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I once believed that the best view of Connecticut's beaches was from the rearview mirror on the way to Cape Cod. That's not meant to be an insult (my wife calls me a Cape Cod snob), I just enjoy pristine ocean beaches with only sand dunes in the...
The Hartford CourantBy PETER MARTEKA,firstname.lastname@example.org With Memorial Day – the unofficial start of summer - finally upon us after an Ice Age-like winter and a soggy, cloudy spring, Long Island Sound may be the hot destination this weekend. But with water...
Back in 1961, a developer wanted to turn an ancient shoreline farm into a housing development with 425 duplex units for the Coast Guard, which was stationed at Avery Point in Groton. Residents banded together, fought the proposal and raised money to...
The Nutmeg State takes on the Ocean State at Jonathan Edwards Winery May 5, battling in a culinary competition to benefit Connecticut Farmland Trust and the Rhode Island Chefs' Collaborative. Participating Connecticut restaurants include 85 Main in...
The Hartford CourantYou are right to wonder why a hefty tax increase and claims to have gotten spending under control have not brought stable finances to state government. Sometimes a jarring example will help explain something as complex as Connecticut's troubled, growing...
The Hartford CourantThe Pentagon is likely to seek another round of base closings in Obama's upcoming budget proposal and this time, unlike last year, it won't go away easily. That's the assessment from Bob Ross, director of the state's Office of Military Affairs -- who'...
The Hartford CourantMother's Dayis just ahead on May 13. Get deals on gifts at area sales. Artist Karen Rossi, known for metal work, holds an open house Saturday, April 14, at her studio, 60 Estey Road in Norfolk, with specials on a range of merchandise. Hours are 1 to 4 p....
The Hartford CourantSandy hit Madison and several other Connecticut towns Monday with hurricane-force gusts, causing undetermined damage, but it would have cost homeowners across the state thousands of dollars each if it actually sustained those winds. Insurers that once...
Mystic Restaurant Week runs Nov. 3 through Nov. 10 at 19 restaurants, each serving prix-fixe $12 lunches and/or $20.12 dinners throughout the week. Participating restaurants: Ancient Mariner Anthony J's Bistro AZU Restaurant Bravo Bravo Capt....
The Hartford CourantDespite what you might read each week in The Bottom Line, the consumer isn't always right. Consumers, all of us, only think we're right every time. Jennifer Johnson of East Haddam thought she had a case against Verizon Wireless after being promised a...
By Linda Giuca Willie Nelson’s song “On the Road Again,” could double as the theme for summer vacationers taking to the road for some R&R. Whether that road trip is a quick daycation or the beginning of a lengthier break...
Warm temperatures this winter have enticed many to believe it’s time to start planting crops. There are reports of people in the field, some disking and using chisel plows. Putting seeds in the ground this early always runs the risk of a late...
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