Power Restored At University of Connecticut BuildingsPower has been restored to several buildings at the University of Connecticut campus in Storrs after an outage darkened several buildings and caused some classes to be canceled.
Town Officials To Consider Program To Arm TeachersA Connecticut town is considering a program that would arm teachers at its only school.
CCSU Professor ResignsRavi Shankar, the Central Connecticut State University professor, arrested last year for shoplifting, has resigned his position at the university.
New Program For African-American Male StudentsProgram a response to lower graduation rate
FOI Officer Says UConn Trustees Violated Open-Meetings LawA hearing officer with the state Freedom of Information Commission has found that University of Connecticut trustees violated the law when they met in private last year to review the school's $1.3 billion proposed budget.
University President To RetireJack Miller leaving C.C.S.U. after 11 years
Contract Would Switch Some UConn Workers To 40-Hour WeekUConn's Board of Trustees is expected to approve a new contract that will move 1,900 unionized professional employees from a 35-hour work week to a 40-hour week.
Additional Police At Meriden School TodayThere is an added police presence at a Meriden school today.
Decision To Drop 'American Idiot' Production Draws RebukeA decision by officials at a Connecticut high school to drop a student production of the Green Day rock opera ``American Idiot'' drew an online rebuke from the band's frontman.
Enfield School's Decision To Drop 'American Idiot' Production Garners CriticismA decision by officials at a Connecticut high school to drop a student production of the Green Day rock opera "American Idiot" drew an online rebuke from the band's frontman.
Connecticut's Largest Teachers' Union Challenges Evaluation SystemThe largest teachers' union in Connecticut is calling for the state to end the correlation between students' standardized test scores and teachers' job performance.
Police: Stratford Woman Inadvertently Brings Gun To SchoolA Connecticut woman has been charged with bringing a gun to her daughter's middle school, although she intended no harm.