Cache 3: Rise of the seekers   Published Aug 19, 2014
In the third part of this series, reporter Charles Kreutzkamp visits towns served by Record-Journal Weeklies to search for Geocaches. SPOILER ALERT: specific details ahead. … more ...
The Donald Sterling outrage that has spread like a prairie wildfire across the realm of sports has another side to which the impetuous pay little … more ...
Last Saturday, April 12, I went to hear Chris Flanagan talk about the transfer station and recycling in Durham at an event at the Durham … more ...
Jason Bateman does bad so good. In his directorial debut for Bad Words, the Arrested Development star plays middle aged Guy Trilby with a chip … more ...
Day at the aquarium is a treat   Published Apr 15, 2014
A few weeks ago, my family took advantage of a weekend that offered the spring-like weather we’ve all been craving, and spent the day at … more ...
Budgets, Beseck, birthdays and more   Published Apr 10, 2014
It’s been a while. Quiet is good! Over the past year or two, the Lake Beseck area has been buzzing with activities. The new dam … more ...
Spring… Earth Week… They’re finally here. After a record-setting, seemingly never-ending winter, Transition Towns from Virginia to Connecticut are really ready to break out with … more ...
Go ahead, bite the big apple   Published Mar 28, 2014
I lived in the Hamptons for seven and a half years. I know a snub when I see one. Scheduling the Class L girls basketball … more ...

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Legos make everything awesome   Published Apr 15, 2014
Do you remember opening up a box of Legos as a kid? All those little pieces in primary colors with a few white, clear and … more ...
Little League needs you to lend a hand   Published Mar 15, 2014
I have volunteered for Coginchaug Little League for the past three years and am currently the director of information. It has always been a struggle … more ...
Saving the patient/doctor relationship   Published Mar 18, 2014
There is a problem with our healthcare system today that transcends the political divide over Obamacare and the debate about how to best deliver quality, … more ...
Some thoughts on high school age sports today, otherwise known as the era of Let’s Give Everyone a Trophy. I’ve been down this road before, … more ...
It’s still winter. Have you noticed? We certainly have, and are pining for spring days that bring trips to the park and the ability to … more ...
HARTFORD (AP) — Movie-goers whose ears hurt after watching a film could get some relief from a bill being considered by Connecticut state lawmakers. The … more ...
(HARTFORD, CT) — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy made the following statement in reaction to preliminary 2012 Census of Agriculture data released recently by U.S. Department … more ...
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