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  • New York wine makers vie with France's top Merlot producers

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Long Island wineries are smaller, younger and have less experience than their French counterparts, but some local vintners think the Merlot wines they produce compare favorably with those made in Bordeaux. Many different types of...
  • New York man gets life in prison for killing policeman and driver

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A New York man was sentenced to life in prison without parole on Friday for fatally shooting a police officer during a traffic stop on Long Island and killing a second man in an attempt to escape, the local prosecutor said. Judge...
  • Take a walk on the Connecticut Freedom Trail

    Today, following the stops on the Connecticut Freedom Trail is a sobering, yet risk-free adventure into the past of our multi-faceted state. Those who originally tred it did so secretly, often in the dead of night, and if they were caught they could be...
  • Towson Game Of Last Season Not Far From UConn's Mind

    Towson Game Of Last Season Not Far From UConn's Mind
    A year ago, the UConn football team opened the season with a loss to FCS opponent Towson. On Saturday, the Huskies host another FCS program when Stony Brook visits Rentschler Field. For the players who were part of last season's opener, the Towson loss...
  • Ex-Trinity Coach Priore Back With Stony Brook To Face UConn

    Ex-Trinity Coach Priore Back With Stony Brook To Face UConn
    When Jeff Devanney inherited the Trinity football program as a 35-year-old, first-time head coach, he thought about his predecessor and decided that some things would remain the same. Chuck Priore, after all, was at the helm for 30 consecutive...
  • Llega a Nueva York servicio de taxi solo para mujeres

    Llega a Nueva York servicio de taxi solo para mujeres
    Nueva York va a ser testigo próximamente del nacimiento de una aplicación para taxis manejados por mujeres solo para mujeres, según informa The New York Times. Prestando servicio a la ciudad de Nueva York y a las zonas suburbanas de Westchester y Long...
  • UConn Readying For Stony Brook In Week Two

    A year ago, the UConn football team opened the season with a loss to Football Championship Subdivision opponent Towson. On Saturday, the Huskies host another FCS program when Stony Brook visits Rentschler Field. For the players who were part of last...
  • Celebrity chef Todd English charged with intoxicated driving in New York

    (Reuters) - Celebrity chef Todd English, owner of a number of trendy U.S. restaurants including Figs in Boston, was arrested on Sunday on a charge of intoxicated driving in Southampton on New York's Long Island. English was arraigned on a misdemeanor...
  • Beefed-Up Kentan Facey Hopes To Make Impact In Sophomore Season

    Beefed-Up Kentan Facey Hopes To Make Impact In Sophomore Season
      STORRS — When last season started, Kentan Facey wasn't sure if he'd be allowed to play for UConn. Then as the season progressed, he wondered when he might get the chance. "That's definitely a dark place," Facey said before the Huskies played...
  • Pols: Shipbuilding Critical To Connecticut's Economy

    NEW LONDON — Ship repair and shipbuilding is "largely invisible to most of our state," said U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, "but it is a critical core strand to our economic vitality." Blumenthal and U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney, D-2nd District, held a...
  • Thanks to one man's quest, Chequamegon Bay still producing big bass and drawing anglers

    ASHLAND, Wis. Roger Lapenter covered a lot of territory before he wound up on Chequamegon Bay running a bait shop he never intended to buy. He was a ski instructor at Aspen Mountain in Colorado, guiding fly fishers on mountain streams in summers. He fly-...