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  • 5K Turned Out To Be The Win Of Her Life

    On March 15, 2014, Sharon Carabine Reiner got up, ate a little yogurt and granola, drank a half a cup of coffee and went to a 5K road race in Niantic. It was a normal routine for Reiner, 57, of Marlborough, who had been running for about 10 years. She...
  • On The Fly: Hartford Women In Championship Game

    The Hartford women's basketball team played two close games but lost each to Maine during the regular season. It seemed just a matter of time before the Hawks would beat the Black Bears and they did Sunday in the America East Tournament semifinals. The...
  • East Hartford edition community news

    Adelbrook opens two new programs EAST HARTFORD - Adelbrook Behavioral and Developmental Services has opened two new programs to help individuals with disabilities reach their maximum potential. Sense-Able Solutions, an Occupational and Speech Therapy...
  • Canton Cuts Fee To Non-Profits For Private Duty Police Service

    Canton Cuts Fee To Non-Profits For Private Duty Police Service
    CANTON — How much non-profit groups have to pay for town police officers working private duty assignments at events those organizations put on has been cut. Right now, any organization that needs a police officer to work a private duty...
  • John Kelley Statue Unveiled In Mystic

    MYSTIC — Geoff Smith, the 1984 and 1985 Boston Marathon champion, made his first pilgrimage to Mystic in June to honor the late John J. Kelley. But when he arrived in town and saw nothing at his destination after driving from Massachusetts, he...
  • Outdoors Calendar

    FISHING OCT.1: Farmington Valley Trout Unlimited monthly meeting, 6:30 p.m., Stonewell Restaurant, Route 6, Farmington. Frank Plona, who has been fishing local streams for 50 years, will present "How to Catch Big Survivor Trout on the Farmington and...
  • A Convergence Of Pro Sports On Greater Hartford Soil

    A Convergence Of Pro Sports On Greater Hartford Soil
    Nutmeggers are proud to cheer on our dual National Champion UConn Huskies and go to a minor league game or two, but there's nothing like sitting in the stands as the best professional athletes in the world face off. Well, dig out those jerseys,...
  • Legendary Runners Slow Down Long Enough To Marry

    Legendary Runners Slow Down Long Enough To Marry
    They lived 8,000 miles apart, a 36-hour trip door to door. Literally the other side of the Earth is how Kathrine Switzer describes the distance between her and Roger Robinson. They knew each other as statistics. Kathrine was the runner whom Boston...
  • On The Fly: Pettiness by Alabama, OK'd By NCAA

    Gaining traction on Twitter and elsewhere is the story of Daisha Simmons. She started her basketball career at Rutgers, transferred to Alabama and wanted to transfer to Seton Hall to finish her career as a post-graduate student. The reason: Her brother is...
  • YMCA: Celebrate the champions in your life

    When you think "champion," who comes to mind? The Boston Red Sox, the UConn Huskies? Most of us correlate "champion" with competitive athletes who are honored for rising to the top of their professions. The accomplishments of athletes are "celebrated"...
  • CT Weekend Includes Garlic, Chili, Project Runway, Marathon And More

    You can put pounds on and take them off all in one weekend as Connecticut gets ready for a marathon, a garlic fest, a couple of chili competitions and more. The more includes the North Central Agency on Aging’s 40th anniversary gala today, Oct 9,...