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  • March 3, 2013

    March 3, 2013
    HONORABLE MENTIONS My handicap? Congress! -- Michael F. Tierney, New Britain Fore ... more years! -- Harold Mitchell, Somers; and Mike Wambolt, Enfield I don't like playing with Boehner ... all he carries is a wedge. -- Bob Karalus, East Hampton Nero,...
  • 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 —...
  • Memorial Service Saturday For Former New Britain Parks Chief, R. Peter Ledger

    A memorial service will be held Saturday in South Windsor for R. Peter Ledger, the much-honored former director of New Britain's parks and recreation department, who died at 75 on Nov. 19 in a hospice in Arkansas. The service is at 11 a.m. in the...
  • Two Months Before A White Christmas; Storm Hits Connecticut

    Some people dream of a white Christmas. Others think it's cool for Thanksgiving. But before Halloween? An October nor'easter brought heavy, wet snow across the state Saturday, causing widespread traffic problems and knocking down tree limbs and power...
  • Younger Koistinen Wants Day In Court

    Younger Koistinen Wants Day In Court
    A former Windsor Locks police officer accused of killing a 15-year-old bicyclist while driving in town last year wants to take his case to trial. Michael Koistinen, 25, rejected a plea offer from the state Friday at Superior Court. In a proceeding that...
  • Save On Mother's Day Gifts

    Save On Mother's Day Gifts
    Mother's Dayis just ahead on May 13. Get deals on gifts at area sales. Artist Karen Rossi, known for metal work, holds an open house Saturday, April 14, at her studio, 60 Estey Road in Norfolk, with specials on a range of merchandise. Hours are 1 to 4 p....
  • Video Shows Officer Drinking At Tavern Before His Car Hit, Killed Teen

    Video Shows Officer Drinking At Tavern Before His Car Hit, Killed Teen
    State police have obtained a video showing an off-duty Windsor Locks police officer drinking at Suffield bar before he was involved in a car crash that killed a teenager, sources close to the investigation have told The Courant. The video comes from a...
  • State Police: Officer Was Drinking At UConn Game Before Fatal Accident

    State Police: Officer Was Drinking At UConn Game Before Fatal Accident
    The off-duty Windsor Locks police officer who drove the car that hit and killed a 15-year-old boy was drinking at a tailgate party outside the UConn- West Virginia football game hours before the crash, state police sources have told The Courant. The...
  • Warrant Contains Evidence Officer Drank For Hours Before Crash

    Warrant Contains Evidence Officer Drank For Hours Before Crash
    Jeanne Johnson called 911 seconds after hearing the thud of a crash outside her Windsor Locks home and spotting a man stumbling outside his crumpled car. As she watched, the man reached back into the car and grabbed an object. "He threw something in my...
  • Teen's Family Plans Lawsuits In Fatal Crash

    Teen's Family Plans Lawsuits In Fatal Crash
    The lawyer representing the family of Henry Dang expects to file civil lawsuits against the off-duty Windsor Locks police officer whose car struck and killed the teenager, as well as the officer's father, who was one of the first emergency responders at...
  • Windsor Locks Officer, Father On Leave, Drawing 100% Pay

    Windsor Locks Officer, Father On Leave, Drawing 100% Pay
    The Windsor Locks police officer currently awaiting trial in the death of a 15-year-old boy is receiving his annual salary while on paid administrative leave and town officials are reviewing their options, including whether to fire him. Michael Koistinen...