State Sen. Tony Hwang, Detective Kerry Dalling, Center for Family Justice CEO and President Debra Greenwood, and attorney Uswah Khan participate on a panel to combat domestic violence, moderated by Selena Kuo McCaul, president of the Barnard Club of Connecticut. Susan Kaufman introduced the panel. Photo by Nancy Doniger

Saying ‘no more’ to domestic crimes

Domestic violence used to be the embarrassing secret that no one spoke about. Hidden behind…

Sophie, 6, the Waterman family’s golden retriever, romps in the snow. Photo by Brooke Cascella

Blizzard shuts down state and town; region spared from grim forecast

Forecasts by the National Weather Service had described this week’s expected storm as a “crippling…

Cooper, a six-year-old golden doodle, plays ball during snow storm Juno. Photo by Gayle Worthington

Malloy lifts statewide travel ban effective at 2 p.m. Tuesday

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced this afternoon that he has lifted the statewide travel ban…

Easton, Redding, Region 9

No School Tuesday for Easton, Redding and Region 9

All Easton, Redding and Region 9 schools will be closed tomorrow, Jan. 27.  School offices…

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