Busy Hands
Otis, My Man!
Just a Wee Bit o' Knitting
The Wilm. The Pup.
Reading Jeff s explanation of risk calculation below was like taking the Ice Bucket Challenge. My views on that phenomenon are published HERE. This article is very helpful in understanding the nuances and adding perspective to statistical analyses like those published...
from: Woodstock CT Cafe posted:10/27/2014 04:31:12
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Is Coffee Good or Bad for You?
You know that moment when you take a whisky shot and pretend that you actually didn't mind it? Well, your face does not lie and it says that you wanted to puke...and cry. Meet Tim Charles he photographed a series...
from: brandflakesforbreakfast posted:10/27/2014 03:30:02
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delivery, please.
beer o'clock
It was inevitable that there would be some hard feelings when the Courant threw a $250-a-head gala celebrating 250 years of publication. I looked at all 164 photos of the event (some were ads, of course) and was impressed by how...
from: Hartford Courant Alumni Association and Refugee Camp posted:10/26/2014 22:16:47
The parish Music Committee of St. Mary's Church 5 Hillhouse Avenue New Haven, Connecticut will sponsor a lectureworkshop presented by Muriel Maharidge, DMA Singing Gregorian Chant Come experience the sublime beauty of Gregorian chant and discover the unique qualities that make...
from: Connecticut Catholic Corner posted:10/26/2014 19:34:00
Had dinner with friends at Wheeler's Restaurant and Taproom in Woodbridge the other day. Great meal, great conversation. The place itself is indistinguishable from a hundred other "restaurants and taprooms" in the state, with a good selection of brews, music nights,...
from: The Myth of Home posted:10/26/2014 18:11:00
Here's a cute quick and easy cupcake recipe idea if you're the mom or grandmom who's volunteered to bake for the school Halloween party! Look for some festive candy corn and sprinkles to put smiles on everyone's face! Don't forget to...
from: Moomette's Magnificents posted:10/26/2014 06:45:29
The original Warburton Chapel once stood at 61 Temple Street in Hartford, between Market and Front Streets. The Chapel began as the Union Sabbath School, started in 1851 as a mission of Hartford s Center Church to residents of the city...
from: Historic Buildings of Connecticut posted:10/26/2014 00:47:30
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Wickham Memorial Library (1940)
Two weeks ago, I brought in my houseplants and dug up my hibiscus and geranium plants that had enjoyed a nice summer outside. We get strong morning sunlight, and I have my picnic benches strategically placed so that these plants can...
from: writing in faith posted:10/25/2014 18:04:21
Why would Genex want to hide its involvement in a supposedly independent bidding platform? Makes you wonder if what Woodbridge is alleging is true? This is a content summary only. Please click on the title for the full content which includes...
from: Structured Settlements 4Real posted:10/25/2014 13:46:01
Business boom in Arizona. This state is made up of plateaus and mountains. The Grand Canyon, carved by the monthly vacation rentals in arizona and it appeared from the monthly vacation rentals in arizona a Tribe must have a gaming Compact...
from: Connecticut Conservative posted:10/25/2014 03:27:26
Those tiny dimensions are a boon too, especially after our last massive Mitsubishi - a Shogun. That means finding parking spaces is a bit smarter than the review mitsubishi lancer will be rare beasts, bought by Evo X in the...
from: Empires Fall posted:10/25/2014 03:24:03