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Trustees Approve UConn Tuition Hike

UConn’s Board of Trustees Wednesday approved a 6.5 percent increase in tuition.

06/25/2014

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UConn Board Set to Vote on $1.2 Billon Budget

The University of Connecticut’s Board of Trustees is set to approve an almost $1.2 billion budget for the school.

06/25/2014

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New School Superintendent In Hartford Introduced

(Hartford, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – Hartford’s new school superintendent was introduced during a morning news conference. Dr. Beth Schiavino-Narvaez called the community “diverse stakeholders” striving for the success of the district committed to learning and innovation. […]

06/23/2014

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Life Lessons From The Class of 1964

The advice for this year’s high school graduates comes from their predecessors 50 years ago.

06/22/2014

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UConn Prof Faces DUI Charge

(Vernon, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – A UConn chemistry professor is facing charges after Vernon police say he was driving under the influence Saturday night. Police say they initially pulled over 47-year-old Gabriel Fenteany for failing to […]

06/16/2014

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Malloy to Announce Allocation of Preschool Slots

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is set to announce how more than 1,000 additional pre-kindergarten slots will be allocated throughout Connecticut.

06/11/2014

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CCSU Receives Record Bequest

(New Britain, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – It’s being called the largest bequest in university history. Central Connecticut State University says it is the recipient of a $6.5 million gift from the late Huang Chang-Jen. Huang, who […]

06/10/2014

Report: Outgoing MaineCare Ride Broker To Get Millions

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – Records show that the company that won’t have its contracts to provide rides for Maine Medicaid patients renewed because of poor performance is scheduled to receive millions of dollars in extra […]

06/05/2014

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New Program Aims To Help Adults Complete Degree

Connecticut residents who started college — but did not complete their degrees — are being encouraged to return under a new program called “Go Back To Get Ahead.”

06/02/2014

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