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  • Granby Man, 71, Killed In Crash On Route 10

    Granby Man, 71, Killed In Crash On Route 10
    GRANBY — A 71-year-old local man was killed in a two-vehicle crash on Route 10 Friday afternoon, police said. Anthony Mazziotti, who was driving one of the cars, was taken to Hartford Hospital after the crash, which happened about 4:41 p.m. near...
  • Hartford Symphony Orchestra Offers 'Petting Zoo' Of Instruments

    Hartford Symphony Orchestra Offers 'Petting Zoo' Of Instruments
    There were no lambs, goats or bunnies in a petting zoo that visited the Saint Francis Hospital Child Care Center recently. Instead, children were able to "pet" — and try out — trumpets, violins, flutes and drums from the Hartford Symphony...
  • Police Arrest Son-In-Law In East Hampton Horse Farm Assault

    Police Arrest Son-In-Law In East Hampton Horse Farm Assault
    EAST HAMPTON — State police have arrested the son-in-law of the woman who owns a local horse farm, saying that he played a role in the woman's beating last year. Matthew M. Frick, 28, of Sand Hill Road in Portland, was charged with conspiracy to...
  • Teen Dies In Shooting 5 Months After His Father Was Killed

    Teen Dies In Shooting 5 Months After His Father Was Killed
    HARTFORD — Police on Thursday continued to investigate the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old who was shot in the head north of Albany Avenue this week. Mariano "Papacito" Gonzalez III, of Fairmount Street, whose father was shot to death in...
  • Convicted Murderer Refuses To Testify Against Co-Defendant

    Convicted Murderer Refuses To Testify Against Co-Defendant
    HARTFORD — The man convicted of killing Shamari Jenkins in Hartford in April 2013 refused on Tuesday to testify against Carlton "CJ" Bryan, the man for whom the state claims the killing was done. Matthew Allen Hall-Davis, 26, who is serving a 70-...
  • Four Things To Know At The Capitol Today

    Four Things To Know At The Capitol Today
    1. The House and Senate will be in regular session Thursday. The deliberations and discussions will begin at 11 a.m. in the Senate and noon in the House and will be streamed on CT-N. 2. With graduation and prom season around the corner, state...
  • Three Charged In 2014 Hartford Homicide

    Three Charged In 2014 Hartford Homicide
    HARTFORD — Three men have been charged in connection with a fatal shooting last October on Bedford Street, according to court records. Kareem Mack, Traevaughn Morrison and Raymond DeJesus, all 19, were charged with felony murder and first-degree...
  • Malta House Celebrates 2015 Wonder Women

    Malta House Celebrates 2015 Wonder Women
    While many were celebrating Mexico's Cinco de Mayo with margaritas Tuesday, over at the Bushnell it was an "All American" celebration with white wine toasts for some amazing Wonder Women. Malta House of Care, a non-profit that provides mobile primary...
  • 'Let's Not Meet By Accident' Teaches Prom & Graduation Safety

    'Let's Not Meet By Accident' Teaches Prom & Graduation Safety
    Prom and graduation season is here.  So, Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford is hosting high school students for an intense half-day program that encourages them to make smart choices. Let's Not Meet By Accident is a free,...
  • Serious Dirt Bike Accident In Vernon

    VERNON — A man was seriously injured in a dirt bike accident on a hiking trail, police said. About 7:15 a.m. Tuesday, a hiker found a man in his 30s at the bottom of a steep embankment on the "Rails-to-Trails" path off Tankerhoosen Road. Lt....
  • Community News for Vernon edition

    Students honored at the 21st Annual Accounting Banquet VERNON - On April 21, more than 180 administrators, alumni, faculty, students and friends from several accounting firms took the time from their busy schedules to travel to Eastern Connecticut...