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Malloy would cut town aid, early childhood ed to patch budget hole


Gov. Dannel P. Malloy recommended deeper cuts to municipal aid and elimination of an early childhood education program to help close a $121 million hole in his latest budget proposal for this fiscal...

UConn biologist takes new tack against herpes virus

Matt Pilon |

Herpes is more common than you might think.

Trinity's downtown campus debut set for Dec.

Gregory Seay |

Hartford's Trinity College will open its first of two downtown campus sites in Constitution Plaza in December.

CT joins suit against DeVos' delay of rule protecting student borrowers


Connecticut joined 17 other states and the District of Columbia Thursday to sue the U.S. Department of Education and Secretary Betsy DeVos for delaying implementation of a new regulation aimed at...

Mystic Aquarium researchers find home at UConn Avery Point

Patricia Daddona |

Mystic Aquarium will make UConn Avery Point in Groton home base for its research team.

Military ramp-up challenges EB, Pratt to find skilled workers


Even before President Donald Trump assumed office, the Navy had big plans for expansion that included new submarine work for Electric Boat. Now the ramp-up has grown, along with the Groton shipyard's...

McHugh exiting UConn trustees board

Gregory Seay | 1

Lawrence D. McHugh is stepping down this summer after eight years as chairman of the UConn Board of Trustees, authorities say.

Businesses seek bigger say in education reform

Patricia Daddona |

About a month before Connecticut careened into an extended legislative session to address its fiscal crisis, two industry-backed nonprofits joined forces with the hopes of giving businesses a bigger...

$4.8M for UHart, Montessori degree

Patricia Daddona |

The University of Hartford and the Montessori Training Center Northeast say they have been awarded $4.8 million from the Walton Family Foundation to establish an undergraduate Montessori education...

UHart, UBridgeport to live-stream Aug. 21 eclipse

Patricia Daddona |

Two universities in Hartford and Bridgeport will join NASA to live-stream Aug. 21's historic total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, the organizations say.

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