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Windham (Windham, Connecticut)

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  • Cross Country: CCC East Promises To Be Competitive

    The Tolland girls cross country team wants to defend its Class M title; RHAM has one of the top runners in the state in junior Chrissy Bendzinski; and E.O. Smith has a solid girls team. All three are in the CCC East, which should make for an...
  • News of the Weird: Strange reasons for getting divorced

    News of the Weird:   Strange reasons for getting divorced
    All U.S. states have forms of no-fault divorce, but not England, which requires that couples prove adultery or abandonment or "unreasonable behavior," which leads to sometimes-epic weirdness, according to an April New York Times dispatch from London....
  • All-Courant Boys Track Team

    100  meters: Daniel Jamieson, Windsor, Sr. 200: Daniel Jamieson, Windsor, Sr. 400: Brian Sappleton, Windsor, Jr. 800: Brian Poirier, Northwest Catholic-West Hartford, Sr. 1,600: David Pugliese, Xavier-Middletown, Sr. 3,200: Joe Crafa, Rocky...
  • All-Courant Girls Track Team

    100 meters: Adrian Jones, Bloomfield, Jr. 200: Adrian Jones, Bloomfield, Jr. 400: Sydnee Over, Windsor, Jr. 800: Sydnee Over, Windsor, Jr. 1,600: Sarah Gillespie, Northwest Catholic-West Hartford, Jr. 3,200: Reid Watson, Glastonbury, Sr....
  • UPDATE: Boil water advisory notice in Lynchburg put in place after "major" water main break

    UPDATE: Boil water advisory notice in Lynchburg put in place after "major" water main break
    The Lynchburg Department of Water Resources has issued a boil water advisory notice following a water main break in the Old Forest Road. Everyone in the following areas is cautioned to boil all drinking water: Acorn St, Amelia St, Anthony Pl, Ardmore...
  • UPDATED: Boil water advisory lifted in Lynchburg

    UPDATED: Boil water advisory lifted in Lynchburg
    UPDATED: 9/29 11:45 a.m. People living in Lynchburg no longer need to boil their water. The water main break that occurred on Thursday has been repaired and the drinking water has been tested and is safe to drink. Here's the full press release: The...
  • All-Courant Wrestling Team

    106 pounds: Tim Orrell, Farmington, Sr. 113: Brian Amato, Newington, Jr. 120: Tyler Keane, Glastonbury, Sr. 126: Geovanni Medina, New Britain, Jr. 132: Miguel Calixto, Windham, Jr. 138: Daniel Hecker, Glastonbury, Jr. 145: Sam Odell, South Windsor,...
  • Wrestling Story Lines Of The Season

    Xavier-Middletown repeated as Class LL champions, beating Danbury by a narrow margin for the second straight year. But while the Falcons faltered in last season’s State Open, they won it in 2012. Xavier was led by two Open title-winners in Tyler...
  • Wrestling Final State Poll, Champions

    As compiled by the Norwich Bulletin. Records are in parentheses followed by total points: 1. Xavier-Middletown, 298 points 2. Hand-Madison, 262 3. Danbury, 250 4. Ledyard, 198 5. New Milford, 191 6. Windham, 150 7. Farmington, 107 8. Bristol...
  • Latino Immigration Exhibit At Windham Textile and History Museum In Willimantic

    Latino Immigration Exhibit At Windham Textile and History Museum In Willimantic
    A multi-media exhibit of the history of Latino immigration in Connecticut is at the Windham Textile and History Museum, 411 Main St. in Willimantic, from Friday, March 22, to Sunday, Dec. 8. The exhibit was collected in collaboration with Eastern...
  • Yale's Tarell Alvin McCraney Gets Major Writing Award

    Yale's Tarell Alvin McCraney Gets Major Writing Award
    Dramatists Naomi Wallace, Stephen Adly Guirgis, and Yale School of Drama grad Tarell Alvin McCraney are the nine recipients of the new writing prize — and one of the most lucrative — the Windham Campbell Prizes, a new global writer’s...
  • Weight Discrimination: Obesity Presents More Than Just Health Problems

    Weight Discrimination: Obesity Presents More Than Just Health Problems
    If you're obese (and chances of that are pretty good in America right now), your odds of being found guilty in a jury trial are higher than if you're skinny. If you're an obese woman, things in court can be even uglier. And you do not want to be labeled...