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  • PGA Tour pick-4: Travelers Championship

     
    Well, no one can say Graeme McDowell didn't give us a little advance notice. The new U.S. Open champion, who keeps a home at Lake Nona, did capture the Wales Open two weeks before arriving at Pebble Beach. Only those who have spent time in Northern...
  • Robot trained to care for the elderly at University of Connecticut

     
    Ethical robot cares for elderly patients at University of Connecticut...
  • Boys' basketball: Max Guercy picks up offer

     
    Senior point guard Max Guercy, who has helped lead Alemany to first place in the Mission League, has been offered a scholarship by the University of Hartford, Coach Tray Meeks said. -- Eric Sondheimer...
  • Connecticut shootings: More coverage plans

     
    More schedule changes in reaction to the school shootings in Connecticut: George Stephanopoulos and Elizabeth Vargas will host “Good Morning America” on Saturday. The program airs at 9 a.m. on WFTV-Channel 9. Josh Elliott, Amy Robach and Dan...
  • AAC's Aresco In Town; Talks Up Tougher Nonconference Schedules

    AAC's Aresco In Town; Talks Up Tougher Nonconference Schedules
    HARTFORD – The American Athletic Conference sent four teams to the NCAA men's basketball tournament last March, but commissioner Mike Aresco wants more. "The goal, longer term, is to have seven, eight, nine teams in the mix for the NCAA Tournament,...
  • Rocky Hill Hires IT Director

    ROCKY HILL – Russell R. Ford, an experienced electronics engineer who has directed information technology at Cheshire Academy for the past six years has been named town director of information technology. Ford will begin work Oct. 30. He will...
  • Canton Officials Host Presentation On Parkinson's Disease

    CANTON — An informational presentation for people suffering from Parkinson's disease and those caring for them will be on Monday from 2 to 3 p.m. in the town's senior center, according to an announcement from the senior and social services...
  • UConn Women Skate To 2-2 Tie Against Syracuse

    Women's Hockey Annie Belanger made 37 saves to help the UConn women to a 2-2 tie at Syracuse Sunday in Syracuse, N.Y. The draw moves the Huskies to 2-3-2 on the season, while the Orange go to 1-1-4 after tying their fourth consecutive Hockey East...
  • UHart Basketball Kicks Off With Midnight Mania

    WEST HARTFORD — Hartford women's basketball coach Jen Rizzotti got back from the FIBA World Championships in Turkey on Oct. 6. Hartford practice started Oct. 8. "My enthusiasm for wanting to get going was really high because I hadn't been here,"...
  • Courant Carrier Lucian Tercyak

    Courant Carrier Lucian Tercyak
    In his own words: Lucian Tercyak, Boston In New Britain, in 1962, I lived on Brooklawn Street. My Courant route started at the corner of Corbin Avenue and Dover Road and was bounded on the east by Corbin Avenue, on the west by Lincoln Street, on the...
  • West Hartford's Park Road Parade Is Saturday

    West Hartford's Park Road Parade Is Saturday
    WEST HARTFORD — One of the town's most eclectic events, the Park Road Parade, steps off Saturday for the 17th year. The Park Road Parade was the brainchild of Richard Patrissi, known as the unofficial "Mayor of Park Road." Patrissi, who died in...