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The Hartford CourantThe CT Trolley Museum in East Windsor was founded in 1940, under the mission of preserving the staple of business and social life in the early 20th century: trolley travel. The 17-acre facility offers a 3-mile round-trip street car ride, accompanied by...
The Hartford CourantFour young men and women, who authorities say suffer from profound psychiatric problems, pleaded guilty Wednesday in Superior Court in Hartford to working together to kill a teenage runaway and stuff her body into a cardboard box after an argument...
Courant Staff WriterThe Marines are filthy and tired and act hard, like they've been here two years instead of two months. Charlie Company's 200 or so infantrymen -- half from Connecticut -- are reservists, pulled from civilian life for the unit's first trip into the war....
Joseph Jasgur, the photographer who shot pictures of Marilyn Monroe when she was just a 19-year-old brunet hoping to break into modeling, has died in an Orlando, Fla.-area nursing home. Jasgur had been ill for months. He died of natural causes Saturday,...
Tags: Betty Grable, Jane Russell, Crimes, Beach Park, Justice System
A car accident has closed Route 5 in East Windsor. The accident happened shortly after 11am Thursday.A car struck a utility pole, snapping it in half.There are no injuries reported, but downed wires are blocking the road.Some power outages have also been...
Storrs, Connecticut and bigger Husky followers you won't find... Unless you go West to East Windsor, that's where we think we've found the biggest "Husky followers" around. To Kathy Lesinski the frozen tundra of Flaherty Park isn't "Uconn Territory" but...
Tags: New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Connecticut, Dog (animal)
The next time you're at the register and the cashier asks, "paper or plastic," it could soon cost you. Connecticut legislators are considering a proposal to charge shopper a nickel for each plastic or paper bag they carry away their groceries or...
A man walking on Rt. 140 in East Windsor near the Connecticut Trolley Museum was injured when he was struck by a vehicle early Wednesday morning. According to East Windsor Police, the man was walking eastbound on the shoulder of the road when he was...
The Hartford CourantNew reports released Thursday show that Connecticut has now lost more jobs in this recession than in the previous one, in 2000-2003, and that job losses will continue to increase for at least another year. While some parts of the economy are showing...
The Hartford CourantIt has been a stain on the nation's conscience for five decades, a shameful mistake for which apologies have been made and reparations paid. In the courts of public opinion and history, the detention of more than 110,000 U.S. residents of Japanese...
The Hartford CourantOfficer John Bolduc walks through a wooded area in Webster, Mass., that was cleared of underbrush last fall so investigators could use ground-penetrating radar in an attempt to locate the body of Andrew Amato. The boy disappeared in 1978; police...
The Hartford Courant* During a four-year period, five women who Alfred Swinton admits knowing were murdered and their bodies dumped throughout the Hartford area. CARLA TERRY, 28 On Jan. 13, 1991, found strangled and paritally wrapped in garbage bag on Mark Twain...
Tags: Stranger Than Fiction, Sam Thompson, Sex, Connecticut, Meriden
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