Berlin native returns to promote role in ‘Dolphin Tale’

By Brenda Maguire CORRESPONDENT BERLIN — The last time Austin Stowell returned to Central Connecticut was to visit his mother. This time, it’s business. Stowell, a Berlin native, will be making an appearance Friday at Rave Berlin 12 Theater on Frontage Road in Kensington to promote the Warner Brother’s film “Dolphin Tale,” in which heContinue reading “Berlin native returns to promote role in ‘Dolphin Tale’”

General picked for key Iraq post was once a New Britain paperboy

NOTE: Front page story By Brenda Maguire Correspondent Forty-five years ago Robert L. Caslen Jr. was just Bob. He was a kid who delivered the New Britain Herald to homes in the city. How times have changed. The boy has grown into a 57-year-old man who’s taking on one of the most daunting tasks theContinue reading “General picked for key Iraq post was once a New Britain paperboy”

State joins region in celebrating Sept. as Apple Month

Note: Front page story in New Britain Herald By Brenda Maguire CORRESPONDENT A cardboard sign was hung outside Rogers Orchards Friday reading, “Due to Irene we will be out of corn until Sat. 9/3/11,” but state Department of Agriculture Commissioner Steven K. Reviczky did not come to the Southington orchards for corn. He came forContinue reading “State joins region in celebrating Sept. as Apple Month”

Guard troops mobilized, public transit suspended as Irene threatens region

Note: Front page story By Brenda Maguire Correspondent The state mobilized National Guard troops Friday and Gov. Dannel Malloy urged residents to finish storm preparations as Hurricane Irene threatened to become the first hurricane to make a direct hit on the state in 20 years. The storm was forecast to make landfall in New EnglandContinue reading “Guard troops mobilized, public transit suspended as Irene threatens region”

Remembering the fallen heroes

By Brenda Maguire News Writer Exeter American Legion Post 934 held their 30th annual Memorial Day Parade and Service on May 30. The parade started at Exeter High School and ended at Forest Hills Memorial Park, where the service was held. “It’s a recognition of our ambulance, police and fire fighters that are serving the communityContinue reading “Remembering the fallen heroes”

NU Professor featured at Kingston Gallery

By Brenda Maguire, News Correspondent Sophia Ainslie is usually the one giving instruction while she teaches her art classes. But on Monday, gallery curator James Hull directed Ainslie instead, while her students set up her art exhibit. Ainslie, a professor in the Department of Art + Design at Northeastern, will be featured at the KingstonContinue reading “NU Professor featured at Kingston Gallery”

Mike Eruzione Profile

His office looks just like any other office in the Boston University Alumni Center. There’s a desk, a computer, a few chairs and framed pictures on the wall. The pictures however, they are not the same as the other offices. A picture of the Stanley Cup with an Olympic gold medal and a picture ofContinue reading “Mike Eruzione Profile”

Cardella scored game-winner as Boston University tops Mercyhurst

By Brenda Maguire • USCHO Arena Reporter • Saturday, March 12, 2011 BOSTON — The game was the first NCAA tournament game hosted by the Boston University women’s hockey team in their six-year history. A win would take them to their first appearance in the Frozen Four. They faced a familiar foe; last season, theContinue reading “Cardella scored game-winner as Boston University tops Mercyhurst”