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  • October Storm Hits Connecticut

    Nov 8 Some 18,000 Connecticut Light and Power customers were still without power midday Tuesday, most in the Simsbury area. About one-third of Simsbury was without electricity, as was a quarter of Avon and Farmington, and many in Granby, Canton,...
  • Crime & Punishment: Drunk, Naked Man Screams at Wendy's Employees in Manchester

    Crime & Punishment: Drunk, Naked Man Screams at Wendy's Employees in Manchester
    Two Connecticut libraries are seriously considering how to handle visits from furries, the subculture of people who dress in anthropomorphic animal costumes. The Hartford Courant reports that the concern started when a fully costumed furry walked into the...
  • Heavy Lobbying Keeps Red Light Cameras On Track

    Heavy Lobbying Keeps Red Light Cameras On Track
    Up to now, the Connecticut General Assembly has never approved any of the bills offered in recent years that would enable cities and towns to install cameras at red lights and collect fines by mailing tickets to violators. But this year's bill —...
  • Army Specialist From Granby Dies In Afghanistan

    Army Specialist From Granby Dies In Afghanistan
    An army specialist from Granby was killed in action in Afghanistan after his vehicle was hit by a rocket propelled grenade, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Wednesday. Richard Charlton Emmons III, 22, was the driver on a mounted patrol in Logar Province when...
  • Courant Probe: Marshals Charged Unnecessary Fees From 2007 Until Recently

    Connecticut homeowners facing foreclosure have paid hundreds of thousands of dollars in unnecessary marshal fees since 2007, when a select group of marshals who serve foreclosure papers boosted their incomes by changing the way they billed for deliveries,...
  • Old New-Gate Prison

    Old New-Gate Prison is closed for renovation and restoration in 2010. In the early 18th century, New-Gate was a copper-mine before it was used to house criminals in 1773. The first State Prison in America, New-Gate was declared a National Historic...
  • Contractors Keep On Truckin' At Conex Connecticut Construction Equipment Expo

    Contractors Keep On Truckin' At Conex Connecticut Construction Equipment Expo
    Subcontractors Mike Mohr and Dave Brown were considering the purchase of a new Bobcat skid-steer loader over an order of french fries Tuesday afternoon at the Connecticut Expo Center in Hartford. "We're looking at a cash deal," said Brown. "You know &#...
  • 5 WOMEN, ALL DEAD, ALL LINKED TO 1 MAN

    * 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...