Making The Grade

Making The Grade

Wednesday, Sep 24, 2014 at 01:07 PM EDT

Woodstock Cooking Class: A Recipe for Success

Woodstock Cooking Class: A Recipe for Success

Students at Woodstock Academy have a recipe for success in their cooking class – and it’s much different than your typical home economics classroom.

Thursday, Sep 4, 2014 at 12:00 PM EDT

QU Students Work Shoreline Town Jobs

QU Students Work Shoreline Town Jobs

They say you can’t fight city hall, but some Quinnipiac students spent their summer making it better - eight Presidential Public Service Fellows, working in municipal government in shoreline communities.

Wednesday, Aug 27, 2014 at 02:25 PM EDT

High Road School Helps Students Graduate on Track

High Road School  Helps Students Graduate on Track

This summer, a group of students in Wallingford made sure they stayed on the graduation track at a unique school designed around their special needs, called the High Road School.

Wednesday, Aug 20, 2014 at 03:55 PM EDT

NESS Promotes Hands-On Learning Through Sailing

NESS Promotes Hands-On Learning Through Sailing

Taking kids out of the inner city, and putting them out on the open water, is one of the key goals of NESS – the New England Science and Sailing organization in Stonington.

Monday, Aug 11, 2014 at 06:43 PM EDT

Glastonbury Preschoolers Learn About Healthy Eating

Glastonbury Preschoolers Learn About Healthy Eating

Glastonbury native and 2014 Goddard Teacher of the Year Maureen Moore has created a fitness, nutrition, and education program for students at the preschool where she works.

Wednesday, Aug 6, 2014 at 07:35 PM EDT

Robotics Team Earns Top Award in National Competition

Robotics Team Earns Top Award in National Competition

Dancing and robots may not seem to mix, but it's the perfect combination for a group of Farmington students who competed in a worldwide competition in Brazil.

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Human Skulls, Witchcraft Books Found at Stamford Dump

Human Skulls, Witchcraft Books Found at Stamford Dump

Two human skulls, a jawbone and several books on Satan and witchcraft were found at the Stamford Refuge Transfer Station on Thursday and police are investigating.

Turning Clocks Back Doesn’t Mean Extended Liquor Sales

Turning Clocks Back Doesn’t Mean Extended Liquor Sales

We turn the clocks back an hour come 2 a.m. on Sunday, be don’t expect to spend an extra hour at the bar. They will not be able to stay open until 2 a.m. comes around again, according to the state Department of...

Farmington School Officials Say They Addressed Food Complaints

Farmington School Officials Say They Addressed Food Complaints

Farmington school officials say they have addressed student complaints about school lunches and are making some changes to cafeteria procedures.

Teens Arrested, Accused of Totaling Watertown Cruiser

Teens Arrested, Accused of Totaling Watertown Cruiser

Watertown police have arrested four teens accused of ramming a police cruiser with a stolen car and running off around 11:30 p.m. on Oct. 20.

1 Dead, 1 Hurt After SpaceShipTwo Crashes in SoCal Desert

1 Dead, 1 Hurt After SpaceShipTwo Crashes in SoCal Desert

One person is dead and another has suffered a "major injury" after Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo rocket plane, designed for suborbital commercial flights above the Earth, crashed Friday during a test...

Malloy Designates Another $22M to School Security

Malloy Designates Another $22M to School Security

Gov. Dan Malloy has announced an additional $22 million in state funding to improve school safety.