FAIRFIELD – An 86 year-old man from Fairfield was sent to the hospital Sunday night after police received a call that he was stuck between his pickup truck and a garage door, police said.
Glitzy Real Estate Deals Were 'A House Of Cards'Bernard Madoff's investor fraud took the Ponzi scheme to a new level, but it wasn't so long ago that Connecticut had its own infamous fraud case tied to some of Hartford's most well-known real estate: Colonial Realty Co.
Governor Warns Against Padding Next TimetableAnother politically tough week for Metro-North peaked Friday afternoon when Sen. Richard Blumenthal said that he was "appalled" to find years worth of lightly punished safety violations, and Gov.
With barely 10 months left until opening day, engineers and designers from the CTfastrak busway will host open houses in New Britain and Hartford to give the latest information on routes and fares.
A fresh picked tomato from a garden is wonderful to eat, and healthy too.
Shawn Wooden, the city council president, filed papers Thursday to form a candidate committee to run for the state Senate seat held by longtime incumbent Eric Coleman.
Former Sunrise Resort seeing new life after site clearedEver since the state purchased the abandoned Sunrise Resort in 2009, it became known as an attractive nuisance.
A year after Connecticut lawmakers voted to require the labeling of foods containing genetically modified organisms, the biggest roadblock to implementing the law could be New York's State Assembly.
Follow Your Town News On The Courant's New Britain Facebook PageNEW BRITAIN — A perplexing dispute over accounting practices at city hall is likely to result in a major hit to either the municipal budget or the school system.
Freshman U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty ramped up fundraising in the first three months of the year, raising more than Reps.
ANSONIA – Police responded to Woodbridge Avenue Sunday morning after a neighbor reported a dispute involving a handgun, Ansonia police reported in a press release Sunday evening.
People Often Visit Middletown's Indian Hill To Walk, Or Jog, Or Just Enjoy The Peace And The View— Tom D'Aquila, president of the Indian Hill Cemetery Association, likes to tell people that the Keynesian economist John Kenneth Galbraith was 6-feet, 8-inches tall.
Festival's Last Event To Be Held At Hartford Public Library Follow Your Town News On The Courant's Hartford Facebook PageHARTFORD — The city-organized festival "Hartford Loves Poetry" culminates Saturday with an afternoon grand finale at the downtown Hartford Public Library, where a cultural range of speakers will read poems in more than 20 languages.
Connecticut makes mediocre showingWhen you come across a story that asks who views more porn, those in red states (Republicans) or those in blue states (Democrats), well you have to read on.
The Rev. William Sloane Coffin Jr.He was a cleric.
With less than three weeks remaining in the legislative session, Republicans offered an alternative budget Thursday that rejects Gov. Dannel P.
HARTFORD—Each year the Connecticut Children's Medical Center collects donations to make spring baskets for their young patients.
A Florida man was indicted Wednesday on charges of witness tampering, obstruction of justice and lying to a federal grand jury that is investigating former New England Patriot star Aaron Hernandez's alleged role in illegal gun trafficking.
Serial Killer Amy Archer-Gilligan Inspired Dark Comedy 'Arsenic And Old Lace'For a fee, Amy Archer-Gilligan promised to care for the elderly tenants of her Windsor home until they died.
State police will begin implementing a plan to respond to non-emergency calls at barracks closest to where the calls are made.
TORRINGTON – Firefighters are on scene of a fire at an apartment building Sunday night.
Jeremiah Oliver's Father Lives In New BritainSTERLING, Mass.
Rising Health Costs And Fees Fueled FrustrationUniversity of Connecticut graduate students who work as teaching or research assistants won union recognition Thursday — the first, and only, group of graduate assistants recognized in the state.
The state's nursing homes call it excessive and intrusive.
The state Board of Regents for Higher Education Thursday endorsed President Gregory Gray's decision's to hire a Boston-headquartered global consultant for $1.8 million to assist with the development of a plan to transform the state university and community college system.
A Stamford woman who struck and killed two men with her car as they changed a tire on the side of Interstate 95 pleaded guilty Thursday to lesser charges after state police admitted they mistakenly destroyed evidence against her.
With criticism mounting each day a transgender girl stays in adult prison with no criminal charges, advocates and officials with the Department of Children and Families are starting to talk privately about getting the 16-year-old out of prison and crafting a suitable treatment program.
School Board Plans To Decide On Next Superintendent Monday Follow Your Town News On The Courant's Hartford Facebook PageHARTFORD — Two out-of-state educators competing to be Hartford's superintendent of schools faced a daylong gantlet of public and private interviews Wednesday, with both finalists telling their audiences that they were the right person to lead the district.
The annual flooding of the Connecticut River has revived a debate over a river gauge in Middletown that was deactivated three years ago due to high expenses.
It's clear that Connecticut's post-Newtown gun control law will play a loud role in the legislative campaigns.