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Connecticut Children's Medical Center

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  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • Buckley Custodian Shaves His Head For A Good Cause

    Buckley Custodian Shaves His Head For A Good Cause
    Patrick Carroll, a custodian at Buckley Elementary School, has always been known for his long "rock 'n' roll" hair style. But he's shaved his locks for a good cause. Carroll, who has worked at the school for 12 years, decided to offer his hair as a...
  • 'Capes For Kids' Aims To Honor Newtown Students' Bravery

     'Capes For Kids' Aims To Honor Newtown Students' Bravery
    On Friday, 13-year-old Allison Anderson could only think of her three young siblings while learning the news out of Newtown," according to her mother Camella Mollica. When the family was discussing the tragedy, Allison's 6-year-old brother, Frankie...
  • 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...
  • National Free Coffee Day at Bruegger's, Nov. 14

    National Free Coffee Day at Bruegger's, Nov. 14
    Free coffee! Yes, it's true. While we all know that the price of making coffee at home and slugging it to work with us is much cheaper than paying someone else to make it and hand it to you in a paper cup, we Americans love our coffee too much to wisen...
  • Paul Newman's Oasis In Ashford; Actor Created A Special Place Where Kids And Families Can Leave Their Problems Behind

    Paul Newman's Oasis In Ashford; Actor Created A Special Place Where Kids And Families Can Leave Their Problems Behind
    WEST SUFFIELD -- As soon as Tim and Cara Beneski heard the news on Sept. 26, 2008, they called their sons to "The Island," their king size bed that is haven for family time. "We told them Paul Newman had passed away," Cara said. "They were hysterical, so...
  • In Reardon Case, Hospital's Ignorance No Defense

    In the ugly case of George Reardon, child abuser/pornographer who was St. Francis Hospital's head of endocrinology, the medical center has had multiple opportunities to take the high road. Over decades, Reardon, who died in '98, lured children into his...
  • Drowning Victim's Family Notifies East Hartford Of Intent To Sue

    Drowning Victim's Family Notifies East Hartford Of Intent To Sue
    The family of the East Hartford High School freshman who drowned in the school's pool earlier this month has notified officials they plan to sue the town as well as employees of the school district.    According to a notice of intent to file a lawsuit...
  • Series Of Caregivers Saw Marks On Child, 3, Before Death

    Early childhood educators, doctors at a clinic and state child-protection workers had interaction with an often bruised and injured Athena Angeles and her mother in the weeks before the 3-year-old was allegedly beaten to death last year by the mother's...