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Police Investigate Internet Teen Fighting

West Haven Police are warning school officials and parents about “Fight Club” type fights among teenagers in their down


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Springfield Committee Approves Giving Condoms To 12-Year-Olds At School

The Springfield School Committee has approved a policy that will provide students as young as age 12 with condoms if they request them.


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School Board Rules In Favor Of Giving Condoms To Middle School Students

Middle school students in Massachusetts could be coming home with condoms.


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Student Groups Critical Of NYPD Monitoring Of Muslims

Yale University and student groups are condemning the monitoring of Muslim college students across the Northeast by the New York Police Department, while Rutgers University and leaders of Muslim groups are calling for investigations.


School Programs Among Those Facing Cuts

Millions of dollars in proposed budget cuts in education remained on the table Tuesday as Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s administration expressed hope that a money-savings concessions agreement could still be reached with state labor unions.


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Bill Aims To Clarify Scholarship Conditions

The Connecticut House of Representatives has passed legislation requiring the fine print included in athletic scholarships to be revealed to student athletes.


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Delay Means Shelton Students Miss Launch

A group of Shelton students is heading back to Connecticut after missing the chance to watch its science experiment head to space on the shuttle Endeavour.



UConn Spring Weekend Sees Decrease In Arrests

Police say 22 people were arrested over Spring Weekend at the University of Connecticut, the smallest number in several years.


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Knitting Gives Kids Sense of Pride

Teachers say a knitting instruction program at at Waterbury’s Barnard Elementary School is a confidence builder and stress reliever.