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  • Legal Incubator In Bridgeport A Win-Win For Clients And Lawyers

    Legal Incubator In Bridgeport A Win-Win For Clients And Lawyers

    As Sandi Fong sets out on her own as a lawyer, she'll have some time to build her law practice. Fong was one of five attorneys selected to join a legal incubator, the first of its kind in Connecticut, run out of the Center for Family Justice in Bridgeport, organizers said. "It makes it attainable,...

  • Jalen Adams Drives It Home For UConn In Final Seconds At Temple

    Jalen Adams Drives It Home For UConn In Final Seconds At Temple

    A long afternoon of chasing had come down to 8.4 seconds. The Huskies, always coming close but never catching their stubborn opponent, were going to have one more chance to get over the top. "We were going to put the ball in Jalen's hands and see what happens," Rodney Purvis said. "And he made...

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  • Crews Searching Thames River For Missing Montville Kayaker

    Crews Searching Thames River For Missing Montville Kayaker

    Crews are searching the Thames River for a Montville man reported by family members as having left to go fishing there Sunday morning, state police said. Lyle Dagenais, 31, left his residence around 11 a.m. with three fishing poles, a tackle box and an 11-foot kayak, according to state police....

  • Airplane Doing Touch And Go Landings At Ellington Airport Makes Belly Landing

    A pilot performing touch and go landings at Ellington Airport on Sunday morning made a belly landing with the aircraft, state police said. The single-engine aircraft touched down and then slid on its belly about 183 yards before coming to rest, state police said. The pilot, who was not identified,...

  • Hartford Fire Battles Blaze On Hamilton Street

    Crews knocked down a heavy fire on the second story of a three story brick apartment building on Hamilton Street. Hartford Fire Officials said the 70 Hamilton Street building was showing heavy fire Sunday around 1 p.m., but it appeared everyone was out of the building. The blaze was put out by...

  • State Police: Man Charged With Operating Under The Influence After Striking Police Cruiser On I-95

    State Police: Man Charged With Operating Under The Influence After Striking Police Cruiser On I-95

    State Police charged a Hamden man with operating under the influence and evading responsibility after they say he struck a police cruiser and fled the scene Saturday night. Police said Genaro Claussels, 49, of Hamden was traveling on I-95 northbound when he failed to move over for a parked emergency...

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  • Lyman Hall Goalie Finley VanHouten Has Proved She Can Compete With The Boys

    Lyman Hall Goalie Finley VanHouten Has Proved She Can Compete With The Boys

    Lyman Hall senior Finley VanHouten spent three years waiting for her chance to be a starting goalie on the boys hockey team. VanHouten had the talent to play for a top girls club team, but she had a different desire. "It was hard, but it felt like the right thing and I was meant to be here," VanHouten...

  • Mild Stretch Continues On Presidents Day, Warmer Temps Ahead

    Mild Stretch Continues On Presidents Day, Warmer Temps Ahead

    Slightly cooler air will be with us on Presidents Day, but temperatures will be still be mild for the time of year, averaging in the 40s. The rest of the week remains warm and relatively quiet (other than a light shower Tuesday night) until we get to Friday night and the weekend when some steady...

  • George F. Will: Yale Grad Says '60s Spawned Today's Venom

    George F. Will: Yale Grad Says '60s Spawned Today's Venom

    In his 72 years, Judge J. Harvie Wilkinson III of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, who was raised in segregated Richmond, Va., acknowledges that he has seen much change, often for the better, including advances in the 1960s. But in his elegant new memoir, "All Falling Faiths: Reflections...

  • UConn Women: A Rare Scare Without Nurse, And Other Things Learned In Win At Tulane

    UConn Women: A Rare Scare Without Nurse, And Other Things Learned In Win At Tulane

    Their most experienced player, an on-court leader and emotional stabilizer, did not play. One of their leading scorers was handcuffed by foul trouble, spending a long second-half stretch on the bench. They shot 38 percent as a team, the worst performance during the 101-game winning streak. They...

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