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  • Red Sox pitcher Steven Wright arrested on domestic violence charges: Reports

    BOSTON — Red Sox pitcher Steven Wright was arrested Friday on domestic violence charges. According to WFXT, Wright was arrested in Tennessee after a dispute with his wife that resulted in domestic assault charges. In a statement Sunday night, the Red Sox said, “This is certainly a matter that the Red Sox take very seriously. It is my understanding that both local police and MLB are looking into this and for that reason, the club won’t have any further comment […]

  • December 4 – December 10

    Sunday, December 10 Flu shots Wheelchair donation send a letter to:  AZ Pawn, 442 East Main St. Norwich, CT 06360 Thursday, December 7 Make a Fresh Start  Tuesday, December 5 Tennessee school wants postcards from Connecticut Monday, December 4 DMHAS bed availability for addiction services

  • 61 Days of Thanks and Giving

  • 2017 Holiday Gift Spotlight: NASKART Indoor Kart Racing and Trampoline Park

    NASKART’s 110,000 square foot facility in Montville, Connecticut features two multi-level tracks offering challenges for all ages and experience levels. Visitors can enjoy the all-electric, zero emission fleet as they zoom around the largest multi-level karting track in the world.   This holiday season they are offering specials on gift card purchases: – Get a $50 gift card for only $45! – Get a $100 gift card for only $85! – Get a $120 gift card for only $100! Click […]

  • Wisconsin plans to drug test food stamp recipients

    MADISON, WI — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is moving ahead with his plan to make his state the first to drug test able-bodied adults applying for food stamps according to Fox News. The plan passed the Republican-controlled state legislature more than two years ago, but it stalled due to federal laws prohibiting states from imposing additional eligibility criteria on food stamp recipients. Under the plan, if childless, able-bodied food stamp recipients test positive for drugs, they are eligible for state-funded rehabilitation treatment […]

  • Transgender teen sues suburban school district over denial of locker room access

    PALATINE, Ill. — Nova Maday, 18, wants to be seen as a typical teenager. She’s a senior at Palatine High School. She lives music and photography.  And she also transgender. She believes if people put a face to her lawsuit against the district, they’ll understand better according to WGNTV. “A lot of this is just a lack of human understanding and education to it,” she said. Maday was born a boy but identifies as a girl. She came out to her teachers and […]

  • New Jersey boy collects hundreds of toys for children in Puerto Rico

    WOODLAND PARK, N.J. — Jayden Perez, 8, hysterically cried when he opened a gift from his parents. Inside an envelope hidden in the couch was a pair of VIP tickets to a New York Giants game. Perez is a diehard fan. “I started crying,” he said. “Because I never went to a Giants game.” His mom got the tickets as a gift from her boss. This grateful third-grader is now paying it forward. He and his mother, Ana Rosado, have […]

  • Ask the Attorney – Truck crash

    Atty Haymond, I was hit by a tractor-trailer on the highway in September. My injuries are too numerous to list, but needless to say I am lucky to be alive! My question is that with all the hospital bills and missed work time that have built up, I am starting to have financial problems. Is there a difference in how a lawsuit is handled involving a truck as opposed to car?

  • November 27 – December 3

    Friday, December 1 World Aids Day Operation Fuel Thursday, November 30 Newington Knights heading to Disney Hartford American Job Workshops Tuesday, November 28 Cheshire Fitness Zone Grammy Nominations  Gasbuddy free gas Day of Giving U.S. Citizenship test Hartford Health care vaccine problems New Haven Gun Buy Back

  • Northeast Living: Connecticut Concert Ballet

    Rachel Lutzker visits Connecticut Concert Ballet  in Manchester to get a behind the scenes look at their upcoming performance of the Nutcracker.