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Connecticut Children's Medical Center

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  • Eleven Sent To Hospitals After Wethersfield School Bus Crash

    Eleven Sent To Hospitals After Wethersfield School Bus Crash
    WETHERSFIELD — About a dozen people, including seven students, were sent to hospitals Thursday morning after a school bus crash that may have been caused by distracted driving, authorities said. The injuries are not believed to be serious. The...
  • Family Calls Children's Hospital Specialist A Superhero

    Family Calls Children's Hospital Specialist A Superhero
    HARTFORD — The three-tiered cake that 5-year-old Quinn Ostergren chose to mark her successful completion of chemotherapy for a brain tumor came as no surprise to Jennifer Wheaton. "She wanted female superheroes on her cake," said Wheaton, a...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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,...