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05/27/2013 06:40:22 PM PDT Updated: 05/27/2013 06:50:14 PM PDT How do you hold a moonbeam in your hand?" This rhetorical refrain from the Rodgers and Hammerstein song about the chimerical Maria in the "Sound of Music" could just as easily describe
Geelan has been named the incoming president and chief executive of Guilford Savings Bank. Geelan, who currently lives in Guilford, will be taking over from Margaret Y. Livingston, who announced her retirement today, effective early next year. The
Taylor, who turned around a losing program at Yale and coached the Elis for 28 seasons, died only two weeks after they won their first N.C.A.A. men's hockey championship, defeating their in-state rival Quinnipiac University in the Frozen Four final.
The Hartford Courant Tim Taylor, the longtime Yale hockey coach, died Saturday after a long battle with cancer. Taylor, who was coach of the Bulldogs for 28 seasons in a 30-year span, was 71. His passing came two weeks after Yale won its first
2013-04-26 Trumpeter/composer Daniel Rosenthal grew up playing folk music in the family band led by his father, acclaimed vocalist, songwriter, and bluegrass string player Phil Rosenthal, but he didn't follow in his dad's footsteps. Instead, he
I showed up at the door of a Greenway home I've admired for years. The man who is almost universally known as Sprat Reeves greeted with his enthusiastic welcome, "Delighted." For the next 90 minutes I tried to take notes about his version of the
Conn. (AP) A Guilford High School student says he disagrees with school officials who made him change out of a shirt that has a picture of a gun on it. TV (http://bit.ly/14LzGyP ) that he was exercising his free speech rights by wearing the shirt to
It is part of a package of changes to the state's criminal justice policies recommended by a special commission made up of judges, defense lawyers, prosecutors, police and others. The sentencing recommendation comes in response to a recent U.S...
Owens, For The Baltimore Sun On sparkling spring days, Ann Goldman Giroux enjoys tending her garden, planting vegetables and nurturing the lush roses and rare azaleas that adorn her family's home in Guilford . Giroux, who typically plants 800 white
The two sides squared off in an emotional hearing before the legislature's public health committee. The panel heard hours of testimony on the bill, which would allow physicians to prescribe a lethal dose of medication that a mentally competent,