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  • Saint Francis, Smilow Explore Oncology Partnership

    Saint Francis, Smilow Explore Oncology Partnership
    The parent company of Saint Francis Hospital is exploring a contract with Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven for integrated oncology services to treat cancer patients in the Hartford area. The first steps allow Saint Francis/Mount Sinai Regional...
  • Hunter Injured Falling From Tree Stand

    CANTON – A 50-year old Plainville man suffered a broken leg and injuries to his back and head after he fell 25 feet while attempting to climb to a tree stand while hunting Thursday morning. The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental...
  • Love Story: A Sign Of Love In Yin And Yang Sinks

    Love Story: A Sign Of Love In Yin And Yang Sinks
    Proposing puts intense pressure on guys, Brian Mascaro says. "Every guy thinks it has to be perfect or something unique," he says. "You're always worried if you do it randomly, does it mean you didn't plan? … Was it not surprising enough? Does it...
  • Eggs, Milk —Vaccinations? Health Clinic Opens In Stop & Shop

    Eggs, Milk —Vaccinations? Health Clinic Opens In Stop & Shop
    SIMSBURY — Now you can be treated for poison ivy or an earache before picking up eggs and a gallon of milk — all under the same roof. A new clinic at the Super Stop & Shop on Bushy Hill Road also allows you to get a camp physical for one...
  • Medicare Costs For Breast Cancer Screenings Soar, But Benefits Remain Unclear

     Medicare Costs For Breast Cancer Screenings Soar, But Benefits Remain Unclear
    Medicare-funded breast cancer screenings jumped 44 percent from $666 million to $962 million from 2001 to 2009, yet those added costs did not improve early detection rates among the 65 and older Medicare population, according to a Yale School of...
  • Emergency Workers, Mother, Baby, Reunite After Emergency Birth On I-84

    Emergency Workers, Mother, Baby, Reunite After Emergency Birth On I-84
    MANCHESTER — Andy and Jamie Deschene had to make a quick decision the night of Sept. 5. Pregnant with her second child, but not due to deliver until Nov. 9, Jamie Deschene, 30, was having contractions when she called Andy at work and told him to...
  • Bulkeley High Mourns Student Who Was Stabbed To Death

    Bulkeley High Mourns Student Who Was Stabbed To Death
    HARTFORD — Bryan Salaman was the unofficial ambassador of Bulkeley High School, a chatty sophomore who was the first teenager on campus every morning and among the quickest to extend a hand to new students, educators said Monday. His greeting to...
  • Hartford Stabbing Victim In Critical Condition

    Hartford Stabbing Victim In Critical Condition
    HARTFORD — A man who was stabbed in the neck Sunday night is in critical condition at Saint Francis Hospital, according to police. The assault happened about 8:10 p.m. at 36 Bedford St., Deputy Chief Brian Foley said. Major Crimes Division...
  • Woman Stabs Man During Argument, Hartford Police Say

    HARTFORD — Police said they are investigating a weekend stabbing during which a woman stabbed a man. Officers responded to a report of a serious assault at 56 Vine St. shortly before 11 p.m. Saturday, police said. When they arrived, they found a...
  • Storms Challenges Sayers For In 60th House District

    Storms Challenges Sayers For In 60th House District
    Longtime incumbent Democratic state Rep. Peggy Sayers is facing a challenge from Republican Scott Storms for the 60th House District seat. The district includes Windsor Locks and Windsor. Sayers, 73, is seeking a ninth term in the state legislature....
  • Volunteers Make A Difference — Join Them

    Volunteers Make A Difference — Join Them
    It is the tradition at the 250-year-old Hartford Courant that we draw a veil over our political opinions on the Sunday before an election. Today, no talk of government and whatever may influence you as your decide whether and for whom to mark your...