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Fort Necessity National Battlefield is one of the historic sites and monuments that the National Park Service began administering, in addition to natural parks, back in 1933. But history doesn’t just sit idle at these sites, like an artifact in a display case. As the park service and others continue to research and interpret it, history sometimes literally changes shape.
Ten serious injuries and illnesses occurred on Walt Disney World rides in the second quarter of this year, according to the latest reports filed with the state. Five such incidents were reported at Universal Orlando and one at SeaWorld. Wet 'n Wild, Busch Gardens and Legoland reported no serious
HARTFORD – The office of the U. S. Attorney is convening a criminal grand jury to investigate claims of illegal fundraising by the state Democratic Party for the benefit of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy. Criminal subpoenas have been issued by U. S. prosecutors in recent weeks to a few individuals as part
Stanley Black & Decker Inc. announced Friday that CEO John F. Lundgren, who oversaw significant growth at the tool manufacturer over the past 12 years, will retire July 31. Lundgren, who turns 65 in September, is stepping down after 12 years on the job. James M. Loree, president and chief operating
The Hartford Yard Goats will finish their inaugural season as they began — on the road, Minor League Baseball's Eastern League announced Friday morning. With construction of their home field, Dunkin' Donuts Park, suspended, and the dispute between the city of Hartford and the fired stadium developers
That's a wrap. The most unpredictable and newsy political convention in at least four decades is in the books. Donald Trump's speech dominated the night, of course, but there was plenty of other fodder, too. My take on the best and the worst from the night that was is below.