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  • Hartford Officials Support Red-Light Cameras

    HARTFORD — Mayor Pedro Segarra and Democratic state Sen. John Fonfara of Hartford gave their public backing Thursday to the latest attempt to pass a bill legalizing red-light enforcement cameras in this city and a dozen other large Connecticut...
  • Police, Trinity To Boost Patrols Near After Attack; Injured Student Released From Hospital

    Police, Trinity To Boost Patrols Near After Attack; Injured Student Released From Hospital
    Trinity College has moved swiftly to step-up campus security and police say they have increased patrols in the area following an attack early Sunday that left a student suffering serious facial injuries. "This senseless and brutal attack instills in...
  • Trinity President: 'We Must Act Immediately'

    Jimmy Jones, in a stern letter to the Trinity College community this afternoon, says the school and the city must move quickly to improve campus safety in the aftermath of a brutal attack on a student early Sunday morning: I want to assure you in no...
  • Trinity Assault Shows Little Has Changed In Neighborhood

    Trinity Assault Shows Little Has Changed In Neighborhood
    When Hartford was beset by gang violence in the 1990s, police sent special patrols to the area of Trinity College and Hartford Hospital. These institutions are vital to the city and need to be protected. It's sad — tragic — how little has...
  • CL&P Hammered From All Angles

    CL&P Hammered From All Angles
    Anger toward the state's major utility flowed from all angles Wednesday as union members railed against too little staffing, lawmakers pushed to fine poorly performing power companies and town officials fumed over the lack of CL&P crews and the glut of...
  • What Kids Can Take From Lance Armstrong: Lessons In Cheating, Bullying, Redemption

    What Kids Can Take From Lance Armstrong: Lessons In Cheating, Bullying, Redemption
    My husband and I were trading words of disappointment and disgust after Lance Armstrong's recent admission to doping when our sports-loving 9-year-old said: "What are you two talking about?" I told him that a well-known bicyclist had taken performance...
  • Southford Falls State Park A Respite In Our Darkest Hours

    Southford Falls State Park A Respite In Our Darkest Hours
    During life's darkest hours, the woods have always been my security blanket. It has always been a place where civilization disappears, replaced by the peaceful sounds of wind whispering through the pines or an owl hooting deep in the forest. And after...
  • Jim Calhoun Timeline: The Career Of A Hall Of Fame Coach

    Born: May 10, 1942 in Braintree, Mass. Family: Wife Pat, sons James and Jeffrey, six grandchildren Education: American International College (1968); Braintree High School (1960) Head Coaching Career: Old Lyme (CT) High School – 1968-69 Westport...
  • Former Courant Columnist Owen Canfield In Critical Condition After Early Morning Crash [The Register Citizen]

    The Register Citizen reports: Legendary Litchfield County journalist Owen Canfield was in critical condition at Hartford Hospital Thursday morning after his car veered off the road and hit a utility pole in Torrington. Canfield, 78, was driving on...
  • Breast Cancer Treatment Is Over; Now How Do You Get Back To Normal?

    Breast Cancer Treatment Is Over; Now How Do You Get Back To Normal?
    A diagnosis of breast cancer often leads to a treatment plan that includes surgery, chemotherapy and/or radiation and frequent check-ups. As the treatment takes place over time, a routine develops. But what happens — and what should a patient do...
  • 2006: 19-YEAR-OLD FATALLY SHOT AT CROWDED PARTY

    A teenager who was shot inside a crowded party early Sunday at the West Indian Social Club was identified Monday as Shaun Dudley, a 2006 graduate of Weaver High School.     Motive and circumstances surrounding the city's 19th homicide of the year were...