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  • Elmcrest Manor Property In Portland Gets Historic Preservation Grant

    PORTLAND — Efforts to save three historic buildings on the old Elmcrest Manor property got a boost this week with the award of a coveted planning grant from the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation. First Selectwoman Susan Bransfield said...
  • Statute Of Limitations On Lawsuits Could Change For Reardon Victims

    The pool of victims eligible to sue St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center over alleged abuse at the hands of Dr. George Reardon could grow under a proposal now before the state legislature. The measure — which would extend the statute of...
  • Lawmakers Are Debating Statute Of Limitations Laws After Reardon Case

    Lawmakers this morning are considering a proposal that would allow adult victims of child sexual abuse to bring lawsuits even if the statute of limitations has run out if new evidence is found that could not have reasonably been discovered before. The...
  • Hartford Officer's Use Of Taser 'Justified,' Says Supervisor

    HARTFORD – A supervisor who on scene when an officer shot an 18-year old Hartford man with a Taser during a confrontation last week signed his name to a report stating that the officer's use of the stun gun was "justified" and "in compliance with...
  • Woman Says Enfield Police Officers Broke Her Leg, Tore Ligaments In Arm

    Woman Says Enfield Police Officers Broke Her Leg, Tore Ligaments In Arm
    ENFIELD — Barbara Crowley and her husband, Patrick, are widely known in the community through Patrick's 10-year stint on the town council, the couple's dedication to youth football and the fact that their seven children attended town schools. But...
  • Funding Approved For UConn Health Center's Upgrade

    Funding Approved For UConn Health Center's Upgrade
    The University of Connecticut scored a victory this week when legislators approved a $362 million plan to revamp and expand the UConn Health Center and fund health initiatives involving other area hospitals. On Friday, officials from three hospitals...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Asylum Hill Neighborhood Celebrates New Partnership To Strengthen The Community

    Three Hartford-area organizations have entered into a first-of-its-kind partnership to enhance the civic capacity in Hartford's Asylum Hill neighborhood. At a meeting of the Asylum Hill Neighborhood Association (AHNA), already considered one of the...
  • Former Hartford School Security Guard Convicted Of Trying To Have Sex With 12-Year-Old

    Former Hartford School Security Guard Convicted Of Trying To Have Sex With 12-Year-Old
    HARTFORD — A former security guard at Milner School on Vine Street was convicted Thursday of trying to have sex with a 12-year-old girl at the school last year. Heriberto Agosto, 51, of Auburn Street, pleaded guilty under the Alford doctrine to...
  • Police: Woman Charged In Hartford Beating of MDC Worker

    HARTFORD — A local woman was charged after she allegedly punched a long-time utilities worker Tuesday morning on Tower Avenue, but police say they haven't found two men who reportedly dragged the man from his truck and assaulted him further. The...
  • Mayor: Hartford To Investigate Stun Gun Shooting Of Teenager

    Mayor: Hartford To Investigate Stun Gun Shooting Of Teenager
    HARTFORD — Mayor Pedro Segarra said Wednesday that the Hartford police internal affairs division and a civilian review board will investigate an officer's use of a stun gun on an 18-year-old during a confrontation in the city's North End. In a...
  • Effort To Improve Health In Impoverished North End Starts In The ER

     Effort To Improve Health In Impoverished North End Starts In The ER
    Deborah Knowlin slowly limps to her kitchen table, favoring her left knee because her right one, she says, gives out frequently. Sitting down at the table, Knowlin snaps open a day-of-the-week pill box and empties Friday's contents into her right hand:...