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  • Man Shot In Apparent Pastry Shop Robbery In Hartford

    Man Shot In Apparent Pastry Shop Robbery In Hartford
    One man suffered a gunshot wound during what police believe was an early morning robbery Saturday of a pastry shop on Albany Avenue in Hartford. Police said the incident occurred around 1 a.m. at the Pastry Dynamics Shop at 1166 Albany Ave. When they...
  • Frances Ardini, Longtime Nurse At Manchester High School, Dies At 88

    Frances Ardini, Longtime Nurse At Manchester High School, Dies At 88
    Frances Ardini, who worked for many years as a nurse at Manchester High School, died on Dec. 28. She was 88. Ardini was raised in East Hartford and attended East Hartford High School. She studied to become a nurse at St. Joseph College, graduating in...
  • Portland Hires Consultant To Find Ways To Rescue Elmcrest Manor

    PORTLAND — The town is working with a prominent Boston planning firm to help rescue the old Elmcrest Manor property, where boarded-up, decaying mansions are engulfed in a tangle of vines. First Selectwoman Susan Bransfield said the Cecil Group,...
  • Johnson Memorial Files For Bankruptcy To Become Saint Francis Subsidiary

    The parent company of Johnson Memorial Hospital in Stafford on Wednesday filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection to clear the path for acquisition by Saint Francis Care in Hartford. Johnson Memorial Medical Center's executives decided to file for...
  • Woman Thwarts Holdup By Shooting Would-Be Robber

    HARTFORD — A woman shot a would-be armed robber in the North End early Wednesday, police said. The shooting happened shortly before 1:30 a.m. in a building at 180 Earle St., Sgt. Steven Kneeland said. According to Kneeland, police were flagged...
  • Weight Loss Goals Achieved Through Slow And Steady Work

    Weight Loss Goals Achieved Through Slow And Steady Work
    Wouldn't it be nice if we could wave a magic wand and lose however much weight we want. Our clothes would always fit. We wouldn't have to spend so much time in the gym and we could simply enjoy what we eat instead of having to watch it. The truth is you...
  • Hartford Fire Displaces 25; More Than Six Rescued

    Hartford Fire Displaces 25; More Than Six Rescued
    HARTFORD — An early-morning fire injured five and forced the rescue of more than a half-dozen people from an apartment building, a fire official said Wednesday. Twenty-five people who lived in 17 apartments were displaced, said Fire Lt. Raul Ortiz....
  • Police Probe Hartford Double Shooting

    Police Probe Hartford Double Shooting
    HARTFORD — A double shooting Monday night left a man in critical condition at a hospital, police said. Officers were called to the area of 240 Laurel St. about 10:20 p.m. and found a woman who had been shot in the leg, Deputy Chief Brian Foley...
  • Person Dead After Car Crashes Into River

    BARKHAMSTED — One occupant of a car that veered off West River Road and into a river Wednesday afternoon has died, according to state police. The accident happened about 1:10 p.m. in the Riverton section of town, Trooper Kelly Grant said. The car...
  • Spring Completion Projected For Simsbury's Dorset Crossing Apartments

    SIMSBURY — After years of construction, two apartment complexes on the Dorset Crossing property on Route 10 are slated for completion this spring. Ojakian Commons, which is for people with disabilities, and the Eastpointe complex are expected to be...
  • Hospital Reports Of Surgical, Medication Errors Climb

    Hospital Reports Of Surgical, Medication Errors Climb
    Connecticut hospitals reported record numbers of errors in 2013, with large increases in the numbers of falls, medication mistakes and perforations during surgical procedures, a new state report shows. The report, covering 2013, marks the first time that...