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  • Mo'ne Davis pitches shutout at Little League World Series

    The pitch settled into Scott Bandura's mitt and Taney pitcher Mo'ne Davis simply jogged off the mound. Her work on Friday afternoon was complete: six innings, nine strikeouts and no runs. The 13-year-old from South Philadelphia had been a top draw...
  • Cold Water On Foley's Hopes?

    It was strange to see John McKinney pouring ice water on Tom Foley after losing to him in the Republican primary [Aug. 14, Page A10]. Perhaps he meant to remind us voters that Mr. Foley's ideas are really all wet, and even a bit cold-hearted. After all,...
  • Mo'ne Davis, Taney shut out Nashville, 4-0

    Mo'ne Davis, Taney shut out Nashville, 4-0
    SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - The pitch settled into Scott Bandura's mitt and Taney pitcher Mo'ne Davis simply jogged off the mound. Her work on Friday afternoon was complete: six innings, nine strikeouts and no runs. The 13-year-old from South Philadelphia...
  • Foley's Comments At Fusion Paperboard Focus Of Continuing Debate

    Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley has been constantly blasted by Democrats for two weeks for his statements outside a soon-to-be-closed paper mill in Sprague, generating an issue that has already been featured in political attack ads by two...
  • First Selectwoman says Fusion Paperboard's closure is 'investment' decision by owners

    The blow that struck the town of Sprague two weeks ago reads like the script of a Hollywood drama, except the events in this little town are all too real. Workers at Fusion Paperboard in the Versailles section of Sprague were told on July 23 that they...
  • 'Energized' Malloy Defends Record, Raps Foley

    'Energized' Malloy Defends Record, Raps Foley
    HARTFORD — A fired-up Gov. Dannel P. Malloy kicked off his re-election campaign Wednesday night with a passionate defense of his record and a bracing critique of his rival, Republican Tom Foley. Speaking to his fellow Democrats at the party's...
  • Foley Declares Victory, Looks Ahead To Malloy Battle In The Fall

     Foley Declares Victory, Looks Ahead To Malloy Battle In The Fall
    Greenwich business executive Tom Foley roared to victory Tuesday night in a low-turnout Republican gubernatorial primary, setting up a potentially contentious rematch with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy this fall that polls show will start off as a dead heat....
  • Female pitcher leads Philly team to Little League World Series

    After a full morning's batting practice, while her teammates were having lunch, Mo'ne Davis stood in a field at the Little League Eastern Region headquarters Saturday, calmly facing a cameraman for the Today show. It would be the second interview of the...
  • A Few Days Before GOP Primary, Both Candidates Confident

     A Few Days Before GOP Primary, Both Candidates Confident
    WATERTOWN — The front-runner in this week's Republican gubernatorial primary, Tom Foley, insisted he's "seen no shift in sentiment" among GOP voters as he worked the crowd at a street fair here Saturday. But challenger John McKinney was adamant...
  • Foley Prompts A Voter's Dilemma

    What's a Connecticut voter to do? Just as I was about to go back in the water and vote Republican, more tomfoolery erupts from candidate Tom Foley. His ham-handed response to the concerned employees of a closing business along with citizens and public...
  • Manchester's Camp Kennedy Celebrates 50 Years

    Manchester's Camp Kennedy Celebrates 50 Years
    Every April, Bobby Phelps reminds his older brother John that he should start filling out Bobby's application to attend Manchester's Camp Kennedy, which starts in August. Bobby Phelps, who is 61, was one of the original Camp Kennedy campers in 1964....