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  • Crisanne Colgan Retiring As Principal Of Avon's Roaring Brook School

    AVON — Crisanne Colgan is retiring after 19 years as principal of Roaring Brook Elementary School. Colgan, who has worked in town for 28 years, was the first woman to be named a principal in local schools. She is currently the longest tenured...
  • Construction At Wethersfield High To Pick Up This Summer

    WETHERSFIELD — Reconstruction of Wethersfield High School will kick into high gear when students leave the building for summer vacation next week, officials say. "We're full speed ahead right now," Superintendent of Schools Michael Emmett said...
  • Buildup to Tournament Is The Fun Part For Everyone

    The Daily List •WFAN's Mike Francesa set up on the patio outside the clubhouse, got comfortable with a Diet Coke and did his thing for a handful of hours. Francesa, the outspoken talk show radio host, has made it a yearly tradition to broadcast his...
  • Wethersfield Council Sets Aside Money To Repair School Parking Lot

    WETHERSFIELD — The town council appropriated $317,000 on Monday to repave the dilapidated parking lot at Highcrest Elementary School this summer, even as one member objected to the funding method. A storm drain recently collapsed in the lot,...
  • At 87, 1953 Insurance City Open Winner's Golf Swing Still Sweet

    At 87, 1953 Insurance City Open Winner's Golf Swing Still Sweet
    CROMWELL — Bob Toski was quick with the quip and then displayed his great golf swing, hitting a drive long and straight. The shot was astounding, because he had shut his eyes to demonstrate the power of the mind to visualize the golf swing, and...
  • Wethersfield Settles Lawsuit Against Emergency Services Radio Provider

    WETHERSFIELD -- The town is settling a nearly decade-old lawsuit that alleged Motorola sold it a defective emergency services radio system. Under the agreement, the town will receive a $42,500 credit toward maintenance costs. The settlement comes...
  • Three Berlin Schools Get New Leaders

    Three new assistant principals will start work in district schools next month, a result of recent hires filing job vacated by the former assistants taking jobs out of the district, school board chairman Gary Brochu said Monday. BERLIN – Three new...
  • Buddy System: If Someone Needs Help, Buder Happy To Oblige

    HARTFORD — Charles – "No, call me 'Buddy' " Buder needs to donate one more pint of blood to reach the 28-gallon mark. Now that's giving. But then, that's what Buddy does. Buder starts his 42nd year as a volunteer with the Travelers...
  • Peter Jacobsen's Love Affair With Connecticut

    Peter Jacobsen's Love Affair With Connecticut
    Peter Jacobsen, a two-time PGA Tour winner in Cromwell, beat two courses for his first victory when the Sammy Davis Jr. Greater Hartford Open debuted at Tournament Players Club of Connecticut in 1984. "It was a tale of two courses," Jacobsen said in a...
  • He Missed, But Golfer Cody Paladino Keeps Aiming High

    He Missed, But Golfer Cody Paladino Keeps Aiming High
    The U.S. Open concludes Sunday in Pinehurst, N.C. The competition began with qualifying rounds during which the 10,127 golf entrants were winnowed to 82. Those early qualifying rounds included Connecticut's Cody Paladino in the sectional qualifier in...
  • Coordinate I-84, Rock Cats' Plan — Or Else

    Coordinate I-84, Rock Cats' Plan — Or Else
    Of all the issues raised in the last week about the prospective arrival of the New Britain Rock Cats in Hartford — whether the city can afford it, the chimerical jobs numbers, the robbing of the team from a sister city, the 17 months of secret...
  • Serial Poisoner Lydia Sherman: Connecticut's 'Lucrezia Borgia'

    Serial Poisoner Lydia Sherman: Connecticut's 'Lucrezia Borgia'
    Lydia Sherman's propensity for tiring of her husbands and their children and her skill at concocting poisonous beverages sent 11 souls to early graves by the time she died at Wethersfield State Prison in 1878. It wasn't until her third husband succumbed...