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  • Claim: Doctor Wielded Firearm

    New lawsuits filed in the case of alleged child molester George Reardon include accusations that the West Hartford endocrinologist threatened his victims with a gun, rewarded them with cash and molested four brothers in the same family. The lawsuits,...
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  • Francis Fazio, Of Bristol, Made Effort To Warn Others

    Francis Fazio, Of Bristol, Made Effort To Warn Others
    They were picking their loads when the shooting started. The older drivers at Hartford Distributors, the guys with the most seniority, always picked their delivery routes first, before the younger drivers got to choose. The drivers would gather in a...
  • Hospital Staff Returns From Haiti

    Each morning in Haiti, nurse practitioner Deborah Ferretti awoke to the sounds of roosters crowing and brooms sweeping entrances to tents, the makeshift homes born of the Jan. 12 earthquake that ravaged the country. She'd have a power bar and some water...
  • Shootings Involving Police Officers In Connecticut, 2008-2010

    The following compilation of police-involved shootings over the last two years is based on news coverage and investigations by state's attorneys. The list may not be complete. >>2/10/10 -- A man was shot after a chase in East Hartford. He sustained...
  • Stoic In Devotion `Marines Don't Cry'

    Marines don't smile. It's strength they want to show now, as they stand in this field of white marble markers. Strength for Cpl. Jordan Pierson. Strength for his family. Utterly unruffled. So they watch without expression as their friend's casket is...
  • Too Close To Home

    The young men stood in the funeral home parking lot, telling tales. Ill at ease in their shirts and ties, they smoked and laughed, recounting a series of remember-that-time stories set in the streets and backyards of Milford. But the main character of...
  • Charlie Company Marine's Death Leaves His Family Reaching For Meaning

    The photos on the coffee table are like puzzle pieces, a thick stack of 4-by-6-inch hints about the Jordan Pierson his family couldn't know. There's one that shows the street that runs past the main cemetery in Fallujah, Iraq. Next, the view from the...
  • Marines At Home: Guard Of Honor

    The guard doesn't move a muscle. He stands rigid, white-gloved hands clasped in the small of his back. His quiet is a reflection of this place, a room where the slightest whisper thunders. The silence is so powerful it seems to seep outside into the dark...
  • Charlie Company Marine Killed In Fallujah

    The price Charlie Company is paying for its mission in the heart of Fallujah now has a name: Kurt E. Dechen. After months of close calls and Purple Hearts, the Plainville-based Marines lost one of their own in Iraq last week. The lance corporal from...