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  • Trinity Field Hockey Starts Season On Solid Footing

    With a 9-0 home victory over UMass-Dartmouth and a 6-0 road victory over Hamilton, the Trinity field hockey team is off to a perfect start in a season of high hopes. "I'm just thrilled that we have scored 15 goals already after scoring 21 all of last...
  • Regional Digest: Hartford Wins On Simms' Goal

    Junior forward Javoni Simms scored 1:13 into the game and the Hartford men's soccer team went on to defeat Villanova 1-0 Saturday night at Al-Marzook Field in West Hartford. Dribbling down the right sideline, Simms dodged a defender and sent a low shot...
  • National Music Theater Institute Planned For O'Neill Center

    To capitalize on the increasing interest by young people in the area of music theater, Waterford’s Eugene O’Neill Theater Center is launching this fall a new division of the National Theater Institute called the National Music Theater...
  • How I Made It: Anita L. DeFrantz, president of the LA84 Foundation

    How I Made It: Anita L. DeFrantz, president of the LA84 Foundation
    The gig: Olympic medalist Anita L. DeFrantz, 61, is president and a director of the LA84 Foundation, the charitable organization that runs off an endowment of surplus funds from the Los Angeles Olympic Games. In the three decades since those games, LA84...
  • Return To The Rivers: Connecticut's Waterways Reflect The State's History

    Return To The Rivers: Connecticut's Waterways Reflect The State's History
    The widely held assumption that Connecticut was complete wilderness when the first European settlers arrived in the early 17th Century is belied by what archaeologists have found along the state's rivers. "It was not wilderness," said Nicholas...
  • Shakespeare In The Summer: Mostly Outdoors, As You Like It

    Shakespeare In The Summer: Mostly Outdoors, As You Like It
    Why, this is very midsummer madness. —Olivia, "Twelfth Night," Act 3, Scene 4 There are a slew of Shakespeare shows happening outdoors in Connecticut in July and August. Shall we compare them to a summer's day? Sure, why not? The plays...
  • Avon Theater Group Dedicates Performance To AIDS Researchers

    Avon Theater Group Dedicates Performance To AIDS Researchers
    AVON — A student production this weekend of the musical, "Rent: School Edition," which chronicles the stuggles of young musicians and artists in New York City, will be dedicated to the memory of the AIDS researchers who died when a Malaysian...
  • New head of NAACP, a relative unknown, has deep civil rights background

    New head of NAACP, a relative unknown, has deep civil rights background
    He'd been leader of a New Jersey social justice organization since 2008, making inroads on housing and employment issues, when Cornell Brooks, a soft-spoken lawyer and minister, got an opportunity he didn't see coming. The NAACP, a national...
  • New London Board Votes Against Giving Contract To Carter

    New London Board Votes Against Giving Contract To Carter
    NEW LONDON — The board of education Thursday night voted 6-0 against entering into a contract with Terrence Carter, whom it had previously named the district's new superintendent. Carter, a highly touted Chicago school administrator, was selected...
  • KHS field hockey focuses on fundamentals, hard work

    Killingly High School field hockey coach Souki Syharat had his players gather round him on the practice field on Aug. 27. It was the team's fourth practice and Syharat was concentrating on fundamentals. He beckoned Teegan Waggoner forward to help him...
  • Northwestern Connecticut College Creates Manufacturing Degree Program

    Northwestern Connecticut Community College in Winsted this fall will become the latest state school to offer a degree in manufacturing. The associate's degree program was made possible by a $200,000 grant from the National Science Foundation. Students...