Oxford Girl Who Can’t Eat, Wants to Be Chef, on WNPR ‘Faith Middleton Show’

06/19/14

Oxford Girl Who Can’t Eat, Wants to Be Chef, on WNPR ‘Faith Middleton Show’

Connecticut Magazine's stories on Chelsea Wheeler inspired WNPR's Faith Middleton to feature Chelsea on her show June 19.

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Connecticut Fourth of July Fireworks Displays 2014

06/18/14

Connecticut Fourth of July Fireworks Displays 2014

A comprehensive guide to 2014 Fourth of July fireworks displays in Connecticut.

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U.S. Women's Soccer Team Watches Men Beat Ghana at Hartford Restaurant

06/17/14

U.S. Women's Soccer Team Watches Men Beat Ghana at Hartford Restaurant

The U.S. Women's National Team watched the U.S. men's team defeat Ghana in the Fifa World Cup Monday at Dish Bar & Grill in Hartford.

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Erin’s Law Adopted, Connecticut to Implement Sexual Abuse Awareness Curriculum

06/13/14

Erin’s Law Adopted, Connecticut to Implement Sexual Abuse Awareness Curriculum

Governor Dannel P. Malloy signed Erin's Law on Wednesday. Now the State Board of Education will begin a process of creating an age-appropriate sexual abuse education program for schools across the state.

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Housatonic River PCBs Back in News: GE Critical of New EPA Cleanup Plan

06/11/14

Housatonic River PCBs Back in News: GE Critical of New EPA Cleanup Plan

The river is contaminated with PCBs, or polychlorinated biphenyls, a known carcinogen that was released into the waterway from a General Electric transformer plant in Pittsfield, Mass, from 1932 until PCBs were banned by the U.S. government in 1977.

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