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  • Cpl. Christian Cotner

    Cpl. Christian Cotner
    Marine Cpl. Christian Cotner of Waterbury died May 30, 2008 in a non-hostile incident in Iraq's Anbar province on his first tour duty in Iraq. Details of his death were not released. He was 20 years old. -------------------- In an aged cemetery,...
  • New Suitor Emerges For Haven Nursing Home Chain

    Genesis HealthCare, which operates nine nursing homes in Connecticut, has been in discussions with state officials about buying the bankrupt Haven Healthcare chain, sources close to the negotiations confirmed Monday. Genesis, which was bought out last...
  • Family Shattered

    As town police officers raced to Dr. William A. Petit Jr.'s home on Sorghum Mill Drive Monday morning they had no idea of the horrors that lay ahead. By the time they reached the Deaconwood neighborhood of half-million-dollar homes, flames had blown...
  • Arrest Warrant Affidavit sheds light on arrest of Naugatuck Officer

    A newly released arrest warrant affidavit offers insight into why a Naugatuck police officer was arrested by Wallingford police-- charged with larceny, computer crimes and coercion. Officer David Reilly is now on the other side of the law-- charged with...
  • Police Investigate Over 2 Dozen Acts Of Weekend Vandalism

    Police in Naugatuck are investigating a string of incidents of vandalism that happened over the weekend. Starting Friday evening, police said they received 26 reports of vandalism during the late evening and overnight hours. Most of the incidents are...
  • Teachers Fighting The Video Invasion

    Depending on the viewer, physics teacher Ernie Smoker's "energy transformation dance" could be interpreted as endearing, innovative or wacko. There is Smoker, 44, in his Guilford High School classroom more than a year ago, flailing his arms, short-...
  • Inspections Find More Than 25% Of School Buses In Connecticut Unfit To Use

    When a state inspector spotted a full-size school bus on the road with no brake lights, he ordered the Specialty Transportation Inc. vehicle back to the company's yard for a full examination. Inside the gates, bus drivers were eager to see him. "While...
  • Nov. 11, 2009: Botti Guilty Of Hiding Funds From IRS; Trial Tied To Shelton Officials

    A federal jury Tuesday convicted developer James Botti of trying to hide cash transactions from the Internal Revenue Service in the first of two trials expected to focus on corrupt payments made to expedite construction projects in the fast-growing...
  • Petit Supports Streamlining Death Penalty Process; Joiner Opposes Reform Efforts

    William Petit Jr., the lone survivor of the 2007 Cheshire home invasion, urged lawmakers Wednesday to make changes to Connecticut's death penalty that would stop unnecessary delays in the death penalty process. He also said that victims should have the...
  • Archive: Lawmakers Seek Removal Of Gay Flag At Capitol

    Four Republican legislators, outraged that the ``gay pride'' flag has been flying over the state Capitol this week, are demanding that it be taken down immediately. But state officials, responding to a letter sent to top legislators, said the flag will...
  • His Honor, Mayor Philip A. Giordano: Vain, Power-Hungry, Sexually Obsessed And Increasingly Reckless

    To the extent that such events can be fixed in time, the moment Mayor Philip A. Giordano's obsession with sex jumped from back-alley gossip to pressing political business occurred at the end of a corny downtown Christmas pageant. Giordano backers, the...