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The Ivy League on Wednesday became the first Division I conference to say it will not play sports this fall because of the coronavirus pandemic,... [Read More]
Despite slight upticks in the number of coronavirus-related deaths and hospitalizations in the state in Wednesday's report, the overall positive testing rate remained around 1%.... [Read More]
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For the first time since the state began releasing data on the coronavirus in Connecticut, there were no new deaths reported on Tuesday. Also, the... [Read More]
While state high school football and other fall athletic programs were given the go-ahead to begin hour-long conditioning practices three days a week beginning Monday,... [Read More]
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The NHL is in position to resume playing in less than a month — with 24 teams in action, all in Canada — and could... [Read More]
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The Kansas City Chiefs have agreed to a 10-year contract extension with Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes. The deal is the richest in NFL history.... [Read More]
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Since last Monday the state has reported a whopping total of new coronavirus tests exceeding 85,000. Even better than that robust number is the fact... [Read More]
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Sacred Heart High School principal Anthony 'Butch' Azzara is a powerful member of the CIAC Board of Control and well versed in the state high... [Read More]
Mike Pekock was a pitcher for the state finalist Crosby High baseball team in 1984. He shared some memories:... [Read More]
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In 1984 the Crosby High baseball coach was Anthony 'Butch' Azzara. Here are his recollections on the team that advanced all the way to the... [Read More]
While the virtual meetings have become the norm for the past several weeks for high school football coaches and players because of the COVID-19 pandemic... [Read More]
Since this weekend is July 4, our interns were curious just how well people knew classic American songs. To find out, they walked down to... [Read More]
Workers wearing black masks and white gloves move through the corridors of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, pushing a cart loaded with high-top... [Read More]
Despite all the uncertainty and turmoil COVID-19 has generated for sports worldwide, UConn women's basketball fans can at least celebrate one thing to come out... [Read More]
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