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Madison, Wis., has been declared the most educated American city in rankings compiled by Men's Health magazine. The Wisconsin capital, which the magazine described as the city "where the average household has more degrees than a thermometer," edged...
The Hartford CourantProsecutor Michael Dearington's controversial decision to clear a white police officer in the fatal April 1997 shooting of an unarmed black motorist led to protests in the streets, cries of racism and criticism from the state Capitol. Then-Gov. John G....
Tags: Government, Prosecution, Suicide, Heart Attack, Judges
The Hartford CourantTestimony will begin Monday at Superior Court in the trial of Joshua Komisarjevsky, one of two men charged in the July 2007 killings of Jennifer Hawke-Petit and her two daughters, Hayley and Michaela, during a home invasion in Cheshire. Komisarjevsky,...
Aberdeen: Services for Ben F. Dayton, 82, of rural Aberdeen will be 10:30 a.m. Thursday, June 23, 2011, at First United Methodist Church, with Pastor Tom Haggar officiating. Inurnment will be at Sunset Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be 1-7 p.m....
These are the results of the MHSAA Division Three Boys Lower Peninsula Track and Field finals at Comstock Park High School. TEAM SCORING - Frankenmuth 44; Union City 38; Clare 31; Lansing Catholic 30; Grandville Calvin Christian 29; Grand Rapids West...
Fox CTA car crashed into a house at 133 Scotland Road on Saturday night, police said. The exact time of the crash is unknown at this time, as well if anyone has been injured, according to police. Fire officials also responded to the crash. Check back for...
Judy and Ernie Jenkins leaned back in their folding chairs in a shady spot by the harbor's edge at Fort McHenry on Monday, catching the breezes that kept an otherwise blazing Memorial Day comfortable. They had plenty to drink and lots of ice, and couldn't...
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The Hartford CourantThere is an old proverb, "We must learn to walk before we can run." Perhaps there should also be one that says: "We must take our shoes and socks off and roll up our pant legs before we can swim." Few things take me back to those carefree summer days...
Even though he spends his days as a service adviser for an auto dealer, Chicagoan Jerry Marichal's favorite summer pastime is checking out the area's many cruise nights. Unlike indoor car shows, where dealers peddle their wares, cruise nights are casual...
Tags: Restaurants, Elmhurst, Mundelein, McHenry, Downers Grove
1st) Union League Café Owner and chef Jean Pierre Vuillermet grew up in the restaurant business in the French Alps, so it’s no wonder he knows French food. Although Union League Café changes its menu seasonally, Vuillermet (who a year ago also...
1st) The Suburban New Haven’s dining darlings Suzette and Arturo Franco-Camacho (founders of the now-closed Roomba and former owners of Bespoke) are at it again with The Suburban. The atmosphere is savory: Recycled wood paneling, bookshelves and...
1st) The Wine Thief "For the uninitiated, getting comfortable with wine can be a difficult and oddly embarrassing process. “A lot of people are intimidated by wine culture,” says Lori Jackson, a staff member at The Wine Thief. “We try...
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