| Jun 15, 2008
Graduations are held at Miss Porter's School and Ethel Walker. Avon officials trim their budget. And Simsbury cops find a roasting chicken along roadway with a pipe bomb stuffed inside.
Here is a round-up of some of the news stories from Farmington...
| Jul 14, 2007
Two teenagers who were shot to death execution-style in Hartford Thursday morning were participating in a botched robbery, Hartford Police Chief Daryl K. Roberts said Friday.
Before their deaths, Kent McLaurin, 19, of Hartford, and Xion Davidson, 17,...
| Jun 21, 2010
It can happen while you're hauling boxes to the attic, gardening in the yard or even sitting in front of a computer too long.
Back pain: It's one of the most common medical problems in the United States, according to the National Institutes of Health....
| Jun 26, 2010
| 6:20 AM
— Pilot Jeff Capek reaches to his right and begins to turn the wheel at his hip that controls the angle and elevation of Snoopy One, the MetLife blimp that floats tranquilly over so many major sporting events.
The blimp — airship, actually ...
| Jul 21, 2009
Ever since she cloned a molecule early in her career, Linda Shapiro has had a mission: Figure out what it does.
So she spent years in the lab, explored its development, conferred with other researchers — anything to find the function of the...
| Feb 1, 2010
Steven Hayes, who apparently tried to kill himself Sunday with a drug overdose, was taken to the hospital after prison guards found him unconscious.
Jury selection in Hayes' trial at Superior Court in New Haven on charges that he killed a mother and...
| Jan 10, 2010
A high school student from Rocky Hill was killed and at least two other students were seriously injured Saturday when a school bus carrying 16 gifted math and science students to a robotics competition crashed though a highway guardrail and down an...
| Jul 12, 2010
University of Connecticut researchers have launched a study to determine whether a new method of treating post-traumatic stress disorder could help veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq wars.
The U.S. Justice Department has given the UConn Health Center a...
| Apr 1, 2010
| 8:16 AM
Ronald Taylor and George Gould, two men who spent 16 years in prison for a murder a judge says they did not commit, were ordered released from custody today.
Applause broke out in a Rockville courtroom when Judge Stanley T. Fuger Jr. gave his order....
| Nov 30, 2001
| 10:55 AM
A covering of snow can protect lawns, plants and might ease effects of gloomy days.
If you suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder, in which the reduced sunlight of winter leads to depression, the sun bouncing off the snow may make winter a more bearable...
| Jun 21, 2001
Will Graustein describes himself as a "fair-weather runner" who avoids exercising in brutal heat. On the other hand, he finds he competes pretty well in crummy weather, from blizzards to heat waves.
Graustein, 40, of Harwinton, is president of the...