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  • Portland Wins Class S Title Behind Staub's One-Hitter

    — Portland scored four runs on four hits before Thomaston recorded the second out of the game. That was more than enough for the Highlanders. Jason Staub pitched a one-hitter with six strikeouts to lead No. 17 seed Portland to an 8-0 victory...
  • Thomaston Beats Old Saybrook To Win Class S Softball Title

    WEST HAVEN — It took Thomaston two overtimes to win a Class S title in girls basketball this spring. So with seven basketball players on the softball team, it was no surprise that it took the Golden Bears extra innings to win the Class S softball...
  • Class LL Softball Championship: Dube Hits Walk-Off Blast In 15th

    Class LL Softball Championship: Dube Hits Walk-Off Blast In 15th
    WEST HAVEN — As the moon rose over Long Island Sound Saturday night, Rachel Dube stepped up to the plate. It was the bottom of the 15th inning of an epic duel between Southington and Amity in the Class LL softball championship game. Nobody from...
  • Hartford Plans $60 Million Stadium; Rock Cats Owner Says 'Opportunity Couldn't Pass Up'

    Hartford Plans $60 Million Stadium; Rock Cats Owner Says 'Opportunity Couldn't Pass Up'
    HARTFORD — More than a year of secret talks culminated Wednesday on the steps of city hall as the mayor and the owner of the New Britain Rock Cats announced a deal to bring the minor league baseball team to Hartford. What had been whispered by...
  • Hartford Officials To Announce Plan To Move Rock Cats To City

    Hartford Officials To Announce Plan To Move Rock Cats To City
    HARTFORD — City officials said they will make a "major sports announcement" Wednesday, when details of a plan to lure the New Britain Rock Cats to the city will be revealed. The Courant has reported that the Eastern League affiliate of the...
  • Rock Cats In Talks To Move From New Britain To Hartford

    Rock Cats In Talks To Move From New Britain To Hartford
    HARTFORD — The New Britain Rock Cats are negotiating with Hartford officials to move the minor league baseball team to the city in 2016. City officials who requested anonymity said Monday there is a proposal to build a stadium at Main and Trumbull...
  • On The Fly: Before American Top 40, Casey Kasem Covered High School Sports

    Casey Kasem, who died Sunday at the age of 82 of complications from dementia, became famous as the host of the ubiquitous weekly American Top 40 radio countdown show and also was the voice of Shaggy on Scooby Doo. But did you know that Kasem started his...
  • New Law To Restrict Excessive Judges' Pensions Has Holes In It - Intentionally

     New Law To Restrict Excessive Judges' Pensions Has Holes In It - Intentionally
    State legislators vowed to pass legislation to cut back an overly generous judicial retirement provision that will give $100,000-a-year lifetime pensions to two newly appointed judges after they serve less than four years on the bench. But the...
  • Haar: Last-Minute Ploy Quietly Exempted UConn Police From State Rules

    A measure buried deep in a last-minute, 326-page bill at the state Capitol Wednesday night exempted the UConn police force from state hiring rules, allowing the university to create its own job classifications that could lead to more pay for officers....
  • Police Survey, Records Bill Cloud 'Sunshine Week'

    This is Sunshine Week, a national initiative to promote the importance of open government, but you wouldn't know it in Connecticut. To wit: •A team of reporters from the New Haven Register and Middletown Press visited all 92 municipal police...
  • At Oak Haven Table, A Rotating Menu Of What's Fresh

    At Oak Haven Table, A Rotating Menu Of What's Fresh
    You could say chef Meg Fama was doing farm-to-table cooking long before it was trendy. Fifteen years ago, Fama took a job as a chef at New Haven's Common Ground High School, where she learned "the beauty of growing on the property and the...