2nd Lt. Kyle Jackson
Marine Corps 2nd Lt. Kyle Jackson, of Mont Vernon, completed basic training in Quantico, Va., in November. Jackson was recognized for graduating in the top 5 percent of his company, and also received an award for earning the highest scores in land navigation.
Communities in Schools helping struggling students at DHS
Communities in Schools of Delaware aim at helping students achieve in school and develop skills. A recent grant from AT&T will help the organization's presence gorw at DHS
Coming Home (Blu-ray)
Highly Recommended The Movie: Coming Home is proof that, then and now, attempting to return to normal life after combat duty is pure hell. As one of the few feature films to go into the psychological toll of returning war vets, the 1978 Vietnam War-era drama ended up as the most acclaimed work from maverick director Hal Ashby ( Harold and Maude ; Shampoo ). Ashby sympathetically guided Jane ...
Telegraph selling its Hudson building, moving back to Nashua
The Telegraph, Nashua?s daily newspaper and the second-largest daily newspaper in New Hampshire, is selling its Hudson building. The news company, which provides print and digital news and advertising, plans to move to Nashua, where it has had its roots since 1832. Telegraph publisher Jim Konig said, ?It is with much excitement we look forward to the opportunity to return The Telegraph ...
John Warren "Jack" Pohill
John Warren "Jack" Pohill, 66, of Farmington Hills, Michigan, formerly of Richeyville, died Wednesday, December 3, 2014, in Brighton, Michigan, from complications of diabetes.
10 inducted into Connecticut Veterans Hall of Fame
Edwin Francis Atkins, 80, who goes by Bud, was one of 10 veterans inducted into the Connecticut Veterans Hall of Fame Wednesday night at the Hartford Legislative Office Building. They join 95 past honorees including former president George H.W. Bush, a World War II Navy pilot who is a member of the first class of the Veterans Hall of Fame inducted in November 2005.
PCs That Paved the Way for the Altair
While people in Silicon Valley may have been thinking about the direction of the personal computer and, of course, inventing the microprocessors that would come to drive them, it fell mostly to people outside the valley to create the actual machines that became the first PC.
Dec. 13 Scoreboard
There are LOTS of new members of the House. Here?s the one sentence you need to read about each of them.
We help you learn the new representatives by throwing lots of trivia at you.
Meriden Superior Court case dispositions
Stephen J. Gary, 19, 90 Rockdale Road, West Haven, third-degree assault, six months, suspended, two years probation; second-degree breach of peace, nolled.