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  • UPDATE: Amish leaders meet with local, state leaders to discuss safety

    UPDATE: Amish leaders meet with local, state leaders to discuss safety
    MIDDLEBURY – It has been a week since a horrific pony cart crash killed two children in Elkhart County. At 5 p.m. Monday Amish leaders had a private meeting with state lawmakers and the sheriff to talk about safety.  The meeting came about when...
  • Our New Haven Bridal List: Where To Find Everything You'll Need For Your Wedding

    Our New Haven Bridal List:  Where To Find Everything You'll Need For Your Wedding
    BANQUET HALLS Ansonia J. Sullivan's 557 Wakelee Ave., 203-735-6417 Branford Bill Miller's Castle 834 E. Main St., 888-514-5551 Branford Elk's Lodge 158 S. Montowese St.. 203-488-9311 La Luna 168 N. Main St., 203-483-9995 The Woodwinds 29...
  • Hamilton Southeastern Schools withdraw lawsuit over education funding

    Hamilton Southeastern Schools withdraw lawsuit over education funding
    It appears brighter days are ahead for growing school districts in Indiana. A lawsuit against the state over school funding, filed by 3 Indiana school districts, has been dropped. In February 2010, Hamilton Southeastern, Franklin Township and...
  • 'Composite Prints, Polyocular Unities' at Westover School's Schumacher Gallery in Middlebury through Dec. 31

    'Composite Prints, Polyocular Unities' at Westover School's Schumacher Gallery in Middlebury through Dec. 31
    This is no ordinary photography exhibit. Westover School's photography instructor and Gallery Director Michael Gallagher, who's helped broaden the horizons of Westover's students for nearly 30 years, displays his photos from his trip to China. But instead...
  • Crime and Punishment: Norwalk Man Allegedly Shoots Sister's Boyfriend After Argument About Washing Dishes

    Crime and Punishment: Norwalk Man Allegedly Shoots Sister's Boyfriend After Argument About Washing Dishes
    Cathy Malloy, wife of Gov. Dannel Malloy, "uncorked" at a forum on how to encourage women to run for public office held in conjecture with the Democratic National Convention, according to the Los Angeles Times. Connecticut's first lady went on a rant...
  • Westover School's faculty and students hold their annual dance concert on April 21

    Westover School's faculty and students hold their annual dance concert on April 21
    Join Westover School's faculty and students for its annual dance concert, this year entitled Our Stories, held Sat., April 21. Westover students will dance works choreographed by both fellow students and Westover faculty, including a contemporary piece by...
  • 'Return to Sender,' by Julia Alvarez

    Return to Sender A Novel Julia Alvarez Alfred A. Knopf: 326 pp., $16.99 Agricultural work is unforgiving. Running a farm involves the unrelenting necessity of daily chores. Cows can't wait to be milked; untended crops quickly fail. One of the most...
  • Alicia de Larrocha dies at 86; renowned Spanish pianist

    Alicia de Larrocha dies at 86; renowned Spanish pianist
    Spanish pianist Alicia de Larrocha, who thrilled music listeners for decades with polished and enthralling interpretations of great classical works, has died. She was 86. De Larrocha died late Friday in a Barcelona hospital, said piano music expert,...
  • 'Promised Land: Thirteen Books That Changed America' by Jay Parini

    Jay Parini's knowledgeable analysis of key texts that have formed Americans' ideas about themselves and their nation, "Promised Land: Thirteen Books That Changed America," would make an excellent starting point for a college course. The author makes...
  • With 'Save' Used Up, 'American Idol' Judges' Power On The Wane

    With 'Save' Used Up, 'American Idol' Judges' Power On The Wane
    With their dramatic save of Michael Lynche last week, the judges on "American Idol" flexed their final bit of power of the season, turning the rest of the competition over entirely to the votes of viewers. Yes, they'll still be able to make their...
  • Katie Stevens Gets By With A Little Help From Her Friends

    Katie Stevens Gets By With A Little Help From Her Friends
    After hosting months of "American Idol" viewings at home in Middlebury, some family friends of Katie Stevens moved the party to Los Angeles last week. Penny Albini and her daughters, Maria Elaina, 19, and Julia, 15, took the week off from school and...
  • In deep with the sea urchins

    In deep with the sea urchins
    The Sunstar's ancient twin diesels fire up like an old man clearing his throat. Terry Herzik cocks his good ear to listen. They are losing compression, but sound as if they should make the three-day trip. Dawn glows faintly behind the gantry cranes and...