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  • Police: Glastonbury Man Urinated In Parking Lot, Charged With DUI

    GLASTONBURY — An 80-year-old man was charged with drunken driving Monday night after police said he was seen straggering, urinating in a parking lot and driving off. Joseph Latorra, 80, of 45 Three Mile Road in Glastonbury, was stopped on the New...
  • Glastonbury's Health Director retires

    Glastonbury's Director of Health is calling it a career after 34 years serving the town of Glastonbury. David Boone's last official day is July 31, although he will remain interim Health Director on an as-needed basis, until a new director takes the...
  • Lesiones detalladas de niña en archivos de DCF meses antes de su muerte

    Lesiones detalladas de niña en archivos de DCF meses antes de su muerte
    La demanda de un padre por $25 millones contra el estado por la muerte a maltratos de su hija de 3 años en el 2011 establece la progresión de las lesiones reportadas al Departamento de Niños y Familias durante las semanas antes de que Athena Ángeles...
  • Festival on the Green enlivened by annual muster

    The Festival on the Green - the Colchester Historical Society's annual arts and crafts show - is nearing a quarter-century tradition, and the ninth annual Colchester Continentals Fife & Drum Corps muster helped to liven things up on July 26. The patriotic...
  • Malloy Touts New Coastline Loan Program

    Malloy Touts New Coastline Loan Program
    HARTFORD — Returning to the podium where he updates the state during weather emergencies, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced a program aimed at limiting property exposure to damage in coastline communities. The program, called "Shore Up CT," provides...
  • Stonington Man Charged With Shooting Pet Turtle

    STONINGTON — Police charged a Pawcatuck man with cruelty to animals early Friday night after the say he shot a pet turtle in the head with a bb gun. Steven E. Richard, 31, of 63 Griswold St., Apt. 2, was later released on a promise to appear in...
  • State's New Port Authority Can Help Boost Business

    State's New Port Authority Can Help Boost Business
    When the whaling ship Charles W. Morgan was new, in the 1840s, New London harbor was a floating forest of topmasts, the second largest whaling port in the country. As the wonderfully restored wooden whaler set sail from New London this past weekend, there...
  • Changing Views On Crime And The Ultimate Punishment

    Changing Views On Crime And The Ultimate Punishment
    Courant crime reporter Gerald J. Demeusy probably didn't realize at the time that he would chronicle a historic moment in Connecticut on the night of May 17, 1960. The veteran journalist watched 2,000 volts of electricity surge through the body of...
  • Will Foxwoods' Expansion Into Theatrical Entertainments Change Marketplace?

    The news that “Menopause the Musical” is returning to Connecticut is not exactly a headline grabber. After all, the show has been entertaining scads of largely female audiences for years in theaters across the country. It’s even...
  • State Takes Family's Land To Build Highway, But Won't Return It After Road Project Dies

     State Takes Family's Land To Build Highway, But Won't Return It After Road Project Dies
    By the force of its eminent domain authority, the state Department of Transportation took 11.3 acres from an Andover couple 27 years ago for construction of the then-planned Route 6 expressway from Bolton to Windham. Now that expressway project is dead...
  • Battling Bootleggers, Rumrunners And Secret Supplies Of Hooch

    Battling Bootleggers, Rumrunners And Secret Supplies Of Hooch
    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...