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La Caņada Flintridge may soon offer property tax breaks to owners of historic buildings who agree to restore or preserve them. Despite the presence of a number of notable homes throughout the city, La Caņada currently offers no specific protections...
Tags: Homes, Arts and Culture, Schools, Human Interest, Property Tax
Special to The CourantThis season will be the first in three years where UConn doesn't play a marquee nonconference opponent -- and that provides a reasonable adjustment period for the Huskies, who will be warming to first-year coach Paul Pasqualoni. The schedule gets...
It's hard to argue with results. The Southeastern Conference has won five straight Bowl Championship Series titles and clearly is the most dominant conference in college football. So it would make perfect sense that my prediction for this year's BCS...
Strut your Mutt The 5th annual Hug-A-Friend 5K Walk/Run will be expanded to include a “STRUT YOUR MUTT” component. This will include awards for fastest running dog and fastest walking dog plus prizes for eight categories as listed on www....
Tags: Anglicanism, Charity, Arts, Libraries, Personal Service
Since the day I moved into my new office at 29 S. Main, I have been fascinated with the location’s history. The building, which sits comfortably among the many colorful storefronts comprising the iconic downtown Winchester cityscape, is well over...
Berlin fair The 73rd annual Berlin Brothersvalley Community Fair is Sept. 11, 14-17 in the Berlin Brothersvalley High School gym. Sept. 11 2 p.m. fair queen contest. Enter exhibits 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sept. 14. Public auction 7 p.m. Sept. 15. BBSD student...
Tags: Tommy Tune, Anglicanism, Health, Pumpkin, History (tv network)
Artspace, 50 Orange St., 203-772-2709, artspacenh.org. It’s the highest-profile gallery in town, thanks to its eye-catching location (the Chamberlain Building in Ninth Square), thought-provoking exhibits, handling of the ambitious annual City-Wide...
Tags: The Amistad, Artists, United Kingdom, Cheshire, West Haven
When Berry Gordy Jr. wanted to borrow $800 from his family to found Motown Records in 1959, he knew that the most formidable resistance would come from his oldest sister, Esther. "You're 29 years old and what have you done with your life?" his sister...
Tags: Marvin Gaye, Ohio, Artists, Motown Records, Michael Jackson
KIAHTo help cut down on costs, Prairie View A&M University has combined 6 American history classes into one big class. About 300 students! The teacher of the class is none other than university President George Wright. President Wright's history class is...
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Emotions ran high Wednesday night as gay and lesbian supporters were told to leave a meeting of clergy and church members. The meeting took place at the Southern Missionary Baptist Church on W. Adams Boulevard in Los Angeles. The...
THE MILESTONE As Christopher Newport prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary, Captains football coach Matt Kelchner is marking a few milestones of his own. In his first 10 seasons at CNU, Kelchner has piled up 68 wins, shares of six conference...
Tribune reporterFor the U.S. team at the World Track and Field Championships, this was a day to reprise ancient history. Lashinda Demus became the first U.S. champion in the women's 400-meter hurdles since Kim Batten in 1995. Jesse Williams won the first U.S. medal...
Tags: Alabama, High School Sports, Colorado, Human Interest, Russia
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