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  • READER SUBMITTED: Say Yes To The Prom Dress: 100 Dresses,100 Smiles

    Earlier this week, 100 prom dresses were lined up on a rack at Executive Cleaners' corporate headquarters, in Milford. Throughout the year, young women have dropped off lightly used prom dresses to Executive Cleaners. Upon arrival, the dresses are dry...
  • Students' works recognized at Youth Art Expo

    Students' works recognized at Youth Art Expo
    Roughly 20 Burbank students were recognized for their artistic talents this week as part of the annual Youth Art Expo, which featured the drawings, sketches and sculptures of more than 200 students. The program, which was organized by the park,...
  • Blackhawk alumni honor Loyola athlete

    Blackhawk alumni honor Loyola athlete
    When a fellow guest at the Blackhawk Alumni luncheon offered congratulations to Loyola hockey player Cal Callahan, he didn’t know why he was being singled out. There were more than a dozen other athletes being recognized by the association that...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Bolton High Future Business Leaders Of America Takes Home Awards

    On March 31, Bolton High School chapter for Future Business Leaders of America attended the 52nd Annual State Leadership Conference at the Crowne Plaza and Conference Center in Cromwell, Connecticut. Over 500 students from various high schools around...
  • Glastonbury High School Basketball Team of 1915-16 Finishes Season 10-1

    Glastonbury High School Basketball Team of 1915-16 Finishes Season 10-1
    GLASTONBURY — There has been a lot of attention on the University of Connecticut's basketball programs after each won the national championship this week. But the 1915/16 Glastonbury High School team didn't do too shabby. On April 11, 1916, the...
  • Northampton High School to host student art show May 1

    Northampton Area High School is hosting a student Art Show, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, May 1, in the auxiliary gym. In addition to student artwork, guests may enjoy music, refreshments and free samples of Rita's Italian Ice, according to the high school'...
  • Broadneck has AACPS Teacher of Year, St. Martin's has independent honoree

    Broadneck has AACPS Teacher of Year, St. Martin's has independent honoree
    A social studies teacher at Broadneck High School was named Anne Arundel County Public Schools Teacher of the Year for 2013-14 at the county's annual Excellence in Education Awards banquet Thursday night. Christina Houstian, Broadneck's second teacher...
  • Catasauqua High School seeks to hire marching band director for 2014-15 school year

    Catasauqua High School is hiring a marching band director for the 2014-15 school year. Interested applicants should have previous experience as a director or assistant director in a successful marching band program, according to the high school's...
  • Emmaus High offering parents math instruction

    Now parents of Emmaus High School students can go back to school, too. The Emmaus High School math department offers math workshops to aid parents and guardians in helping their children with math homework, according to an Emmaus High School press...
  • South Windsor Honors Renowned Basketball Coach

    Each person, sitting on chairs on the basketball court, rose to give Charlie Sharos a standing ovation Thursday night. Dabbing away a few tears, he looked proudly at the unveiled sign on the gymnasium wall. Beneath a picture of a South Windsor High School...
  • Nona Burney, Roosevelt University professor, 1949 — 2014

    Nona Burney, Roosevelt University professor, 1949 — 2014
    After long stints as a teacher and principal in Cleveland, Nona Burney joined the faculty of Roosevelt University's College of Education in Chicago, which she saw as a way to extend her efforts to improve the education of students from diverse...