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  • Engaged: Beth Gampel & Adam Abell

    Engaged: Beth Gampel & Adam Abell
    Their competitive natures led to lots of initial break-ups in college, but now playing sports together is a way to bond. Wedding date: May 12, 2012 Her story: Beth Gampel, 28, grew up in Columbia and is an occupational therapist at Genesis Healthcare....
  • Maryland's Van Hollen at center of deficit fight

    Maryland's Van Hollen at center of deficit fight
    For Rep. Chris Van Hollen, brokering a bipartisan deal to trim the federal deficit is about more than dodging draconian across-the-board cuts or protecting a fragile economic recovery. It's also about proving that a bitterly divided Congress can still...
  • Mikulski plan for women's pay gets new push

    Mikulski plan for women's pay gets new push
    A proposal to expand equal-pay protections for women, long championed by Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski, was thrust into the national political spotlight Wednesday in a Democratic effort to court female voters — a crucial demographic in this year's...
  • Harford County College Lines

    QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY: Blaine Dulkerian of White Hall, bachelor of arts in public relations; and Christina Heilman of Jarrettsville, bachelor of arts in public relations, graduated from Quinnipiac University during the 81st undergraduate commencement...
  • Luke Murray, son of actor Bill, is helping turn around Towson's basketball team

    Luke Murray, son of actor Bill, is helping turn around Towson's basketball team
    Earlier this month, assistant coach Luke Murray was traveling with Towson University's basketball team, psyching himself up for a win, when he got a text message from his dad. "I think you guys should all go bowling," the text read. "I think all you guys...
  • Years Home, Female Iraq Vets Endure The Wounds Of War

    Years Home, Female Iraq Vets Endure The Wounds Of War
    It's been nine years since Eunice Ramirez served in Iraq, but she still suffers from war wounds — post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, respiratory problems and frequent crying triggered by her memories. Suzanna Smaldone, who also returned...
  • READER SUBMITTED: The Exchange Club Of Bristol Awards Scholarships

    The Exchange Club of Bristol held its annual Scholarship Banquet recently to present the 2014 Youth and A.C.E. of the Year awards to local high school students. Sean M. Welch, Jr. from Bristol Eastern High School received the Bill & Lois Wagenknecht A.C....
  • READER SUBMITTED: Ten Connecticut Students to Receive College Scholarships As Lieberman Scholars

    The Joe Lieberman Connecticut Scholarship Fund announced today that five Connecticut students who are headed to college in the fall will be the second class to receive scholarships from the Fund, which was launched a year ago. In addition, five students...
  • Clean out your ears, and listen for moutza winner

    A Moutza of the Month is a terrible thing to waste, especially if you waste May's moutza on me, and not on that earwax-eating Florida congressman and so many others, like the crazy ax-wielding guy on a dating show. "Take that meaty paw of yours and...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Dr. J. Alan Otsuki Appointed Senior Associate Dean At Quinnipiac University

    Dr. J. Alan Otsuki, of North Haven, has been appointed senior associate dean for medical education at the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University. In his new position, Otsuki will be responsible for overseeing and building the...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Cheryl Cook Receives Republican Nomination For State Representative

    Cheryl Cook announced today that she is the Republican nominee for the office of State Representative for the 16th District. She currently serves as a Selectman for the Town of Simsbury, a Commissioner of the Simsbury Housing Authority and as a member...
  • To Improve Patient Care, CT Hospitals Will Ask: Are You A Veteran?

    Connecticut hospitals will be required to ask all patients if they are veterans, under a new state law that takes effect Oct. 1. The law is part of a nationwide effort conceived by the State Veterans Affairs Commissioner Linda Schwartz to make private...