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The Huskies aren't the big dog of the Big East, at least not yet, but they'll return to their first league tournament in Madison Square... [Read More]
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Once again, it was a freshman that was the center of attention for the UConn women's basketball team, but this time it wasn't who you... [Read More]
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As part of its illustrious women's basketball history, 12 times in the last 25 seasons a UConn player has earned at least one of the... [Read More]
BOYS BASKETBALLNonnewaug 46, Terryville 35New Fairfield 61, Pomperaug 49GIRLS BASKETBALLShepaug 66, Wamogo 19Nonnewaug 49, Terryville 21Sacred Heart 64, WCA 38Pomperaug 69, Masuk 51ICE HOCKEYLyman …... [Read More]
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GIRLS BASKETBALL Jada Graves scored 12 points with 10 rebounds and six assists to lead the Sacred Heart High girls basketball team to a 64-38... [Read More]
Residents voted 748-518 on Saturday to approve the sale of the town's sewer and drinking water systems to Aquarion Water Co. for $8 million, ending... [Read More]
Hanging behind Gov. Ned Lamont's desk is the painting "Right to Know." Norman Rockwell completed it in 1968, years after the artist best known for... [Read More]
In the 12 months since COVID-19 first made its appearance, medical science, starting from scratch, has learned a lot about the disease and how to... [Read More]
The Bevivino family could not have imagined how they spent the last few days of Joseph Bevivino's life. Huddled outside a window at Valerie Manor... [Read More]
Connecticut is somberly marking a series of grim anniversaries in the state's worst public health calamity since the deadly influenza epidemic of 1918 and 1919... [Read More]
In the early 1980s, Waterbury police didn't have portable radios to communicate with while on patrol. They used manual typewriters to bang out police reports... [Read More]
Christopher Boulier was eager to be at St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church on Saturday morning for his second dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. The... [Read More]
Emma (Ferrer) Morales Arroyo, age 92, of Oakville, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, March 3, 2021, at Autumn Lakes Health Care Center in Waterbury, surrounded... [Read More]
Maurice Barakat, 88, of Torrington, passed away peacefully at his home, surrounded by his loving family, on March 4, 2021.Maurice was born July 29, 1933,... [Read More]
Vivian G. Abel, 99, widow of John S. Abel, entered into heavenly rest on Saturday, Feb. 20, 2021, at Cheshire House Rehabilitation Center.Vivian was born... [Read More]
Robert J. (Bob) Capaldo, 83, of Oakville, died peacefully at home, surrounded by his loving family, on Thursday, March 4, 2021.Bob was born in Waterbury... [Read More]
Alban A. Charette, aka "Chic," 94, of Wolcott, passed away on Thursday, March 4, 2021, at Masonicare Medical Center in Wallingford. He was the husband... [Read More]
After years of hoping for a "Diabetes Dog" to help manage his blood sugar, Hobie Lewis finally got his wish.The soon-to-be 11-year-old now has a... [Read More]
Local bakeries are doing a little pre-gaming on St. Patrick's Day, with some traditional favorites already spotted in the Brass City. Sweet Maria's has Irish... [Read More]
Cautious optimism abounds on the cusp of the 2021 Greater Waterbury Campership Fund summer camping season that formally will launch its new fundraising campaign March... [Read More]
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