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  • Elite High School Basketball Players Gather In Waterbury

    Elite High School Basketball Players Gather In Waterbury
    The Greater Hartford Pro-Am best-of-three championship series tips off with Game 1 Wednesday night at 8:30 at Crosby High School in Waterbury. The series involves the best the Pro-Am has to offer in top-seeded County Line Nissan, the defending and four-...
  • Plans To Build Power Plant in Oxford Resurrected

    OXFORD - Plans to build a gas power plant on the northern town line are being resurrected despite some opposition. Competitive Power Ventures is proposing to build a 805-megawatt facility on an approximately 20-acre site in the Woodruff Hill industrial...
  • On The Fly

    Jonathan Niese was 0-4 with a 6.04 ERA in his previous five starts. Anthony Recker was in an 0-for-19 slump. Both snapped out of a funk and led to the Mets to a 5-3 victory over the Phillies Monday afternoon. Niese pitched seven strong innings and...
  • Waterbury Police ID Man Shot And Killed Monday Night

    Waterbury Police ID Man Shot And Killed Monday Night
    WATERBURY — Police have identified the man shot and killed Monday night on Wood Street as Luis Santiago, 49, of Waterbury. Santiago was shot in the head about 10 p.m. on Wood Street near Walnut Street, police said. Police said their...
  • Northwestern Connecticut College Creates Manufacturing Degree Program

    Northwestern Connecticut Community College in Winsted this fall will become the latest state school to offer a degree in manufacturing. The associate's degree program was made possible by a $200,000 grant from the National Science Foundation. Students...
  • What About Another Science Center?

    Are the parents of inner-city children from Bridgeport, New Haven and Waterbury going to take the time and expense to bring their children to the Connecticut Science Center in Hartford? I doubt it. Instead of pumping millions of dollars into the Science...
  • Torrington Man Faces Workers' Compensation Fraud Charges

    TORRINGTON — A local man was charged Tuesday with workers' compensation fraud after he was seen working for a paving company while receiving disability, officials said. Richard Perry Jr., 54, of Linden Street, had received more than $10,000 in...
  • Fill Up The Rent With UConn Fans

    As a UConn football season ticket holder, I am constantly dismayed at the sold but unoccupied seats at Rentschler Field. Let's support our new coach and dedicated student athletes by filling those sold seats. Here's an idea: Season ticket holders who...
  • After Foley Accusations, Malloy Defends City Policies

    After Foley Accusations, Malloy Defends City Policies
    BRIDGEPORT—Tom Foley's afternoon campaign stop in Bridgeport earlier this week was a low key affair. Only a few reporters were in tow, and the crowd around Foley was never larger than a dozen. Foley often appears more comfortable in lengthy, one-...
  • Connecticut's Iron Corner

    Connecticut's Iron Corner
    I was still tying my shoes at State Line Car Wash this morning when two guys from Lakeville pulled up in separate cars. Rick DelPrete, retired history teacher and athletic director from the Hotchkiss School, was on hand to show me the remains of the...
  • Safeguards Needed Against Nonprofit Stealing

    Safeguards Needed Against Nonprofit Stealing
    Yet again, someone on the inside is accused of ripping off a nonprofit agency. This has happened too often, and wasted a lot of public and philanthropic dollars. It is time to significantly increase oversight of such agencies. Karen O. Lewis, 57,...
  • Return To The Rivers: Connecticut's Waterways Reflect The State's History

    Return To The Rivers: Connecticut's Waterways Reflect The State's History
    The widely held assumption that Connecticut was complete wilderness when the first European settlers arrived in the early 17th Century is belied by what archaeologists have found along the state's rivers. "It was not wilderness," said Nicholas...