'Nuns On The Bus' Engage 200 In Income Inequality Talk In West Hartford

WEST HARTFORD — When most people picture nuns, they envision habits or convents, but the nuns who graced the town Sunday afternoon were anything but, the Archdiocese of Hartford's Nicole Perone said. "For people to see nuns engaged in the world … I think that is completely perfect," Perone, a media...More

  • Aetna, Cigna Futures Foggy In Wake Of Justice Department Decisions To Block Deals

    Aetna, Cigna Futures Foggy In Wake Of Justice Department Decisions To Block Deals

    The decision by the U.S. Justice Department to go to federal court to block two mega-deals in the insurance industry raises several questions. Federal officials, saying the deals would restrict consumer choices, announced their opposition Thursday to the proposed $37 billion purchase of Humana...

  • On eve of convention, Democrats bedeviled anew by email

    Hacked Emails Complicate Democratic National Convention

    On the heels of a tumultuous Republican convention, Hillary Clinton hopes her gathering in Philadelphia will show off a forward-looking Democratic Party united behind her steady leadership. But to do that, she must overcome lingering bitterness among supporters of defeated rival Bernie Sanders...

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  • Cromwell PD: Serious Car, Motorcycle Accident Hospitalizes Two

    CROMWELL — Two motorcyclists were hospitalized after a serious motor vehicle crash at the intersection of Main Street and Shadow Lane. The crash occurred just before 11 p.m. Saturday and shut down Main Street between Court Street and Oakwood Manor while police from Cromwell, Rocky Hill, Wethersfield,...

  • One Dead In Columbia Crash On Route 6

    COLUMBIA — A person has died after a car crashed into a tree on Route 6, state police said. The accident occurred at about 4:30 p.m. and Route 6 by Oakwood Lane is closed, police said. Check back for more information.

  • Bloomfield Man Charged With Driving Wrong Way On I-91

    ENFIELD — A 45-year-old Bloomfield man was arrested after driving the wrong way on I-91 early Sunday morning, state police said. At about 3:30 a.m., Earl Davis was driving south in the northbound lane of I-91, police said. Police said they received multiple calls about the incident, and Davis' car...

  • Two Arrested In New Britain Shooting Investigation

    NEW BRITAIN — Two men have been arrested in connection with an early Sunday morning shooting in New Brite Plaza, police said. Milton Figueroa, 26, of South Whiting Street, and Roberto Alicea, 24, of Atwood Street, were arrested and charged with criminal possession of a firearm and assault, police...

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  • Police: Waterbury Death Now A Homicide

    WATERBURY — The death of a man found dead from a gunshot wound in his car Saturday is now a homicide police said. Cameron Chapman, 25, of Waterbury was found dead from a gunshot wound in a car on Dikeman Street early Saturday morning, police said. The body was discovered about 5:53 a.m. at the intersection...

  • Heat Wave Continues As Week Starts

    Heat Wave Continues As Week Starts

    Sunday will not be as hot with low 90s inland and upper 80s for the shoreline. The humidity returns on Monday along with the threat for storms as a cold front slowly moves in our direction.  The cold front will bring slightly less humid air but the air-mass behind the front is still very warm so...

  • Sanders Delegates Preparing For Clinton's Nomination In Philadelphia

    Sanders Delegates Preparing For Clinton's Nomination In Philadelphia

    When Bernie Sanders said he'd do everything he could to see Hillary Clinton elected as the next president of the United States, Bobby Berriault took those words to heart. The 27-year-old from New Britain worked hard for Sanders in Connecticut. He founded two grass-roots groups supporting his presidential...

  • Camp Offers Haven For Young Fire Victims: They're Not 'The Burned Kid' Here

    Camp Offers Haven For Young Fire Victims: They're Not 'The Burned Kid' Here

    UNION — There are seven days each year that Juan Escobar looks forward to most. More than his birthday, more than Christmas, the week he spends at the Arthur C. Luf Children's Burn Camp trumps them all. The Bronx native, 11, is spending his third consecutive year at the camp, tucked away in the...