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Strackbein ruled Friday that the state has enough evidence to prosecute 40-year-old Mozzelle Brown for the 2004 beating death of physicist Eugene Mallove in Norwich. Strackbein read her finding from the bench in New London Superior Court after
Team members got to shoot some hoops and some selfies with R&B crooner Robin Thicke, who stopped by the gym to let off some steam before his concert at Foxwoods Resort Casino Saturday night. He was very gracious to all my players, NFA coach Chris
Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., Tuesday morning to ask for support for proposed upgrades to the New England Central Railroad line, better grant and loan programs to help urban developers and assistance to get the historic Uncas Leap area named as a
The late additions to add four full-day kindergarten teachers, two world language teachers, two library media specialists, and one instrumental music teacher would bring the preliminary budget total to $74.4 million, a $3.86 million increase. The
A year ago, the board of trustees had projected a possible tuition increase of up to 4 percent for the 2014-15 school year, but Head of School David Klein said the lower amount reflects a higher-than-projected regular education enrollment, allowing
Conn. (AP) When writing teacher Prentice Tracy assigned his seventh-grade class at Kelly Middle School to write a narrative about a significant event in their lives, student Guerloudy Alexandre hesitated. Guerloudy, 13, had never written about how
Monday that will take effect July 1, 2014, through June 30, 2017. In a press release, NFA officials described the negotiation process as "professional and respectful throughout and both parties negotiated passionately and thoughtfully." "The process
Closings, cancellations, delays and parking bans Published 01/03/2014 12:00 AM Updated 01/03/2014 09:17 AM A winter storm that is expected to start later today and continue into Friday has prompted many local school closures and other cancellations...
Student Arrests in Connecticut ," was conducted by the Connecticut Voices for Children and reports an overall drop in the number of student arrests statewide, attributing those changes to reforms in school discipline policies.
He alluded to the new-found, consistent success at Norwich Free Academy, long considered the league's sleeping giant. And not that the Wildcats haven't been good over the years, but it's never been like this. NFA, which made the Class LL championship