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The Hartford CourantJoAnne Bauer’s life, at least the part requiring motor-vehicle transportation, has not been the same since her green 2001 Dodge Neon was stolen overnight from her West End residence on May 27, 2008. In a mind-bending convolution of events, the car&...
Tags: Wethersfield, Fines, South Windsor, Insurance, Theft
The Hartford CourantOn Saturday, Sunday and Monday, Jan. 21 to 23, in Hartford, Japanalia cleans house at its biannual mega-sale. The event features samples, one-of-a-kind items, overstocks and irregulars at 50 to 80 percent off. Payment is by cash or check only. Hours are...
The Hartford CourantIt has become clear what we must do to get the Hartford Police Department to marshal its resources and move swiftly and effectively against drug dealers, robbers and homicidal punks. We must somehow persuade those evildoers to dress up in really stinky...
The Hartford CourantWhew! I've returned from the wilds of Windsor Locks. OK, you can stop laughing now. No, really, stop. I wasn't exploring the grassy fields around Bradley International Airport. Nor was I in the sliver of wilderness along the Connecticut River known as...
The Hartford CourantIt was lunchtime at Nardi Breads Inc., but no one was thinking about eating in the dark, cold cavernous commercial bakery — not on the seventh day without power, the seventh day of wondering how the 103-year old business would survive. Owner...
The Hartford CourantThe first priority is to get the electricity back on and to make sure all citizens, particularly elderly residents living alone, are safe. But it's also time to ask what Connecticut Light & Power was doing in the days and hours before the storm when a...
The Hartford CourantThis might get me a one-way ticket to the funny farm. But there is a place in Windsor — only a few miles north of the capital city — where visitors can spend the whole day hiking 12 miles of trails. Trails that travel through a deep evergreen...
The Hartford CourantUp to now, the Connecticut General Assembly has never approved any of the bills offered in recent years that would enable cities and towns to install cameras at red lights and collect fines by mailing tickets to violators. But this year's bill —...
The Hartford CourantSomeone who once worked at Plainville's Nike missile base in the late 1950s left me a voicemail shortly after I wrote about exploring the remains of an old Army complex off the Metacomet Trail. He explained the "ack, track and smack" protocol. "The 'ack'...
Tags: Defense, Weaponry, Ansonia, East Windsor, Plainville
Nation NowStorm: Repair crews across the Northeast were making progress on Tuesday in restoring power cut by a winter snow storm, but about 1.9 million people remained without electricity, with Connecticut especially hard hit....
Nation NowAn unexpectedly slow cleanup from a freak winter storm has left what federal officials on Wednesday estimated to be about 1.2 million customers across the Northeast without electricity....
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