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  1. Saybrook Breakwater Lighthouse Sells At AuctionRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant

    The identity of the high bidder or their plans for the lighthouse may not be known for weeks. Typically, the federal government's General Services Administration, which oversees the sale of lighthouses for the Coast Guard, will release the buyer's name once the sale is completed.

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  2. Crane Operator Blamed For Rhode Island Building CollapseRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant

    A police report shows that a worker blamed a mistake by a crane operator for the collapse of a building under construction at a private Rhode Island university that injured six people. Workers were installing steel beams Tuesday morning on a new indoor practice facility at Bryant University in Smithfield when the beams collapsed.

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  3. Choose to Change With the Fall Shoreline Slimdown at the YRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | The Hartford Courant

    With the kids back in school, you can finally take some time to back to you and your wellness goals you have been promising yourself all summer. The Valley Shore Y's Fall Shoreline Slimdown is a fun and challenging way for members to get back on track.

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  4. Miguel Roman Seeks $8.5M For 20 Years Wrongly Spent In PrisonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Hartford Courant

    Miguel Roman enters Hartford Superior Court on April 2, 2009 with his daughter, Vanessa, 31, and his grandson, Malakai, 3. Miguel Roman enters Hartford Superior Court on April 2, 2009 with his daughter, Vanessa, 31, and his grandson, Malakai, 3. Miguel Roman enters Hartford Superior Court on April. 2, 2009 with family members including his son-in-law, Carlos Hernandez, and grandson, Isaiah .

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  5. 25 Years In Prison For Brutal South Windsor Auto Shop AssaultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Hartford Courant

    Two working guys, forever changed by the brutal assaults they suffered at the hand of Nathaniel Chambers and three others more than two years ago, smiled a little Tuesday as they watched the man who hurt them so much get packed off to prison for 25 years. Moments earlier, Robert Lareau and Ryan Kelleher described for Hartford Superior Court Judge Joan K. Alexander the lasting impact of the brutal assaults each endured on Jan. 8, 2013 inside Forced Induction Motor Sports on Edwin Road in South Windsor.

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  6. Woman Sentenced In Fire Set At Enfield TargetRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Hartford Courant

    An Enfield woman charged in connection with a fire that was set inside the Target store at the Enfield Square Mall a year and a half ago was sentenced Tuesday to a year in prison. Erica Anderson, 20, previously pleaded guilty to first-degree criminal mischief and reckless burning as part of a plea agreement.

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  7. New Britain: Atlantic League Team To Replace Rock CatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Hartford Courant

    The Atlantic League on Tuesday evening announced a conditional agreement to field a team at New Britain Stadium next season. Mayor Erin Stewart said she was "ecstatic" at getting a new ballclub so soon after the Rock Cats of the Eastern League finished their last game in the city with Sunday afternoon's game.

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  8. Dentist Charged In Patient's Death Could Receive ProbationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | The Hartford Courant

    A dentist arrested on criminal charges after one of his patients died during a procedure has applied for a special form of probation that could allow him to avoid jail. Rashmi Patel, 45, of Suffield, faced charges of criminally negligent homicide, which is a misdemeanor, and tampering with evidence, a felony, in connection with the death of Judith Gan, 64, of Ellington.

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  9. Secret Stash Beer BashRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 30 | The Hartford Courant

    Goodwin College in partnership with ONYX Spirits Company hosted the first ever Secret Stash Beer Bash, Saturday night, Aug. 29. Each of the over 20 Connecticut microbreweries was given an ONYX Secret Stash whiskey barrel to brew their own specialty beer.

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  10. Student Forms Charity To Pay Heating BillsRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 30 | The Hartford Courant

    During Connecticut's historically harsh winters, when most residents are snug inside their heated homes, it's easy to forget that not everyone is comfortable. "My family and I always struggled with paying the bill for oil when I was little," said Anna Murphy, 13, of Stafford Springs.

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  11. New Britain Schools Invite Parents To 'Safe School Climate' TalkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | The Hartford Courant

    In the first week of classes, city educators want to bring parents, community groups and social service agencies up to speed about the current laws and school rules on bullying. New Britain High School has scheduled an evening forum on Sept.

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  12. The Artists of Gallery One at Mystic Arts CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 14 | The Hartford Courant

    Gallery One, a cooperative of mid-career artists working in a wide variety of media and styles from representational to abstract, including painting, sculpture and works on paper, will exhibit at the Mystic Arts Center's Liebig Gallery from September 25 through November 7, with an opening reception on Thursday, October 1 from 5:30 pm to 7 pm. A casual reception with artist talks will be held on Sunday, November 1 from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm.

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  13. Former Equestrian Coach Faces Charges Of Violating ProbationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | The Hartford Courant

    Former Portland equestrian coach Robert L. Johnson, convicted in 2001 of molesting a teenage riding student, will be back in a Connecticut courtroom in October to face charges for a third time that he violated conditions of his probation while running a new riding school in Missouri, authorities said. After more than a decade of legal troubles in Connecticut, Johnson, 58, moved out of state in 2013 and opened Johnsons Performance Horses, an equestrian training school in Miller, Mo.

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  14. Paperwork Delays Bog Down Case Of Mom Accused Of Killing Young Son, DaughterRead the original story

    Monday Aug 24 | The Hartford Courant

    The case of LeRoya Moore, the East Haven mother charged with murder in the overdose deaths of her two small children in June, remained at a standstill Monday because of delays in the release of paperwork. Attorneys told Judge Patrick J. Clifford during a brief hearing Monday in Superior Court that they had not yet received a case book of police documents needed to move forward in the case.

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  15. Schools To Be Rated On More Than Just TestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | The Hartford Courant

    Back-to-school news for test-wary parents: State plans to rate your kid's school on more than just one test With the state on the verge of releasing the scores of its new standardized tests, it would be easy for test-weary parents to miss what many consider good back-to-school news. While the first Smarter Balanced test scores will be accorded plenty of importance - and education officials keep warning that the scores will be low because the test is new and more rigorous - the state is also embarking on a new rating system for schools that de-emphasizes testing.

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  16. Crittercam Deployed In Old Lyme To Follow Snapping TurtleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | The Hartford Courant

    At the Tributary Mill Conservancy in Old Lyme, Mystic Aquarium biologist and snapping turtle handler Cris Sodergren holds up a decades old, 32 pound male snapping turtle during a health assessment by the aquarium's Dr. Allison Tutle. At the Tributary Mill Conservancy in Old Lyme, Mystic Aquarium biologist and snapping turtle handler Cris Sodergren holds up a decades old, 32 pound male snapping turtle during a health assessment by the aquarium's Dr. Allison Tutle.

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  17. Hartford Registrars Validate Signatures, Clear Way For Pedro Segarra Primary Contest Vs. Luke BroninRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | The Hartford Courant

    Mayor Pedro Segarra took part in a debate hosted ny the Hartford Courant and FOXCT Wednesday, just a few weeks ahead of the primary election. Hartford Democrats endorsed Luke Bronin, a lawyer and relative newcomer to Hartford, forcing a September primary with the incumbent mayor.

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  18. Art At George Day Park In HartfordRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 19 | The Hartford Courant

    John Manselle "Tangsauce" of the West End Blend jamming with Alvin Carter Jr. during a percussion workshop Wednesday afternoon at Day Park in Hartford. The event was a part of Real Art Ways' 25th year celebration providing free arts in the park to kids in the surrounding Parkville neighborhood.

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  19. West Hartford High Schools Get New, Non-Native American LogosRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | The Hartford Courant

    The town's two high schools are set to start the new year with fresh logos, created after the board of education recommended that use of all Native American mascots and imagery be discontinued. "We're very proud of the work that's been done by the students and the faculty and the community at both Hall and at Conard," said Assistant Superintendent Andy Morrow.

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  20. Julia Wasserman, Former Representative Who Escaped Nazis As A Child, Dies at 91Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 18 | The Hartford Courant

    Former Rep. Julia B. Wasserman, who escaped the Nazis during World War II as a child and went on to serve 18 years in the Connecticut legislature, died Tuesday at 91. A low-key Republican with expertise in science and health care, Wasserman spoke quietly but was respected by legislators on both sides of the aisle for her deep knowledge on various subjects. She first won election in 1990 and was a freshman during the tumultuous year of 1991 when the state income tax was approved.

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