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  • Touring The New Yankee Stadium

    Touring The New Yankee Stadium
    It's now the House that Steinbrenner (and New York taxpayers) Built, part coliseum and part baseball cathedral. It';s Yankee Stadium 2.0, built on the everlasting foundation of Gehrig and Ruth, Dimaggio, Mantle and Maris, Jeter and Rivera. Visitors line...
  • Suffolk's Clay Grady, 10, will be in outfield during Monday's MLB Home Run Derby

    Ten-year old Clay Grady and his father David drove about eight minutes up the road in Suffolk to Creekside Elementary School to participate in his local Pitch, Hit & Run contest this April. Clay's skills around the diamond have earned him the...
  • Warren eyeing home victory in Scottish Open

    (Reuters) - Scot Marc Warren is eyeing a home triumph at the Scottish Open but will have to hold off the formidable challenge of the 2013 U.S. Open champion Justin Rose to prevail at Royal Aberdeen. Warren hit a four-under par 67 on Saturday to reach 10-...
  • After break, Fallston's Leiter trains his eye on more titles in field archery

    After break, Fallston's Leiter trains his eye on more titles in field archery
    When Mike Leiter practices archery at the Harford Bowmen club at Susquehanna State Park, it might not appear he is having fun. Leiter, one of the most successful archers in the country, is a quiet person, especially when practicing. Each shot, even when...
  • More people, more development: What the Grand Canyon doesn't need

    More people, more development: What the Grand Canyon doesn't need
    To the editor: I am not an elitist hiker, but all the hours planning and completing a Grand Canyon hike earned me the right to enjoy the spectacular sights when I got to Phantom Ranch at the bottom. ("National Park Service calls development plans a threat...
  • Busway Will Be Game-Changer

    The League of Voters of Greater Hartford is looking forward to the grand opening of CTfastrak next spring and we urge residents of the region to imagine how rapid transit can transform Hartford and its environs. Already, you can catch glimpses of the...
  • Millennium Park: 10 years old and an economic boon

     Millennium Park: 10 years old and an economic boon
    Millennium Park, which turns 10 Wednesday, is the best thing former Mayor Richard M. Daley ever did. But as this month's titillating trial over a controversial contract for the Park Grill shows, the popular park has never fully detached itself from...
  • Copa Airlines kicks off Fort Lauderdale-to-Panama route

    Copa Airlines kicks off Fort Lauderdale-to-Panama route
    Copa Airlines opened up another gateway to Latin America on Friday with the launch of nonstop service between Fort Lauderdale and Panama City, Panama. The Panamanian carrier inaugurated the new route from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International...
  • GCC trustee publishes photographic journey of Armenia

    GCC trustee publishes photographic journey of Armenia
    Although Vahe Peroomian was born in California, he has always felt a connection to the landscape of his ancestral homeland: Armenia. That link, and his many visits to the country, inspired him to publish "A Photographic Journey of My Homeland, Armenia,"...
  • Loomis Chafee Soccer Team Has Special Costa Rican Rooting Interest

    Loomis Chafee Soccer Team Has Special Costa Rican Rooting Interest
    WINDSOR — As the Costa Rican national team advanced deeper into this summer's World Cup, Los Ticos had a strong contingent of fans at Loomis Chafee School in Windsor. Members of the Loomis boy's soccer team met the Costa Rican team last summer when...
  • Congestion Pricing Won't Solve Highway Woes

    I-84 is not a local road. It is critically important part of the federal interstate highway system. In fact, I-84 in Hartford is the busiest highway in the state, with more than 175,000 vehicles per day. It needs to be expanded to increase capacity so...