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  • Angels to limit top draft pick Sean Newcomb's workload in first season

    Angels to limit top draft pick Sean Newcomb's workload in first season
    Left-hander Sean Newcomb, the first-round pick who signed with the Angels for $2.518 million Friday, will report to the team’s Arizona Summer League affiliate on Sunday with a tentative plan to join Class-A Burlington (Iowa) in the Midwest League by...
  • Angels sign top pick Sean Newcomb for $2.518 million

    The Angels reached agreement with first-round pick Sean Newcomb on a signing bonus of $2.518 million Friday morning, just hours before a 2 p.m. PDT deadline to secure picks from the June draft. Newcomb, a 6-foot-5, 240-pound left-hander from the...
  • Aging Hartford Project On Redevelopment Track

    Aging Hartford Project On Redevelopment Track
    They are referred to simply as "Westbrook-Bowles." Westbrook Village and Chester Bowles Park are two old, dilapidated housing projects that occupy a lot of land — a total of more than 130 acres — on two non-adjoining parcels in the...
  • UHart AD Anton Goff Is Banking On Men's Basketball Success

    UHart AD Anton Goff Is Banking On Men's Basketball Success
    WEST HARTFORD — Anton Goff has so much energy, I fear standing in the same room as the new Hartford athletic director and his kinetic men's basketball coach John Gallagher. Light bulbs surely will flicker and explode. The earth below the Hartford-...
  • Buster Keaton Double Feature At U Of H

    Buster Keaton Double Feature At U Of H
    Patrick Miller, an associate professor of music theory at University of Hartford's Hartt School, is also a pianist and a popular silent-film accompanist. He performs Saturday, Sept. 13, for a double feature of Buster Keaton comedies. The short "One...
  • UConn Holds Onto No. 19 Ranking Among National Public Universities

    UConn Holds Onto No. 19 Ranking Among National Public Universities
    The rankings that colleges and universities "love to hate and hate to love" came out Tuesday, without much change for most Connecticut schools. U.S. News & World Report again ranked the University of Connecticut at No. 19 among the top national public...
  • Central Football: Keeping Focus After Upset Victory

    A college football coach's job, so long as there is another game to prepare for, is to focus on what was wrong with his team's most recent performance. A prolonged sense of satisfaction is experienced only if the final game of the season is won, because a...
  • Two MMA Events At Casinos On Same Night? Dana White Unfazed

    Two MMA Events At Casinos On Same Night? Dana White Unfazed
    If you think this is a homecoming for Dana White, think again. "I really don't know anything about Connecticut," the controversial Manchester-born UFC czar said Wednesday. And if you think White is geeked up to go against Bellator MMA and its new...
  • Regional Digest: Connecticut Tigers Lose Game 1

    Tigers Lose Game 1 The Connecticut Tigers scattered 10 hits but scored just two runs in a 3-2, 11-inning loss to the Tri-City ValleyCats in Game 1 of the New York-Penn League semifinals Wednesday night at Dodd Stadium. The Tigers will travel to Troy, N....
  • 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....
  • 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...