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  • E.O. Smith Returns Solid Core Of Players For Girls Basketball Season

    Some coaches might be, but E.O. Smith coach Kirk Murad wasn't exactly happy that Hillhouse, the three-time Class L champion, had moved up to Class LL this season. "I'm almost sad about that," he said. "I would have liked another crack at them." E.O....
  • Year of Extreme Weather: Snowmageddon

    Year of Extreme Weather: Snowmageddon
    A year ago, the season's first dusting of snow veered east over Cape Cod and the forecasters were reassuring. Take heart, snow lovers, they said. Your day will come. It did. Over and over again, with back-breaking, bone-chilling, roof-flattening...
  • Windsor Locks To Pay Sgt. Robert Koistinen $48,815 In Disability Payments

    Windsor Locks To Pay Sgt. Robert Koistinen $48,815 In Disability Payments
    Sgt. Robert Koistinen, who is awaiting trial on charges that he interfered with the investigation of a fatal crash involving his son, will receive $48,815 in disability payments for heart and hypertension ailments. Residents approved the necessary...
  • Extreme Weather Of 2011: One Day, Seven Twisters

    Extreme Weather Of 2011: One Day, Seven Twisters
    Between Connecticut and Massachusetts, on one side of the border or the other, there are usually four tornadoes a year. Some suggest the border is a low-grade, tornado alley. The storms usually are weak. Some years are exceptional. Like this year. At...
  • Missing Mark On What The State Knows Best

    Assume for the moment that through some miracle of nature, Hartford really does become a convention-mad colossus; and the Front Street project is loud and boisterous and full of cool shops and classy hookers and fancy gin joints; and expensive condos full...
  • Voting On For State's Best Tourism Site

    From the Mark Twain House and Museum to the Coventry Regional Farmers Market, state residents have chosen 10 finalists in the #CTFanFavorite tourism campaign online. Now the voting starts to pick a fan-favorite. From July 17 to 31, the Connecticut Office...
  • Best Nail Salon

    Best Nail Salon
    1) Elle Nails & Spa With years of business under their belts and a thriving business in Berlin, Elle Nails and Spa owners Han and June Oh opened a branch in Middletown two years ago. Now with 12 employees at each location, Elle offers manicures,...
  • All-Courant Wrestling Team

    106 pounds: Tim Orrell, Farmington, Sr. 113: Brian Amato, Newington, Jr. 120: Tyler Keane, Glastonbury, Sr. 126: Geovanni Medina, New Britain, Jr. 132: Miguel Calixto, Windham, Jr. 138: Daniel Hecker, Glastonbury, Jr. 145: Sam Odell, South Windsor,...
  • Henry M. dies at 82; victim of brain surgery accident offered doctors key insights into memory

    For 55 years, he was known to the world at large only as HM or Henry M., the survivor of brain surgery that went catastrophically wrong, leaving him with a form of amnesia that prevented him from collecting any new memories and living in a pre-1953 world....
  • Machinists Union At Hamilton Fighting For 30 Jobs

    On Sept. 13, the Machinists union concluded a 52-day negotiation period with Pratt & Whitney over the fate of 1,000 Connecticut jobs. A week later, the company said it would move the jobs out of state, just as it had said it might from the start. The...
  • Cipriani Convicted In 2003 Murder-For-Hire Plot

    Cipriani Convicted In 2003 Murder-For-Hire Plot
    Days before Benedetto Cipriani's murder trial began in Superior Court in Hartford, Anne Rossi found a 2003 penny. Rossi put it in her pocket because the date was significant — Cipriani was accused of orchestrating a 2003 murder-for-hire plot that...