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1st) Bow-Tie Criterion Cinemas OK, sure, one of the Criterion Cinemas' major selling points is that you can legally drink and schmooze in the side café with friends before your flick starts. In a blue-law state like Connecticut, there’s no...
The Hartford CourantUp to now, the Connecticut General Assembly has never approved any of the bills offered in recent years that would enable cities and towns to install cameras at red lights and collect fines by mailing tickets to violators. But this year's bill —...
The Hartford CourantKen Edwards shakes his head in disbelief when he thinks about his first domestic violence training session as a rookie cop in New London in 1981. The instructor encouraged the young officers to keep family violence a private matter and told them an...
Tags: Connecticut, Prosecution, Winsted, Laws, Police Arrests
firstname.lastname@example.orgNeurogen Corp. and Curagen Corp., homegrown drug development firms, now have one more thing in common — both are selling themselves to companies that will shutter all, or virtually all, Connecticut operations. Three months after Curagen said it...
Associated Press WriterPipe bombs, rifles found in car stopped in NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) - Two Connecticut men face charges of bomb making and other offenses after police say they found them in a Mercedes with explosives in a residential New Haven neighborhood. It was...
Tags: Bombings, Vehicles, Connecticut, East Haven, Explosions
Branford Police are looking for a possible witness in the case of unidentified body found at a local truck stop. Police were notified at 10:44am Friday that a body had been found in the rear trailer of a tractor - trailer owned by Allied Van Lines,...
Tags: California, Prosecution, Witnesses, Kentucky, Death
Associated PressHillary Waugh, a novelist whose prolific career introduced generations of mystery readers to small-town intrigue and police techniques rooted in real investigations, has died. He was 88. Waugh's son, Lawrence, confirmed his death Saturday, saying it...
The Hartford CourantNeurogen Corp., a pioneering member of Connecticut's small but lively biotech industry, has hired an adviser to help sell the company or its assets and has laid off half of its already shriveled workforce, the company said Tuesday. To save cash, Neurogen...
Special to The Hartford CourantJudging from the typical Christmas card of 120 years ago, a person unfamiliar with the holiday might have concluded -- understandably -- that it was celebrated in the middle of summer rather than the bleak first week of winter. The majority of...
Tags: Europe, History, Holidays, Religious Festivals, North Branford
Staff WriterCelebrate St. Patrick's Day with some real Irish flavor. Here is a listing of some of our favorite Irish pubs and restaurants to enjoy the holiday. Half Door 270 Sisson Ave. Hartford, CT 06105 860-232-7827 http://www.thehalfdoor.com/ Black Rock Castle...
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