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  • At East Hartford Vigil, Remembering A Good Student, Good Friend

    At East Hartford Vigil, Remembering A Good Student, Good Friend
    Robert Swain was remembered as a formidable three-sport athlete and dedicated friend and student Tuesday at a vigil that drew a large crowd at East Hartford High School. "All the success and all the goals that we set, he met," said Uyi Osunde, Swain's...
  • Hartford Official Injured In Crash Involving City Vehicle

    Hartford Official Injured In Crash Involving City Vehicle
    A top city official and her fiancé injured in a crash involving a city-owned vehicle early Saturday morning have been released from the hospital, police said. In a statement Monday, Saundra Kee Borges, the city's corporation counsel and acting chief...
  • Timeline: Dr. George Reardon Case

    1956: George Reardon, a young doctor practicing in Albany, begins abusing a brother and sister, aged 5 and 7, according to a complaint the two file in 1987. The abuse continues until 1961, the complaint says. 1963: Reardon begins working at St. Francis...
  • More Space For Changing Needs Of Emergency Department At St. Francis

    More Space For Changing Needs Of Emergency Department At St. Francis
    Betsy Weinbach, an emergency department nurse at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, recalls an especially hectic shift on a recent Monday. "A couple of weeks ago, we had over 100 patients in the department," she said. "We had patients placed...
  • In Reardon Case, Hospital's Ignorance No Defense

    In the ugly case of George Reardon, child abuser/pornographer who was St. Francis Hospital's head of endocrinology, the medical center has had multiple opportunities to take the high road. Over decades, Reardon, who died in '98, lured children into his...
  • Reardon Trial: See No Evil, Accept No Blame

    On Wednesday, attorneys for St. Francis Hospital called three doctors — all former employees of the Hartford institution — as witnesses in Courtroom 3B of Waterbury Superior Court. Originally, about the time the doctors testified in the...
  • Yale Bioethicist Testifies For Defense In St. Francis Case

    WATERBURY — A medical ethicist testified Tuesday that St. Francis Hospital could not have been expected — under widely accepted scientific guidelines — to monitor Dr. George Reardon's fictitious growth study because the so-called study...
  • Testimony On Pedophiles Ends Evidence In St. Francis Trial

    WATERBURY — An expert on sexual abuse testified Wednesday that Dr. George Reardon was "the classic, successful pedophile" — an assertion that surprised no one on what was the final day of evidence in the first of more than 90 lawsuits by...
  • 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...