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IndySportsNationFor the first time in the Tom Crean era, a change has been made in the coaching staff, and it was swift. Less that 24 hours after Indiana ended an 11-game losing streak with an overtime win over Northwestern, Crean has chosen not to renew the contract of...
Tags: Basketball, Contracts, Education, Sports, Schools
wpix.comAll New York City public schools are open Wednesday, despite Mayor Michael Bloomberg's declaration of a weather emergency for New York City due to the overnight snow storm. New NYC School Chancellor Cathie Black made the announcement at 5 a.m. and stated...
1st) Media Wave When Dr. Philip Eliasoph needed films for a class on Jewish cinema that he was teaching at Fairfield University, he turned to Paul Jordanopoulos, owner of Media Wave Video in Fairfield. And the professor isn’t alone. Film fans have...
Tags: Stamford, Danbury, Westport, Entertainment, Stratford
Even though three nearby Borders Books outlets recently closed, the Rainy Faye Bookstore has a hard time staying solvent. Located in the Read's ArtSpace building in downtown Bridgeport, the funky shop features a large selection. “The economy is...
Sisters Ada and Jocelyn Truong, of Clarksville, both won first place in their age categories in the Howard County Bird Club's 2011 student art contest. Ada, 10, a fourth-grader at Centennial Lane Elementary School, drew an Overbird using pastels. Jocelyn,...
Ali Angelbello St. Thomas Aquinas senior Pos. P; Stats: .412 BA; 21 RBI; 9-2 Comment: Had a season-ending knee injury just prior to districts. Signed with Villanova University. Stephanie Chaiser Archbishop McCarthy sophomore Pos.: DH; Stats: .507...
Camille Coffey can't tell you she led her teams in kills, aces, blocks and digs this season. She doesn't keep track of her statistics. "I don't play for numbers, I play to win," said Coffey, a Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy senior who served as captain...
Tags: Soccer, Volleyball, Sports
The Hartford CourantWhile awaiting his likely arrest, a Connecticut man charged with sexually assaulting boys at the internationally recognized charity he founded for orphans in Haiti tried to buy off his victims and otherwise thwart an investigation of his conduct,...
Tags: Crimes, Lawyers, Police Arrests, Gaming, Defense
The Hartford CourantSTORRS – Jim Calhoun and the University of Connecticut embarked on what promises to be a long-term relationship Thursday, as both sides stated clearly the Huskies' new men's basketball coach will need time to get the job done. Calhoun, who compiled a...
Federal prosecutors said Thursday that they now have evidence that the Connecticut founder of an internationally known residential charity for children in Haiti sexually abused nearly twice as many poor and homeless boys as originally suspected. A...
Tags: International Law, Crimes, Lawyers, Gaming, Abusive Behavior
The Hartford CourantThe Connecticut founder of an internationally known residential charity for hundreds of homeless boys in Haiti has been accused in a federal indictment of repeatedly abusing the children sexually, sometimes after threatening to return them to the...
Tags: Crimes, National Security, Lawyers, Sex Crimes, Haiti
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