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  • Boys Indoor Track Story Lines Of The Season

    The State Open hasn't been kind to local teams in the last 10 years. Just once has an area team brought home a title and that was New Britain in 2010. It didn't get better this season. Staples-Westport scored 47 points to defeat Hillhouse-New Haven (34)...
  • Best French Fries

    Best French Fries
    1) Rudy's The "new Rudys" -- relocated from its longtime Elm Street location to the corner of Chapel and Howe, and upgraded with more room, more comfortable chairs and booths and a grander menu -- had its first anniversary on May 1. "Once the doors...
  • Best Burger

    Best Burger
    1) Prime 16 This is Prime 16's second year in a row winning Best Burger, after toppling New Haven legend Louis Lunch in 2011. Owner Bob Potter is quick to point out that while Prime 16 might allow – nay, encourage! – condiments, it comes down...
  • Connecticut High School Musical Theater Award Nominations Announced

    Connecticut High School Musical Theater Award Nominations Announced
    The Fourth Annual Connecticut High School Musical Theater Awards ceremony will be held June 4 starting at 6 p.m. at the Palace Theatre in Waterbury. Performances from the nominates shows will be presented at the ceremony. A total of 19 high schools...
  • Good Eats on the Go

    By Linda Giuca Willie Nelson’s song “On the Road Again,” could double as the theme for summer vacationers taking to the road for some R&R. Whether that road trip is a quick daycation or the beginning of a lengthier break...
  • Summer Festivals 2012: OpSail2012 at New London Harbor

    Summer Festivals 2012: OpSail2012 at New London Harbor
    Let us not forget the War of 1812, spurred on in part by trade restrictions resulting from Britain warring with France. To celebrate its bicentennial, head to New London for OpSail2012, where a fleet of international and domestic tall ships make a stop in...
  • Readers' Most Dreaded Intersections

    Exit 29 off Route 91 North is a disaster - I try and avoid it in bad weather. - Anonymous, Mansfield The intersection at Cook Avenue and Hanover Street in Meriden is extremely dangerous. There are accidents there regularly. Both streets turn into...
  • Dinners at the Farm makes its first stop of the season at White Gate Farm in East Lyme

    Dinners at the Farm makes its first stop of the season at White Gate Farm in East Lyme
    Are you ready to experience all that Connecticut's local farms have to offer? Join Dinners at the Farm for their first stop of the season at White Gate Farm in East Lyme. For $150 a person, you are treated to a tour of the farm and a six course dinner...
  • Crime & Punishment: UConn TV network in trouble for airing rape jokes

    Crime & Punishment: UConn TV network in trouble for airing rape jokes
    UConn's TV network hosted on its website and twice aired a sketch full of rape jokes. In the clip, part of a student-produced “comedy” series, a young woman runs from a masked attacker only to have the blue-light emergency phones call her a...
  • CIAC Championship Results, Final Poll

    Class LL: Newtown 3, Southington 1 (25-23, 24-26, 27-25, 26-24) Class L: East Lyme 3, RHAM-Hebron 0 (26-24, 25-16, 25-18) Class M: Rocky Hill 3, Barlow-Redding 2 (25-9, 22-25, 21-25, 25-23, 15-11) Class S: Coventry 3, Northwest Catholic-West Hartford 0...
  • Top Area Story Lines Of The Girls Volleyball Season

    Coventry continued the legacy of former coach Matt Hurlock by winning its sixth consecutive Class S title on Nov. 18 in Waterbury. Hurlock, who coached the team to seven Class S championships from 2003-2010 died of cancer at 39 years old in July. His...
  • Richard Goodwin, 96; noted environmentalist

    Richard H. Goodwin, a pioneering land preservationist and early president of the Nature Conservancy who negotiated the conservation group's first land purchase in California, a 3,000-acre stretch of virgin forest along the state's northern coast, has...