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  • Lawyers Finish Closing Arguments In St. Francis Case

    The attorney for one of Dr. George Reardon's victims asked a Superior Court jury Thursday for between $5 million and $8 million in damages because he said St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center failed to supervise a child growth study that Reardon used...
  • Police: Man Dies After Fight Over Snow Shoveling

    A man died this morning after a fight involving him and two others that began as an argument over snow shoveling, police said. Around 8:30 a.m. police were dispatched to the area of 190 Burnside Ave. to respond to a dispute and were later informed that...
  • In Reardon Case, Tens Of Millions Ride On Fine Print In St. Francis' Insurance Policies

    In Reardon Case, Tens Of Millions Ride On Fine Print In St. Francis' Insurance Policies
    Stuck for years in an unpopular defense of negligence suits by victims of Dr. George Reardon, St. Francis Hospital now is being pulled into a new legal fight, this one involving efforts by its own insurers to reduce their exposure to the $100 million or...
  • A Poet's Legacy: The Wallace Stevens Walk

    A Poet's Legacy: The Wallace Stevens Walk
    Among Hartford's literary luminaries over the past two centuries, Wallace Stevens is right there: That is, wholly within the shadow of Mark Twain. Twain is the subject of constant scholarship, essays and books. Stevens is the poet some Connecticut...
  • FAQ On West Nile Virus And Mosquitoes

    FAQ On West Nile Virus And Mosquitoes
    What You May Not Know About the West Nile Virus and Mosquitoes What is West Nile virus and where did it come from? West Nile virus was discovered in 1937 on the West Nile River in Uganda. Mosquitoes can carry the virus after they bite birds infected...
  • Woman Gets $1.1 Million In Priest Abuse Case; Tells Ex-Bishop, 'Shame On You'

    A New London woman who says she was molested as a child by a now-deceased priest will receive $1.1 million from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Norwich after a retiring Superior Court judge spent his last day on the bench mediating the settlement. Mary...
  • Talking Or Fishing, Breast Cancer Support Takes Many Forms

    Talking Or Fishing, Breast Cancer Support Takes Many Forms
    For breast cancer survivors, support groups have taken various incarnations. Some are based around art therapy or yoga, others are held in more traditional settings. One is even set in a river, where the tranquil setting of fly fishing offers a unique way...
  • Crime & Punishment: Concerts Are "Public Health Emergencies" According to St. Francis Hospital

    Crime & Punishment: Concerts Are "Public Health Emergencies" According to St. Francis Hospital
    Wendy DaCosta, former secretary to Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton, doesn't exactly deny in her wrongful-termination lawsuit that she violated the city's anti-harassment policy but says others were not punished for their own alleged violations of it. DaCosta,...
  • In Search Of Ghost Cats In Northwestern Connecticut

    In Search Of Ghost Cats In Northwestern Connecticut
    I was a "want-to-believer" walking into the lion's den — Bo Ottmann's mountain lion's den. Each time I've written about mountain lions, Ottmann has invited me to see his part of northwestern Connecticut. Ottmann is the founder of the Friends of...
  • ER Doctor Treats Students To A Lesson

    As the chief of general surgery and trauma at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, Dr. Anthony Morgan doesn't fit the profile of a gangster. But he was headed down that road on the mean streets of Philadelphia when he was a kid. Morgan was stabbed...
  • A Plea For More Time: Arguments For Statute's Extension Hold Stories Of Damaged Lives

    He typed up testimony and went to Thursday's hearing, prepared to tell lawmakers about being one of the children pictured in the stash of pornography found in the former home of Dr. George Reardon. He planned to ask them to imagine a boy, once happy,...