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  • Brian Harman takes Travelers Championship lead

    Brian Harman has always looked up to Bubba Watson, who preceded him as a standout left-hander for the University of Georgia Bulldogs. On Sunday, Watson will begin the day looking up the leaderboard at Harmon as the two begin play in the final round of...
  • Ken DeLeon: Silicon Valley's real estate rock star

    LOS ALTOS, Calif. Ken DeLeon parks his Rolls-Royce outside the Georgian-style mini-mansion that he anticipates selling for a whole lot more than its $5.49 million asking price. It's his latest listing. Inside, a tour for fellow real estate agents is in...
  • Community news for the Enfield edition

    Kingswood Oxford's Class of '15 Graduates ENFIELD - Christopher Giottonini, Samuel Kelly and Daniel Miller, all of Enfield, were among the 91 members of the Class of '15 to graduate from Kingswood Oxford on May 22, the first outdoor Commencement since...
  • Letter to the editor

    A special thank you to the following businesses that made the 23rd Annual Golf Tournament of the Tolland County Chamber of Commerce such a success. Because of their generous support, a great day was had by the participants, and a portion of the proceeds...
  • Community news for South Windsor edition

    South Windsor Boy Scout earns Eagle SOUTH WINDSOR - John Lacy of South Windsor recently attained the rank of Eagle in Troop 880. John's Eagle Project was done at Major Donnelly Reserve in South Windsor. His Eagle Project consisted of removing...
  • Here & Now for June 25

    Here & Now for June 25
    Entertainment in Lake County including concerts, performances and more. Antioch Fundraiser and drive: The Antioch Firefighters Association will host its 20th annual Pancake Breakfast from 7 a.m. to noon June 28 at Fire Station No. 1, 835 Holbek Drive....
  • 'I just hope my dad's proud of me,' Jordan Spieth says after U.S. Open win

    'I just hope my dad's proud of me,' Jordan Spieth says after U.S. Open win
    Jordan Spieth turned to his father Shawn on Sunday night, holding the U.S. Open trophy and saying he owed the victory to him. "To win this tournament on Father's Day," Spieth said, "I just hope my dad's proud of me." Spieth made a birdie on the 72nd...
  • Jordan Spieth wins second major in a row at U.S. Open

    Jordan Spieth wins second major in a row at U.S. Open
    Jordan Spieth won the 115th U.S. Open on Sunday at Chambers Bay after Dustin Johnson three-putted on the final hole with a chance to win. The victory makes Spieth the first player to win the year's first two majors since Tiger Woods won the Masters...
  • Jason Day's dizzy U.S. Open round at Chambers Bay

    Jason Day's dizzy U.S. Open round at Chambers Bay
    Trying to navigate Chambers Bay's lumpy, grumpy layout is more than enough to make a golfer queasy. But Jason Day's sickening moment here Friday went well beyond deep bunkers and lightning greens. The day had been going quite well for the 27-year-old...
  • Tiger Woods finishes with 76 in second round of U.S. Open

    Tiger Woods finishes with 76 in second round of U.S. Open
    Tiger Woods' nightmare of a U.S. Open is over. Woods shot a six-over-par 76 during the second round to finish the tournament with a 16-over-par 156, the worst 36-hole performance of his career. The three-time U.S. Open winner made eight bogeys Friday,...
  • U.S. Open Notes: Chambers Bay greens draw some criticism

    U.S. Open Notes: Chambers Bay greens draw some criticism
    Call them "browns," because they are hardly green. The putting surfaces on the Chambers Bay golf course look like a quilted patchwork of grass, so splotchy that they seem in need of a good paint job. That's the nature of fescue grass, which can look a...