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12 Bulkeley defeated No. 5 East Hartford 75 71 in a CCC first round game Thursday night at Bernard C. Dandley Memorial Gymnasium. “Inside, outside, whenever they need a basket he got it,” East Hartford coach Anthony Menard said. “He’s as good a high school player around as anyone.” Brandon Jones contributed 20 points and Evans St. Juste 13 for the Bulldogs (12 9), who advanced to a quarterfinal Saturday at No. 4 Northwest Catholic, a 72 51 winner over No. 13 Middletown. At the time, the couple promised to always include Justin in family activities and trips. Now they are hoping to win a customized van to help uphold that promise. “I can’t say that we need it more than anyone else,” Becky said. “But we do need one. ” Justin, now 7, experience toms outlet online s up to 30 seizures a day. In addition to the disorder he has global developmental delays, cortical blindness, cerebral palsy, and a condition that causes his body to absorb too much iron.
Lantern Tours this Weekend in East Hartford
October 10, 2012
Both spooky and educational, the Center Cemetery is hosting the annual Lantern Tours, where characters of East Hartfo toms outlet online rd’s past and other historical figures come alive for one night to tell their stories. The “spirits” who will visit the graveyard this weekend include veterans of the American Revolution, the Civil War and those who fought at Iwo Jima, a sea captain, an Irish immigrant, a 20th century pain toms outlet online ter and an early member of the Pitkin family. on Oct. But Madigan’s attorney, Leon Rosenblatt of West Hartford, said he plans to refile the suit once an Appellate Court appeal in a related lawsuit is resolved. Susan Peck.
East Hartford shakes up educational offerings
By ANNE W. Two new schools are opening this year, two others are folding, and one has moved to a new location. The changes represent a significant shift in the town’s educational landscape, and they could be just the tip of the iceberg, as developers plan to add more magnet schools and the town’s public schools rethink their strategies. Rand’s group of students was one of nine chosen in May from 132 applications nationwide to NASA’s Kids in Micro g! Program. East Hartford/Glastonbury Magnet was the only Connecticut school chosen in the contest. The program, in its first year, challenges students in grades 5 through 8 to design an experiment to be completed onboard the International Space Station. Public defenders John Stawicki and John Del Barba had been working with Bednarz to prepare for trial, but then they learned that Stawicki has represented a potential witness for the prosecution. Prosecutor Tom Garcia argued that Stawicki and, by extension, the Hartford public toms outlet online defender’s office could not represent Bednarz and asked Judge Joan K. VANDERMEY, March 3, 2010