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  • Glastonbury In The Past: The Tragic Story Of Anna Slogesky And Her Baby

    Glastonbury In The Past: The Tragic Story Of Anna Slogesky And Her Baby
    GLASTONBURY — Tragedy has often filled the pages of The Hartford Courant over its 250 years of publication. Few more tragic than the heartbreaking story of Glastonbury's Anna Slogesky who murdered her baby Alexander when she believed him to be...
  • A humble guardian watches over Ormond Beach

    A humble guardian watches over Ormond Beach
    It began with an albino parakeet named Whitey. As a child, Walter Fuller would play Johnny Cash on the record player in his bedroom and let Whitey out of his cage. Whitey would fly around and alight on the back of a chair or the corner of a nightstand...
  • Gators seniors, Will Muschamp set to play final home game Swamp

    Gators seniors, Will Muschamp set to play final home game Swamp
    GAINESVILLE — Max Garcia knew this day was coming. Will Muschamp did not. On Saturday, the Gators senior leader and the team's outgoing head coach will exit the tunnel in the Swamp for the final time when UF hosts Eastern Kentucky. Emotions...
  • Preview: Gators vs. Eastern Kentucky

    Preview: Gators vs. Eastern Kentucky
    Florida vs. Eastern Kentucky Where: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium TV: noon, SEC Network Weather: 74 degrees, mostly cloudy Online: OrlandoSentinel.com/swampthings, @osgators or #gators Quick slant: The Gators are 19-1 against non-BCS opponents in The...
  • QB Jeff Driskel shines in what could be final home game for Gators

    UF quarterback Jeff Driskel would have celebrated Senior Day on Saturday, if everything had gone according to plan. But little has gone as expected during the past two seasons. Driskel, a redshirt junior, missed nine games in 2013 with a broken leg....
  • Gators send Will Muschamp, seniors out with win in home finale

    GAINESVILLE — Chants of “Champ, Champ, Champ,” reverberated inside the Gators’ home locker room with much too little to cheer this season. In the afterglow of Saturday’s 52-3 win against Eastern Kentucky, coach Will...
  • Three things we learned from Gators 52-3 rout of Eastern Kentucky

    Three things we learned from Gators 52-3 rout of Eastern Kentucky 1. Demarcus Robinson has the talent to develop into a big-time receiver in 2015. Robinson's uneven sophomore season is a product of inexperience, a suspect supporting cast and a...
  • Artist brings 'Urban Swamp' to FAT Village Artwalk

    Artist brings 'Urban Swamp' to FAT Village Artwalk
    When Lake Worth artist Ashley Nardone wants to study nature up close, she doesn't seclude herself in a state park. Instead, she takes to the streets of South Florida, noting how cypress and sea grape trees interact with concrete architecture. Her...
  • Small, green and kind of cute — for your average amphibian

    Small, green and kind of cute — for your average amphibian
    It's small, green and cute in an amphibian sort of way. The green treefrog, Hyla cinerea, is a native species usually found near any permanent body of water. Lately, I've become fascinated by these 1- to 2.5-inch long cuties after noticing how many...
  • After 60 Years Of Bird Watching, Milan Bull Sees Successes, And Threats In CT

    "There's a yellow-crowned night heron … and a willet off to its right," says Milan Bull, surveying the generous salt marshes at the mouth of the Housatonic River. He spots them straight away, with naked eyes. The birds are at least 100 yards away,...
  • Guide to Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum: Nature just might get back to you

    Guide to Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum: Nature just might get back to you
    I thought I had finally gotten over my — let's not sugarcoat it — revulsion at being in butterfly gardens. My recent stop in the ambulatory bug atrium at the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum was probably my fifth in such a place, designed to...