The 17th Annual New Haven 99.1 PLR ShamRock and Roll Road Race to benefit the CT Diaper Bank. March 2, 2014 Photos by Peter Casolino
North Haven, CT–Mental health professionals and law experts participate in a symposium at Quinnipiac University to discuss gun violence. The morning panel was titled: “An Act Concerning Gun Violence Prevention and Children’s Safety. The event was presented by the Quinnipiac University Law School’s Health Journal. Photos by Peter Casolino
Photos from the 14th Annual Polar Plunge to benefit the Elm City Conservancy at Lighthouse Point Park in New Haven, CT. January 1, 2014. Photos by Peter Casolino firstname.lastname@example.org
Images of the snowstorm on Saturday and aftermath on Sunday. Photos by Peter Casolino and Melanie Stengel
Providence College at Quinnipiac University hockey, November 27, 2013. Photos by Peter Casolino
Federal authorities Thursday morning were executing search warrants and seizure warrants at multiple Denver-area medical marijuana facilities, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
After talks broke down on Thursday, BART unions made good on their promise to strike on Friday. Commuters from throughout the Bay Area lined up for other ways to get to work.
One of America’s most vibrant small-city downtowns is about to get another boost with the opening of Bow-Tie Cinemas’ new 11-auditorium theater on Friday. The venue, at the corner of Church Street and Railroad Place, will open at 10 a.m. with dozens of show times for new releases such as “Escape Plan,” starring Sylvester Stallone, [...]
Although it can’t be grown under federal drug law, about two dozen Colorado farmers grew marijuana’s non-intoxicating cousin this summer. This is the first known harvest of the industrial version of Cannabis sativa in the U.S. since the late 1950s. Hemp and marijuana are the same species, just cultivated differently to enhance or reduce the [...]
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