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  • Property of the Week: 7 Clydesdale Circle in Ellington

    Property of the Week: 7 Clydesdale Circle in Ellington
    Ellington has the appeal of a small agricultural town with the advantage of being within commuting distance of Hartford and Springfield. The town has amenities such as a Big Y and the YMCA, but still has plenty of rural elements, including the largest...
  • KNBC Channel 4 leaves Burbank; moves to new L.A. broadcast center

    KNBC Channel 4 leaves Burbank; moves to new L.A. broadcast center
    After 52 years broadcasting Southern California's biggest stories from the same Burbank studio, KNBC-TV Channel 4 has pulled up stakes and moved into a gleaming new center on the Universal lot. "Everyone was sad to leave the old building, it had such...
  • Adam Lanza's father says he wishes son had never been born

    Peter Lanza, the father of the man who killed 20 children and six educators in an elementary school in Connecticut, wishes his son, Adam, had never been born because the massacre was an act that “couldn't get any more evil.” In a series of...
  • Property of the Week: 1 Monticello Circle

    Property of the Week: 1 Monticello Circle
    Builders showcase their best design and handiwork in a model home. They try to include every option and every detail that a buyer might want. In addition to the dazzling array of amenities found at 1 Monticello Circle in Ellington, the house has another...
  • Chicago picked as site for Obama's manufacturing initiative

    Chicago picked as site for Obama's manufacturing initiative
    Chicago will be the site of a digital manufacturing institute backed by $70 million in federal money and another $250 million in private and other government funding, giving the city, once a factory town, a better chance to re-establish its credentials as...
  • Property of the Week: Washington Farms

    Property of the Week: Washington Farms
    Get a fresh start with a new home at Washington Farms By Margaret DeMarino The ultimate answer to the question What's new? according to realtor Gayle Dennehy of By Carrier is a new home at Washington Farms, a community of single-family houses on the...
  • Ovation, Advocates Launch New Push for Government Arts Funding

    Ronald Reagan, Newt Gingrich and, most recently, Tea Party conservatives have attacked federal funding for the arts, but the National Endowment for the Arts has so far survived the broadsides. Nevertheless, as arts advocates lobby lawmakers in Washington...
  • General Electric CEO Immelt Made $11.3M In 2013

    Jeffrey R. Immelt, chairman and chief executive of Fairfield-based General Electric Co., made $11.27 million in 2013, a steep decline from the $20.45 million he took home the prior year, a federal filing Thursday showed. The drop in earnings for the...
  • Property of the Week: Chester Forest Estates

    Property of the Week: Chester Forest Estates
    “We’re looking forward to an exciting springtime at Chester Forest Estates,” says builder Alan Williams. “We’re offering three new energy-efficient home plans and always enjoy showing new buyers how they can customize.”...
  • ESPN's New Goal: Getting Viewers To Watch History's 'Vikings'

    And you thought the people at ESPN cared only about sports. On Monday, executives at the sports-media empire will take a vested interest in helping a general-entertainment cable network launch the second season of one of its most successful scripted...
  • The Top 5 People Who Will Be Most Offended by Alec Baldwin's 'I Give Up' Mega-Rant

    Alec Baldwin says simply "I give up" on the cover of the latest issue of New York Magazine. But what's he giving up? In a wide-ranging rant, he explains that he's not necessarily giving up acting, but he's tired of living in the public eye in New York,...
  • Mexico becoming a driving force in auto production

    Mexico becoming a driving force in auto production
    The first Honda Fit rolled off the assembly line Friday at a new $800-million factory near Celaya, Mexico, a symbol of the growing might of the country's auto industry. Honda's U.S. factories spit out hundreds of thousands of Accords and Civics each...