The Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry will present a special performance of “Beauty and the Beast” by Stevens Puppets, will be presented on Sunday, May 22, at 2 p.m. in the Ballard Institute Theater, 1 Royce Circle. Call 860-486-8580 for details.
It was clear and 70 degrees at the base of Mount Washington and rainy, windy and 29 degrees at the top when Faith Raymond and Joe Stafach hiked to the summit last July. “It was so foggy, you couldn’t see anything.
Michael Olzinski, a 46-year-old former UConn pharmacist with Student Health Services, was arrested on Wednesday, April 20, 2016 for fraudulently filling in prescriptions and providing controlled substances to friends and family, according to a police affidavit. A former University of Connecticut pharmacy supervisor for Student Health Services was arrested after he was found to be fraudulently filling in prescriptions and providing controlled substances to friends and family, according to a police affidavit.
Matt Pyznar knew that, in order to advance to the level of Eagle Scout, he had to complete an Eagle Scout project before his 18th birthday. Oak Grove Nature Center, 269 Oak Grove St., was in need of trail rejuvenation.
The Performing Arts Department at ECSU held a faculty recital with music faculty members Emily Riggs and David Ballena recently in the FAIC Concert Hall. Pictured are: Riggs, soprano, and Ballena, piano, performed with guest cellist Marlene Ballena, in a recital of music from the Romantic Period.
The online site OnlyInYourState.com has selected a dozen streets in the Nutmeg State with unusual, bizarre or even ironic names. The online site OnlyInYourState.com recently posted a list of a dozen “crazy street names in Connecticut that will leave you baffled.”
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Founder Julie Paolino said she had been working for a private practice, which was sold to a large company, but preferred the smaller feel. “I liked being small,” she said.
The American Savings Foundation is offering $750,000 through approximately 400 scholarships for students in the 2016-17 academic year. “This scholarship is renewable, so most of our scholars receive support from the foundation for all four years of college,” Maria Falvo, president and chief executive officer of the American Savings Foundation, said in a statement.