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  • Serial Poisoner Lydia Sherman: Connecticut's 'Lucrezia Borgia'

    Serial Poisoner Lydia Sherman: Connecticut's 'Lucrezia Borgia'
    Lydia Sherman's propensity for tiring of her husbands and their children and her skill at concocting poisonous beverages sent 11 souls to early graves by the time she died at Wethersfield State Prison in 1878. It wasn't until her third husband succumbed...
  • Policía : Ex oficial de corrección puede ser un violador en serie

    Policía : Ex oficial de corrección puede ser un violador en serie
    El ADN de un oficial de corrección despedido, quien la policía dice sospechar es un violador en serie , igualó la evidencia recuperada de agresiones sexuales denunciadas en New Britain y Hartford , de acuerdo con una orden de arresto emitida el viernes....
  • All-Courant Boys Indoor Track Team

    The All-Courant high school boys indoor track team, honorable mentions, story lines of the season and more: All-Courant Team 55 meters: Alex Brown, Rocky Hill, Jr. 300: Stephon Henry, New Britain, Sr. 600: Dhahran Velasquez, Capital Prep-Hartford,...
  • Garden Club Events, Greenhouse Tours, African Violet Show

    Garden Club Events, Greenhouse Tours, African Violet Show
    Garden Club Events The Enfield Garden Club is holding its spring Plant Sale Saturday, May 3, at the Enfield Senior Center 299 Elm St., from 8 a.m. until noon. The sale features perennials grown by the members of the club. Annuals from a local nursery...
  • Bike Shop Owner's Ride Isn't Over

    Bike Shop Owner's Ride Isn't Over
    BLOOMFIELD — Mike Wolf, once owner of the biggest bicycle retail chain in Connecticut, started fixing bikes as a teen in Bloomfield in the 1950s. Bloomfield Bike Shop was really a repair shop at first, with reconditioned bikes for sale and only a...
  • 2014 Golf Schedules And Charity Tournaments

      CENTRAL CONNECTICUT GOLF ASSOCIATION   May 12                         Blackledge Country Club   May 19                         Simsbury Farms Country Club   June 2                           Hawk’s Landing Golf Course   June 30   ...
  • Timeline: Evolution Of The Slave Trade

    1619: 20 black indentured servants arrive at Jamestown, Va. 1620: Pilgrims land at Plymouth, Mass. 1640-1680: Beginning of large-scale African slave labor in the British Caribbean for sugar production. 1650: Connecticut becomes second American...
  • Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery, Wethersfield

    Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery, Wethersfield
    The name Tilted Kilt has always sent my mind spinning a bit. Knitted Kiln? Tilted Windmill? Jilted Kitten? A quick Web search shows that offbeat pub names abound across the Pond, like the Jolly Taxpayer, The Bucket of Blood, The Nobody Inn, The Bull and...
  • Kevin Hunt: Why Is My Mail Now Delivered At 6 P.M.? (The Sequel)

    Kevin Hunt: Why Is My Mail Now Delivered At 6 P.M.? (The Sequel)
    Nancy Eaton, unhappy with mail delivery in Glastonbury, asked The Bottom Line (read the Feb. 16 column here) if anyone else had complained about the United States Postal Service. Well, not really — until now. Here is a sampling of responses,...
  • Wheels Keep Turning: Oliver Lake's Big Band To Close Wesleyan Jazz Weekend

    Wheels Keep Turning: Oliver Lake's Big Band To Close Wesleyan Jazz Weekend
    On "Wheels Suite," the 17-plus-minute centerpiece of Oliver Lake's 2013 big band release "Wheels," a dense, contrapuntal swirl of horns and a clamorous rhythm section emerges suddenly, as though you're joining a conversation already in progress. The...
  • Notorious Bandit Killed New Britain Officer, Then Cursed The Hangman

    Notorious Bandit Killed New Britain Officer, Then Cursed The Hangman
    Years before John Dillinger, "Baby Face" Nelson and "Pretty Boy" Floyd, there was Gerald Chapman. Chapman — dubbed "Public Enemy No. 1" by both the press and authorities prior to the FBI's official use of the phrase — was criminally active...