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  • CIAC Championships, Final Poll

    State Open: Team, Ridgefield; individual, Reid Watson, Glastonbury Class LL: Ridgefield; Watson Class L: Wilson; Brittany Mendelson, Pomperaug-Southbury Class MM: Guilford; Rachael Roscow, Avon Class M: Tolland; Annmarie Tuxbury, Northwestern-Winsted...
  • Top Area Story LInes Of The Girls Cross Country Season

    Glastonbury senior Reid Watson took over where last year's teammate Lindsay Crevoiserat left off, winning the CCC championship and the Class LL title. But Watson won the State Open title, too, something Crevoiserat didn't do last year (she was runner-up),...
  • Hitchcock Furniture Back In Business

    Hitchcock Furniture Back In Business
    Nearly two centuries after Lambert Hitchcock started producing furniture that became a household tradition, the lathes, joiners and sanders are busy again. The Hitchcock Chair Co., founded in 1818 and based in Riverton, closed in 2006, and sold all its...
  • The Tense, Testy Wait For Scarce Fuel — Gasoline And Hot Coffee

    Long lines to buy gasoline snarled traffic and turned testy Monday as motorists jockeyed to reach the precious pumps at the few gas stations that were open. Tempers flared and fights broke out at some gas stations. In Manchester, several people waiting...
  • Families, Funeral Homes Struggle To Cope With Power Outages

    Photos of the deceased were lit by candles, and some of the bereaved wore their coats indoors as many funeral homes proceeded without electricity this week across Connecticut. On Sunday and Monday, obituaries had already run in newspapers with the...
  • At 77, Ralph Nader Never Tires of Preaching to the Choir

    MADISON — For citizens hungry for passion, energy and anti-establishment fervor, Madison's R.J. Julia Booksellers was the place to be last month. We're citizens, not people, at least in consumer activist and political gadfly Ralph Nader's lexicon....
  • Economic Uncertainty Driving Connecticut Voters

    Economic Uncertainty Driving Connecticut Voters
    To appreciate how the stomach-turning twists of the world economy are affecting American politics at this pivotal moment, drive west on Route 44, past the strip malls of the Farmington Valley, the postcard-pretty village of Pine Meadow and the shuttered...
  • Festival freedom

    Festival freedom
    MANCHESTER, Tenn. — We woke in Nashville blinking with disbelief. Five of us guys were about to head 60 miles southeast to the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, which we envisioned as four nights of music, camping, bright sunshine and swaying...
  • Hundreds Of Hartford Residents Turn Out Against Violence

    Down the hill from the state Capitol, Cheryl Lawrence stood in a cluster with her family, her nephew's face staring out from the shirt on her chest. Joel Hightower. He was celebrating his 20th birthday when he was shot dead 10 days earlier, the city's...
  • On The Ground With Charlie Company: Home At Last

    Long before dawn, the Marines gather in a parking lot beside their tall hill of identical sea bags. At the start of the last day of deployment on Wednesday, Plainville's Charlie Company waits. Sometimes it seems to them as if a Marine exists to wait,...
  • Home Invasion Suspects Will Be Tried Separately

    Home Invasion Suspects Will Be Tried Separately
    The suspects in last year's triple slaying in Cheshire will be tried separately, the prosecutor seeking the death penalty in the case told a Superior Court judge today. But New Haven State Attorney Michael Dearington said he is considering trying...