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In The Booth with Curt Bloom

Aug 3, 2012 • by John Battle • Sports and Family Magazine
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"My hope is that when a team member, no matter who they are or for whom they are playing, put that uniform on, they understand how lucky and how privileged they are." More

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Nine Mass. colleges face federal scrutiny over financial aid

Mar 31, 2015 • Boston Globe (subscription)
Federal officials have placed nine Massachusetts colleges under heightened scrutiny because of concerns about their ability to manage student aid money, according to US government records released Tuesday. Roxbury Community College, which is ... More

Southington hopes to entice Lincoln College to expand with new sewer line

Mar 12, 2014 • Meriden Record-Journal
SOUTHINGTON — Voters will decide on a $2.6 million sewer expansion plan in November for the northwest corner of town that officials hope will encourage Lincoln College of New England to expand. There's no sewer service in that part of town and the ... More

556 colleges managing finances poorly

Mar 31, 2015 • Standard-Examiner
WASHINGTON — Hundreds of colleges across the country that are doing a poor job of managing their finances are on a federal watchlist that could ultimately make it difficult to access financial aid dollars, a critical lifeline for universities. On ... More

Colorado Mountain College welcomes new vice president

Jan 7, 2015 • Colorado Mountain College News
Regjo is currently the president and CEO of Lincoln College of New England, a small, private residential college in Southington, Conn. Before joining Lincoln College, she held several positions with The Princeton Review, ... She is a member of the ... More

Markley, Robertson vie for 16th District

Oct 24, 2014 • My Citizens News
Markley, a Southington resident, held the seat in 1984 for one term before winning it back in 2010. During his 24-year hiatus from the state Senate, Markley served as the chairman of the Southington Republican Town Committee and, until this year ... More

Southington voters to decide on three projects worth $19 million

Oct 6, 2014 • Meriden Record-Journal
A sewer line could also benefit Lincoln College of New England and Lake Compounce, although the college has no immediate plans to expand and the theme park uses Bristol's sewer system. “A business isn't going to come in without a sewer,” Lounsbury ... More

Clinton Tabernacle's new pastor received calling as a teen

Nov 22, 2014 • Charlotte Observer
The 38-year-old said that before he recognized his calling, he was a high school freshman in Connecticut, playing football and living “a life that didn't portray the faith of Christ. “I was a ... All the while, Freeman attended school: Briarwood ... More

Public sewer line could enable for-profit college's expansion

Mar 16, 2014 • Meriden Record-Journal
SOUTHINGTONLincoln College of New England could benefit from a proposed sewer expansion plan that will bring service to the northwest section of town. But enrollment last year declined by more than 30 percent at the college, which is owned by a ... More

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