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Connecticut's Rural Roads Are 2nd Worst In The Nation

If you've driven on any of the back roads around Connecticut , you surely won't disagree with this finding. A recent report by TRIP , a national transportation research group, reveals that around 15 percent of America’s rural roads are in “poor condition” and severely need repair. The nation’s...
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Spotlite: American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network

Bryte Johnson, Government Relations Director, American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network discussed Connecticut making progress when it comes to tobacco, according to a state-by-state report just released by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, but opportunities remain for the state...
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Sunday Morning Smooth Jazz Brunch

Welcome to the Companions and Homemakers Sunday Morning Smooth Jazz Brunch! This weekend, hot air balloons will grace the sky over the Farmington Valley as part of 34th annual Plainville Hot Air Balloon Fest. On Sunday morning we'll take flight as we'll lift your spirits with a morning of relaxing...
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PillowTalk: 27 Years To Get Together

Clara and Pasquale grew up in the same neighborhood in Waterbury among family and friends. It was always friends. It was always friends that is until just recently, when after many years, they ran into each other on the beach in Milford. Clara said, We met on the beach, went and had lunch together...
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There Are Spiders In Your House

Most people don't like to think about it, especially if you're arachnophobic, but you've got visitors in your home. That's right, spiders! But they're not trying to take over your abode. They are actually beneficial, and you should just let them be. They can provide a useful service. They'll catch...
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The Last Weekend For Tax Free Ct.

CT's Tax Free Week, which runs Sunday, August 20, to Saturday, August 26, offers residents a tax-free week for back-to-school clothing and footwear purchases. so this is going to be a very big weekend as it is the last weekend of tax free week and right as school is starting! Click here for a list...
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PillowTalk: Happy To Risk A Second Chance

Lisa from Watertown called me on the PillowTalk lines on Thursday night really excited about what has just happened and what is about to happen. She and Wesley used to date. They broke up at the time. Lisa got married to someone else, raised a family and got divorced. Wesley did just about the same...
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Your Produce Is Drenched In Pesticides

Most of the fruits and vegetables you get at the store are covered in chemicals. As many as 10-15 different sprays can be used. Sprays such as pesticides, fungicides, and herbicides douse your produce. And that’s pretty standard. In fact, worldwide, about 7-billion pounds of pesticides are used...
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Pillowtalk: Requests And Dedications From Everywhere

With so many sources for PillowTalk dedications, part of the fun of hosting PillowTalk is getting all those sources actively working similtainiously to play the songs you want to hear. Getting requests and dedications from phone calls, email and various social media outlets. Wedmesday night, things...
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The Best Color To Paint Your Bedroom For A Good Night's Sleep

If you're having trouble sleeping at night, try painting your bedroom. Not just any color will do the trick. According to the National Sleep Foundation , the best color for optimal sleeping conditions is: BLUE! It has to do with receptors in your eyes that are responsible for regulating your body...
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