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  • Locals prepare for one more battle

    The 2010 prep football season reaches closure Friday with the 52nd annual Brea Lions Orange County North-South All-Star Game at Orange Coast College. Courtland Drummond (tight end) and Brandon Moss (offensive line), Zane Hudak (offensive line) of...
  • New U.S. census numbers herald a greater Latino presence in the Chicago area

    New U.S. census numbers herald a greater Latino presence in the Chicago area
    New U.S. census figures herald a future where Spanish is more likely to be heard inside classrooms and everything from politics to fashion and food will be executed with a Latin flair. After a steady increase of Latinos in the area due to births and...
  • Oilers have high hopes

    Oilers have high hopes
    The first month of the season will let Huntington Beach know what kind of football team it is. So says Coach Eric Lo, who begins his fifth year at the school. The first three weeks of the season, in particular, could set the tone. That said, Lo does...
  • Herman Cain gaining on Mitt Romney in New Hampshire

    Herman Cain gaining on Mitt Romney in New Hampshire
    New Hampshire is still Mitt Romney country, but Herman Cain is rising fast, according to two new surveys of Republican voters in the first-in-the-nation primary state. A poll released Monday from the Institutes of Politics at Harvard University and St....
  • Walk-ons fill their role and Maryland's roster

    Walk-ons fill their role and Maryland's roster
    They are an eclectic group, more typical of college students who find themselves living in the same dormitory than basketball players who wind up on the same Division I team. As they hung out together during Maryland's Media Day earlier this month at...
  • Two Storm Panel To Hear From Electric, TeleComm Providers

    The panel commissioned by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to investigate the response to Tropical Strom Irene and the October nor'easter will hear from officials from the electrical and telecommunications utilities today as well as a professor studying the impact...
  • Simsbury, Tolland, South Windsor Leaders Testify At Two Storm Panel Against CL&P Storm Performance

    Tell us the bad news early. Frustrated town officials from Simsbury, Tolland, Somers, and Roxbury delivered that message when they testified in front of Gov. Dannel Malloy's Two Storm commission Tuesday as huge mounds of brush remained piled along the...
  • From The Archives, June 8: During Cup Finals, Jon Quick Turned Hamden Into An L.A. Kings Town

    HAMDEN - Loyalties are often divided in a community described by its own mayor as a strong hockey town.     Many Hamden hockey fans root for the New York Rangers and some cheer for the Boston Bruins. There are even a few drawn to the New Jersey Devils or...
  • Lake Forest High School opens without teachers during labor strike

    Lake Forest High School opens without teachers during labor strike
    While teachers remained on strike, Lake Forest High School reopened Monday, apparently with enough students and certified teachers on hand to meet state criteria. But whether the unusual move by the district will allow Monday to count as an official...
  • Talks go on as Lake Forest keeps school doors open

    Talks go on as Lake Forest keeps school doors open
    Negotiations continue today as students to Lake Forest High School this morning for a second day of school without striking teachers. The Lake Forest school board and teachers union broke off negotiations at 11 p.m. Monday and will resume talks at 3 p....
  • In Scouting reports, a pattern of molestation

    The thousands of men expelled from the Boy Scouts of America on suspicion of molesting children came from all walks of life — teachers and plumbers, doctors and bus drivers, politicians and policemen. They ranged in age from teens to senior citizens...