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The Hartford CourantA 22-year-old local man died and a 23-year-old man was injured in a one-vehicle crash on Owens Brook Boulevard early Wednesday morning, police said. Douglas P. Hesketh, the driver of the SUV, died in the crash and Michael D. Nathan, 23, also of Simsbury,...
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The Hartford CourantTwo men have been arrested in connection with a double-shooting on Bedford Street in which one of the suspects was accidentally shot multiple times, police said. Police believe that Kevan Simmons, 21, accidentally shot his accomplice in the March 28...
READER SUBMITTED: Dr. Surita Rao - The "Condition" Of Mental Health For Our Youth In Today's SocietyFarmington ValleySusan Regan, Host of Connecticut Valley Views met with Dr. Surita Rao, chairman and director of Behavioral Health Services at St. Francis Care to discuss some of the most prevalent factors effecting the mental well-being of the young members of our...
The Hartford CourantDavid A. Lentini, whose career in Connecticut banking spanned four decades and included five years as a director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, died Sunday after a brief illness. He was 66. A native of Middletown, Lentini began his career in...
FOX CTA 21-year-old woman died after a fight with another woman in the area of Auburn Street and Westland Street around 11 p.m. Thursday, police said. Police are not labeling the woman's death a homicide, noting that she had no obvious signs of trauma and no...
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Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is commendably intent on creating jobs in Connecticut with grants, tax credits and loans. It's confusing, then, that he would have a different approach to a group of employers — hospitals — that provide great-paying jobs....
The Hartford CourantRobert Jacob had a successful career in business, but poetry was his passion and true calling. He wrote verse constantly, hosted poets at a country inn he owned and knew thousands of poems. Perhaps most important to him were the poems he read to...
The Hartford CourantConnecticut's hospital chief executives have come out fighting against Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed budget, warning of layoffs and other dire consequences if the state's payments and reimbursements don't keep up with added needs. The hospital heads,...
The Hartford CourantPeter J. Tutschka, the former chief of the cancer center at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, was a scientist and clinician who played an important role in the first use of cyclosporine to prevent the body from rejecting transplanted bone marrow....
David Hayes lives in an early-18th-century house on a 57-acre lot in Coventry, his home since 1968. To wander around Hayes' property is to discover Hayes' passion. On 10 acres of open fields, and scattered in the marshy woods, are hundreds of Hayes'...
One law firm has rented out a conference room in the downtown Hilton and invited patients of a Johns Hopkins gynecologist to discuss their legal options. Other firms are taking out newspaper ads, urging his patients to contact them. Others are asking...
The Hartford CourantSeven years ago, I disagreed with a New Britain minister — who once was my pastor — when he started a petition to bring metal detectors to the high school. His well-intended response was to allegations that a student at the school was found...
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