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  • Former College Campus In Hartford's West End May Be Converted To Student Apartments

    Former College Campus In Hartford's West End May Be Converted To Student Apartments
    HARTFORD — The former Hartford College for Women campus in the West End — on the market for six years — may be developed for student housing for the nearby UConn School of Law. A development partnership including city lawyer Dwight H....
  • University of Hartford Hosts 40 Rwandan Educators For Training Program

    HARTFORD — With a class of nearly 50 students — many of whom live in poverty and travel long distances to attend school — and a classroom without any projectors or computers, Candide Ingabire faces challenges every day she teaches...
  • He Beat Leukemia, Now UHart Grad Bessette Is An MMA Fighter

    The diagnosis came in August 1988, when Matt Bessette was four months shy of his fourth birthday. Doctors at the UConn Medical Center told Matt's parents that their son had leukemia and the prognosis was not good. Matt endured a year of treatment...
  • Regional Digest: UConn Gets Another Football Recruit

    UConn Football Lands Another Justice Pettus-Dixon, a 5-foot-11, 182-pound cornerback from St. Frances Academy in Baltimore, committed to the UConn football program Wednesday. Pettus-Dixon is the 13th commitment in the Huskies' Class of 2015. He had...
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    test this is a story...test test test this is a test story Merriam, a longtime land-use lawyer at Robinson & Cole in Hartford, said he has taught at the law school as an adjunct professor for years and has long noted the need for student housing...
  • Covidien's 3,100 Employees Could Fare Well In Mega-Merger

    What will happen with Covidien and its 3,100 Connecticut employees if a proposed, $43 billion takeover by Medtronic Inc. goes forward? Steve Blazejewski, president of general surgical products at Covidien, wouldn't comment on that when he addressed...
  • 'Pitbull' Wins MMA Rematch Against Curran At Mohegan Sun

    UNCASVILLE — When his featherweight championship fight against Pat Curran was over, Patricio "Pitbull" Freire spit blood, climbed the cage and raised his arms. "I knew I had won," Freire said, "because I had come close to finishing him so many...
  • Labor Day's Meaning Has Evolved, Especially For Younger Workers

    Labor Day's Meaning Has Evolved, Especially For Younger Workers
    Think about the job market and the typical worker. It is, after all, Labor Day. The image you might conjure depends on who you are — whether you work, how you work and how much the workplace has rewarded or punished you. As big companies offer...
  • Regional Digest: Uhart Freshman Honored

    Uhart Freshman Honored University of Hartford freshman Andre Morrison was named the America East rookie of the week in men's soccer. ... Michell College senior defender Jordan Derosier (Bristol) was named NECC men's soccer player of the week while...
  • Angels nearing deal with first-round pick Sean Newcomb

    Angels nearing deal with first-round pick Sean Newcomb
    The Angels are making progress toward an agreement with first-round pick Sean Newcomb, the 6-foot-5, 240-pound left-hander from the University of Hartford who is facing a Friday deadline to sign with the Angels or return to college for his senior year....
  • It takes 16 innings before Angels beat Mariners, 3-2

    It takes 16 innings before Angels beat Mariners, 3-2
    KEY MOMENT: Mike Trout doubled with one out in the bottom of the 16th inning and, after Albert Pujols grounded out to the pitcher and Josh Hamilton was intenionally walked, pinch-hitter Efren Navarro stroked reliever Dominic Leone's first pitch into...