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  • Jan. 15, 2012

    Jan. 15, 2012
    HONORABLE MENTIONS Better get these texts in before my phone crashes! -- Al Fichman, Bloomfield . . . and then the cop asked me if I knew how fast I was going, so I said, "I dunno - maybe about 50 words per minute ..." -- Bill Hook, Plainfield Don't...
  • Man Accused In Wesleyan Student's Death Pleads Not Guilty, Waives Probable Cause Hearing

    Man Accused In Wesleyan Student's Death Pleads Not Guilty, Waives Probable Cause Hearing
    Stephen P. Morgan, accused of gunning down Johanna Justin-Jinich at a bookstore near Wesleyan University last month, pleaded not guilty and waived his right to a probable cause hearing Tuesday in Superior Court. State's Attorney Timothy J. Liston also...
  • Five Questions: Middlesex Livestock Auction Is Last Of Its Breed

    Five Questions: Middlesex Livestock Auction Is Last Of Its Breed
    The Scirpo family has been auctioning farm animals for 50 years. Founded in 1959 by the late Sebastian Scirpo, the Middlesex Livestock Auction in Middlefield has been run by his widow, Kathleen, 71, and his daughters Lisa, 45, and Lana, 49, for the past...
  • Car Drives Into Beseck Lake; Driver Uninjured

    State Police are investigating a motor vehicle that went into a lake in Middlefield. The vehicle drove off the road near the Intersection of Lake Road and Lake Beseck Road. Around 1:15 a.m., a vehicle went into the Lake Beseck and the driver was able...
  • Col. Wadsworth Recognized Beauty Of His Land

    Col. Clarence S. Wadsworth knew the beauty of the Coginchaug River as it spilled over a thirty-foot-high waterfall. He knew the splendor of the thick groves of mountain laurel in the hillsides and the deep hemlock forests that surrounded the Coginchaug...
  • 3rd District Gives Rosa DeLauro 10th Term In Congress

    Democrat Rosa DeLauro easily grabbed her 10th victory in the 3rd Congressional District race Tuesday. But her victory party at the Playwright restaurant on Temple Street was more about the Democratic Party and presidential candidate Barack Obama than...
  • Overnight Fire In Middletown Destroys Home

    Fire officials are still trying to figure out what caused an overnight fire in Middletown. The home is a total loss expect for the garage, but no one was injured. At 2:37 a.m. South Fire District fire crews responded to 135 Training Hill Road where...
  • Could This Be The Three Million Dollar Car?

    Could This Be The Three Million Dollar Car?
    To the casual observer, it looks like a well maintained, classic 1970 Road Runner Superbird. To Brian Chaffee, it looks like $3 Million. That's because this Superbird is a one of a kind vehicle that helped change automotive history. Chaffee, owner of E-...
  • A Place For All Seasons: Lyman Orchards

    Apple Caramel Walnut, Blueberry, Cherry, Banana Cream, Chocolate Cream, Lemon Meringue, Pecan, Pumpkin....are you drooling yet? These pies and more are found at Lyman Orchards and Homestead. Established in 1741, Lyman Orchards has grown into one of the...
  • Haven Case: Move To Not Pay Creditor

    The owner of the troubled Haven Healthcare nursing home chain is asking a bankruptcy judge to stop the chain's largest creditor from suing him personally for $5 million, saying the demand for payment will hurt his ability to rebuild the company. In court...
  • Haven's Viability Doubted

    Haven Healthcare CEO Raymond Termini's "siphoning of cash" from his nursing home chain into personal investments - including $5 million he used to buy a yacht and three apartment buildings in Connecticut - is a major cause of the chain's debilitating...