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Photos from the first half of 2012

Looking Back at 2012, part 2

It was onward and upward in the spring of 2012. The Rockville Public Library received enough funding to begin its $3.3 million expansion project...

Looking back at 2012, part 1

Although the area escaped the winter of 2012 without any major storms, there was still some fallout from the October 2011 snowstorm that had to be dealt with...

New era begins for Tolland Eagles

It’s a new start in multiple ways for the Tolland High School girls’ varsity basketball team...

Lady Knights survive tussle in Tolland

The Lady Knights have never been as far as the quarter-finals or better in the CIAC Class M soccer tournament (although they did make the semi-finals in Class S in 2001), and have had difficulty su...

Lady Eagles seeking playoff edge

With a record of 12-2-1 after beating Bloomfield 8-0 on Nov. 1, the Tolland High School Eagles are about to shift gears into playoff mode (after one more game vs. E.O. Smith on Nov. 5)...

Eagles eye post-season behind return to full strength

The Tolland High School girls' varsity volleyball team is having a special year...

U.S. women's soccer makes a splash for Connecticut fans

The Olympic gold-medal-winning U.S. Women's National soccer team played to a 2-2 draw vs. Germany, on Oct. 23, at Rentschler Field in East Hartford...

ECC cross-country championships memorable for local runners

Norwich Free Academy’s Brianna Lenehan won bragging rights as the fastest girl in the Eastern Connecticut Conference on Oct. 18, at the ECC championships in Norwich...

Eagles poised to soar in second half of season

Tolland High School's varsity lacrosse team would appear to have found its high gear after a 16-4 decisive win over Lewis Mills on April 26...

Women's national soccer team returning to Rentschler

The gold medal-winning U.S. women's soccer team will be playing an exhibition match vs. Germany, on Oct. 23, at Rentschler Field in East Hartford...

Eagles waiting for stars to emerge

Coach Jim Leahy said his Tolland High School boys' varsity soccer team is playing well without any star players, but that isn't exactly how he'd like it, as they are losing some close g...

UConn coaching legend retires

In a press conference on the floor of Gampel Pavilion – where thousands of baskets have been made by his players over his 26-year career – coach Jim Calhoun announced his retirement on...

Lady Eagles eye return to playoffs

Last season, the Tolland High School varsity soccer team posted a 13-1-2 record, but was met with some bad luck in the second round of the state tournament, losing to Rocky Hill, 2-1...

Preventing heat stroke in high school athletes

Late August signals the end of summer, and for hundreds of high school football players, the beginning of preseason training...

Tolland edges Edgewood for state Little League title

Coach Steve Paasch had said after his Tolland Little League 13-14 All-Star team dropped the second game of the three-game series vs...

Lacrosse camp increasingly popular for female future high-school players

In its fourth year, Victor Hurtuk's Crank-It Lacrosse Camp has become something of a feeder program for what will hopefully soon be a girls' lacrosse team at Tolland High School...

Eagles exit, but hang hat on successes

Tolland High School's baseball team wasn't able to translate a great season into playoff success, after being knocked out in the first round by New London on May 29 by a score of 14-9, but...

Roller derby league enjoys camaraderie, disproving stereotypes

The women of the Hartford Area Roller Derby (HARD) invite you to leave your pre-conceived notions of what roller derby is at the door, and simply watch and be entertained...

UConn soccer team plays at Addison Park

Young local soccer players got a treat when they were able to see the University of Connecticut players they admire play an exhibition game at Addison Park...

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