In a decision that reviewed open government laws, the state Supreme Court concluded Monday there is no legal requirement for police agencies to disclose to the public anything but the most perfunctory information when they arrest people.
HARTFORD — If you'd asked him before March 25, 2011, Victor Peña wouldn't have been able to tell you the name of the deadliest enemy of high school-age athletes.
For several decades, Sally Dun was a modern day Medici — a patron of the arts in Hartford rather than Florence.
WESTPORT — Two days after the robbery of a TD Bank branch, detectives on Friday tracked down the third and final suspect.
The rules were pretty simple at Camp Nepaug: No handouts and 24 hours of work per week would get a man a clean bed to sleep in and three meals a day.
PLAINFIELD — A Sterling man was listed in critical condition Thursday night in the intensive care unit at William W.
People From 15 Countries Take Oath Of Allegiance At New Britain StadiumNEW BRITAIN — The seventh-inning stretch arrived just in time Thursday night at New Britain Stadium.
Blumenthal and Murphy Say Deportation Is Not SolutionHARTFORD— U.S.
BERLIN — Here's why the town's finance director, Jim Wren, posted pictures of 19 dead Prescott, Ariz., firefighters on his office door.
Follow Your Town News On The Courant's New Britain Facebook PageNEW BRITAIN — Buoyed by big contributions from community organizations and philanthropists, the annual Great American Boom festival and fireworks show will take place July 5.
Aaron Hernandez was scheduled to appear in Fall River Superior Court Monday when a decision could be made on whether to move his trial on charges he killed Odin Lloyd closer to Boston.
Longtime Owners Selling Station, And Others It Owns, To Connecticut GroupThe state's oldest radio station, the place for "Radio Fun," home of the "Oldies But Goodies," and where listeners expected to have "More Fun With No.
Follow Your Town News On The Courant's Farmington Facebook PageFARMINGTON – Police on Saturday night said they have a possible hostage situation at a home and were closing off access to part of the Unionville section.
PLAINFIELD – Police on Saturday charged two 21-year-old Moosup men with stealing a gun from a home.
Fireworks on the 4th of July are an American tradition.
Follow Your Town News On The Courant's Vernon Facebook PageVERNON — A 32-year-old Vernon mother who was the subject of an amber alert when she took her three children to Maine in May was charged Thursday afternoon after police say she violated a judge's order and tried to visit the children.
Prosecutors are trying to prevent former Gov. John G.
ORANGE — A Shelton mother faces child endangerment charges after police said she left her 3-year-old in car while she went shopping.
Follow Your Town News On The Courant's Hartford Facebook PageA tragic fire that took place 70 years ago has left behind embers of mystery and intrigue.
Follow Your Town News On The Courant's Hartford Facebook PageHARTFORD — A crew has stopped a leak that forced police to shut down South End streets at lunchtime Thursday.
Six nursing homes have been fined more than $1,000 each by the state Department of Public Health in connection with incidents of residents being burned, losing teeth or breaking hips and one resident who molested at least seven others.
VERNON – Two men were arrested for a stabbing at Union and Ward streets Saturday morning.
The Connecticut State Police have made 17 drunken driving arrests, responded to 144 accidents and given out 796 speeding tickets since beginning their holiday enforcement effort at midnight on Thursday.
Follow Your Town News On The Courant's Manchester Facebook PageMANCHESTER — A June graduate of Manchester High School who was badly injured in a crash on Wednesday has died, school officials said Friday.
ELLINGTON — State police are investigating a possible "swatting" incident — a false report of an emergency — at an Ellington home Friday afternoon.
FUSE Scandal Steps Up Release Of Group's Proposed ChangesA public charter school advocacy group has recommended changes to state laws that would establish clearer performance standards for charter schools and require them to post meeting notices and minutes online.
MIDDLEBURY — Firefighters from several Litchfield and Fairfield county towns Thursday night battled a ferocious fire that destroyed a 10,700 square foot home at 725 Breakneck Hill Road.
OLD LYME — The town and its beach communities are close to an agreement on a major project that would install sewers for the town's thousands of summer homes.
Cleanup Of Old Sewer Tanks Will Raise A Stench For Weeks Follow Your Town News On The Courant's Manchester Facebook PageMANCHESTER — Brace yourselves, citizens of Manchester.
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