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Franklin (New London, Connecticut)

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  • Rocklin Makes List of Best Places to Live

    Rocklin Makes List of Best Places to Live
    Rocklin is among one of the Top 100 places to live, according to CNNmoney.com. The town ranks 65th because of its extensive recreational programs, many parks and strong school district. Rocklin's Finn Hall, is a popular reception hall used for many...
  • Charles Ties Franchise Record In Win At Tulsa

    Tina Charles had 16 points and 12 rebounds Tuesday night, tying a franchise record with her 12th double-double of the season, as the Connecticut Sun defeated the Tulsa Shock, 101-89. "I feel great about it," Charles said of matching the mark set by Taj...
  • Cat Revived By Firefighter After Blaze

    Cat Revived By Firefighter After Blaze
    A Huntington Manor firefighter is being hailed a hero Monday after he revived a cat from smoke inhalation during a weekend fire. Lt. John Damico found Franklin, a black and white kitten with green eyes, lying unmoved on top of the stair case in a three...
  • Win a VIP Show Experience for Two to See Young Frankenstein

    1. TO ENTER: No Purchase Necessary. Entrants must be a US citizen or legal resident and a resident of Connecticut, age 21 or older at the time of entry. To enter, log onto fox61.com and go to the "Young Frankenstein" Sweepstakes page from Monday,...
  • In Their Own Words: Excerpts

    The following excerpts from documents in state libraries, archives and historical societies help illuminate facets of life in Connecticut under slavery, and during its abolition. *** From a letter written by Lizzie Goodwin to her Aunt Emma Whipple, June...
  • Relief agencies seeing hunger growing

    Hungry they came. Hungry they left. Whole families jealously eyed each 50-kilogram bag of wheat, hoping there would be more for them. Newly arrived refugees loudly pled to be registered for the weekly food supplies. Young girls rushed forward whenever...
  • Rebel army ill-equipped but eager to do battle

    Way up on the barren, treeless mountaintop sits a Taliban camp, which lobs shells every so often at the Northern Alliance army base below, giving this otherwise abandoned village about 30 miles east of Mazar-e Sharif a desolate look. Abdul Rahmin, one of...
  • For boys, learning comes on battlefield

    Hamidullah can expertly fire a rifle, fearlessly attack an enemy trench and deftly bayonet an enemy Taliban fighter. But the slump-shouldered, freckle-faced 15-year-old, a soldier for the last year in the ragtag army of the Northern Alliance, the foes of...
  • 11/4/1994: 13 Arrested; Crime Family Had Gambling, Loans In City, Officials Say

    Thirteen members of the Genovese crime family from Connecticut and Massachusetts have been indicted on racketeering charges of running illegal gambling and loan- sharking operations in the Hartford area. Among those indicted was Anthony Volpe, 62, of...