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  • Former Major Leaguer Bill Denehy Says He's Thankful For Fidelco Guide Dog

    Former Major Leaguer Bill Denehy Says He's Thankful For Fidelco Guide Dog
    BLOOMFIELD — Bill Denehy's photograph was once side-by-side with future hall of fame pitcher Tom Seaver on a baseball card featuring two of the New York Mets most promising rookies. Now, almost 40 years later, any photo of Denehy is likely to...
  • Clinton Police Arrest Two In Burglary Of Local Pizzeria

    Clinton Police Arrest Two In Burglary Of Local Pizzeria
    CLINTON – Police arrested two men who allegedly burglarized a local pizzeria Saturday morning. Police arrested Erick Killburn, 23, of Madison and Travis Sencenal, 19, of Killingworth for the following: third degree burglary, fourth degree larceny...
  • READER SUBMITTED: 7th Annual Charity Golf Event

    On Sept. 23, Feed the People Charity will have their 7th Annual Golf Tournament at Quarry Ridge Golf Course in Portland. All proceeds to benefit St. Vincent DePaul of Middletown, South Park Inn in Hartford and the Rocky Hill Food Bank. Registration for...
  • Hartford Panel Hears Plans For Baseball Stadium Development

     Hartford Panel Hears Plans For Baseball Stadium Development
    HARTFORD — An advisory panel appointed by the city's development director on Thursday heard presentations from the three bidders seeking to develop land north of Hartford's downtown, a project that would include housing, retail space and a minor...
  • Middletown Officials Respond To Veterans Park Vandalism

    MIDDLETOWN — Two recent acts of vandalism at Veterans Memorial Park have officials worried about the new Connecticut Trees of Honor Memorial currently under construction. Sue Martucci, president of the memorial committee, said windows in two pieces...
  • Kunkletown driver Ryan Smith finally cracks win column

    Kunkletown 410 winged Sprint Car driver Ryan Smith needs no introduction to the local racing community. The 26-year-old second-generation driver has been racing just about anything with four wheels since the age of 12. He's been a Slingshot National...
  • Fishing Guide

    INLAND LARGEMOUTH BASS fishing is reported as slow in many areas. Night fishing is still producing some fish (try black jitterbugs and surface poppers). Waters to try include Billings Lake, Gardner Lake, Tyler Lake, Burr Pond, Lake Saltonstall, Shenipsit...
  • UConn Rewards Another Walk-On, Nnamdi Amilo, With Scholarship

    UConn Rewards Another Walk-On, Nnamdi Amilo, With Scholarship
    After UConn defeated Michigan State at Michigan State last March in the East Regional final, to reach the Final Four, a reporter asked Phil Nolan how the unheralded Huskies' frontcourt was able to stand up to the burlier Spartans, such as Branden Dawson....
  • New Solar Array Powers Middletown's Remington Rand Building

    New Solar Array Powers Middletown's Remington Rand Building
    MIDDLETOWN — A new solar roof is expected to provide more than 90 percent of the needed power at the Remington Rand building, officials said Wednesday at a ribbon-cutting event. About 1,000 solar panels were installed on the roof of the building...
  • A Mysterious Creature That Once Haunted Glastonbury

    A Mysterious Creature That Once Haunted Glastonbury
    GLASTONBURY — It was a creature that let out "blood curdling yells at night." It was described as witnesses who saw it as a large dog with a cat-like face. Small dogs disappeared or were found mutilated along with goats and sheep. And so the...
  • Hollywood's William Desmond Taylor murder -- solved at last?

    "THERE'S SOMETHING wrong at Hollywood" "The cause, O let us seek!" "There's something wrong at Hollywood" "No scandal yet this week." THE ABOVE ditty was printed in the Louisville, (Kentucky) Times, on February 22, 1922. It appears afresh on the first...