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Connecticut Children's Medical Center

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  • Students Working With Parents Of Sick Children To Hold Dance Marathon Fundraiser For CCMC

    Students Working With Parents Of Sick Children To Hold Dance Marathon Fundraiser For CCMC
    Young adults stay up all night, dancing and socializing, until they literally can't stand anymore. A wild college bender? Nope. The excitement surrounds the largest student-run philanthropic event in the state: the University of Connecticut HuskyTHON. "It...
  • Interfaith Stitchers craft pillows, blankets and more

    Dozens of women have gotten together at the Westfield Congregational Church in Danielson on Thursday mornings for more than 15 years. Those women have knitted, sewn, crocheted and quilted thousands of items to be given away. Quilts and pillows with...
  • Mom Who Hurt Infant Son Gets 15 Years In Prison

    VERNON — A 25-year-old Vernon mother of three pleaded guilty Friday to assaulting her infant son and was sentenced to 15 years in prison. Amanda Lynn McGuire will be on special parole for five years when she is released from prison. A year ago,...
  • Bill Would Require 'Safe Sleep' Instruction For New Parents

    The number one cause of infant and toddler death in Connecticut isn't child abuse, car accidents, choking, drowning or falling. It's unsafe sleeping conditions. "Not a month goes by when we don't review a tiny baby who died in a bed with a blanket,...
  • Parents Fight For Daughter and Others With Rare Cancer

    Parents Fight For Daughter and Others With Rare Cancer
    Emily Ricker Sullivan of West Hartford is struck by her daughter's kindness. Kiley overheard a little girl crying in a hospital room at Connecticut Children's Medical Center. "She said, 'I want to give her something,'" recalls Emily. "She went and got her...
  • Plainville Mother Accused Of Assaulting 2-Month-Old Son

    Plainville Mother Accused Of Assaulting 2-Month-Old Son
    BRISTOL — A Plainville mother charged with severely assaulting her 2-month-old son was ordered held on $1.2 million bail after her arraignment Friday in Superior Court. Caitlin Knight, 27, was charged Wednesday with first-degree assault and risk of...
  • Plainville Mother Charged After Infant Critically Injured

    Plainville Mother Charged After Infant Critically Injured
    PLAINVILLE — A local woman whose child suffered serious injuries in December was charged with assault on Wednesday, police said. Caitlin Knight, 27, was charged with first-degree assault and risk of injury to a minor, police said. Police...
  • Nine Students Hurt In School Bus Accident In Hartford

    Nine Students Hurt In School Bus Accident In Hartford
    HARTFORD — Nine children were taken to Connecticut Children's Medical Center and an adult to St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center after a school bus and car at collided at Asylum Avenue and Scarborough Street Tuesday afternoon. The children...
  • Connecticut Supreme Court Upholds Ruling That State Can Force Chemotherapy On Teen

    Connecticut Supreme Court Upholds Ruling That State Can Force Chemotherapy On Teen
    HARTFORD — A Connecticut teenager will continue to receive chemotherapy against her will and her mother's wishes. In an oral ruling, the state Supreme Court unanimously found Thursday that the question of whether Cassandra C., 17, of Windsor...
  • Man Sentenced To 3 Years In Crash That Killed Enfield Middle School Student

    Man Sentenced To 3 Years In Crash That Killed Enfield Middle School Student
    ENFIELD — A 29-year-old man who struck and killed an Enfield sixth-grader while riding his motorcycle was sentenced to 3 years in prison on Wednesday, according to the clerk's office. Brian Dolloff pleaded no contest to a single count of second-...
  • Report: Stronger Response Needed For Children Who Witness Domestic Violence

    After a year in which six children were present when their mothers were murdered, advocates are recommending that the state pay more attention to young people who experience domestic violence. In a new report, a group of child advocates and other...