| Oct 13, 2010
| 11:29 AM
HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: In 1631, the British, to prevent occupation of the area by Dutch settlers, granted a deed to several Englishmen, including Viscount Saye and Lord Brooke. Their combined names were given to the locality in 1636, the oldest English town name in the state. Saybrook was eventually broken up into several towns; Old Saybrook was incorporated on July 8, 1854.
| May 17, 2010
There were times throughout the regular season when Celtics fans wondered why they ever acquired Rasheed Wallace. The aging bad boy didn't seem like he had what the Celtics needed for a championship run. ESPN's Bill Simmons, the sports media's biggest...