As the end of year nears it is time to take a moment to look back to see what made the top of the best of lists for 2012. Other than the presidential election there have been many other battles this year to score a number one spot in the United States. Companies, writers, public relation experts and cities have all been vying for the golden top spot.
With all the communicative access to current local, national, and global information, expecting the masses to settle for media headlines and sound bites is insulting to today’s technologically-aware audience.
South Windsor police say a local man is accused of breach of peace and harassment in a case involving images posted on Facebook.
Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling is thanking his well-wishers after his video game company defaulted on a $1.1 million payment to the state and was unable to meet payroll this week.
A blogger is going on trial for allegedly posting a teenager’s journal entries on Facebook.
A caped crusader who dresses as Batman in Maine’s Bar Harbor says he’s learned his lesson after an April Fool’s prank led to his arrest on a terrorizing charge.
Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal says he’ll propose a bill blocking employers from asking job applicants for their social media passwords as an “unreasonable invasion of privacy.”
It took 10 minutes of online exposure for a high school football coach to lose his job.
Bristol police say Bristol Central High School was placed in lockdown after what they described as an idle threat on the social networking site Facebook.
A self-described drug dealer pled guilty Tuesday on charges of being a convicted felon in possession of a weapon, admitting to police that he posed with a photo of a stolen gun on Facebook and talked about the cultivation of his marijuana supply.