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Crosswords
Crossword puzzles take the form of a square grid of black and white squares. The goal of this word puzzle is to fill the white squares with letters, forming words or phrases, by solving clues which lead to the answers. (HARTFORD COURANT)
Crossword puzzles take the form of a square grid of black and white squares. The goal of this word puzzle is to fill the white squares with letters, forming words or phrases, by solving clues which lead to the answers. (HARTFORD COURANT) « Show less

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  • Ask Amy: Sham wedding makes faux out of friends

    Ask Amy: Sham wedding makes faux out of friends
    Dear Amy: A friend of 15 years had her wedding this past fall. In my recent phone conversation with the "bride," she slipped up and I learned the couple were never legally married. The "bride" said the "groom" wanted to wait until 2015 because of...
  • The Latest: Girls and other mysteries

    'City of Brick and Shadow' Tim Wirkus Tyrus Books; 282 pages Jimmy Hoffa disappeared in 1975, and most of us, I think, accept that the mob did him in. Amelia Earhart lost radio contact somewhere in the Pacific, and we've narrowed her fate down to...
  • Reader Feedback Jan. 27: Grammar police, Barack Obama, acronyms

    Grammar police citations •This is a message from a member of the grammar police. In the Thursday, Jan. 22, crossword puzzle, item 25 across says that the answer would be to the clue "one-thousandth of a liter, briefly," and the answer is "mil." Mil...
  • Feedback: Audio news, watchdog work and more

    •Karen: Your reply to Margaret in Williamsburg was incredibly dismissive. ... While there is likely nothing the paper can do to help her, a trite throw-away comment about stronger glasses is really offensive. Her disease is robbing her of her...
  • Feedback 11/21/14: Feedback on feedback, print size, history and other stories

    •John, Newport News: My Dear "Feedback" folk: Difficult as it is, I will try to be civil about this. It is a ridiculous waste of space, and, moreover, a meaningless affront to us print subscribers to print so-called Facebook Feedback natterings in...
  • Offenders of the Western faith

    Western civilization's creed is free thought and expression, the lubricant of everything from democracy to human rights. Even a simpleton in the West accepts that protecting free expression is not the easy task of ensuring the right to read Homer's...
  • Elizabeth "Betty" Wallis Terry Evans December 2, 1941 - January 5, 2015

    Born to Mildred Shearin Terry and Wallace C. Terry I at West Point Academy. Came to Glendale, California in 1949 with her mother, older sister (Cathy) and younger brother (Wally II). She married William “Bill” Evans on April 18, 1960....
  • Genevieve M. DiCamillo, homemaker

    Genevieve M. DiCamillo, homemaker
    Genevieve M. DiCamillo, a homemaker and accomplished Italian cook who was known for her family dinners, died Saturday at her Hamilton home of breast cancer. She was 105. The daughter of immigrant Italian parents, Angelo Santastefano, a coal miner, and...
  • Even if you backslide, resolving to improve your health is worthwhile

    If you've ever made New Year's resolutions that include adopting better health habits, you probably know they aren't easy to keep. The reason resolutions often don't work is because lasting change is usually not accomplished in a dramatic leap but through...
  • Charlotte Maguire: Medical pioneer blended love into work ethic

    Charlotte Maguire: Medical pioneer blended love into work ethic
    In the early 20th century, a strict grandmother might have instructed her granddaughter not to play marbles with the boys. She may have cited the root of her concern: It was not lady-like. Such thought was typical for Charlotte Maguire's grandmother,...
  • For Virginia Constantine, family was focus of a lifetime of activity

    For Virginia Constantine, family was focus of a lifetime of activity
    Virginia Constantine's father died when she was 11 at the start of the Great Depression, and her mother held her family of five together in their home on Greene Street in downtown Baltimore. So it was not a foreign experience for Mrs. Constantine to do...