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Hartford Courant
Hartford Courant

258 Broad St
Hartford, CT 06115   Directions

(860) 241-6200


Will signed week before heavy metal star Oliver Herbert’s death part of police probe
01/13/2019 11:34am

State police investigating the drowning death of heavy metal star Oliver Herbert in Stafford Springs have examined a will signed by Herbert a week before his death at a Hartford car dealership, multiple sources close to the probe said. The will was notarized by a person who was a friend of Herbert...

Five Hartford police officers, shot on duty, are posthumously honored
12/12/2018 4:00pm

Two years ago, while talking to a friend, retired Hartford Police Sgt. Thomas Elwood learned that a fellow officer who was shot on duty never received a citation for his valor. With a little digging, he discovered the officer wasnt alone. Nine members of the force who served prior to 1974 the...

State files rebuttal fighting Cheshire killer Joshua Komisarjevsky's claim for new trial
12/12/2018 2:50pm

Joshua Komisarjevsky doesnt deserve a new trial in the 2007 Cheshire murders, the states attorneys office said Wednesday in a legal brief with the Supreme Court arguing to reject his appeal, which is based in part on the failure of the state to turn over a series of police phone calls from the...

New Jersey sports betting market closing in on $1B mark
12/12/2018 3:00pm

New Jerseys sports betting market is closing in on the $1 billion dollar mark after less than six months of operation. Figures released Wednesday by the state Division of Gaming Enforcement show New Jerseys casino and racetrack-based sports books took in over $330 million worth of bets in November....

National Enquirer owner admits it buried stories to help Trump's presidential run
12/12/2018 7:10pm

The parent company of magazines including the National Enquirer, Us Weekly and In Touch has admitted to engaging in a journalistically dubious practice known as catch-and-kill in order to help Donald Trump become president. Federal prosecutors revealed Wednesday they had agreed not to prosecute...

Periodico Identidad Latina
Periodico Identidad Latina

593 Farmington Ave
Hartford, CT 06105   Directions

(860) 231-9991


Niños inmigrantes en refugios están enfermos
07/15/2019 10:27am

Nios inmigrantes enviados a refugios estn traumatizados y enfermos, en algunos casos tienen varicela o tuberculosis.La administracin de Trump est enviando a nios inmigrantes que estn solos, con miedo y enfermos de fiebre, varicela e incluso tuberculosis a refugios &...

Trump a demócratas «vayanse del país»
07/15/2019 10:14am

El presidente Donald Trump a un grupo de legisladoras demcratas de color, les dijo que se vayan del pas y que regresen a esos estropeados lugares llenos de crimen de donde vinieron.

TENIS: Djokovic volvió a ganar Wimbledon
07/15/2019 10:04am

Novak Djokovic SRB venci a Roger Federer SUI en la final del Wimbledon 2019 que duro aprox. cinco horas de partido.La final del Abierto de Londres duro cinco sets, y se defini en tiebreak Muerte sbita luego de que ...

IMPORTANTE PARA INMIGRANTES: Recursos y Derechos sobre las Redadas
07/15/2019 9:09am

Las Redadas anunciadas por el gobierno federal empezaron lentamente el domingo 14 de julio. Queremos recordarle al pblico, y ms all a los medios que sirven a nuestra comunidad, de los recursos para organizar y defenderse el uno al otro:...

EEUU: Trump piensa en sacar la pregunta sobre ciudadanía en el censo de 2020
07/12/2019 10:30am

El presidente de EE.UU., Donald Trump, descart este jueves incluir la pregunta sobre ciudadana en el censo de la poblacin de 2020, y en cambio pidi a su Gobierno que examine sus archivos para informarle de cuntos de los presentes ...


333 Captial Blvd
Rocky Hill, CT 06067   Directions

(860) 728-3333



285 Broad St
Hartford, CT 06115   Directions

(860) 527-6161


Fairfield County business owners pitch in to help in the search for Jennifer Dulos
07/15/2019 10:01pm

NEW CANAAN When Sky Mercede, a New Canaan resident and Norwalk business owner, learned about Jennifer Dulos, the New Canaan missing mother of five, he said he had to do something. I didnt even know her but Im trying to help, Mercede said. Mercede taped a missing person flier in the window of his business, Forever Sweet Bakery, in Norwalk. Then he started to distribute fliers to some of his neighbors and friends. It affected me, it affected my

Art meets the chainsaw in Southington
07/15/2019 9:05pm

SOUTHINGTON The sawdust has yet to settle, and it wont anytime soon in Jared Welcomes world. Welcome is one of the few chainsaw carvers in the state and travels Connecticut putting his indelible touch on downed trees. I do this because I have a passion for it, said Welcome, who works as a teacher in an area correctional institution. Working at a house where Eversource was forced to cut down a tree that threatened power lines, Welcome was about

PD: 4 arrested in connection to fight at Ocean Beach Park in New London
07/15/2019 8:11pm

Story written by: Julia Matter NEW LONDON Police said four people were arrested after a fight broke out at Ocean Beach Park Sunday evening. New London Police Department said they responded to Ocean Beach Park around 6:54 p.m., following a report of a physical disturbance. Police said when they arrived, officers came into contact with multiple individuals involved in the incident. Pepper spray was used by officers to gain control of the situation, according to New London Police. Police

Americans share what it feels like to be told: ‘Go back to where they came from’
07/15/2019 7:53pm

Over the weekend, President Donald Trump attacked a group of progressive Democratic congresswomen by sarcastically suggesting that they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested placesfrom which they came. To go back where you came from is a slur thats been used against people of color in America and elsewhere for decades. CNN asked to share their experiences. Here are 8 of those stories, sent in via Twitter and WhatsApp, in their unedited forms:

Grandma arrested with loaded gun at New York City airport
07/15/2019 7:53pm

NEW YORK Officers arrested a grandma found with a loaded gun in her bag at New York Citys LaGuardia Airport on Monday morning, officials said. The North Carolina woman was with two of her grandchildren, according to a Transportation Security Administration spokeswoman. Officers spotted the gun in the womans red suitcase as it went through an X-ray machine. The handgun was loaded with six bullets, including one in the chamber, officials said. The woman told officers that she did


1422 New Britain Ave
West Hartford, CT 06110   Directions

(860) 521-3030


Man Found Dead at Plymouth Lake
07/15/2019 9:43pm

A man has been found dead at Hancock Brook Lane in Plymouth, police confirmed Monday.Authorities said the 29-year-old victim was reported missing from Waterbury after he went fishing Sunday and never returned. The mans car was spotted by Plymouth police overnight and they ran the plates, but at the time, he had not been reported missing. Florida Manatee Deaths Could Reach Record High Rescue teams responded to the lake and found the mans body. Police said the victim was found with fishing equipment and a kayak.Let somebody know. You shouldnt come to a place like this by yourself. Especially speeding the evening here. Always have somebody with you, Chief Mark Sekorski with the Terryville Fire Department said. Weakened Barry Still Poses Flood, Tornado Risks Fire officials said conditions on the lake can make it difficult to maneuver and dangerous, particularly at night.The terrain here is very rough. The lake or the water flood control area is full of lily pads and weeds so we had a tough time with our boats getting there, Sekorski explained. Divers Swim, Take Pictures With Oversized Jellyfish The body will go to the medical examiner to determine a cause of death.Photo Credit: NBC Connecticut

Heat to Build Through the Week
07/15/2019 9:44pm

NBC Connecticut First Alert meteorologists are tracking another week of heat and humidity.High temperatures are expected to be at or above 90 degrees starting Tuesday, lasting into next weekend. Making an Immigration Arrest Requires Hours of Surveillance Comfortable air will start the week with low humidity lasting through Tuesday. The humidity begins to increase out ahead of tropical moisture by Wednesday and Thursday.The remnants of what was hurricane Barry will likely spread showers, storms and high humidity into the state by Thursday. Feds: Fake Passport, Diamonds Found in Epsteins NYC Safe Friday through Sunday will be hot and humid and feel like 100 degrees.Once that system passes, 90s still look likely with lower humidity lasting into next weekend. Boxing Champ Pernell Sweet Pea Whitaker Dead at 55 You can get the latest forecast in your area anytime here.Photo Credit: NBC This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Worker Rescued After Trench Collapse in Bloomfield
07/15/2019 10:12pm

Emergency crews rescued a worker trapped in a trench at a work site in Bloomfield Monday.Police said the victim was working for a private company doing septic work on Brentwood Drive when a trench collapsed, trapping the workers legs. The victim was conscious and able to speak to rescuers during the two-hour ordeal. Florida Manatee Deaths Could Reach Record High Officials say the victims injuries are serious but not life-threatening.Several towns responded to assist with the rescue. First responders said they needed to provide support to the trench walls to prevent further collapse while they worked to free the worker. Weakened Barry Still Poses Flood, Tornado Risks Photo Credit: West Hartford Fire Fighters Local 1241

Catholic Leaders in Connecticut Speak on Immigration Issue
07/15/2019 7:11pm

The hot button issue of illegal immigration has reached all the way to the Catholic Church, with bishops across the country, including in Connecticut, weighing in.They have left their countries, not because they want to, its because for some reason, they have been forced to, said Bishop Juan Miguel Betancourt, auxiliary bishop of Hartford. Florida Manatee Deaths Could Reach Record High Bentancourt says hes heard the concerns of Catholic parishioners, 40 percent of whom in the Hartford area he says are of Hispanic origin.If they have left everything in their countries, its not easy just to go back and start over in a place thats not safe, he explained. Weakened Barry Still Poses Flood, Tornado Risks Betancourt is one of five bishops in the Connecticut Catholic Conference who recently signed a letter urging the federal government to overhaul existing immigration policies.An examination of conscience is necessary to see all the things that have been done and the things that we have failed to do as a country, Betancourt said. Divers Swim, Take Pictures With Oversized Jellyfish He says their biggest concern is treatment of migrants at the border and the conditions in the countries they are fleeing from. However, obeying the law is also part of the Churchs teachings.Our government has the right and the duty to keep our borders safe.But, he says that human dignity needs to be at the forefront of those policy decisions.With the respect of the human person. Thats the thing. I think thats the first thing that we need to look. If we focus on that, that will help us to find ways that can be fair and just, Betancourt said.While other Christian denominations have opened their doors to those seeking sanctuary of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Betancourt says there is no written policy, yet, in the Hartford Archdiocese.We probably will be committed to do everything that is in our power with our resources to try to assist the people who are in need in a way that actually respects the law, he said.

Hot Work in Hot Weather: Firefighters Battle Through 90-Degree Heat
07/15/2019 5:56pm

As if fighting fires wasnt difficult enough, Middlefield firefighters faced an additional challenge Monday - outdoor temperatures approaching 90 degrees.Its extremely warm out today, said Middlefield Fire Lt. Brian Dumas. It could be more humid, make it more miserable but it would be good if it cooled down a little bit. Florida Manatee Deaths Could Reach Record High Middlefield Fire Chief Peter Tyc described the fire as moderate and says it was knocked down in just 15 minutes. Still, with the summers heat, the challenge was anything but small.The equipment we wear weighs over 80 pounds, explained Tyc. Even on the coldest day you get hot in your gear. Weakened Barry Still Poses Flood, Tornado Risks During summer months Middlefield firefighters say they need to rotate firefighters more frequently, keeping them fresh and hydrated.It means that we need more people, said Tyc. People that usually can do work for 15 or 20 minutes can only do five to 10 minutes of work. Divers Swim, Take Pictures With Oversized Jellyfish To assist with personnel, Middlefield received mutual aid from three nearby departments Durham, Killingworth and Westfield.Right now were doing the best with what we have, said Assistant Chief Steven Tyc. We might have guys going into the house two or three times instead of just going in once. Coming out, cooling off.Firefighters estimate the ceiling temperature inside the home today was close to 1000 degrees, so despite the outdoor temperatures, there was relief outside.Just coming out, obviously, even if its 100 degrees outside, its gonna feel a lot cooler than it was in there, added Steven Tyc.Although the Middlefield fire was confined to the kitchen, firefighters say the smoke damage inside the home has made it unlivable. The good news, no one was hurt.Middlefield firefighters arent the only ones dealing with this weeks heat. Firefighters around the state, including Middletown, are dealing with this challenge.It takes a beating on your body. says Middletown Deputy Fire Chief Albert Leary. Its an extra strain on the men and women of the fire department, we have to rotate more often and get larger crews in.Middletown Fire says they normally allow firefighters to stay in a structure until two oxygen bottles are depleted. In the hot summer days though, that time is limited and cut in half.They go in with a bottle. When that air pack is depleted they come out, said Lieutenant, Bob Quale.Staying hydrated is paramount. Middletown lieutenants mandate firefighters drink water as soon as their shift begins and continue throughout the day.Its extremely taxing on your body with the heat, said Lt. Keith Clark. Its a physical job to begin with but the heat just adds stress.With several days reaching 90 degrees already this week and more of the same to come, these firefighters are preparing the best they can.Fortunately for Middletown firefighters theres only been one small fire this week and theyre hoping it stays that way.Photo Credit: NBC Connecticut

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