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Windsor (Hartford, Connecticut)

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  • Feb. 21: Editorial - Board Makes Right Call On Sgt. Koistinen

    Though it is a close call, the state labor board was right Thursday in ordering Windsor Locks to rehire police Sgt. Robert Koistinen. Robert Koistinen was fired in January 2012 for his role in the investigation into the death of 15-year-old bicyclist...
  • 375 Years Ago, America's First Constitution Adopted In Connecticut

    Three hundred and seventy-five years ago Tuesday, when the Fundamental Orders of 1639 became law for the settlers of Hartford, Windsor and Wethersfield, its authors could not have imagined that they created what many historians would later call the world'...
  • La policía de Windsor investiga la muerte del hijo de la Representante Estatal en el Flamingo Inn

    La policía investiga lo que calificaron como la muerte prematura de Josué Maldonado, cuyo cadáver fue encontrado sobre las 1:30pm el domingo en el Hotel Flamingo ubicado en el 29 Avenida Windsor. Maldonado, 33, de la Calle Amity, Hartford, fue...
  • State Starts To Recover After Blizzard

    While many roadways were at least passable by Sunday night, the outlook for the week was less clear as most towns decided to keep their schools and municipal offices closed Monday, the governor urged employees to work from home and the state braced for...
  • Connecticut's Past Checkered With Tornado Deaths

    Connecticut's Past Checkered With Tornado Deaths
    When the first settlers arrived in the 1600s, among the things they were unprepared for in Connecticut was the weather. Owing to its geographical location, the new land they were seeking to inhabit produced an ever-changing array of meteorological...
  • We're Just One Step Ahead Of The Robots

    We're Just One Step Ahead Of The Robots
    This Labor Day piece was not written by a robot. But it won't be long before it is. In the early 1880s, unions led by machinist Matthew Maguire held a labor day event to honor the "workingman." The idea caught on as many cities and states began...
  • Chicago-New Orleans rail route leads back to the glory days

    Chicago-New Orleans rail route leads back to the glory days
    When railroad enthusiast Tim Branner learned about a collection of newly refurbished Pullman cars running between Chicago and New Orleans, he knew he'd found the perfect way to celebrate his 50th birthday. "My wife and I like to travel long distance...
  • Grizell T. Parsons, intelligence worker

    Grizell T. Parsons, intelligence worker
    Grizell T. Parsons, a retired civilian employee of the Army Intelligence Command and a neighborhood activist, died Sept. 4 of a cerebral hemorrhage at her West Baltimore home. She was 88. The former Grizell Haynie was born and raised in Heathsville, Va.,...
  • Real Warrior Entertainment Cultivates More Pro Wrestling In Connecticut

    Real Warrior Entertainment Cultivates More Pro Wrestling In Connecticut
    The guts of virtually every industry are rife with politics and gossip. Craig Margelony has learned firsthand that pro wrestling is no exception. "[Wrestling politics are] very interesting. There's a lot of egos," says Margelony, who founded and...
  • Treasurer's Connections With Broker Don't Look Good

    Federal authorities were in Hartford last week looking for documents and communications between the city and an insurance broker, Hybrid Insurance Group, which, it is alleged, failed to pay nearly $670,000 in premiums to two carriers for school board...
  • Sandy Hook Commission Wants More On Lanza's Mental Health

    Sandy Hook Commission Wants More On Lanza's Mental Health
    Members of the state's Sandy Hook Advisory Commission vented their frustrations Friday about what they said was too little information being released about the mental health of Adam Lanza, the shooter who killed 20 first-graders and six women at Sandy...