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  • Outdoors notebook

    Dolphin results: Joe Kessling's Off Duty caught a 21-pound dolphin Saturday to top a 20-boat fleet and win the Mahi-Mahi Madness II Charity Fishing Tournament held by the Sons of The American Legion Post 304 in Dania Beach. Reel Lady was second with a 13-...
  • READER SUBMITTED: American Legion Auxiliary Call To Convention

    Helen Goewey, of Prospect, president of the American Legion Auxiliary for the State of Connecticut will convene the 94th Annual Department of CT Convention on July 10. The Convention will be held at the Sheraton Hartford South Hotel, 100 Capitol Blvd.,...
  • Amateur Baseball: Southington Shuts Out Tobacco Valley

    Tim Norton and Craig Frobel combined to pitch a three-hit shutout as Southington defeated Tobacco Valley 2-0 in a Connecticut Collegiate Baseball League game at Southington High School. Norton pitched the first four innings and Frobel went the final...
  • Harter Strikes Out Seven In Newington Legion Win

    Jeff Harter allowed six hits in six innings and had seven strikeouts as Newington defeated Tri-County 3-2 in an American Legion Zone 7 game at Legends Field in Newington. Kyle Bellizzi threw a hitless seventh inning to secure the victory and get the...
  • Obama selects former Procter & Gamble chief to lead Veterans Affairs

    Obama selects former Procter & Gamble chief to lead Veterans Affairs
    In nominating Bob McDonald as the next secretary of Veterans Affairs, President Obama is recruiting a West Point graduate with experience in running a big corporation — Procter & Gamble — to turn around a department whose failure to provide...
  • From The Sports Pages Of UConn History, A Stand Against Anti-Japanese Racism

    From The Sports Pages Of UConn History, A Stand Against Anti-Japanese Racism
    It was only a football game, and as college games go it was hardly worth remembering. But to one proud spectator, it was a whole lot more than that. "The biggest kick of all was the lesson in democracy that was being enacted out there," read a letter,...
  • Fairbanks Sr. and Fairbanks Jr. [updated]

     
    Douglas Fairbanks Sr., right, bids farewell to Doug Jr., as dad and stepmother, actress Mary Pickford, travel to Europe....
  • Amateur Baseball: Rosado Has Big Day In Hartford's Win

    Ed Rosado had two hits and two RBI as Hartford defeated Newington 9-3 in an American Legion Zone 7 game at Legends Field in Newington. Glynn Baron and Ralph Ramos each had two hits and an RBI for Hartford (4-4). Elvin Gonzalez had two hits and scored...
  • Riding a patriotic wave

    Riding a patriotic wave
    It's tough being the Statue of Liberty. Vanessa Butler learned that lesson her first year riding in the Old Glory Boat Parade. The Newport Beach resident joined family and friends in decorating a patriotic vessel, and with her tall stature, she proved a...
  • Sunday's 6/29 local schedule (updated Saturday PM)

    BASEBALL Exhibition: USA Baseball Collegiate National Team vs. Peninsula Pilots (at War Memorial Stadium), 7 International League: Norfolk at Rochester, 1:05 Eastern League: Bowie at Richmond, 1:35 Southern Virginia Adult Baseball League: Peninsula...
  • Martel's Single and Run in Ninth Gives Bristol Walk-off Win

    Kyle Pileski's two-out single scored Jake Martel in the bottom of the ninth inning to give Bristol a 2-1 walk-off American Legion Zone 1 win over Unionville in nine innings at Muzzy Field. Martel singled with two outs and scored the winning run after...