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  • On The Fly: Watson Choses Ryder Cup Wild-Card Players

    United States Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson has chosen 2007 Travelers Championship winner Hunter Mahan; Keegan Bradley, a native of Woodstock, Vt.; and Webb Simpson for the three wild-card spots on this year's team. Each is a solid, match-play-tested,...
  • Poitras Expects UHart Men To Contend For America East Title

    WEST HARTFORD –Twice in three seasons under coach Tom Poitras, the Hartford men's soccer team used a late surge to reach the America East championship game. The Hawks won five in a row before losing to Stony Brook in 2011, six in a row before losing...
  • Vernon Board of Ed. changes school name, updates evaluations

    The Vernon Elementary School changed its name and has a new principal. The school, which is located within the Rockville High School campus, offers alternative programming for students with special requirements. Jacqueline Middleton is a Tolland resident...
  • Women's Soccer: Chanel Johnson Emerging As A Force For UofH

    WEST HARTFORD — Chanel Johnson, a senior midfielder on the Hartford women's soccer team, is bashful. She sums up her development over the past four years by saying she's stronger and faster and smarter, and adds that there might even be a noticeable...
  • In Hartford's Upper Albany, 'There Is Something Happening.'

    In Hartford's Upper Albany, 'There Is Something Happening.'
    No walk along Route 44 is complete without a stop at Scotts’ Jamaican Bakery on Albany Avenue in Hartford, and in fact I had already been there for lunch on the day I caught up with Gordon Scott late that afternoon. Oldtimers might think of George...
  • Former Major Leaguer Bill Denehy Says He's Thankful For Fidelco Guide Dog

    Former Major Leaguer Bill Denehy Says He's Thankful For Fidelco Guide Dog
    BLOOMFIELD — Bill Denehy's photograph was once side-by-side with future hall of fame pitcher Tom Seaver on a baseball card featuring two of the New York Mets most promising rookies. Now, almost 40 years later, any photo of Denehy is likely to...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Saint Francis Golf Tournament Raises $140,000

    The Curtis D. Robinson Men's Health Institute raised $140,000 at the 5th Annual Celebrity Golf Classic at Tunxis Plantation Country Club in Farmington, Aug. 7. The funds raised will support community outreach efforts to provide free prostate cancer...
  • Vouchers Would Make Colleges Compete

    If you're an American paying private college costs, you're paying twice: once to your private college, and once to your state's tax collector to support public colleges. It's worse than unfair. It's counterproductive. State colleges have a captive...
  • West End College Site Ideal For Graduate Apartments

    West End College Site Ideal For Graduate Apartments
    Dwight Merriam, a veteran Hartford land-use lawyer, has taught his specialty at the University of Connecticut School of Law for many years. He has felt, for most of that time, that the law school would be enhanced by a residential component, by having...
  • Hawks Build Abroad And Renovate At Home

    WEST HARTFORD – The University of Hartford men's basketball team gathered on campus Friday afternoon and boarded a bus for New York. From there, the team flew to Los Angeles and on to Sydney for two weeks of games against Australian professional...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Windsor Police Cadets Recognize Graduates Of The Cadet Police Academy

    The Windsor Police Department would like to recognize the following members of the Windsor Police Cadets who attended and graduated from the Cadet Police Academy, held at the University of Hartford in West Hartford, the week of July 27 to Aug. 2: Basic...