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  • New measures try to control stormwater in Elmhurst

    New measures try to control stormwater in Elmhurst
    Elmhurst officials this week approved more policies aimed at controlling stormwater on residential properties even as residents from some of the worst-hit areas complained about the trickle of moves that they said should be a torrent. The new policies...
  • Baseball | Ups, downs for Homer Glen native

    Baseball | Ups, downs for Homer Glen native
    Homer Glen native Rich Santarelli is not the first, nor will he be the last, to utter the quote, "Baseball is a game where you never know what is going to happen." The former Chicago Christian High School star knows firsthand the roller-coaster ride the...
  • Film industry struggles to find its role in wartime

    The people who tell the stories don't know what to say, at least not yet. Screenwriters, directors and producers say they feel it is far too early to understand how movies and television will deal with the events of Sept. 11 and the altered world that...
  • Tax Rebate: If It Looks Like A Duck ...

    On the face of it, it seems reasonable to let taxpayers taste the honey of good times — by, for example, returning extra tax money they had to pony up to balance the budget when times were bad. That's what Gov. Dannel P. Malloy wants to do with...
  • Is Connecticut Writing Off Big-Time Tax Delinquents?

    Is Connecticut Writing Off Big-Time Tax Delinquents?
    Connecticut officials routinely publish an annual list of this state's top tax dodgers. And for several years, the name of a high-flying developer and controversial buddy of our felonious ex-Gov. John G. Rowland appeared regularly at or near the top of...
  • Frozen Four: Union beats Minnesota for NCAA hockey title

    Frozen Four: Union beats Minnesota for NCAA hockey title
    PHILADELPHIA -- Union College won its first NCAA hockey title Saturday night at the Frozen Four, scoring three times in a 1:54 span in the first period in a 7-4 victory over Minnesota on Saturday night. Mike Vecchione tied the score at 2 with 4:01...
  • Union College tops Minnesota in NCAA championship

    Union College tops Minnesota in NCAA championship
    Union College entered the NCAA tournament as the No. 1 team in the country, and defended that lofty perch with a 7-4 victory over second-ranked Minnesota on Saturday night, for the program's first Division I national championship. Shayne Gostisbehere...
  • Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus to write book on abduction, imprisonment

    Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus, two of the three women held captive for about 10 years in a house in Cleveland, are working on a book. And they've got some heavy-hitters to help them. The book, about their years of imprisonment and daring escape, will be...
  • The Quotable Edith Prague

    The Quotable Edith Prague
    January 27, 1999 From a Courant Op-Ed on Prague's opposition to the deal to build a stadium for the New England Patriots in downtown Hartford: "Those who support the stadium deal say it will be a partnership between Connecticut and the Kraft family. I...
  • Online Sales Tax Protects Local Retailers

    Online retail sales are growing. Companies from Connecticut can sell all over the country and retailers in other states can sell in Connecticut without the cost of a storefront or a sales force. It is a very profitable marketplace offering choice and...
  • 2004 PROFILE: The Crown Prince: The Public And Private Life Of Dick Blumenthal

    The heat was making the attorney general's pants slip. A cover band was pumping out a disturbingly loud version of ``Beware the Devil Woman'' and there was no shade whatsoever on the dusty grounds of the Elks Club in East Hartford, where the annual...