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COVID-19 hospitalizations dip under 100 in latest numbers released by governor's office. [Read More]
In the hours after a man was killed and a second seriously injured in a sword attack on Mirtl Road in Willington, state police released... [Read More]
A Hartford employee's complaint that he was subjected to a "toxic" work environment by Chief Internal Auditor Craig Trujillo led to a recommendation he be... [Read More]
How the rioters are depicted in the annals of history is dependent on a number of factors, including the skin color of the rioters and... [Read More]
There was a 36.7% increase in shootings in Hartford this year over last, crime stats show. [Read More]
When COVID-19 hit the U.S., the nation collectively directed attention towards the emerging epicenters and encouraged efforts to contain the virus. If Facebook is an... [Read More]
America is and always has been a work in progress and we've all been reminded over these past months that there is much work left... [Read More]
Hartford Baking Company has opened its newest bakery-cafe in Glastonbury, at 400 Hebron Ave. This is its third location, joining two in West Hartford. [Read More]
BIC, which makes 1 million lighters a day at its Milford factory, has won a trade fight that blocks hundreds of millions of knock-off imitation... [Read More]
Closed since last year and unable to open in the spring due to coronavirus, Lake Compounce opened this week for season pass holders. The amusement... [Read More]
Elaine Zimmerman is an award-winning poet and essayist in Hamden who believes that poetry tells a different kind of truth, a truth that can free... [Read More]
The measure, part of drawn out congressional budget procedures authorizing Pentagon spending, approved $6.8 billion for the Virginia-class submarine program, an increase of $2.6 billion... [Read More]
The state Auditors of Public Accounts issued a routine three-year report Wednesday on Central Connecticut State University's operations that mildly criticized some of the school's... [Read More]
Two young Hartford men have been charged with murder in the drive-by shooting at a crowded block party last fall that killed 17-year-old Usher Hanns... [Read More]
MGM Springfield announced Thursday that it will partially reopen its doors July 13 with a strict set of cleaning and social distancing rules for resort... [Read More]
The McCloskeys of St. Louis are engaged in a dispute with neighbors over a parcel of private land, and once grabbed guns over the property... [Read More]
A former Coventry man charged in March with posing as a teen to try to entice minors to engage in inappropriate behavior was ordered Friday... [Read More]
Months after it was initially scheduled to begin, Hartford Athletic will officially open its season July 17 with plans to play 16 matches this year. [Read More]
Connecticut has maintained its lowest rate of COVID-19 positive tests for a week straight, despite soaring numbers of new cases across the country that have... [Read More]
In what shaping up as a litigious election season, a new lawsuit was filed Thursday to force the state to expand access to absentee ballots... [Read More]
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