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Connecticut Children's Medical Center

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  • Police: 18-Year-Old Stole Car At Cemetery, Struck Girl

    Police: 18-Year-Old Stole Car At Cemetery, Struck Girl
    HARTFORD — An 18-year-old who police say stole an occupied car at a Bloomfield cemetery, prompting the 86-year-old passenger to jump out, and struck a 10-year-old Sunday suffers from mental illness, police and family say. Neither the 10-year-old...
  • Newborn Baby Found Dead In Trash Can

    Newborn Baby Found Dead In Trash Can
    EAST HARTFORD — Detectives are investigating the death of a baby whose body was found in a trash can outside a Tolland Street home Tuesday night. Police were dispatched to 1047 Tolland St. at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday for a check welfare call and after...
  • 'I Am Tough': Young Hospital Patient Represents State At Fenway For Fundraiser

    BOSTON — Shemar Williams doesn't remember his first surgery, but his parents can't forget it. Shemar was 3 years old and suffering from severe scoliosis, which pushed his ribs too close to his lungs and threatened him with paralysis. To allow...
  • Manchester Native Enters Arts Commission Hall Of Fame

    Manchester Native Enters Arts Commission Hall Of Fame
    Lynn Damon, who has worked more than 30 years as a professional photographer, has another accomplishment to add to her collection of awards. Damon, 53, was recently inducted into the Manchester Arts Commission Hall of Fame. Damon, who lives in...
  • NCAA Should Get A Life

    Section 13.02.12 of the NCAA manual defines a prospective student-athlete as "a student who has started classes for the ninth grade." Therefore, under NCAA rules, UConn women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma would not be able to phone any youngster,...
  • Willimantic Police Believe String of Shooting Incidents Injuring Two Related

    WILLIMANTIC — Police say a string of shootings that left two people injured this week may be related, and they have arrested local man in connection with one shooting on Tuesday. Officers responded to seven separate incidents throughout the week,...
  • Seven Years In Prison For Hartford Sex Offender

    HARTFORD — A 48-year-old Hartford man who over the course of several years repeatedly raped a young boy from his neighborhood was sentenced Friday to seven years in prison and 10 years of special parole. Pedro Ithier said nothing after hearing...
  • Teens, Customer Injured In East Hartford Fryer Accident

    EAST HARTFORD — Two 16-year-old employees and a customer at a doughnut truck outside the Cabela's store were burned Sunday after a lighter fell in a fryer, splashing hot grease, a fire official said. One of the teenagers suffered first- and second-...
  • Man Took Drugs Before Fatally Slashing Infant, Police Say

    Man Took Drugs Before Fatally Slashing Infant, Police Say
    BRISTOL — Arthur Hapgood Sr. stepped outside 211 Park St. on Monday evening to smoke some marijuana, and when he returned, he was a changed man, witnesses told police. He was making bizarre comments, waving his arms and yelling, and then started...
  • Children's Hospitals Issue Recommendations On Obesity Screening

    With obesity rates rising among children, leaders of the nation's top children's hospitals are recommending that primary care pediatricians help to identify and treat four related medical conditions, previously found in adults, that may be overlooked....
  • New concussion rules to make high school sports safer

    Zackery Lystedt, a 13-year-old junior high football player in Washington state, fell to the ground after a tackle during a game and struck his head – hard. He rocked back and forth in pain, but didn't lose consciousness. Sidelined for only three...