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Connecticut Children's Medical Center

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  • 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...
  • More Awards For Stefanie Dolson

    NASHVILLE — Stefanie Dolson is kind enough to be one of the American Athletic Conference's sportsmanship award winners. She is gifted enough to make its first team, tough enough to be its defensive player of the year. There is more: Earlier this...
  • State Must Focus On Teen Passenger Safety, Too

    Since May, several fatal crashes involving 16- to 19-year-old drivers and their passengers have occurred in our state. Although not all crashes are the fault of the driver, this age group is susceptible to driver inexperience and poor impulse control. Now...
  • Web Support For Local Kids With Cancer

    Web Support For Local Kids With Cancer
    The web, especially Facebook, is becoming a place where families facing unbelievably frightening circumstances can feel love and support. I recently learned about Camden's Crusade.  Check out the web site, meant to inspire, educate and raise funds for a...
  • Bloomfield School Raises Money For Connecticut Children's Medical Center

    BLOOMFIELD – Students at Metacomet Elementary School celebrated Thursday after raising $1,177.23 for the Connecticut Children's Medical Center during a six week fundraising drive. Ashley Walters, a student in Jennifer Frazier's third grade class,...
  • Auriemma Has Fond Memories Of Coaching Hernandez In AAU

    Auriemma Has Fond Memories Of Coaching Hernandez In AAU
    UConn women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma, who coached New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez in AAU basketball, said he has not been in contact with Hernandez for a couple of years. Massachusetts police continue to investigate what role,...
  • Our Own Miss USA Has Beauty, Smarts, Spirit

    There's no ingrained beauty-pageant culture in Connecticut the way there is in, say, Texas. The last Miss America to hail from here won 80 years ago, and no one from Connecticut has ever taken the Miss USA crown. Until now. Erin Brady of South...
  • Police Seek Cause Of Fatal South Windsor Crash

    As two communities grappled with the loss of teenagers in a weekend car crash, police worked on Tuesday to figure out what caused a van carrying five teens to veer off a road and hit a tree in South Windsor over the weekend.     No charges had been filed...
  • 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  
  • Lawsuit Seeking $20 Million Filed Against Town Of East Hartford, Police

    A $20 million lawsuit filed Tuesday against the town and members of the police department claims police conspired to falsely arrest a 12-year-old boy after he was assaulted by an officer at his home. The lawsuit stems from an incident that occurred on...
  • West Harford Author's Advice To Parents of Picky Eaters: Relax

    West Harford Author's Advice To Parents of Picky Eaters: Relax
    Meal time can become an incredibly frustrating event when you are a parent of a picky eater. "If you put a vegetable in front of a kid a dozen times, eventually he will eat it!" say well-intentioned friends and relatives, but it can be difficult....