Miller retires after 39 years in NL public schools
One needn't throw 100 mph to be an effective pitcher
Recently retired Old Lyme coaches always left us laughing.
CIAC's continues to perpetuate a caste system
Clearing out the spring sports notebook ...
East Lyme reminded us all over again that sports are at their best with a rattle and hum in the atmosphere.
There aren't many stories from the great old days at St. Bernard that, directly or tangentially, didn't involve Dave Pesapane, who sadly died at his home last month in Raleigh, N.C.
Adults could learn a lot from the kids
Life is hectic and fun in the Podeszwa house this spring.
"Those People" shows how this country works best when we include everyone of all colors, religions, ancestries and orientations who learn with, play with, sing with and learn about each other.
Old school values propel Bono, CCSU into NCAA baseball tournament.
Our accomplishments and attractions shine the spotlight on other aspects of life here
Fitch pitcher Ethan Mireault sustains all the habits of a good crafty lefty.
'The Neighborhood' must unite and save UHart.
WNBA star Liz Cambage gets away with threats because she can.
Unwritten rules of baseball exist for a reason.
The city's 81-year-old Grande Dame is open again
Sun play with inspiring effort in win over Phoenix
The Miskiewicz family of Norwich is quite the cultural blend
At some point, we need to start teaching kids about consequences, accountability, responsibility and the fallout for abdicating personal decency.
Sometimes, we're reminded of what truly matters with lessons we won't soon forget.
Championships keep rolling in at Mitchell College
Random thoughts from the sports world
Baseball has an approach problem. Not a hitting coach problem.
It's time to renovate a building with wide-ranging cachet.
The Mets and Sox, enemies from back in '86, found solidarity amid anxiety.
Sara Buscetto finds the time to work, earn a real estate license and steal bases.
Federal judge dismisses lawsuit that would prevent transgender athletes from competing in girls' high school sports in CT
Rowing team member Erica Bushey: "We just want UConn to treat us like their male athletes."
Synergy between academics, athletics has always existed
Friends, family to gather May 1 to remember Ryan Marshall's life.
Frank Villazante doesn't let radiation treatments for cancer hold him back
The cheers from the men's basketball first foray into March Madness had barely softened to echoes when news leaked of the University of Hartford's alleged fiscal woes and dubious future in Division I athletics.
ECC reserves the right to remove spectators who do not wear masks this spring
As Waterford thrives, East Lyme's sports facilities don't compare
Downtown's potential can only be realized with more police presence
Hitting the 'send' button can imperil seasons, lives
Move to Big East requires more of UConn men's basketball.
The freshmen lead UConn only so far in 2021.
Sunday's '60 Minutes" feature on Dave Kindred shows the power of high school sports.
They're talking women's basketball. It doesn't matter what they're saying.
Just because UConn makes the Final Four every year doesn't mean it's easy.
Connecticut needs to adopt policy allowing coaches out-of-season access
And it all began 25 years ago this March.
Former Fitch great Harvey diving into analytics with the Orioles
This was Chris Dailey at her core. No big deal. We got this. Her calmness, assuredness and understated command illustrated once again why she belongs on the mythical women's Rushmore in the history of our state.
Disappointing end to UConn's season.
Bulkeley won the NE basketball title in March of 1951
Scholarship winner close to ending career at St. Bernard.
University of Hartford grads in the region rejoicing this week
Bouknight must be better in NCAAs next week for UConn to advance.
NFA athletic director inspired by Floyd's death to enact change
Sean Lowe, a Hall of Fame athlete at Ledyard High, was 44 last week when he died last week.
The Huskies have awakened the echoes. Now can they deliver?
Hockey's popularity growing in region.
Our words are getting meaner
UConn's win over Seton Hall solidifies tourney berth
NFA coach leaves his mark on his school, program
Random thoughts from the sports world
City coffee shop stays alive during pandemic
City needs input from people on the front lines who work with the kids and know them the best
There is no place to dissect a kid's life in the wake of his death.
Is James Bouknight, who has appeared in all of eight games this year and 39 in his college career, ready for NBA rigors?
High school basketball season a success - so far
You grow up in your town, played in your community, play for your school and with your friends.
There's no reason for such secrecy over an elbow injury.
Zoom calls becoming quite popular for two downstate attorneys.
An ode to role players everywhere
Huskies don't need aesthetics to win.
Better days coming for frustrated Huskies
Recently retired coach leaves long legacy
New guidelines offer hope for high school sports.
Proposed community center has potential
Random thoughts from the sports world.
Baseball Hall of Fame voters have tougher decisions than ever.
Former Mohegan Sun CEO leaves quite a legacy.
Feds should take the lead on transgender issues
UConn men need an offensive coordinator.
History a key to women's basketball's best rivalry.
BU program unwilling to help shed light on masks and basketball