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  • Two Teens Killed In Harwinton Crash

    John Secor didn't hear the crash, only the desperate pleas and pounding at his back door minutes later. "Please help, there's been a terrible accident, please call 911," yelled 17-year-old John Kelley. As Secor's wife made the phone call from their...
  • Body of Woman Missing for 4 Months Found Buried Under 'Pack Rat' Clutter

    Body of Woman Missing for 4 Months Found Buried Under 'Pack Rat' Clutter
    LAS VEGAS -- A four-month search for a missing Las Vegas woman came to a ghastly end this week when her husband found her corpse in their home amid a labyrinth of squalor that had been impassable even to search dogs. Bill James apparently had no idea...
  • Cure found for 'Yom Kippur headache'

    Cure found for 'Yom Kippur headache'
    Like many Yom Kippur observers, Michael Drescher would suffer headaches caused by the holiday's 25-hour fast. Popping an aspirin wasn't an option, since that would break the spirit of the fast. But Drescher, a physician with Hartford Hospital, has...
  • Sixth Juror Chosen In Perez Trial

    With the six regular jurors now seated, the prosecution and defense in Mayor Eddie A. Perez's bribery and larceny trial need only select three alternate jurors to have a full panel. The felony corruption trial is scheduled to start next month. The...
  • A Flood Baby's Birthday

    I was born on August 15, 1955 in Hartford Hospital. Our family lived on School Street in Hartford at that time. My mother often told me a story about the Flood of '55. She was in Hartford Hospital at the time of the flood. My father was working for HELCO...
  • Calle Del Parque / Park Street

    Cities of consequence have a rich history, a nationally prominent museum, a large library, a system of parks, a university, a stadium, theaters and a symphony orchestra, opera company and ballet. But that's not all. Among other requisites of notable...
  • List Of Transplant Facilities Not Meeting Standards

    To qualify for Medicare funding, the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services requires transplant centers to perform a certain number of transplants annually and achieve a specific unadjusted survival rate for patients one year after surgery....
  • Henry M: The Day One Man's Memory Died

    Henry M. was awake as the surgeon inserted a metal straw deep within his brain and suctioned out a piece of tissue the length of an index finger. The surgeon, William Beecher Scoville of West Hartford, talked to the 27-year-old Hartford man during the...
  • Woman Slain Outside Courthouse Had A Sense Of Certainty About Her Coming Demise

    Woman Slain Outside Courthouse Had A Sense Of Certainty About Her Coming Demise
    Eight months ago, well into the second year of a contentious divorce, Donna Bochicchio penned a note on a small piece of paper: "I know he's going to kill me," her brother, Karl Seitz, said she wrote. "I just don't know when." To make it clear who she...
  • WOMAN'S DEATH STILL A MYSTERY

    Who killed Cheryl Ruff? The 48-year-old Glastonbury woman collapsed at the East Hartford home of a friend in December, a dime-size bullet hole in the right side of her abdomen. Screaming, she told the friend she had been shot during a robbery on a...
  • A Deadly Ambush: Ex-Trooper Kills Wife, Himself; Injured Lawyer In Stable Condition

    Michael Bochicchio Jr. pulled into the city parking lot behind the courthouse shortly before 9 a.m. Wednesday.     He parked his Dodge Caravan nose-out, so he could watch the lot entrance, and armed with a semiautomatic handgun, he waited.     At 9...
  • Woman Slain Outside Courthouse Had A Sensee Of Certainty About Her Coming Demise

    Eight months ago, well into the second year of a contentious divorce, Donna Bochicchio penned a note on a small piece of paper:     ``I know he's going to kill me,'' her brother, Karl Seitz, said she wrote. ``I just don't know when.''     To make it...