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  • Sandy Hook Teacher To Publish Book

    Sandy Hook Teacher To Publish Book
    Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis, a teacher credited with saving her class of first-graders during the Sandy Hook massacre in Newtown, has written a book about the aftermath of the shootings, her publisher announced Tuesday. The publisher, G.P. Putnam's Sons, said...
  • New Principal At Elizabeth Green Elementary School In Newington

    NEWINGTON -- Elizabeth Green Elementary School has a new leader. James Marciano took over Tuesday as the new principal at the pre-kindergarten-to-fourth-grade school, according to Superintendent of Schools William C. Collins. "We're excited to have...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Nursing Scholarships Awarded

    The Alumnae Association of the Hartford Hospital School of Nursing awarded eleven scholarships to nursing students totaling $34,000 at their recent annual banquet. Scholarship recipients are Monika Kieltyka who will attend the University of Connecticut;...
  • LEGO Aqueduct Exhibit At UConn

    LEGO Aqueduct Exhibit At UConn
    Gary Robbins is a geology professor at UConn specializing in groundwater hydrology. One afternoon last year, he was playing with his grandkids in New Hampshire. Sitting amidst a sea of hundreds of multi-colored LEGO blocks, Robbins got a brainstorm that...
  • Manchester Resident To Spend Two Years As Campus Missionary

    Nate AuYeung is leaving his Manchester home to spend two years at the University of Virginia as a campus missionary for the Fellowship of Catholic University Students. AuYeung, 22, graduated from Manchester High School in 2010. But if you asked him...
  • We're Teaching To The Test — Not Students' Futures

    We're Teaching To The Test — Not Students' Futures
    I'm worried that we're no longer teaching students how to think critically or to write well. Everything I'm hearing from teachers, students and parents suggests that, with the standardized testing epidemic sweeping through our nation's public schools,...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Next Connecticut State Archaeologist Announced

    The Connecticut State Museum of Natural History and Archaeology Center, part of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at UConn welcome Dr. Brian D. Jones as Connecticut State Archaeologist effective July 18, 2014. He will succeed retiring State...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Hospital Auxiliary Awards Two Scholarships

    Two 2014 graduates of New Britain High School who will be pursuing studies in medical careers have each received a $1,000 scholarship from the Hospital of Central Connecticut New Britain General campus Auxiliary. Auxiliary President Judy Kilduff says...
  • Hartford's Ballpark Plan Economic Catalyst

    The plan to redevelop Hartford's Downtown North, accelerated by the proposed construction of a stadium for the Double A baseball Rock Cats, has been described as ambitious. So it is. Being timid hasn't gotten it done for our neighborhoods and our city,...
  • Settled, But Not Done

    University of Connecticut leaders did two smart things on Friday. They agreed to settle a federal lawsuit brought by five current or former students charging the school mishandled their cases when they were raped or sexually assaulted, and they...
  • UConn Settles Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit For $1.28 Million

    UConn Settles Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit For $1.28 Million
    The University of Connecticut will pay $1.28 million in a settlement with five former or current students who filed a federal lawsuit in November, charging that the university mishandled their cases when they were raped or sexually assaulted. A statement...
  • Regents To Consider Merit Raises As High As 5 Percent

    The governing board for the state's largest public college system Thursday will consider merit raises of as much as 5 percent for management and nonunion personnel. Erika H. Steiner, chief financial officer for the Board of Regents for Higher Education,...
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  • After rough start by Chris Tillman, Orioles fail to come back in 9-8 loss to Pirates

    After rough start by Chris Tillman, Orioles fail to come back in 9-8 loss to Pirates
    PITTSBURGH -- Orioles right-hander Chris Tillman said he wasn't fatigued Wednesday night in the Orioles' 9-8 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates after throwing 117 pitches and notching his first major league shutout last Friday in Kansas City.
  • A.J. Burnett's price likely too costly for Orioles, Manny Machado's rehab and more

    A.J. Burnett's price likely too costly for Orioles, Manny Machado's rehab and more
    SARASOTA, Fla. -- In the past few days, it became more likely that right-hander A.J. Burnett was not going to sign with the Orioles, and Wednesday brought official word that the 37-year-old was heading elsewhere when he agreed to terms on a one-year,...

    After breakthrough year, Orioles RHP Chris Tillman named Opening Day starter

    After breakthrough year, Orioles RHP Chris Tillman named Opening Day starter
    Two springs ago, Orioles right-hander Chris Tillman was desperately trying to prove he could pitch in the major leagues. Last year at this time, he was attempting to show he was healthy and wasn’t a fluke. And this March? Well, Tillman is now...

    Former Orioles closer Chris Ray finds new career as owner of craft brewery

    Former Orioles closer Chris Ray finds new career as owner of craft brewery
    The end greets so many ballplayers like a concrete wall — faceless and unforgiving. Take away the 97-mph fastball or the 400-foot home runs and daily fulfillment no longer seems so easily attainable. Chris Ray, though, he had beer. Don't worry....

    How many active ex-Orioles pitchers have 80 career wins?

    How many active ex-Orioles pitchers have 80 career wins?
    It’s one of those baseball statistics that’s hard to believe. I checked it a couple times to make sure I hadn’t missed anyone. And I really believe I haven’t. According to baseball-reference.com, there are 44 active major...