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Connecticut Children's Medical Center

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  • Bristol Girl Donates Toys, Shows True Holiday Spirit

    Bristol Girl Donates Toys, Shows True Holiday Spirit
    Amelia is a Bristol kindergartner with a big heart, showing everyone that a little throughtfulness goes a long way during the holiday season. “Amelia has recently expressed her concern to us about the children at the hospital who do not get to...
  • Max Restaurant Group Hosts Champagne Classic

    Max Restaurant Group Hosts Champagne Classic
    Two upcoming Max Restaurant Group events featuring fine bubbly will benefit the Connecticut Children's Medical Center.  The second annual Champagne Gala Dec. 5 at the CityPlace Atrium features tastings of high-end brands like Roederer, Billecart Salmon...
  • Sketch Comedy Gives Teens & Parents Tips for Safe Driving

    Sketch Comedy Gives Teens & Parents Tips for Safe Driving
    The most dangerous year in a person's life is the 12 months after they get their driver's license. So, the Newington Children's Theatre Company is teaming up with the Connecticut Children's Medical Center: Injury Prevention Center, the Allstate...
  • Best Local Charity

    Best Local Charity
    1) CT Food Bank 56 Eagle St.  Waterbury  (203) 759-1919 www.ctfoodbank.org     2) Closer to Free   3) Connecticut Children's Medical Center  
  • Newington Girls Collect Stuffed Bunnies For Children

    Newington Girls Collect Stuffed Bunnies For Children
    NEWINGTON – In the home of twins Julianna and Elaina Vass, stuffed Easter bunnies spill from boxes and bags, threatening to inundate the area around the fireplace. But the plush rabbit toys aren't for the girls, who are 16-year-old sophomores at...
  • Teen In Chemo Fight 'Wants To Be With Her Mother'

    Teen In Chemo Fight 'Wants To Be With Her Mother'
    MIDDLETOWN — Her lawyers say that Cassandra C. has been a powerful advocate for herself throughout her ordeal, first in refusing chemotherapy in the fall and, at a hearing Monday, now cancer-free after several months of court-ordered treatment, in...
  • Teen forced to undergo chemo testifies at custody hearing

    A 17-year-old girl who was forced to undergo chemotherapy testified Monday at a closed door hearing where she and her mother are seeking her release from state custody. The teen, identified only as Cassandra C., testified by teleconference in Juvenile...
  • Hartford Students' Fundraiser: Duct-Tape A Dean

    Hartford Students' Fundraiser: Duct-Tape A Dean
    HARTFORD — While strips of duct tape were readied, Principal Leonard Epps stood in the cafeteria Friday and asked his high school students for their attention. Lunch was underway at the Journalism and Media Academy Magnet School, a staffer from...
  • Jury trial postponed in toddler's 2013 death

    Jury trial postponed in toddler's 2013 death
    With a key witness now living out of town, a jury trial was postponed Wednesday in the case of a 25-year-old man charged with killing a 4-year-old girl in 2013. Carl Michael Cottee Jr., 25, is charged with first-degree murder and felony child abuse in...
  • HuskyTHON is more than simply a fundraiser

    The enthusiasm and energy were palpable the evening of March 7, as hundreds of UConn students gathered at the Hugh S. Greer Field House to gear up for HuskyTHON 2015. The dance marathon, the culmination of a year-long fundraising effort for the...
  • Cancer is in remission for teen forced to undergo chemo

    A 17-year-old Connecticut girl who was forced to undergo chemotherapy by the state after she and her mother refused treatment is happy her cancer is in remission but still upset she had no choice in the matter. The girl, identified in court documents...