A unique challenge on the West Side   Published Aug 21, 2014
MERIDEN — By Wednesday night, Platt football coach Jason Bruenn was in a better mood. But only in comparison to Monday and Tuesday. The opening … more ...
The All-American Girl   Published Aug 18, 2014
Rumley’s making the rounds   Published Aug 20, 2014
MERIDEN — Tracy Rumley has been a name known on the Meriden basketball scene for years now. Lately, the 6-foot point guard has been getting … more ...
Pound for pound, measure for measure   Published Aug 14, 2014
MERIDEN — It’s the mantra Trevor Jones repeats at the end of every Thanksgiving Eve game since he’s been head coach of the Wilcox Tech … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Enthusiasm gushed from the heart and mind of newly appointed Lyman Hall athletic director Steve Baker. Baker is a Meriden native, a 1989 … more ...
U.S., Ecuador to tangle at Rentschler   Published Aug 15, 2014
EAST HARTFORD — The U.S. men’s national soccer team home will host Ecuador on Friday night, Oct. 10, at Rentschler Field. Kickoff is 7 p.m. … more ...
Chamber welcomes UConn grid coach   Published Aug 15, 2014
MIDDLETOWN — UConn football coach Bob Diaco will be guest speaker at this month’s Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce breakfast. The meeting is Wednesday, Aug. … more ...
A change in the weather   Published Aug 13, 2014
MERIDEN — Those who know him well say Kevin Frederick is as precise as he is passionate. The one-time wide receiver goes long, as it … more ...
MERIDEN — The Connecticut Gatorade Player of the Year Kiah Gillespie has made her decision where she will continue her basketball career. The Meriden resident … more ...
Virgulto throwing celebratory picnic   Published Aug 13, 2014
MERIDEN — An All-American Picnic for Maloney softball star Ariel Virgulto will be held this Saturday at Hubbard Park beginning at 2 p.m. Hamburgers and … more ...
EAST HARTFORD — The Meriden Merchants are right where they want to be for the second straight year. The third-seeded Merchants, who played .500 ball … more ...

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A conflict rages within Charlie Hesseltine. The 29-year-old former Maloney left-hander, the only state player selected in the 2003 Major League Baseball draft, has a … more ...
EAST HARTFORD — The Meriden Merchants were on the brink of a Greater Hartford Twilight Baseball League championship after breaking to the top of the … more ...
A fish that will take you to the wall   Published Aug 3, 2014
Once you have hooked up with a trophy walleye, there is no turning back. Walleye are a hard fighting fish and, for frosting on the … more ...
Deep in the heart of Penn’s wood   Published Jul 27, 2014
If you love the outdoors as much as I do, I have to tell you that one of the eeriest calls in the wild is … more ...
EAST HARTFORD — Meriden Merchants southpaw Ryan DiPietro was turning in a powerful performance but the offense was stagnant. Foss Insurance starter Evan Chamberlain had … more ...
EAST HARTFORD — When things got tight, a familiar figure ambled out to the pitcher’s mound for the Meriden Merchants. Charlie Hesseltine didn’t see any … more ...
MERIDEN — Nick Cerreta, born and bred in South Meriden, is hard at work making men out of boys as dean of students at his … more ...
American Legion Super Regionals   Published Jul 26, 2014
SOUTH DIVISION At Cubeta Stadium Stamford Saturday Branford 7, Berlin 1 Cheshire 5, Stamford 4 Today Berlin vs. Stamford, 1 p.m. Branford vs. Cheshire, 4:30 … more ...
The rule that prompted the forfeit imposed on Cheshire Post 92 seven innings into the state tournament game against Trumbull Wednesday is unlikely to be … more ...
MERIDEN — Jacques Barzun (1907-2012) had all the attributes to rank among America’s premier cultural scholars. He was born in France, moved to America as … more ...
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