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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...
  • 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,...
  • St. Francis Settles Reardon Child Sex Abuse Claims

    St. Francis Settles Reardon Child Sex Abuse Claims
    St. Francis Hospital and its insurers have reached settlements with virtually all of the 150 known child victims of hospital endocrinologist George Reardon, a milestone in years of contentious litigation that grew from what may be the most extensive...
  • E-Cigarettes, Gum or the Patch?

    E-Cigarettes, Gum or the Patch?
    With nicotine substitutes, effective delivery is paramount. Some smokers chew nicotine gum in an effort to quit, but instead of parking a slightly masticated piece between cheek and gum, they chomp the little squares like a wad of Bazooka. This sends...
  • City Police Officer Says Prisoner Attacked Him

    One of three police officers being investigated in connection with an alleged beating of a prisoner claims in an arrest report that the prisoner assaulted him inside a Hartford police booking cell earlier this month. Officer Rhashim Campbell wrote in...
  • Prostate Screening Debate Continues

    Prostate Screening Debate Continues
    As a boy, Ophni Davis dreamed of becoming a doctor. Instead, he became a barber. But he still considers it his job to look after people's welfare. So if a man who looks about the right age comes into his Blue Hills Avenue salon in Hartford, Connecticut,...
  • Area Hospitals busy over Swine Flu

    The fears over possible swine flu cases are keeping hospital emergency rooms busy and supplies dwindling. Here at St Francis Hospital as well as hartford hospital, test kits are in short supply. Every sniffle, cough and fever bringing worried out and into...
  • Hartford Police are investigate overnight shooting

    Hartford Police are investigating an overnight fatal Shooting on Garden Street. Around 12:15 a.m. Police responded to 381 Garden Street where two people were shot. The two people were taken to St. Francis Hospital. One victim was pronounced dead and the...