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  • Man dies after driving into Lake Miltmore in Lake Villa Township

    Man dies after driving into Lake Miltmore in Lake Villa Township
    An 18-year-old man driving an SUV into Lake County's Lake Miltmore was pronounced dead and another person rescued after four Lake County sheriff’s deputies jumped into the water to pull the people from the SUV, authorities said. A passenger was...
  • CT Closeup: Haddam

    CT Closeup:  Haddam
    HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: Originally part of Haddam, and named for Little Haddam in Hertfordshire, England, the eastern side of town was settled around 1685 and incorporated as a separate town in 1734. LANDMARKS: East Haddam is home to two of Connecticut's...
  • This Week's Picks: 4 Food-related Events Around New Haven

    This Week's Picks: 4 Food-related Events Around New Haven
    Whether you want to enjoy, learn, or give back, there's a food event for you this week: New Haven Pride Center's End-of-Summer Barbecue: Sat., Sept. 15, noon-5 p.m. Free, donations accepted. Fort Nathan Hale Park, 50 Woodward Ave., New Haven,...
  • Q It Up Game of the Week: Nathan Hale 41, Rainier Beach 40

    Q It Up Game of the Week: Nathan Hale 41, Rainier Beach 40
    In the Q It Up Sports Game of the Week, Nathan Hale high school defeated Rainier Beach 41-40 Friday night. Watch the video.
  • "Last Words of the Executed" by Robert Elder

    "Last Words of the Executed" by Robert Elder
    "Last Words of the Executed" By Robert K. Elder Foreword by Studs Terkel University of Chicago Press, 301 pages, $22.50 Robert K. Elder begins his oddly affecting, 'Last Words of the Executed,' with the final utterance of Marmaduke Stevenson, who was...
  • Geronimo: A century after his death, mysteriously tied to Bin Laden, the CIA and Skull and Bones

     
    Geronimo, The Native American warrior's name, was code for the CIA's biggest target - Osama Bin Laden...
  • Beer, Bubbly and Beverages of the 18th Century at the Nathan Hale Homestead in Coventry

    Beer, Bubbly and Beverages of the 18th Century at the Nathan Hale Homestead in Coventry
    The Evenings With Hale series resumes this summer at the Nathan Hale Homestead with a special evening designed to inform and entertain. Learn about Nathan Hale's life and experience 18th-century vibes with candlelight tours of the house where Nathan...
  • Close-up on Coventry

    Close-up on Coventry
    HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: From Coventry, in Warwickshire, England. The original Indian name was Wangumbaug, meaning bent or crooked pond. It was the first town in the colonies to be named Coventry. HISTORY: Settled in 1709 after land was bequeathed by...
  • Subtle Cry For Help Posted On Facebook Before Seattle Girl Commits Suicide

    Subtle Cry For Help Posted On Facebook Before Seattle Girl Commits Suicide
    A pre-teen girl thought to be missing in east King County has been found dead by suicide. In this case, like many, there was a very subtle cry for help- a post on Facebook. Crisis Clinic Services Director, Michael Reading says in these types of cases,...
  • Local Radio Station Celebrates 40 Years On-Air!

    Local Radio Station Celebrates 40 Years On-Air!
    After 40 years on the air, radio station C89.5 is still going strong- and it's not just listeners in the Seattle-Tacoma area who are fans. C89.5 is owned by the Seattle Public Schools, operated by the students in the radio broadcasting program at Nathan...
  • Glendale production features 11-year-old Broadway finalist

    Glendale production features 11-year-old Broadway finalist
    This year marks the 35th anniversary of “Annie,” which tells the story of Little Orphan Annie, a child who runs away from an orphanage and finds a family with rough but sensitive billionaire Oliver “Daddy” Warbucks. This week,...
  • Memorial Day: A Lot More Than Hot Dogs & The D-Day Museum

    Memorial Day: A Lot More Than Hot Dogs & The D-Day Museum
    Most folks think of Memorial Day as the day that kicks off summer or the day that the great-American-hot dog notches its first outdoor cooking of the year. For those that commemorate the holiday with solemn remembrances of Our war-dead this is mostly...