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  • Supporters Say Derby Father Of Four Is Victim Of Trump's Immigration Crackdown

    Supporters Say Derby Father Of Four Is Victim Of Trump's Immigration Crackdown

    An undocumented father of four who has been living in Connecticut for 24 years with no criminal record faces deportation because of stepped-up immigration enforcement under President Donald Trump, the man's supporters said Friday. Luis Barrios, a sanitation worker from Derby, has been ordered to...

  • Four Hurt During Daylight Shootings In Hartford's South End

    Four Hurt During Daylight Shootings In Hartford's South End

    An argument outside a bodega on Franklin Avenue shortly before noon Friday escalated to shootings that sent four people to the hospital with injuries, police said. Officer Michael Verrengia, the community service officer for the Parkville neighborhood, was driving on Franklin Avenue at about 11...

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  • Man Killed In Wrong-Way Crash In Danbury

    A Danbury man died late Friday following a wrong-way crash on I-84 westbound near Exit 3, state police said. Marcos Ramon Chillogalli, 40, was traveling east in the westbound lanes of I-84 when he collided with a westbound vehicle shortly before 11 p.m. Friday, police said. He died as a result of...

  • Former Choate Headmasters Resign From Honorary Trustee Positions

    Former Choate Headmasters Resign From Honorary Trustee Positions

    Two former headmasters of Choate Rosemary Hall have resigned as Life Trustees following reports that sexual abuse and misconduct went unreported during their tenures, a school spokesperson said. Charles Dey, who led the school from 1973 to 2011, resigned from the largely honorific position on Thursday,...

  • West Hartford Motorcycle Crash Seriously Injures Two

    West Hartford Motorcycle Crash Seriously Injures Two

    A crash involving a car and motorcycle sent two people to the hospital with serious injuries on Friday afternoon. Just before 5:30 p.m., a Honda Civic traveling west on New Britain Avenue collided with an eastbound Honda motorcycle as the car turned left onto Hollywood Avenue, police said. The...

  • East Hartford Felon Gets More Than 6 Years For Crack Distribution

    An East Hartford resident and convicted felon was sentenced Friday to 80 months in federal prison for distribution of crack cocaine. A federal judge in Bridgeport also ordered John Thomas Minter, 29, to four years of supervised release, according to the U.S. attorney's office. Minter was a member...

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  • Early Morning Shower, With Temperatures In The 80s

    Early Morning Shower, With Temperatures In The 80s

    Summer weather will stick around for the first half of the weekend. Then if you like it a bit cooler, spring returns Sunday. Thunderstorms are possible heading into early Saturday (4 AM – 8/9 AM). We do not expect any severe weather Saturday morning but a storm could wake you up. After an early...

  • One House at a Time, Rebuilding Together Helps Hartford

    One House at a Time, Rebuilding Together Helps Hartford

    Doris Simmons' tiny home on Clark Street was built in 1920. And despite her two decades of TLC, it's starting to show its age. The outlets on the second and third floors don't have power thanks, in part, to some questionable wiring. The roof leaks. The three flights of stairs could use some stabilization....

  • Legislators, Leave CT-N Alone

    Legislators, Leave CT-N Alone

    The Connecticut General Assembly wants to wrest editorial control of the public Connecticut Television Network away from the professionals who have been running it fairly and successfully for years and impose its own judgment on what gets covered — a move directly opposed to the principles upon...

  • Scaled-Back XL Center Renovations Approved In Legislative Committee

    Scaled-Back XL Center Renovations Approved In Legislative Committee

    A key legislative committee Thursday approved funding for renovations to Hartford's XL Center, but it cut deeply into what had been recommended by the governor. The finance, revenue and bonding committee approved $40 million for 2018 and $35 million for 2019 as part of the much larger capital improvement...

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