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  • Regional Digest: Highsmith, Gillespie Athletes Of The Year

    Highsmith, Gillespie Athletes Of The Year Middletown senior Dario Highsmith and Capital Prep senior Kiah Gillespie have been selected as the Hal Levy High School Athletes of the Year by the Connecticut Sports Writers' Alliance. They will be honored at...
  • Leesburg ceremony honors fallen Marine

    LEESBURG — Four and a half years after Marine Staff Sgt. Michael Bock was killed in Afghanistan, about 100 people crowded a lakeside pavilion at Venetian Gardens on Friday to ensure that his memory will live on. Friends, family and veterans...
  • New principal starts at Public Safety Academy

    The Public Safety Academy has a new leader starting this month. The appointment of Jeff Larson as principal of the school was announced by the Capitol Region Education Council (CREC) Superintendent Dina Crowl. "I am pleased that after a comprehensive...
  • Family outraged by North Miami Beach cops' use of mugshots for target practice

    Family outraged by North Miami Beach cops' use of mugshots for target practice
    A South Florida family is outraged at North Miami Beach Police after mugshots were being used at a shooting range for police training, NBC-6 reported Thursday. Sgt. Valerie Deant, who plays clarinet with the Florida Army National Guard’s 13th Army...
  • Fired State Employee Keeping $53K Pension

    Fired State Employee Keeping $53K Pension
    Did James E. Liss, a former state employee fired for stealing and other activities, get off easy? Mr. Liss, 60, was fired a year ago from his job as a building superintendent at Camp Hartell in Windsor Locks following an internal investigation of...
  • Ex-Military Department Supervisor Granted Accelerated Rehabilitation

    ENFIELD - A former state Military Department supervisor fired for falsifying timecards, stealing state gas and ordering subordinates to do work at his home was granted accelerated rehabilitation Monday on charges that he stole hundreds of dollars worth of...
  • GOP tries a local yokel approach

    GOP tries a local yokel approach
    During her live, nationally televised Republican response to President Barack Obama's State of the Union address, U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, inserted a cute story from her childhood that seemed to offer everything a homespun narrative should offer &#...
  • State Report: Ex-Military Department Supervisor Falsified Time Cards, Used Staff For Personal Work

    At the Connecticut Military Department's Camp Hartell, they were known as "Jimmy Days" — work days that former Building Superintendent James Liss would take off but still get paid for. Liss, according to subordinates interviewed as part of an...
  • Enfield's CREC Public Safety Academy Hires New Principal

    ENFIELD — Jeff Larson has been appointed as the new principal at the Public Safety Academy. Larson, 36, of South Windsor, will start work in February at the 495-student school, according to the Capitol Region Education Council. Larson, who will be...
  • Two National Guard soldiers hurt in San Diego County helicopter crash

    Two National Guard soldiers hurt in San Diego County helicopter crash
    Two soldiers were hurt Tuesday night when a military helicopter crashed at a civilian airport in northeast San Diego County. The two, from the California Army National Guard, were on a routine training mission when the UH-60 Blackhawk crashed at the end...
  • In Wrana case, vet's service is honorable — but irrelevant

    In Wrana case, vet's service is honorable — but irrelevant
    Early in my career at the Tribune, I filed a feature story in which I referred to one of the women I'd interviewed as a grandmother. An hour or so later, an editor came to my desk, a printout of my story in her hand. Our conversation went something like...