- 11/29 @ Memphis 2:30pm pregame/ 4pm kick-off
- 12/4 Coach’s Show with Bob Diaco 6-7pm
- 12/6 vs SMU 10:30am pregame/ 12pm kick-off
- 11/30 vs Texas 11:30am pregame/ 12pm tip
- 12/05 vs Yale 6:30pm prgame/ 7pm tip
- 12/14 vs Coppin State 3:30pm pregame/ 4pm tip
- 11/28 vs College of Charleston 8pm pregame/ 8:30pm tip
- 11/29 Gulf Coast Showcase Game #2; opponent and time TBD
- 11/30 Gulf Coast Showcase Game #3; opponent and time TBD
- 11/30 @ Jaguars – following Uconn Men’s Basketball
- 12/7 @ Titans 12pm pregame/ 1pm kick-off
- 11/30 @ Green Bay – following NY Giants
- 12/7 @ San Diego 7:30pm pregame/ 8:30pm kick-off
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Milford’s Recreation Department is considering a smoking ban at Little League fields and possibly parks, beaches and other recreation areas.
Thumbs down Tuesday night from Hartford’s Planning and Zoning Commission regarding the plan to develop Downtown North, which includes a new stadium for the New Britain Rock Cats.
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Hartford residents packed two rooms and dozens stood at microphones at the Parker Memorial Community Center Wednesday night to once again, express their views on a $350 million proposal that includes a minor league baseball stadium for the Rock Cats in the Downtown North section of the city.
Newington voters Tuesday said NO to a proposal to put money into fixing the town hall and building a new community center in Mill Pond Park.
Hartford’s Common Council Thursday formally accepted a resolution from Mayor Pedro Segarra outlining recommendations regarding the selection of DoNo Hartford, LLC as the preferred developer for the Downtown North properties.
Not three months after the New London School Board unanimously picked Terrence Carter as the city’s next superintendent of schools, it has done a 180 and unanimously voted to not ratify his contract.