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The Hartford CourantFor more than two years, Matthew Coster has insisted that another student copied his college term paper on the Holocaust, not the other way around. But Coster's Western civilization professor and officials at Central Connecticut State University found...
Tags: Waterbury, Entertainment, New Milford, Family, Justice System
Courant Staff WriterCapital felony, rape and other new charges filed Monday against Leslie T. Williams, the recently released sex offender charged in the violent home invasion here March 30, would make Williams eligible for the death penalty if convicted. Williams, 31,...
Tags: Punishment, Prisons, Waterbury, Kidnapping, Family
Naugatuck Firefighters are still on the scene of a house fire. The fire started at 79 Woodbine St. at about 4:18 a.m. and was under control at 5:18 a.m. No one was hurt in the fire. However, officials are reporting that a few people were displaced by...
The Hartford CourantSince their debut in supermarket checkout lines in 1977, plastic shopping bags have become the tote of choice. Back then, plastic seemed like a good option: a way to stop cutting down so many trees to make all those paper bags. They take less energy...
By LISA CHEDEKEL Courant Staff WriterGenesis 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...
Courant Staff WritersMarine 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,...
The Hartford CourantBill Bowen was sitting in his sky-blue office at Enfield Chrysler Plymouth on Thursday morning when a UPS envelope arrived with a bright red sticker marked "Confidential." "I knew something was up," he said a few hours later. The letter from Chrysler...
The Hartford CourantOn the morning of Aug. 18, 1955, Waterbury wakes up to pouring rain, but hardly anyone notices. What has their attention on this soggy Thursday morning is the "Today Show," hosted by Dave Garroway, which is being aired live from the Elton Hotel downtown....
Tags: Rosalind Russell, Waterbury, Winsted, Family, Naugatuck River
So you've bought a horse, a truck and a trailer and are itching to hit the trails. Where can you go? Good question. The state Department of Environmental Protection is working with the Connecticut Horse Council to provide an answer. According to Cyndy...
Courant Staff WritersAs 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...
Tags: Health, Waterbury, Hayley Petit, Meriden, New Britain
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