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Middletown/ShorelineTroop 51 in Old Saybrook has five new Eagle Scouts, who received Scouting's highest honor during a Court of Honor ceremony on April 6 at the First Church of Christ (Congregational). The five new Eagle Scouts are Zachary Chupak, Luke D'Ambrosi, Matthew...
Ben Pleasants L.A. poet and playwright Ben Pleasants, 72, a Los Angeles poet and playwright who also championed the work of Charles Bukowski and John Fante in literary critiques, died of a heart attack April 18 in Crescent City, his wife, Paula, said....
Tribune reporterKatherine Dube is the teacher students turn to when they need help and support. Among her colleagues, she’s known as the educator who invents creative ways to keep those fickle and energetic freshmen interested in literature. And although Dube,...
Kristina Anderson was a sophomore at Virginia Tech when she was shot twice in the back and once in the foot on April 16, 2007. In less than 12 minutes, the gunman shot and killed 11 of her classmates and one of her professors. Six years after the...
Jared Smith, a 2008 Greencastle-Antrim High School graduate, was selected by the Seattle Seahawks in the seventh round of the NFL Draft as the 241st overall pick Saturday. Smith, a defensive tackle from the University of New Hampshire, started 11 games...
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email@example.comRavens Roost No. 7 held its 50th annual Extra Effort Award Banquet to honor the 40 members of the 2012 Coaches’ All-Washington County Football Team in addition to Baltimore Ravens cornerback Corey Graham. Boonsboro’s Ryan Ruiz was...
CHICAGO — There's a scary bedtime story on money in politics about how the U.S. Supreme Court's 2010 Citizens United ruling unleashed a tidal wave of corporate cash into politics and drowned out the voices of the little people. But as researchers...
When officials in suburban Des Plaines read about the hazards of spreading cancer-causing coal tar on playgrounds, parking lots and driveways, they moved to join other communities across the nation that have banned pavement sealants made with the...
WASHINGTON (AP) - A record number of U.S. counties - more than 1 in 3 - are now dying off, hit by an aging population and weakened local economies that are spurring young adults to seek jobs and build families elsewhere. New 2012 census estimates...
WASHINGTON (AP) — A record number of U.S. counties — more than 1 in 3 — are now dying off, hit by an aging population and weakened local economies that are spurring young adults to seek jobs and build families elsewhere. New 2012...
The name chosen by the next pope will be his first decision -- and the first clue to how he will lead the Roman Catholic Church. Once a pontiff is elected in the Sistine Chapel, he is asked which name he will use. The last pope, Benedict XVI, said he...
The Hartford CourantUConn senior running back Martin Hyppolite, a passenger in a fatal auto accident in Durham, N.H., Saturday morning, has been released from Portsmouth (N.H.) Regional Hospital. Hyppolite was released Monday night, went home to Massachusetts and could be...
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