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  • 13 charged in fight that injured police officers

    Thirteen people arrested after Chicago police officers were injured breaking up a large fight in the Little Village neighborhood on the West Side this weekend have been charged in connection with the melee, police said. Nine of the people face felony...
  • Conn. Toddler Rescued From River, Dies In Hospital

    Conn. Toddler Rescued From River, Dies In Hospital
    A toddler who was miraculously found alive more than an hour after falling into a rushing river, died Wednesday around 6 p.m. The boy, identified as 1-year-old Thomas Chisholm, was transported to Bridgeport Hospital where he was listed in critical...
  • State Championships

    Division L: Ridgefield 11, Fairfield Prep 10 Division M: Wilton 12, New Canaan 2 Division S: St. Joseph-Trumbull 6, Barlow-Redding 5
  • Story Lines Of The Boys Lacrosse Season

    Somers came up short in its bid to be the lone team in the state to finish the season undefeated when the Spartans lost to St. Joseph-Trumbull in the Division S semifinals. … Somers midfielder Mike Hanna came back from a rare form of muscle...
  • Story Lines Of The Softball Season

    Westhill-Stamford went undefeated in the regular season and was the defending Class LL champion. Conard-West Hartford had lost three regular-season games and had never been to the championship game before. None of that mattered when the two teams faced...
  • High Sci-Fi; a Simpleton for President; Shady Developers!

    High Sci-Fi; a Simpleton for President; Shady Developers!
    On July 14, the Whitney Humanities Center at Yale (53 Wall St.; 203-432-6556, yale.edu/whc) opens a film series, "The Gardener's Shadow," in collaboration with Artspace and Yale's Marsh Botanical Garden. The films, which feature themes of gardening and...
  • Tower of Power

    Tower of Power
    Oh, wedding cakes. All fondant, meringue, sheet cake, ganache and pomp, they're a staple for many brides — and bakeries. And then there are those cake toppers — plastic brides and grooms, or even Swarovski crystal. But what about brides who'd...
  • Man fatally wounded by police in exchange of gunfire on West Side

    A man was fatally wounded Saturday afternoon when authorities said he exchanged gunfire with police in the Austin neighborhood on the West Side. About 4:20 p.m. police were flagged down near Madison Street and Parkside Avenue by witnesses who said...
  • $20 Million Infusion May Revive Hartford's Constitution Plaza

    $20 Million Infusion May Revive Hartford's Constitution Plaza
    Fifty years ago, plans for Hartford's Constitution Plaza called for soaring office towers, a television broadcast studio, a hotel, storefronts for specialty shops and one more thing: apartments. Yes, apartments. In the wake of a recession that hit in...
  • West Nile Virus Found In Connecticut

    West Nile Virus Found In Connecticut
    The Department of Public Health confirmed Friday that two Connecticut residents were diagnosed with the West Nile Virus. The two residents, of Bridgeport and Stamford, were hospitalized for encephalitis but were later diagnosed as having the West Nile...
  • Best Chain Bookstore

    Best Chain Bookstore
    1st) The Yale Bookstore Barnes & Noble "When asked what a typical customer is like, trade book manager Harry Cohen responds with one word: “Smart.” His location on Yale's campus offers everything that a regular Barnes & Noble has —...