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  • Two Teens Killed In Harwinton Crash

    John Secor didn't hear the crash, only the desperate pleas and pounding at his back door minutes later. "Please help, there's been a terrible accident, please call 911," yelled 17-year-old John Kelley. As Secor's wife made the phone call from their...
  • Put Kent Falls State Park Visit On Your To-Do List

    After being named the No. 1 town for leaf-peeping by Yankee Magazine, the first stop on everyone's "to do" list when they arrive in Kent should be Kent Falls State Park. The park has some of the most glorious waterfalls in the state and when peak foliage...
  • Story Lines Of The Boys Golf Season

    East Catholic, the Division III champion in 2010, dropped to Division IV this season – a move that put it head-to-head with defending champion Northwest Catholic-West Hartfird. The Eagles came out on top, winning their ninth championship and...
  • Thomaston Dam Offers Spectacular Views Of Valley, Hills

    Thomaston Dam Offers Spectacular Views Of Valley, Hills
    Walking in the valley of the Thomaston Dam is an otherworldly experience. As I navigated the old abandoned roads across fields and through the forest, a huge, alien-like obelisk seemed to appear out of nowhere, rising toward the sky. I felt like a lonely...
  • Readers' Most Dreaded Intersections

    Exit 29 off Route 91 North is a disaster - I try and avoid it in bad weather. – - Anonymous, Mansfield The intersection at Cook Avenue and Hanover Street in Meriden is extremely dangerous. There are accidents there regularly. Both streets turn into...
  • Power Outages Continue From October Storm

    Power Outages Continue From October Storm
    There was more tough talk aimed at Connecticut Light & Power on Monday, nine days after the snowstorm that wreaked havoc on trees and power lines and plunged more than 800,000 power company customers into darkness. During a late afternoon press...
  • Hospital Staff Returns From Haiti

    Each morning in Haiti, nurse practitioner Deborah Ferretti awoke to the sounds of roosters crowing and brooms sweeping entrances to tents, the makeshift homes born of the Jan. 12 earthquake that ravaged the country. She'd have a power bar and some water...
  • Police Bust Canary Fighting Ring In Shelton

    Police Bust Canary Fighting Ring In Shelton
    Multiple state law enforcement agencies busted up a bird fighting ring in the town of Shelton Sunday morning. However the birds involved are known more for their voice than violence. Police confiscated nearly 150 songbirds- canaries and saffron finches-...
  • Woman Slain Outside Courthouse Had A Sense Of Certainty About Her Coming Demise

    Woman Slain Outside Courthouse Had A Sense Of Certainty About Her Coming Demise
    Eight months ago, well into the second year of a contentious divorce, Donna Bochicchio penned a note on a small piece of paper: "I know he's going to kill me," her brother, Karl Seitz, said she wrote. "I just don't know when." To make it clear who she...
  • A Deadly Ambush: Ex-Trooper Kills Wife, Himself; Injured Lawyer In Stable Condition

    Michael Bochicchio Jr. pulled into the city parking lot behind the courthouse shortly before 9 a.m. Wednesday.     He parked his Dodge Caravan nose-out, so he could watch the lot entrance, and armed with a semiautomatic handgun, he waited.     At 9...
  • Couple's Two-Year Divorce Case Marked By Ugliness, Angry Accusations

    By the spring of last year, Donna Bochicchio was taking a tape recorder to bed, ready to capture any angry outburst, threat or sexual advance her husband might make.     The Bochicchios were still living together with their two children in a small...