| Aug 4, 2014
| 9:45 AM
Tracy había estado amenazada, acechada, abofeteada y golpeada por su ex novio. Pero no fue hasta que un oficial de la policía sacó un formulario y leyó una serie de preguntas diseñadas para determinar su riesgo de ser asesinada que se dio cuenta del...
| Aug 4, 2014
| 8:50 AM
NEW BRITAIN -— Police will sponsor their local version of the National Night Out next week with a change: There will be two locations instead of one.
Activities are planned Aug. 5 at Willow Street Park as well as at Walnut Hill Park.
| Aug 3, 2014
| 3:51 PM
Tracy had been threatened, stalked, slapped and beaten by her ex-boyfriend. But it wasn't until a police officer pulled out a form and read a series of questions designed to determine her risk of being killed that she realized the danger she was facing....
| Aug 1, 2014
| 9:16 AM
In the middle of the North Stonington woods are a number of large upright field stones surrounded by several stout cedar posts faded like summer driftwood. A huge pine and clumps of mountain laurel grow in the middle of the parcel, which has been...
| May 30, 2014
Connecticut's expensive public financing of election campaigns was intended to take the emphasis off money in politics. A candidate would raise a modest amount of money in small contributions of no more than $100 each and then dive into the honey pot of...
| Apr 18, 2014
| 4:32 PM
I ran my first Boston Marathon in 1965.
I will never forget the sheer physical experience, the pain, fatigue and exhaustion. But equally, I will never forget the emotional high — the rising excitement as the miles wore on, the cheering of the...
| Jun 18, 2014
| 4:25 PM
It's the luxury box.
That's why Hartford city officials want to put taxpayers on the hook for $60 million to build a minor league baseball stadium.
The proposed contract between the city and the Rock Cats, owned by Boston real estate developers,...
| May 22, 2014
| 5:29 PM
The one thing it was not was a "misunderstanding."
State Rep. Penny Bacchiochi, R-Stafford, accused a rival campaign in the contest for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor of racism. It was not true.
The unseemly saga initiated by...
| May 9, 2014
| 4:24 PM
Overfishing and warming waters are combining to create a potent one-two punch that threatens significant harm to New England's already beleaguered fish and fishermen. Fortunately, there is one thing we can do to help cushion both blows: protect ocean...
| Apr 9, 2014
| 2:16 AM
Richard Brunton was a Connecticut artist who engraved his way not only into the homes of the wealthy with his prestigious prints during the time of the American Revolution, but also into the notorious Old New-Gate Prison where he lived after being...
| Apr 25, 2014
| 7:44 AM
In February 1924, during the peak of the Prohibition era and amid the rampant disregard of the 18th Amendment that presaged its failure as public policy, law enforcement officials burst into a Front Street garage in Hartford and discovered, hidden beneath...