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For Victim In Hotchkiss School Abuse Case, The Suffering Continues

It started for Hilary Mullins during her ninth-grade year at the Hotchkiss School in 1976. She was from Vermont and she didn’t feel as if she fit in with the preppy crowd. She hadn’t had the academic preparation they had and she didn’t like pink pants or shirts with crocodiles. She had always been...More

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  • Forest Street Fire Displaces 20 Hartford Residents For A Night

    Forest Street Fire Displaces 20 Hartford Residents For A Night

    A fire that broke out inside a Hartford apartment building Monday night was quickly contained by firefighters, but displaced about 20 residents for the night. No one was injured, officials said. The Hartford Fire Department is investigating what started the fire at 44 Forest St. No apartments were...

  • West Hartford Crash Leaves 1 Hospitalized After Car Hits Pole

    West Hartford Crash Leaves 1 Hospitalized After Car Hits Pole

    A car crashed into a pole along New Britain Avenue in West Hartford Saturday afternoon, leaving downed power lines across the roadway. Fire engines and Eversource arrived on scene just after the accident at 5:50 p.m. to secure the area and make repairs. One person was loaded into an ambulance by...

  • Second Of Two Men Charged In Hartford Robbery, Shooting Pleads Guilty

    Second Of Two Men Charged In Hartford Robbery, Shooting Pleads Guilty

    The second of two men charged in connection with a robbery and shooting on Stonington Street last year pleaded guilty Monday. Tyquan Williams, 19, pleaded guilty to second-degree robbery for an Oct. 3, 2017, theft of a car. He also pleaded guilty to third-degree burglary for breaking into a home...

  • State Receives Federal Disaster Declaration For May Storms, Opening Up Cleanup Funding

    State Receives Federal Disaster Declaration For May Storms, Opening Up Cleanup Funding

    Three months after a strong line of storms tore through Connecticut, the state has received a federal disaster declaration that is key to unlocking funds to cover cleanup costs. “This declaration will provide much needed financial assistance to our municipalities and the state,” Gov. Dannel P....

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  • UConn Offensive Line Preview: Veterans Ryan Crozier, Matt Peart Anchor Improved Unit

    UConn Offensive Line Preview: Veterans Ryan Crozier, Matt Peart Anchor Improved Unit

    As UConn’s Aug. 30 season-opener against UCF creeps closer, The Courant will go position-by-position through the Huskies’ roster, breaking down the depth chart. After tackling the offensive skill positions, we move on to the offensive line. Starters LT — Ryan Van Demark, sophomore; LG — Cam DeGeorge,...

  • Seven Stars Cloud Inks Two Major Deals Since Announcing West Hartford Hub

    Seven Stars Cloud Inks Two Major Deals Since Announcing West Hartford Hub

    In the month since Seven Stars Cloud announced plans to build its global technology headquarters in West Hartford, the once little-known financial technology company has landed its first major clients. The company’s chief financial officer says SSC stands to earn $480 million from the latest deal,...

  • Former Farmington Woman Killed During Robbery In Nashville

    Former Farmington Woman Killed During Robbery In Nashville

    A woman who grew up in Farmington was one of two people fatally shot during a robbery in Nashville on Friday, police said. Within a few hours of naming two people of interest Monday, Nashville police had both suspects in custody. Jaime Sarrantonio, 30, died shortly after the shooting outside a...

  • Hartford Police Investigate City's 16th Homicide Of 2018

    Hartford Police Investigate City's 16th Homicide Of 2018

    Responding to reports of shots fired early Monday on Garden Street, city police said they found a 28-year-old man dead from several gunshot wounds. In the city’s 16th homicide of this year, police said a South End resident, Randolph Paidama, was gunned down behind the apartment building at 592...

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