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  • Roundup: Navy blows late lead in 57-55 loss to Tulane

    Visiting Tulane scored the last four points of the game and a desperation three 3-point shot at the buzzer by Jordan Brickman was off the mark as the Green Wave beat Navy, 57-55, on Tuesday. The loss dropped Navy to 2-3 overall, while Tulane, which had...
  • Dec. 11, 2011

    Dec. 11, 2011
    HONORABLE MENTIONS I could never move away from New England -- I love the two seasons too much. -- Brien Wholey, Canton Is this what he meant by "Inconvenient Truth"? -- Norma J. Franklin, Glastonbury Thank God there are no volcanoes in Connecticut. --...
  • Clue: A Mystery Book Club

    Clue: A Mystery Book Club
    Our club meets at the Northfield Branch Library of the Winnetka-Northfield Public Library District in Northfield. The group recently read and liked "Raven Black" by Ann Cleeves. We liked the strong sense of place, vivid characters and unexpected...
  • Expected signings

    Today is the first day high school seniors can sign with colleges to accept scholarships in football, field hockey, soccer cross country and track. Here are area athletes expected to sign with Division I and Division II programs. If any athletes are...
  • Maxine B. Myers, churchwoman, dies

    Maxine B. Myers, a homemaker and active churchwoman, died July 21 of chronic congestive heart failure at the Cromwell Center in Towson. The longtime Parkton resident was 83. The daughter of a streetcar motorman and a teacher, she was born Maxine White...
  • Toys For Tots Delivers Spirit Of The Season

    With a heavy heart, a single mother of two who was down on her luck sat in her kitchen painting an empty container of Quaker Oats to fashion it into a drum for her 5-year-old. She planned to use McDonald's straws for drumsticks for what was to be her son'...
  • Images in stone

    It was mid-April, and the Connecticut River as it passes by Bellows Falls, Vt., was raging with snowmelt, flooding its banks in places. I had come to see petroglyphs, rock carvings made by Native Americans centuries ago. Would I even be able to see them?...
  • Rosco's Big Dog Closes in Hartford

         Shortly before Connecticut rang in 2009, a famous Hartford eatery was ringing out its final customers.      Rosco's Big Dog, a downtown joint known for it's unique take on the hotdog, shut its doors for good.  Owner Ron Resiner opened the...
  • Norwalk boy to make Broadway debut

          NORWALK, Conn. (AP) - Kyle Brenn stood in the darkened house of the Ben Franklin Theatre, singing along and waving his arms like a conductor as more than two dozen children rehearsed the musical he had started writing two years ago - when he was 9...
  • Recent home sales

    ANNE ARUNDEL 20724 $290,000, 340 Marganza S, 4, 2/1, Rancher, 8/14 $335,000, 8219 Brooktree St, 4, 2/1, Colonial, 8/11 $353,000, 3115 Lunar Ct, 4, 3/0, Colonial, 8/11 20764 $269,900, 1516 Cedarhurst Rd, 3, 2/0, Cape Cod, 8/12 $675,000, 1210...
  • Perez Faces Charges

    Perez Faces Charges
    Hartford Mayor Eddie A. Perez will walk into a state police barracks this morning and surrender himself on bribery charges, a dramatic step in the corruption probe that has hung over the city and his administration for nearly two years. State criminal...