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  • American Legion Baseball: Not Once, But Twice

    BRISTOL – Tolland coach Steve Paasch stood in his team's dugout at Muzzy Field on Sunday and kept coming back to the same word: rejuvenate. It was Paasch's hope that his team's dramatic walk-off victory over Waterford in 15 innings on a Ben...
  • American Legion Baseball: RCP Wins Northern Division, Moves On

    BRISTOL – After defeating Simsbury in the Northern Division bracket of the American Legion state tournament on Sunday, the team of Rocky Hill, Cromwell and Portland had two chances to advance to the state championship. It missed its first chance...
  • RCP Primed To Meet Cheshire In American Legion State Championship

    Every player on the American Legion team known as RCP (Rocky Hill, Cromwell, Portland) has already won some sort of title. The Cromwell crew, which makes up the core of the unit, won as Little Leaguers and took the 2012 Class S championship as high...
  • Tolland Lives Another Day, Thanks To 15th-Inning Walk-Off

    BRISTOL – When Tolland coach Steve Paasch was asked Saturday about the state of his team after a loss to Simsbury to open the American Legion tournament, he didn't hide from the truth. His team was tired. The Zone 8 regular season champions...
  • Dance awards

    REGION- The Marion Dondi Burke School of Dance, Glastonbury, recently held its annual spring performances. Each year subject awards are given in the areas of ballet, tap, jazz and acro-gymnastics, as well as a class award for a the best overall group....
  • State Selling Ads On Connecticut River Ferries

    State Selling Ads On Connecticut River Ferries
    Two historic state-owned ferries have been carrying vehicles and passengers back and forth across the Connecticut River for generations, but this year is the first time they have been emblazoned with commercial advertising. State Department of...
  • Charges Dismissed Against Hockey Ref Accused Of Assaulting Player

    MIDDLETOWN — Criminal charges filed against a hockey referee accused of assaulting a player on March 8 in Cromwell were dismissed after a prosecutor determined that the allegations could not be proved. Stephen Levins, 56, of Rocky Hill, was charged...
  • Rocky Hill Officials Consider Fee To Use Parks And Fields

    ROCKY HILL – Holding a family reunion at Elm Ridge Park or a Connecticut Football Club soccer match at Maxwell Park could cost money next year. Local officials are considering fees for groups that reserve the town's parks and 19 heavily used...
  • Rocky Hill Expects Funding For Athletic Field For Disabled Children

    ROCKY HILL — Funding to construct an $800,000 baseball field at Elm Ridge Park for children with disabilities is expected to be approved Friday by the State Bond Commission, state legislators said Tuesday. The Miracle League complex will feature...
  • State Trooper's Vehicle Struck From Behind On Highway

    State Trooper's Vehicle Struck From Behind On Highway
    ROCKY HILL — A state police trooper suffered minor injuries Tuesday morning when his vehicle was struck from behind on I-91 after he stopped to help a motorist. The accident happened shortly after 8:30 a.m., when Master Sgt. William Kittle...
  • 'Tiny' Documentary At Real Art Ways

    'Tiny' Documentary At Real Art Ways
    Luise and Shawn Gleason live in a 600-square-foot Newtown apartment with their Australian shepherd. Some people would find that too small. The Gleasons find it too big. So they are building a little house for themselves. A very little house, 170 square...