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The Hartford CourantArmy Staff Sgt. Richard S. Eaton Jr., a Maryland-based counterintelligence analyst who grew up in Guilford, Conn., died in his sleep in Ramadi, Iraq, on Aug. 12, 2003. The Army reported that he probably died of pulmonary edema. He was 37 years old. As...
Sun StaffA priest ousted from his Roman Catholic church in Connecticut because he was found to have sexually abused boys while working as a pastor in Baltimore was never charged here with a crime, even though he confessed, a police report shows. The report from...
Tags: Juvenile Delinquency, Teen-agers, Charity, Prosecution, Maryland
Sun StaffFirst of two articles. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend arrived in Annapolis in 1984 as a young lawyer working for the House Appropriations Committee, and promptly broke the rules. Townsend was trying to persuade the state to yank its investments from...
From wire reportsGUILFORD, Conn. -- A Maryland-based Army counterintelligence analyst who had been assigned to the Pentagon when it was attacked by terrorists died of a pulmonary embolism in Iraq, his father said yesterday. Richard Eaton said military officials notified...
Still, Waters runs deep. Unchanged, unrepentant, unabashed, the bad boy of Baltimore underground -- and eventually aboveground -- movie making, now looks back exactly as he looks forward. While he works on developing his new film, "Pecker," he's also...
Sun Theater CriticA small, round man with a graying goatee and a whisper-soft voice, Lloyd Richards has been called everything from "the theatrical Duke Ellington" to a "black Santa Claus." He's also been described this way: "He's a big man but he don't act like a big...
St. Louis Post-DispatchMissouri state championship Class 1, at Dwight T. Reed Stadium, Jefferson City Team scores (through five events:) 1. Salisbury 33, 2. Mound City 18, 3. Chamois 15, T4. St. Elizabeth 10, King City 10, T6. Orrick 8, Canton 8, McAuley Catholic 8, T9....
Thanks to all of you who shared with me the most important life lesson you learned from your mother. Here are few that left your hearts and entered my heart: L. wrote: "I think the most important lesson my mother instilled in me was the value of a good...
Tags: Ocala, Alzheimer's Disease, Animals, Mother's Day
A New Haven Line commuter train derailed Friday afternoon near the Fairfield-Bridgeport town line, police said. The incident occurred near Commerce Drive and I-95. At about 6:10 p.m., the 4:41 p.m. eastbound train out of New Haven due at Grand Central...
NEW YORK -- Two commuter trains collided in Connecticut during rush hour Friday after a Manhattan-bound train derailed and hit the second train, officials said. Some cars of the second train also derailed in the incident near Fairfield, about 50 miles...
NEW YORK -- A train derailment and collision during evening rush hour injured 20 to 25 people, but none of the injuries are life-threatening, police in Fairfield, Conn., said Friday as emergency workers began scouring the mangled wreckage blocking the...
FAIRFIELD, Conn. (AP) — A New York-area commuter railroad says two trains have collided in Connecticut. Police say that 20 or more people were injured, but that there were no fatalities. LIVE VIDEO: WCBS aerials of train collision in Bridgeport,...
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