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- Connecticut PostJul 25 06:32 AM
NEW LONDON, Conn. (AP) — When Deep River resident Danielle Proper was deciding what career to choose more than a decade ago, she had one main requirement: She wanted to be able to give back to her community.
- Stamford AdvocateJul 15 06:40 PM
STAMFORD - It has become quite the summer Babe Ruth Baseball rivalry. Over the past decade, it seems that Waterford and Stamford have done battle again and again with various age group Babe Ruth Baseball State Tournament titles hanging in the balance.
Stamford Thunder 13s win Babe Ruth state tourney... - Connecticut Post
- The DayJul 23 03:44 PM
Waterford turned to its ace on opening day of the New England Babe Ruth 13-year-old baseball tournament and he delivered.
- The DayJul 24 04:56 PM
Waterford took all the drama out of its game early at the New England Babe Ruth 13-year-old baseball tournament on Sunday.
- Stamford AdvocateJul 25 07:38 AM
Stamford National defeated Farmington, 11-1 last Saturday at Volunteer Field in Newington. District 1 and Section 1 champion Stamford National then beat Waterford, 10-5 last Sunday.
- Journal InquirerJul 11 09:41 AM
How much longer Waterford’s Millstone nuclear power station will continue operating is a major concern for Connecticut’s energy watchdogs and planners.
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJun 27 06:34 AM
WATERFORD, N.Y. (AP) — A sailing barge that was used to bring food to starving people in the Netherlands during World War II is being restored in New York.
- The New Zealand HeraldJun 27 07:19 AM
WATERFORD, N.Y. (AP) " A sailing barge that was used to bring food to starving people in the Netherlands during World War II is being restored in New York.Richard Manack, of Torrington, Connecticut, tells the Times Union of Albany...
- The DayJul 05 02:41 PM
The town's purchase of a formerly private stretch of beach has extended rules banning boogie boards and other floatation devices to a formerly unsupervised area, causing frustration for beachgoers.
- The DayJul 05 08:59 AM
Jones has been with the center for more than 25 years and has been its executive director since 1992