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  • Navy simulation programs to provide more UCF internships

    Navy simulation programs to provide more UCF internships
    The University of Central Florida has signed a new agreement with the U.S. Navy to cooperate more on training and military simulation programs. The agreement, signed Tuesday, allows employees from both institutions to share laboratories and other...
  • 'A Yen to Trade:' Japan-US car dispute threatens Obama's trade plans

    SAITAMA, Japan After buying his racy 2005 Dodge Viper for $85,000, Tomomitsu Chiyoda still drives mainly in the slow lane on Japanese roads, he said, making it easier for spectators to take photographs of his silver convertible from the United States....
  • Over 900 Pounds Of Baked Goods Donated To Enfield Cookies For Camouflage Drive

    Over 900 Pounds Of Baked Goods Donated To Enfield Cookies For Camouflage Drive
    ENFIELD – Over 900 pounds of donations were collected Sunday in the fifth annual Cookies for Camouflage campaign. Cookies for Camouflage was started by Enfield Hooah, a military support web site run by Enfield resident Lori Gates. Organizers...
  • WWII prisoner of war receives apologies during visit to Japan

    WWII prisoner of war receives apologies during visit to Japan
    Darrell Stark, age 92, of Stafford Springs, recently met with U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney (D-2) to talk about his recent trip to Japan. Stark and six other former prisoners of war held by Japan during World War II made the journey as guests of the Japanese...
  • War contractors ready for Middle East battle

    President Barack Obama has stressed that the U.S.-led coalition fight against the Islamic State can be won without "boots on the ground." But it depends on who's wearing the boots. Thousands of private security contractors, who played critical, below-...
  • Shoeshine man with bounce in his step gains a foothold at Union Station

    Shoeshine man with bounce in his step gains a foothold at Union Station
    Marco Ramirez could not be more proud of his new shoeshine stand at Union Station. It was specially built out of wood to echo the waiting room's Art Deco armchairs. The brass footrests gleam. Ramirez beams. He stretches his arms wide. With these...
  • Timber Creek player wins spot on film crew of Army All-America bowl

    Timber Creek player wins spot on film crew of Army All-America bowl
    Timber Creek offensive lineman  Ryan Urquart missed his entire senior year after herniating a disk during the preseason.  He turned 10 games on the sideline into a video project that won him a spot on the film crew for the U.S. Army All-America bowl...
  • Calvert Hall's Lawrence Cager to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl

    Calvert Hall's Lawrence Cager to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl
    Calvert Hall wide receiver Lawrence Cager will play in the 15th annual U.S. Army All-American Bowl, one of the premier senior all-star football games in the country. The game will be televised live on NBC Jan. 3 from the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas....
  • Coon Leaving Glastonbury Town Council

    Coon Leaving Glastonbury Town Council
    GLASTONBURY — During his 14 years of public service, Councilman Timothy P. Coon only knew one way to serve. "I put my heart into this town," Coon said Monday. "And I wanted to do the job right by putting the time into it that it required." But...
  • Dr. Thomas Murphy, Vietnam veteran and cardiac surgeon, dies

     Dr. Thomas Murphy, Vietnam veteran and cardiac surgeon, dies
    After serving as an Army surgeon in Vietnam at the height of the war, Dr. Thomas E. Murphy joined the medical staff at St. Francis Hospital in Evanston in 1970 and through the years worked to make the cardiac department one of the best equipped and...
  • Md. can enforce dam cleanup

    Md. can enforce dam cleanup
    When the Conowingo Dam was built in 1928, it blocked a free-flowing section of the mighty Susquehanna River, creating a 14-mile-long, 9,000-acre reservoir at the head of the Chesapeake Bay near the Maryland-Pennsylvania line. While the dam has provided...