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She was there at the start. Rebecca Lobo was so happy about returning to Connecticut to play basketball on Feb. 14, 2003, that she wished... [Read More]
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Azura Stevens brings Durant-like game to UConn women... [Read More]
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He felt the earth move under his feet. [Read More]
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Boo Weekley back in the hunt... [Read More]
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Red Sox retire Papi's number... [Read More]
Madison's Stegmaier finding it mental at Travelers... [Read More]
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In the weeks following Rory McIlroy's February commitment to the Travelers Championship, Andy Bessette crossed paths with the world's third-ranked golfer at a PGA Tour... [Read More]
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Forty minutes into an hourlong conversation where he would bare his broken heart and tickle our funny bone, Chris Berman stops, as he often does,... [Read More]
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— Forty minutes into an hourlong conversation where he would bare his broken heart and tickle our funny bone, Chris Berman stops, as he often... [Read More]
Jay Fishman's wheelchair finds a fitting home... [Read More]
McGregor has no chance... [Read More]
PGA Tour rule helps Travelers... [Read More]
His offensive efficiency was breathtaking in a clinching Game 5. The value of his under-heralded defense grew evident during the course of the series. After... [Read More]
Jason Collins brings message of inclusion and authentic life to WNBA... [Read More]
Jason Collins brings message of inclusion and authentic life to WNBA... [Read More]
Price must find peace in Boston. [Read More]
— Bryce Weiler stood in the New Britain Bees clubhouse Friday afternoon, stood among independent league players with stubborn dreams of one day playing in... [Read More]
— Don't know the Japanese word for "inane," but that was the first word to come to mind to describe Jerry Remy's words. Foolish? Ridiculous?... [Read More]
The year was 1966, and this was one of those rainy Saturday afternoons when local television stations would revisit old movies. Our family still had... [Read More]
Mark Doyley, the triple double king of Connecticut, won the CIAC State Open 100-meter dash Monday in 10.63 seconds. The Weaver senior won it... [Read More]
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