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Looking back at 2012, Part 3

The summer of 2012 meant fun and success for many residents of Vernon, Tolland and Ellington. Events like the always-popular "July in the Sky" in Rockville were successful, as usual...

Bolton/Coventry/Lyman Memorial adds Rockville to hockey cooperative

This year, the Bolton/Coventry/Lyman Memorial hockey cooperative has added Rockville to the mix...

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...

Oliva is second Rockville pitcher to sign letter of intent

Coach Frank Levick of the CIAC Class L champion Rockville High School softball team was present at yet another signing of a national letter of intent by one of his senior players, on Dec...

Rams to take game to next level with new coach

“It's going to be exciting,” said coach Israel Caban, after the Rockville High School girls' basketball team's third scrimmage, vs. Hall, on Dec. 3...

'B.C.R.' unites former rivals, but adds depth

Coach Chris Stevenson said the early practices of the hockey season are a little more difficult this season, because he has more players to get familiar with than usual...

Rockville pitcher signs with University of Bridgeport

Rockville High School senior Kaitlyn Lajoie has signed a letter of intent to join the University of Bridgeport softball team in the 2013-2014 year...

Vernon Sparks U-14 team earns co-champion title

The members of the Vernon Sparks girls' U-14 team ended their travel soccer careers in the same fashion in which they began them – with a championship...

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...

Lady Rams improving and enjoying season

With its 3-0 win over Hartford Public on Oct...

Speedy juniors pull off upset in RHS Powder Puff game

The Rockville High School Class of 2014 can walk with a bit of swagger after the girls on the junior class's Powder Puff football team bested the seniors 32-20 on Oct. 11...

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...

Lady Rams showing versatility, improvement

The Rockville High School girls' varsity soccer team has no lack of skilled players, and is inching toward the cohesiveness it needs to become a stronger team...

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...

Rams soccer team taking next step in growth

Despite a loss in the season opener, Rockville High School boys' varsity soccer coach Jamie Bunker said his team looks much improved over the squad that did not notch a win last season...

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...

New coach brings fresh outlook to Rams football

As training camp opened for the Rockville High School Rams football team on Aug. 20, many new players came out for the team. Also new is the head coach...

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