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The Hartford CourantNewtown's Brian Mauriello didn't just want to cry, he wanted to do something. He was so grateful his elementary-school-age son was safe that he established the Newtown Memorial Fund. "At Friday at 4 o'clock I was the only fund out there," he said,...
The Hartford CourantMany people who knew Adam Lanza said he was awkward, withdrawn and socially isolated. It's a common description of mass shooters, but it also describes countless numbers of young people, most of whom grow out of their shyness and go on to lead normal...
Tags: Health, Psychiatry, Medical Specialization, Adam Lanza, Suicide
The Hartford CourantAs a lawyer and judge, Tony DeMayo fought vigilantly for the rights of women and those who are often looked down upon by society: people accused of criminal acts. His strong belief in the presumption of innocence and the equality and dignity of all...
Today, in Hartford, I see 16 children traversing the all-too-familiar tortuous path of mental illness, failing to receive the care they most desperately need. Yet how can this be, in the immediate aftermath of the most horrific of events in our own...
The Hartford CourantThe world will definitely not come to an end on Dec. 21, 2012, regardless of the Mayan calendar. There's no planetary Rapture in the near future, despite the wishful thinking of an apocalyptic few. For at least another billion years, Earth will spin,...
Tags: NASA, Winter Solstice, Islam, Judaism, Cosmology
Do we want to join a club that won't have us as a member? Connecticut awoke Wednesday to the news that the University of Connecticut had been snubbed by the Atlantic Coast Conference. The ACC had an opening that UConn coveted and made a strong case for,...
The Hartford CourantI have an unusual type of seasonal affective disorder, known as SAD. During these darkening days, I don't get sad at all. In fact, I find it progressively easier to extract hope from failure. Feeding my SAD this year was a recent story by Steve Grant...
Republican-AmericanSTORRS, Conn. (AP) — A year ago, Richard Parnas had never heard of brown grease: sticky, stinky, remnants of sludge sucked from grease traps at restaurants, bars and commercial kitchens. The glop for years has been considered useless, a common clog-...
Tags: Ethanol, Water Supply, Renewable Energy, Metal, Chemistry
The Hartford CourantUniversity of Connecticut President Susan Herbst thinks she and her college are not famous enough, and last week she did something about it. She hired Tysen Kendig as the university's new publicity mogul for $227,500. But before Tysen Kendig —...
Hartford CourantA Hartford architecture firm has been hired by the University of Connecticut to evaluate the former Travelers Education Center on Constitution Plaza in downtown Hartford — seen as among the top sites to house the university's relocated West Hartford...
Hartford CourantHartford is savoring the University of Connecticut's decision to move its West Hartford campus downtown, but it will take far more than the relocation of 2,100 students to make them an integral part of the city. When UConn moved its suburban Stamford...
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