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  • One Dead, One Critically Injured After Fiery Hartford Crash

    One Dead, One Critically Injured After Fiery Hartford Crash
    HARTFORD — One person died and three others were injured, one critically, in a fiery two-car crash in the North End early Tuesday. Tracy Artis, 40, of East Hartford, was indentified Wednesday evening as the victim who died in the accident,...
  • Forum Will Address Roles Unemployment, Food Security Play In Individuals' Health

    Struggles with unemployment, food insecurity and unstable housing can take a serious toll on individuals' health, and stronger social supports could play a key role in improving their well-being, according to an advocacy group. While national health...
  • Hartford Police Officer Suffers Minor Injuries In Accident

    HARTFORD — A city police officer suffered minor injuries Saturday after his police car was struck by another vehicle, police said Sunday. Officer Steven McCullough, 36, was investigating an accident at 960 Main St. shortly after midnight when his...
  • Hartford Doctor Goes Above Physician Duties

    Hartford Doctor Goes Above Physician Duties
    The emergency department at Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center can be hectic, but there's no other place Dr. Thomas Brunell would rather work. HARTFORD — The emergency department at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center can be hectic, but...
  • Outreach Nurse Tackles Poverty, Illness and Inequality

    Outreach Nurse Tackles Poverty, Illness and Inequality
    HARTFORD — When Rebecca Santiago became a nurse she was taught how to treat the sick. But more than 30 years in public health has taught her that poverty may be the greatest threat to health and it takes a lot more than medicine to fix it. As a...
  • 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...
  • State Police Investigating Crash On Route 2 In Glastonbury, Driver Sent To Hospital For 'Serious Injuries'

    State Police Investigating Crash On Route 2 In Glastonbury, Driver Sent To Hospital For 'Serious Injuries'
    State police are investigating after the driver of a car was sent to the hospital following a Saturday night crash on Route 2, state police said Sunday morning. The vehicle was traveling eastbound on Route 2 between exits 9 and 10 around 9:30 p.m....
  • Assault Suspect Held On High Bail Day After Killing

    Assault Suspect Held On High Bail Day After Killing
    HARTFORD — A man who police say stabbed Teniel Mack during a drug transaction on March 10 was taken into custody Friday, a day after Mack was found shot to death in the city's North End. James Canidate, 38, of Cornell Street in Hartford, was...
  • Former Nurse Finds Niche In Art

    Former Nurse Finds Niche In Art
    DURHAM — In her previous life as an intravenous nurse at St. Francis Hospital in Hartford, Terry Oakes Bourret was known as the "duck lady." She liked to doodle cartoon ducks on the paper cups that nurses put on the heads of premature babies to...
  • Murder-Suicide Of Durham Couple Shakes Community

    Murder-Suicide Of Durham Couple Shakes Community
    DURHAM — People in town knew Terry Oakes Bourret from her years of painting portraits at the Durham Fair, or Donald Bourret for the movie reviews he wrote for the local library. Their deaths in what authorities are calling a murder-suicide came come...
  • Police: Hartford firefighter said he feared man he shot

    Hartford police are continuing to investigate an off-duty city firefighter's wounding of a man married to his cousin. Deputy Police Chief Brian Foley says 25-year veteran firefighter Donald Brown has a handgun permit and cooperated with investigators...