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  • Marathon CANCELED Amid Sandy Outcry; Con Ed Restoring Power to Manhattan; Christie Institutes 1970s-era Odd-Even Gas Rationing in 12 Counties

    Marathon CANCELED Amid Sandy Outcry; Con Ed Restoring Power to Manhattan; Christie Institutes 1970s-era Odd-Even Gas Rationing in 12 Counties
    The ING New York City Marathon has been canceled, the mayor's office confirmed Friday after taking heat from a legion of critics for holding the event even as a shocked and grieving city recovers from Hurricane Sandy. STORY: MARATHON CANCELED "While...
  • Carrie Underwood "Blown Away" Tour Making Stop in Grand Rapids

    Carrie Underwood "Blown Away" Tour Making Stop in Grand Rapids
    Country superstar Carrie Underwood has announced tour dates for her fall North American "The Blown Away Tour." Her tour will include Michigan shows at Van Andel Arena on November 15 in Grand Rapids and The Palace of Auburn Hills on November 25 near...
  • The Ghost Bridges Of Mansfield Hollow

    The Ghost Bridges Of Mansfield Hollow
    It's almost that time of year to gather around the ol' campfire and tell the tale of the ghost bridges of Mansfield Hollow. What? You've never heard about the ghost bridges of Mansfield Hollow? How, on nights of the full moon, you can hear them...
  • Best Credit Union

    Best Credit Union
    1) Sikorsky Financial Credit Union What started out as a small band of aircraft company employees pooling their savings some 50 years ago, has become one of the largest not-for-profit financial cooperatives in Connecticut with more than 54,000 members....
  • America's bloodiest day

    America's bloodiest day
    Editor's note: It has been 150 years since the Civil War moved into Washington County and North and South met Sept. 17, 1862, on a battlefield along Antietam Creek. The following story is part of a package of stories that look back at the Battle of...
  • Connecticut saved from the Commies! Victory Declared!

    Connecticut saved from the Commies! Victory Declared!
    Hallelujah! Connecticut’s been saved from them dirty, rotten Commies. You’ve probably been worried sick over it. I know I have. But no longer, not since the Yankee Institute declared “Victory Over Connecticut Communists…...
  • Hot Times In The City; Big Apple Baked To A Crisp

    Hot Times In The City; Big Apple Baked To A Crisp
    The heat is still on in the Tri-State area with temperatures well into the 90's, and real-feel temperatures in the triple digits. Forecasters say relief is on the way in the form of a thunderstorm or two Saturday afternoon into Saturday night, when the...
  • October Storm Hits Connecticut

    Nov 8 Some 18,000 Connecticut Light and Power customers were still without power midday Tuesday, most in the Simsbury area. About one-third of Simsbury was without electricity, as was a quarter of Avon and Farmington, and many in Granby, Canton,...
  • Union Chiefs Spurn CL&P Offer In Standoff That Needs Mediation, And Needs It Now

    Connecticut Light & Power Co. has made its last, best offer to its unions for a four-year contract — including a promise to hire 30 more line workers and pay raises averaging 2.7 percent — but the deal is likely to go down in a 'no' vote on...
  • New exhibit at Union Station Great Hall in Hartford features oil drum art

    New exhibit at Union Station Great Hall in Hartford features oil drum art
    Man, what on earth to do with all those empty 55-gallon oil drums once we're done with them? If you're a non-profit called Oil Drum Art, you get 40 of 'em into the hands of regional artists, like Corina S. Alvarezdelugo (whose "Paradox of Plenty II" is...
  • Cops search for woman who went missing from Union Station

    Cops search for woman who went missing from Union Station
    Police are asking for help locating a 67-year-old Connecticut woman who arrived at Union Station Sunday but has not contacted her family since.  Lula Woodard of Hartford, Conn., called her relatives Sunday and told them she had arrived at Union...