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New Haven (New Haven, Connecticut)

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  • Rhode Island Man Gets 14 Years In Prison For Triple Fatal Crash

    NEW LONDON — A Rhode Island man was sentenced on Friday to 14 years in prison for causing a December 2012 crash on I-95 in Old Lyme that claimed the lives of three women. According to police, Frank Sundstrom, 52, of Warwick, was drunk and driving...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Free Outdoor Movie Night Cancer Fundraiser - The Link That Helps Change Lives

    An East Hartford family have volunteered to host a free Outdoor Movie Night Cancer fundraiser on Saturday, Aug. 30, at 3:30 p.m. The event will be held at 1807 Main St. in East Hartford and open to the public. There will be food and refreshments available...
  • Subcommittee: More, But Simpler Communication Needed When Obtaining, Serving Restraining Orders

    HARTFORD — Domestic violence victims need to have a simpler process of applying for restraining orders and better communication with the agencies that handle them, a legislative subcommittee said Monday. To that end, the subcommittee of the task...
  • State Presents An Unflattering Profile

    If Connecticut were a high school student, she might be considered an aloof teenager with a generous allowance and a drug problem. That's the image, anyway, that recent surveys are giving this state. A snapshot: Living well. A new federal report shows...
  • Receiver On Board To Straighten Out Amistad

    Though it should have happened sooner, Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen took the right step in putting a receiver at the helm of the Amistad, the schooner that is the state's official tall ship and was built with state money, but is in private...
  • Magdalena Rybarikova Into Connecticut Open Final

     Magdalena Rybarikova Into Connecticut Open Final
    NEW HAVEN — A year ago, Magdalena Rybarikova's tennis career was on the rise. After a series of deep runs in tournaments and a few marquee wins over highly ranked players, Rybarikova reached No. 31 in the world rankings on Aug. 19, 2013. She...
  • On The Fly: Florida Might Not Quite Be Rid Of Richie Incognito

    How can the notorious Richie Incognito play for a guy named Lovie? The NFL's well-known bully visited the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday and could sign with the team. Head coach Lovie Smith said the team is evaluating the offensive lineman, but the...
  • If The Show's Not Ready For Critics, Should Tickets Be Cheaper?

    If The Show's Not Ready For Critics, Should Tickets Be Cheaper?
    When I was a kid growing up outside Boston, I would make it a point to see "preview" performances of Broadway-bound shows, in part because the tickets were cheaper. And it made sense, too, for both me and the show's producers. After all, these...
  • Four Things to Know About the Hartford HealthCare-Anthem Dispute

    Connecticut's largest hospital network and largest insurer are in the midst of a contract dispute. It's a type of clash that's become familiar, but it's occurring in a new context, against the backdrop of significant changes in health care: the...
  • Frontier Says It Will Spend $63 Million Expanding Broadband in Connecticut

    Frontier Communications Corp., $63 million, Connecticut attorney general, Office of Consumer Counsel. Frontier Communications Corp. will spend $63 million from 2015 to 2017 to expand and improve broadband in Connecticut, according to the agreement...
  • Jazz Week In New Haven

    Jazz Week In New Haven
    Let's face it: few metropolitan areas serve up top-flight jazz every night of the week, and it's hard to think of any in Connecticut. Be thankful, then, for Jazz Week, which actually stretches across 10 days of blowing and comping at area clubs, pubs...
  • Jazz 'N' Blue Festival In Simsbury To Benefit Autism

    Jazz 'N' Blue Festival In Simsbury To Benefit Autism
    SIMSBURY — Ed Tankus, owner of president of Blue Plate Radio, has teamed with Autism Speaks to organize the first Jazz 'N' Blue Festival at the Simsbury Meadows Performing Arts Center on Saturday, Aug. 16. Tankus said he was inspired to hold an...