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  • WNPR's McEnroe Celebrates Show's 5th Anniversary

    WNPR's McEnroe Celebrates Show's 5th Anniversary
    There was the Beach Boy sing-a-long, the Bill Curry look-alike contest and lots of sincere good wishes and tongue-in-cheek laughs at Infinity Hall Tuesday as WNPR personality/show host and Courant columnist Colin McEnroe threw a bash to celebrate the...
  • Gratitude For Coach Toner

    The first time I met coach John Toner was in his office in New Britain High School in 1957. We discussed my wanting to play football on his team during my senior year. I needed his approval after surviving my second bout with rheumatic fever a few years...
  • Glastonbury High Sends 91% Of Graduates To Higher Education

    Glastonbury High Sends 91% Of Graduates To Higher Education
    GLASTONBURY — More than 91 percent of the largest class to graduate from Glastonbury High School went off to either a two-year or four-year college. Edward Gregorski, the school system's director of guidance, said 518 graduates of the class of...
  • Derek Jeter: For So Many, No. 2 Will Always Be No. 1

    Derek Jeter: For So Many, No. 2 Will Always Be No. 1
    NEW YORK — Ryan Tucker was a visitor at Yankee Stadium in June. He had just finished a long, arduous round of chemotherapy for treatment of a brain tumor and the prognosis was good as he was made an honorary Yankee during the team's "Hope Week."...
  • Sharing His Painful Holocaust Story Has Been Therapeutic, Rabbi Says

    Sharing His Painful Holocaust Story Has Been Therapeutic, Rabbi Says
    WEST HARTFORD — When Rabbi Philip Lazowski's mother pushed him from a second-floor window of the Kino movie theater in the Polish town of Zetl in August 1942, she had some important words for him. "She told me, 'I want you to be somebody and...
  • St. Joe's Mapusaga Brings Taste Of Hawaii To West Hartford

    St. Joe's Mapusaga Brings Taste Of Hawaii To West Hartford
    Over the past few weeks, Tiffany Mapusaga has been introduced to some late-summer/early-fall activities by her new teammates on the St. Joseph volleyball team. Apple picking and river tubing had never been options. Even window shopping at Blue Back Square...
  • Artists Create Works From Cut Paper At Joseloff Gallery

    Artists Create Works From Cut Paper At Joseloff Gallery
    Randal Thurston calls his artwork "a little bit of a high-wire act." "I don't design anything. I take the individual components and look at them and see what will work," said Thurston. "I want to make something that could exist only in the space that it...
  • UHart Student Arrested On Drug Charges

    UHart Student Arrested On Drug Charges
    HARTFORD — A University of Hartford student was arrested Sunday after police found evidence of a marijuana-selling operation in his dorm room, police said. Forrest Lennhoff, 18, of North Andover, Mass., was charged with operating a drug factory,...
  • Avon Police Cadets Attend Regional Competition

    Avon Police Cadets Attend Regional Competition
    AVON — The town police department's growing cadet program sent members to a regional competition for the first time recently, with four of them among the top finishers in parts of the contest. Six members of the police department's cadet program...
  • St. Francis Celebrates Miracles Silver Anniversary

    St. Francis Celebrates Miracles Silver Anniversary
    It was a near miracle some say, when leadership at St. Francis Hospital and Mt. Sinai sat down a little over 25 years ago to hammer out a plan to merge the two medical entities. And the rest as they say, is history as the two organizations-turned-one...
  • University Of Hartford Panel Reflects On Civil Rights Act

    While overt racism has dwindled in the 50 years since the Civil Rights Act, a panel discussion Monday at the University of Hartford discussed the ways inequality and subtle bias persists throughout society. WEST HARTFORD — While overt racism has...