“Greg holds his own tournament to benefit MS, so I wanted to do something on my own.” Mahopac Golf Club, Lustig’s home club, generously agreed to host the marathon, then Lustig went to work — sending out mass e-mails to public and private courses to promote the event and recruiting players and donors. I knew six rounds of golf was an extraordinary amount to play in just one day, but when Lustig broke down for me how much walking was involved I surprised. Lustig walked the course each round, covering 22 miles. His day began at 6 a.m. and ended close to dusk. “Everyone was tired, but we all felt great, knowing that we were playing for a great cause,” Lustig said. “We all had breakfast before it started and ate bag lunches during the middle of the day out on the course.
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There are players from Bristol, Terryville, Southington and Berlin on the 15U team, and the squad uses the Parisi Speed School on Clark Avenue in Bristol during the winter. There are players from Oxford, and even a player as far away as Norwich, but the Knights tend to stay close to home. Were a local team, Stevens said. We dont do the Florida trips, were more of a development team. The Knights have teams at the 13U, 14U and 15U levels. Stevens said he and his staff look to teach the game of baseball and develop players.
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NORWICH, CT (WFSB) – A Norwich man was arrested after he was caught making drug deals on the streets while his child was home with narcotics inside the residence. Members of Norwich Police Department Narcotics Unit were doing surveillance in the area of Fifth Street and North Main Street because of narcotics activity. Authorities saw a man, who was later identified as 39-year-old Dennis L. Reese, making a drug deal on Fifth Street. Officers approached Reese, who was selling outside of his apartment building, and arrested him. When officers searched Reese’s apartment, they seized more than half an ounce of crack cocaine pre-packaged for sale, numerous 20 mg oxycontin pills, a bottle of liquid morphine, about 70 grams of marijuana and $760. Police also found in the home Reese’s 4-year-old child, who he was supposed to be watching at the time of the arrest. Reese was charged with possession of narcotics (oxycontin), possession of narcotics (morphine), possession of crack cocaine, possession of crack cocaine with intent to sell, two counts of sale of crack cocaine, operating a drug factory, possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to sell and risk of injury to a minor. Reese, who has a long criminal history, is being held on $250,000 and is expected to appear in New London Superior Court on Thursday.
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7 seed Craig Steckowych of Portsmouth Country Club, who fell to No. 58 Kurt Eddins of Exeter, 4 and 3. Defending champion and fourth seed Michael Martel of Keenes Bretwood Golf Course advanced with a 2-1 defeat of Bill Everett of Owls Nest. Play was slowed by weather for less than an hour shortly before noon. Winners of this mornings matches will play in the round of 16 this afternoon at Stonebridge. Mens Soccer Touchline IV 4, Bedford 0 Norwich Xavi Tchana scored twice as Touchline (9-3-2) defeated Bedford in a New Hampshire Soccer Conference Division IV game. Evan Greenwald and Dan Healy also scored for Touchline, Healy on a penalty kick.
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The Norwich Police Department Community Police Unit said in a statement that it got an anonymous tip about a person selling heroin via Craigslist in the Norwich area. Police officers electronically contacted the woman and set up a price and meet-up location for the sale. When the officers arrived on the scene in the Norwichtown area they saw the female and her boyfriend waiting at the meeting location. The officers arrested the two and found heroin in their possession.
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Caleb Broughton, Noah Skarin, Ben Bates and Ben Robinson all delivered base hits and Andrew Houde reached on an error in Lebanons opening explosion. The five-run lead was all Bates and fellow pitcher Chase Hussey would need in a matchup of the districts top two teams. Bates went seven innings for Post 22 (10-0 overall, 9-0 league), striking out five and giving up all of Sweeneys runs. Hussey closed the victory with two innings of two-hit, three-strikeout relief. Lebanon visits Keene Post 4 tonight, then returns to Lebanon High School to face Concord Post 21 on Wednesday. Womens Soccer Dan & Whits 3 Lebanon Wilson Tire 0 Norwich Fielding a young team against one of predominantly high school talent, Lebanon (2-1-2) held up in a New Hampshire Soccer Conference loss at Huntley Meadow. Incoming seventh-grader Kendyl Boisvert turned aside 15 shots in the Lebanon goal, helped by the defense of Rachel Townsend. With a limited roster, coach Shannon Boisvert is mixing the age groups of her players this summer, with middle schoolers receiving prominent playing time on occasion.
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The cartoon drawn by Karl tells the story of Granny Annie Nelson. She lives in Norwich with her family but needs frequent help from the NHS and makes frequent trips to hospital. But by joining up her health and care she can be kept safe, well and more independent. Karl drew the cartoon in live action. It was then speeded up and given a soundtrack. New scheme includes an NHS Cloud so patients care plans can be stored.
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