At Summer Lunch Programs, Schools See Hungry Parents, TooSchools that also provide meals for students during summer months are finding that adults in the household need the meals as well to keep from going hungry.
New SCSU President Tapped
46 'Dreamers' To Attend ECSU On ScholarshipsForty-six students who were brought to the United States as children have been granted scholarships to attend Eastern Connecticut State University in the fall.
Fleury To Take Over As Chairman of Board of RegentsThe Board of Regents for Higher Education in Connecticut has a new chairman.
Newtown Teacher Resigns After Gun Possession ChargeA Newtown middle school teacher who was accused of carrying a loaded .45-caliber pistol in a holster inside the school has resigned.
Ex-Basketball Coach Accused Of Tipping Off Shooting SuspectA Stamford Public Schools employee and former assistant high school basketball coach has been placed on leave amid charges that he tipped off a shooting suspect.
UConn Revokes Bill Cosby's Honorary DegreeUniversity of Connecticut trustees voted unanimously Wednesday to revoke an honorary degree awarded to Bill Cosby.
Coast Guard Academy Sets Record For Female EnrollmentThe U.S. Coast Guard Academy is welcoming an incoming class with the highest percentage of women ever: 38 percent.
Teen Charged In Connection With School ThreatA 17-year-old boy has been charged in connection with a threat that forced a lockdown last week at Hartford's Prince Tech.
Wesleyan Establishes Scholarship Based On Broadway Hit 'Hamilton'Wesleyan has announced a new academic prize inspired by Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and director Thomas Kail, both alums of the Middletown university.
Hartford's MLK School To Remain Open Next YearHartford's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. School will remain open next school year, officials announced on Tuesday.
School: Inquiry Finds Sexual Misconduct By Ex-HeadmasterLeaders at a private preparatory high school in Simsbury say an investigation shows that a former headmaster engaged in what the school calls inappropriate sexual conduct with students when he was there more than 60 years ago.