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  • READER SUBMITTED: East Hartford Chamber Of Commerce Holds 32 Annual Golf Tournament

    One-hundred twenty golfers and over 15 volunteers turned out for the East Hartford Chamber of Commerce's 32nd Annual Golf Tournament at Ellington Ridge Country Club on June 9. The annual fundraiser supports Chamber functions and their work toward the...
  • Lori Riley: Cyclists Had A Cause, And The Wheels Started Turning

     Lori Riley: Cyclists Had A Cause, And The Wheels Started Turning
    — In March of 2012, Eastern Connecticut State University seniors Patrick Scully and Nick "Fitz" Fitzner decided to go to Washington, D.C., on spring break. It was a little different from most spring breaks, however. Scully and Fitzner went to D.C....
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  • Lori Riley: Edmondson Still Doing Her Part To Advance The Hammer

    — Bonnie Edmondson is still giving back to her sport. Edmondson, who turned 50 last week, was an All-America discus thrower and a hammer thrower at Eastern Connecticut State University back when there were very few women throwing the hammer. She...
  • A Look At Eastern Connecticut Baseball And First-Year Coach Matt LaBranche

    This story on Matt LaBranche and the ECSU baseball team ran in Wednesday's Courant.
  • Rebuke Of Eastern Professor Wrong

    I have been putting in seven hours of writing every day to finish a book during my sabbatical. While doing that, I take occasional glimpses at the mainstream media and just saw an emerging controversy emanating from Eastern Connecticut State University, a...
  • I'm Interested In Buying City Of Hartford Assets

    To balance the budget, Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra is suggesting the city sell its parking facilities to raise some much needed cash. Why stop at parking facilities? Why not sell other city-owned assets? I have put together a partial list of some of...
  • College Conservative Voices Nearly Extinct

    Eastern Connecticut State University adjunct professor Brent Terry got caught saying what he thinks Monday, when an anonymous student recorded the creative writing teacher's rantings. Terry is a paranoid left-winger who used his classroom to spew his fury...
  • Cafemantic: A Fluid, Farm-Fresh Menu

    Cafemantic: A Fluid, Farm-Fresh Menu
    He was looking to transform his successful coffee shop into a full-service restaurant with thoughtful local cuisine. She was a champion of local food, the executive director of Connecticut's largest farmers market. But Andrew Gütt and Winter Caplanson had...
  • Bob Joyce: The Color Of UConn Basketball

    When Bob Joyce was a kid growing up in Bloomfield, he was so taken with sports and sports radio that he would do play-by-play on every game he watched or played, any sport, any time, as if he had a microphone in front of him. "It would drive people...
  • Tuesday's local interest college basketball roundup: Hot-shooting CNU men reach Capital semis with OT win at Salisbury; Apprentice gains bids to USCAA nationals

    Men: Mike Cherry hit two clinching free throws and Tra Benefield scored 26 points Tuesday to give No. 5 seed Christopher Newport a 78-74 overtime win at No. 4 Salisbury and a spot in Thursday’s Capital Athletic Conference semifinal at top-seeded...