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  • Community news for Windsor edition

    Christina Vida honored with Connecticut DAR Arbor Award WINDSOR - On the evening of March 27, at the annual banquet of the Connecticut Daughters of the Revolution (CT DAR) Windsor Historical Society Curator Christina Vida was presented with the Arbor...
  • Burundi coup bid could plunge nation into another civil war

    Burundi coup bid could plunge nation into another civil war
    Is there such a thing as a “good” coup? Some observers thought Wednesday’s attempted coup in Burundi might be one, aborting President Pierre Nkurunziza’s widely criticized bid for a third term and perhaps even paving the way...
  • Fran Fisher, the 'ultimate Penn Stater,' dies at 91

    Fran Fisher, the 'ultimate Penn Stater,' dies at 91
    Fran Fisher, the longtime Penn State broadcaster who connected with three different football coaches, died Wednesday night. He was 91. Though he didn’t graduate from Penn State, Fisher was named an honorary alumnus following a broadcasting...
  • Community News for Windsor edition

    Scot Haney and Frank Rende Named 2015 CRIS Radio Champions WINDSOR - CRIS Radio, a nonprofit and the only radio-reading service for people who are blind or print challenged in Connecticut, recently named Scot Haney, WFSB meteorologist and co-host of...
  • Fran Fisher, the voice of Penn State football, dies at 91

    Fran Fisher, the voice of Penn State football, dies at 91
    Fran Fisher, the longtime radio voice of Penn State football who called the team's first national championship, died Wednesday. He was 91. Fisher's son Jerry announced the news on Twitter. Fisher was a fixture in the Penn State radio booth in the...
  • College of DuPage board to vote on releasing radio station investigation

    College of DuPage board to vote on releasing radio station investigation
    The College of DuPage board of trustees is expected to vote Thursday night on whether to release details of an investigation that will show if school officials knew that one of its radio station employees — who was charged in February with...
  • Ex-College of DuPage campus radio employee indicted on theft, forgery counts

    Ex-College of DuPage campus radio employee indicted on theft, forgery counts
    A former College of DuPage employee was indicted Thursday on felony charges alleging he stole from the campus radio station in a series of thefts, some of which took place while he was on probation for pilfering from another local college. The 12-count...
  • Gospel, blues caught fire on WFTL in 1947

    Gospel, blues caught fire on WFTL in 1947
    Broward County's first black-oriented radio station, WFTL-AM 1400, crackled to life in 1947, much to the delight of the county's black residents. The station, which due to a rough wartime economy had previously broadcast from a houseboat near the...
  • Immersed In The Light We Cannot See

    Immersed In The Light We Cannot See
    Last week, I finished reading "All the Light We Cannot See," the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Anthony Doerr. My book-group discussion reminded me how literacy in general and science literacy in particular, can help us appreciate the finer things in...
  • Club Notes for April 11 to April 18

    EDITOR'S NOTE: Club information is printed free for local nonprofit activities weekly. Submit information two weeks in advance; all items run, space permitting. Submit by: Email: commnews@capgaznews.com. Mail: Community News, The Capital, 888 Bestgate...
  • 2015 Toyota Yaris overshadowed by better subcompacts

    2015 Toyota Yaris overshadowed by better subcompacts
    The 4-speed automatic transmission might be the most curious part of the redesigned 2015 Toyota Yaris. A 5-speed manual is standard, but Americans prefer automatics to manuals as much as they do gas to diesel. The limited, outdated transmission means...