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  • Hopkins alums Rabil, Schwartzman receive MLL weekly awards

    Hopkins alums Rabil, Schwartzman receive MLL weekly awards
    Lacrosse Rabil, Schwartzman receive MLL weekly honors Boston Cannons midfielder Paul Rabil (Johns Hopkins) and Denver Outlaws goalkeeper Jesse Schwartzman (Johns Hopkins, Pikesville) were named Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week,...
  • About Time Transgender Girl Was Moved From Prison

    About Time Transgender Girl Was Moved From Prison
    The transfer this week of the transgender teen called Jane Doe from an adult prison to the Pueblo Unit — a locked facility for troubled girls at the Solnit Children's Psychiatric Center in Middletown — represents progress. It's about time....
  • Questions Show How Far We Have To Go

    Questions Show How Far We Have To Go
    As a woman of color in these United States, I, like many others, experience tiresome misreadings of my color, my gender, my profession and my presence. I can think of the number of times in a variety of retail places where the fact that I had a shopping...
  • One Last Selfie: Middletown High Graduates Emphasize The Positive In Social Media

    MIDDLETOWN — The story of the Middletown High School Class of 2014 can be told through the social media accounts of its students. Accomplishments were sent around the school in an instant with each Tweet and Facebook update. There was the strong...
  • Norm Way Memorial Classic Baseball Game Scheduled June 29 In Middletown

    MIDDLETOWN — The 7th annual Norm Way Memorial Classic baseball game will be held Sunday, June 29 at Palmer Field, 58 Bernie O'Rourke Drive. The Middletown American Legion Post 75 team will take on Westbrook at 4 p.m. and Branford at 7 p.m....
  • Rescue Dogs Return The Favor At Correctional Center

    Rescue Dogs Return The Favor At Correctional Center
    EAST LYME — Gus, a lab mix with smooth, black fur, was content on the floor as Sharon rubbed his belly. It could have been a scene in any family room, but such moments are rare where they are. Sharon and Gus are in prison. Sharon cares for Gus...
  • Imprisoned Transgender Girl To Be Moved To DCF Facility

    Imprisoned Transgender Girl To Be Moved To DCF Facility
    The transgender girl imprisoned since April 8 without criminal charges will be transferred out of adult prison into a newly created locked facility for the state's most troubled girls while the Department of Children and Families awaits final approval...
  • Opening The Export Door To Connecticut Firms

    Cooper Atkins of Middlefield was recently presented with President Obama's "E" Award for Exports by U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker. The 129-year-old company produces high-tech time, temperature and humidity instruments for the food and health care...
  • Senior center news

    EAST HAMPTON – The senior center is located in the Library building at 105 Main St. Call us at 860-267-4426. For current events, trips, lunch menus and more visit http://www.easthamptonct.gov. click on senior center. Transportation applications are...
  • Overturned Car On Route 9 In Middletown

    MIDDLETOWN — Part of Route 9 was shut down Monday after a one-car crash. An overturned vehicle forced the closure of the northbound lanes between exits 11 and 12, according to the state Department of Transportation. The DOT received word of the...
  • From The Sports Pages Of UConn History, A Stand Against Anti-Japanese Racism

    From The Sports Pages Of UConn History, A Stand Against Anti-Japanese Racism
    It was only a football game, and as college games go it was hardly worth remembering. But to one proud spectator, it was a whole lot more than that. "The biggest kick of all was the lesson in democracy that was being enacted out there," read a letter,...