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  • Windsor Locks edition community news

    Suffield resident signs National Letter of Intent SUFFIELD - Dan Leckie, a Suffield resident, signed a National Letter of Intent this past November to play Division I baseball for Lafayette College in Easton, Penn., in the Patriot League. Leckie plans on...
  • 15 years on, Lafayette's league championship runs still remembered

    15 years on, Lafayette's league championship runs still remembered
    At one point during Wednesday night's Patriot League championship basketball game in Lafayette's Kirby Sports Center, Brian Ehlers turned to Tim Bieg and said, "If we had a point guard like [the Leopards' Nick Lindner], we'd have made the Sweet 16."...
  • The NCAA could use a riveting tournament to boost interest in basketball

    The NCAA could use a riveting tournament to boost interest in basketball
    Thank God for the brackets. March Madness begins Tuesday night with hopes of capturing the interest of the sporting world for the next three weeks. The Associated Press and others have reported about declining interest in college basketball....
  • Joe Maddon vs. Matt Szczur in NCAA tournament

    Joe Maddon vs. Matt Szczur in NCAA tournament
    MESA, Ariz. -- Manager Joe Maddon was giddy to talk Monday about Lafayette College reaching the NCAA men's basketball tournament as a 16th seed. Maddon, who played quarterback and catcher at Lafayette in the mid-1970s, recited the likes of Butch van...
  • Harvard Denies Yale's Bid To End 52-Year NCAA Drought

    Harvard Denies Yale's Bid To End 52-Year NCAA Drought
    PHILADELPHIA — The Ivy League basketball playoff was loaded with story lines that took decades to ripen, and then, in a breathless 7.2-second burst, they all came together Saturday afternoon at the 88-year-old Palestra. Harvard's Steve Moundou-...
  • Art exhibit shows courage, innovation by African-American women

    In many ways, the new exhibit of prints by African-American Women at the Allentown Art Museum is as much about courage as it is about female artists. "Interventions in Printmaking: Three Generations of African-American Women" features 50 works by 20...
  • State of the Valley: Divided

    State of the Valley: Divided
    The seventh annual State of the Lehigh Valley report tells the tale of two Lehigh Valleys. One is mostly white and relatively affluent, secure professionally and happy with its quality of life. The other is composed largely of minorities who generally...
  • Yale-Harvard Meet Again, This Time For NCAA Tournament Bid

    Yale-Harvard Meet Again, This Time For NCAA Tournament Bid
    NEW HAVEN — Yale basketball coach James Jones is 51. That sounds ludicrous to him. He has been at Yale 16 years. That makes him shake his head in amusement, too. "Time flies," he said this week while leaning against a wall outside Lee Amphitheater....
  • REVIEW: Les Violons du Roy silky smooth at Williams Center

    REVIEW: Les Violons du Roy silky smooth at Williams Center
    Les Violons du Roy, which appeared at the Williams Center at Lafayette College Wednesday evening, is indeed aptly-named. The Quebec City-based chamber orchestra, in a program of music by Rameau, Mozart, and Haydn, produced a sound fit for royalty, with...
  • Former Lafayette president to head Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Former Lafayette College President Daniel Weiss is leaving higher education to head the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Weiss is president of Haverford College, but he is leaving the institution after two years to head the Met, officials...
  • Icy retail sales in February

    Icy retail sales in February
    WATCH THIS: Reforms target injustice in credit reporting system. .. Freezing temps, snowstorms weigh hard on February sales. .. Feds approve Palcohol, a powdered alcohol intended to be mixed up into drinks. .. Hearing before NRC sought into PPL...