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With summer fading fast, a good bet to enjoy these last warm days may be in the middle of Grayville Falls Park in Hebron where Raymond Brook flows through. The park got its name shortly after the town purchased the property in 1971. In 1972, a contest...
Courant Staff WriterThe Marines are filthy and tired and act hard, like they've been here two years instead of two months. Charlie Company's 200 or so infantrymen -- half from Connecticut -- are reservists, pulled from civilian life for the unit's first trip into the war....
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics, Iraq, Civil Unrest, Suicide, East Windsor
The state Supreme Court on Friday delivered gay and lesbian couples the validation they have long been seeking — the right to marry. In a 4-3 decision, the court ruled that same-sex couples cannot be prevented from marrying — and that civil...
Tags: M. Jodi Rell, Family, Minority Groups, Politics, California
Times Staff WriterCalifornia leaders went on their own version of an Orange Alert last week when the Department of Homeland Security announced that it was raising the state's overall anti-terrorism grant but lowering the amount of money it would provide to Los Angeles...
Courant Staff WriterArmy Sgt. Richard L. Ford, a decorated soldier from East Hartford, died Feb. 20, 2007 on his third deployment to Iraq of wounds suffered from small arms fire near Baghdad. He was 40 years old. -------------------- A decorated soldier from East...
The Hartford CourantStanding in front of his home Tuesday morning, Democrat Merrick Alpert declared his intention to take on U.S. Sen. Christopher Dodd, a man he blasted as "part of a culture of corruption in Washington." Borrowing a page from the playbooks of Dodd's two...
Those who visit a 121-acre swath of open space in Colchester will get a good sense of who the late Ruby and Elizabeth Cohen were and what they meant to this town. The Ruby and Elizabeth Cohen Woodlands on McDonald Road was purchased by the town in 2000....
Tags: Natural Resources, Nature, Family, Wildlife, Wetlands
Courant Staff WriterRail trails have become enormously popular in recent years, with good reason: What's better than a place to ride a bicycle, walk, run or roller-blade without having to deal with motorized traffic? So we spend time on the rail trails — stretches...
The Hartford CourantA state trooper shot and killed his ex-girlfriend, a Newington police officer, then turned the gun on himself in a murder-suicide Monday evening. Ciara McDermott, 30, was found dead around 6:30 p.m. in her house at 348 Ridgewood Road. Sources said she...
"Its just not fair that somebody is protected as a business. If I went into somebody's home and took money it would be considered criminal." said Dawn Fries. Fries allegedly was taken for a ride without stepping foot on an airplane. Fries...
A house fire in Marlborough that sent one person to the hospital for for smoke inhalation and first and second burns rekindled and had to be put our again. When the Fire Marshal was investigating Wednesday morning, he saw light smoke coming from the...
Tags: Fires, Marlborough, Hospitals and Clinics, Family, Health
The Hartford CourantIt has been a stain on the nation's conscience for five decades, a shameful mistake for which apologies have been made and reparations paid. In the courts of public opinion and history, the detention of more than 110,000 U.S. residents of Japanese...
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