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  • Count Inmates In Hometowns, Not In Cells

    If a Hartford resident is in a Somers prison, should he be counted for census purposes as a resident of Somers or of Hartford? For ages, the U.S. Census Bureau's answer — and Connecticut's — has been Somers. But in 2010 the Census Bureau...
  • Dozens of roads and bridges across the region remain closed due to Sandy

    Dozens of roads and bridges across the region remain closed due to Sandy
    Road closures continue to accumulate as high-standing water, downed power lines and darkened intersections dot the region. A Maryland law that took effect Oct. 1 requires motorists approaching a darkened intersection to treat it as a four-way stop.The...
  • Big E's Fried Creations Keep The Crowds Happy

    Big E's Fried Creations Keep The Crowds Happy
    For 17 days, the 2012 Big E in West Springfield will dish up all sorts of family entertainment when New England's largest fair opens Friday, Sept. 14. In addition to an emphasis on the region's agricultural industry, the festival will offer live music and...
  • Michigan girls district scores -- Wednesday night

    Michigan girls district scores -- Wednesday night
    GIRLS' BASKETBALL Class A District Semifinal District 1    Mattawan 51, St. Joseph 42     Portage Central 71, Kalamazoo Loy Norrix 68     District 2    Holt 41, Jackson 29     Mason 53, Battle Creek Central 43     District 3    East Lansing 39,...
  • Maurice Goldhaber dies at 100; noted nuclear and particle physicist

    Maurice Goldhaber dies at 100; noted nuclear and particle physicist
    Maurice Goldhaber, one of the pioneers of modern physics whose experiments helped create the current understanding of how the world works, died May 11 at his home on Long Island, N.Y., after a short illness. He had celebrated his 100th birthday less...
  • 'Smell the food on every page'

    'Smell the food on every page'
    Twenty years ago, Bob Spitz spent several weeks touring Sicily in the company of Julia Child. "We ate and drank and talked. We talked about her entire life," recalled the writer of "Dearie: The Remarkable Life of Julia Child." "I had her voice in my...
  • Dr. Phillips runner Bridget Blake competes at nationals

     
    Dr. Phillips junior Bridget Blake, the two-time Class 4A state champion in cross country, finished 38th in a field of 40 runners Saturday at the Foot Locker National Championships in San Diego.  Blake ran a time of 18 minutes, 37 seconds on the 5K (3.1-...
  • Rattlesnake bites woman in garage

    Rattlesnake bites woman in garage
    ALPINE, Calif. -- An East County woman was rushed to the hospital in a helicopter ambulance Thursday after she was bitten by a rattlesnake in the garage of her home, a dispatcher said. Rescue crews went to the woman's home on Arroyo De Viejas Road in...
  • Brush fire prompts evacuations

    Brush fire prompts evacuations
    SANTEE, Calif. -- A grass fire east of Santee Lakes forced firefighters to evacuate homes Tuesday afternoon and one resident was sent to a hospital for treatment of smoke inhalation. The fire broke out sometime before 3 p.m. near Carlton Hills...
  • West Michigan Teen Killed in Crash on East Side of State

    West Michigan Teen Killed in Crash on East Side of State
    A West Michigan teenager is dead after a nasty car crash over on the east side of the state. It happened around 5:30 Saturday morning on US 23 in Hartland Township. That's about an hour northwest of Detroit. Police say 18 year old Aaron Hendrick from...
  • Barkhamsted

    Barkhamsted
    HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: Likely named after Berkhamstead in the English county of Hertford. It is the only Barkhamsted in the nation. LATE BLOOMER: The town was one of the last in the state to be settled, probably because it was not on the coast or major...