Blumenthal Says Committee Should Subpoena Comey’s Tape

By Kyle Constable WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., said if recordings of conversations between President Donald J. Trump and former FBI Director James Comey exist, Senate committees should subpoena them. “My hope is Senate committees will obtain those tapes if they exist, by subpoena or otherwise,” Blumenthal told reporters at a press conference in […]

Blumenthal Says Committee Should Subpoena Comey’s Tape

Thousands from CT Heading to D.C. to Celebrate – and Protest – Inauguration

By: Ana Radelat GAGE SKIDMORE / CREATIVE COMMONS President-elect Donald J. Trump WASHINGTON – The inauguration of President-elect Donald J. Trump and related events may bring a record number of Connecticut residents to Washington, both to support the swearing in of the 45th president and to protest policies they expect him to implement. Connecticut’s congressional […]

Thousands from CT Heading to D.C. to Celebrate – and Protest – Inauguration

Facing Unaffordable Prices, Millions buy Medicine Outside U.S.

By Rachel Bluth / Kaiser Health News | Contributor As drug prices have spiraled upward in the past decade, tens of millions of generally law-abiding Americans have committed an illegal act in response: They have bought prescriptions outside the U.S. and imported them. One was Debra Miller, of Collinston, La., who traveled to Mexico four […]

Facing Unaffordable Prices, Millions buy Medicine Outside U.S.

Car Chase Leads to Lane Closings on I-91

19 January 2017

HARTFORD — A police chase that began in Massachusetts and injured at least one person caused lane closings on I-91. State Police said the two lanes of I-91 south near exit 49  are still closed because of a crash at the end of a police chase that began in Springfield early Thursday. At least one […]

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Secret Cult Attacks Avon Woman

28 December 2016

By Fran Wilson, Staff Writer AVON — An Avon woman on Monday was attacked in her home by several individuals, who claimed they were a part of a secret cult.   According to witnesses accounts, the perpetrators hit her head several times, hoping to cause brain injury that would “take her  education” that has made […]

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Bronin Signs Contract with Dept of Interior

07 December 2016

HARTFORD — Mayor Luke Bronin on Wednesday announced that he has signed a General Agreement with the U.S. Department of Interior, National Park Service regarding security measures at Coltsville Park. In December 2014, Coltsville became a National Historical Park. The areas within Coltsville that received “National Historical Park” status include the following sites: Colt Armory, […]

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Asian Host First Culture Night

02 December 2016

HARTFORD — The Asian American Student Association at Trinity College hosted the first Intercollegiate Asian American Culture Night in the Admissions Grand Room. In addition to the Trinity students who hosted the event in November, the conference welcomed Asian culture clubs from the University of Connecticut, Eastern Connecticut State University, Connecticut College, and Wesleyan University. […]

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Woman Reports Crucible Experience with Witchcraft

23 November 2016

By Robin Adams, Contributor AVON, Conn. — In what could be described as a crucible experience, an Avon woman was held hostage and tortured by more than a dozen people, who claimed they were  witches and wizards, according to eye witness reports to The Hartford Guardian. The woman, who  was made unconscious on several occasions […]

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Middletown Group to Hold Annual Open House

22 November 2016

MIDDLETOWN — Artists for World Peace, a non-profit humanitarian organization, will be holding our annual Open House event on Dec.  3 at the deKoven House Community Center The event is scheduled from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. located at 27 Washington St. in Middletown. Organizers said they will be hosting a community dialogue on peace […]

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Sandy Hook Families Ask Court to Reconsider

16 November 2016

HARTFORD – The families of nine Sandy Hook victims and one of the survivors today asked the Connecticut Supreme Court to hear their appeal after the case was struck down last month by a Superior Court judge in Bridgeport. Describing the Newtown shooting as a “singular event in Connecticut history,” the families’ appeal argues that […]

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East Hartford Police Seek Missing Elderly in Hartford

14 November 2016

EAST HARTFORD —  Police is seeking the whereabouts of an elderly man whose last known address was in East Hartford. Alexander Aleo, 94, was last seen on video and by a teller at Off Track Betting in Hartford. Police said he is a regular customer. He has not contacted family and travels to very few […]

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First Choice Health Offers Classes for Diabetes Month

10 November 2016

HARTFORD — November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. This month, First Choice Health Centers will be hosting a number of events to help educate our community on how healthy lifestyle choices can benefit those with   or without this chronic medical condition. In addition to our events listed below, First Choice Health Centers is proud to […]

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Mayor Ganim Swears In New Health Director

01 November 2016

BRIDGEPORT —  Mayor Joe Ganim on Tuesday swore in a new Director of Health for the city of Bridgeport. Maritza Bond brings extensive experience in health administration including nearly a decade with the Eastern Area Health Education Center covering Eastern Connecticut from a base in New London, serving as the organization’s executive director for the […]

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