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The Hartford CourantForget those statistics about birth rates skyrocketing nine months after a major power outage. How about the divorce rates? As more and more time goes by without electricity, heat, hot water, flush toilets, Internet, phone and cable, even the best...
Caroline A. G. Pierson, of Towson, recently received faculty honors for academic achievement at Trinity College in Hartford, Conn. The following students were recently named to the dean's list at Johns Hopkins University. Azam Qureshi, of Hunt Valley,...
For some reason, rock 'n' rollers seem to be obsessed with pie. Songs written about the delicious dessert are unusually numerous. From Led Zeppelin's "Custard Pie" to Warrant's "Cherry Pie" the subject keeps working its way into songs. Strange, huh?...
Tags: Annapolis, Bloomington, New York, Politics, Roseland
The Hartford Courant"Seems like they just love to torment people who love the outdoors." That's what one reader said about the apparent zeal with which the New Britain Water Department tickets cars parked along a town road near a popular hiking and mountain biking spot in...
A muggy, miserable 95 degrees in May and all the beading sweat that imposes on the public ws not enough to deter the dozens who insisted Wednesday on eating al fresco in West Hartford Center. They lunched at the bistro-style tables along Farmington Avenue...
The Hartford CourantHOW IT GOT ITS NAME: The area was first settled in 1740 as a part of Farmington called "West Woods." The town was incorporated in 1806 as Burlington by the Connecticut General Assembly to honor Richard Boyle, Englandıs third Earl of Burlington. HAUNTED...
Tags: Death, Connecticut, Social Issues
The Hartford CourantHOW IT GOT ITS NAME: From the white cedars that reminded the Rev. James Fitch, a founding father, of the cedars of Lebanon mentioned in the Bible. ORIGINS: Incorporated in 1700 from land grants and private land purchased by settlers directly from the...
KickingTiresYes, it's true: Suburban Dad, Mom and kids are hitting the road, leaving today on a two-week excursion from the Midwest, through upstate New York, down to Gettysburg, Pa., and Washington, D.C., on to Burlington, N.C., and finally back to......
Tags: Dodge, Services and Shopping, Vehicles, New York, Lincoln
KickingTiresStarting the third leg of our trip, we headed from Mechanicsburg, Pa., through Gettysburg and down into Washington, D.C., before arriving in Burlington, N.C. The navigation system was crucial for this part of our trip, given that we were driving......
KickingTiresIt???s been a great vacation so far, and now I want to share some of that good fortune with you. Actually, it was my bad fortune that could work out for you. At Cars.com, we like to return our fleet......
KickingTiresWhile I enjoyed driving the 2009 Dodge Journey from New York down to Burlington, N.C., the kids were a little more, er, compressed. Yes, the Journey has three rows, but it???s a relatively narrow seven-seater, and there???s not a lot......
KickingTiresAfter more than 2,500 miles, the votes are in and tabulated. My wife and I, along with our three kids, have finished our 15 days on the road, going from Chicago to Rochester, N.Y., then Gettysburg, Pa.; Washington, D.C.; Burlington,......
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