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New Britain police have found the man suspected of shooting a woman and two kids in a home on Newington Avenue in March... [Read More]
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A car crash on Saturday afternoon knocked out power to a neighborhood around Neiderwerfer Road, fire officials reported. [Read More]
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A teenager was shot late Thursday night and a man was shot Friday evening, police reported. [Read More]
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Two tree cutters were seriously hurt when their platform truck made contact with a power line Saturday afternoon, knocking out electricity to hundreds of... [Read More]
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A Saugatuck Avenue home was badly damaged by fire Saturday afternoon, bringing firefighters from several towns. [Read More]
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Did the city misplace $2.4 million in its school budget? [Read More]
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A Central Connecticut State University official has confrimed that four football players have been indiffently suspened from playing any sports after they were... [Read More]
Alarmed that the budget crisis could lead to steep reductions in transportation spending, a construction industry group on Tuesday declared Connecticut would... [Read More]
Bristol Hospital will go forward with a series of renovations and expansions even as it sustains losses because of the state's controversial hospital tax,... [Read More]
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Claiming that pharmaceutical manufacturers triggered a deadly nationwide epidemic by deliberately misrepresenting the risks of opioid painkillers, seven... [Read More]
Freshmen starting their first day at Bristol Central High School on Thursday received a little extra help finding their way through the building and figuring... [Read More]
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The city and as many as 24 other Connecticut communities will announce Thursday that they are suing major pharmaceutical companies over the opioid crisis. [Read More]
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After months of pressing for a probable cause hearing, the attorney representing Patrick Miles against a murder charge on Tuesday abruptly changed course and... [Read More]
House of Heroes Connecticut is seeking a few volunteer carpenters and plumbers, along with plenty of other folks, to pitch in with yard work on... [Read More]
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The Hospital of Central Connecticut is looking to sell its remote outpatient blood draw offices to Quest Diagnostics, a move its executives say would improve... [Read More]
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As many as 500 mourners gathered Tuesday morning for the funeral of Scott Johnson, the New Britain firefighter and Coast Guard retiree who died of... [Read More]
With just a week to go until classes are back in session, New Britain's education leaders gave a pep talk Monday to 1,200 teachers, classroom... [Read More]
The city put embattled Fire Chief Thomas Ronalter on leave Thursday and appointed an acting leader for the department, but Ronalter publicly declared he won't... [Read More]
Two and a half years after being diagnosed, city firefighter Scott Johnson lost his fight with colorectal cancer on Wednesday night. [Read More]
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