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Thu, 20 Dec 2018 19:44:04 GMT
A 12-year-old boy allegedly killed his twin sister by stabbing her in the neck and torso and attacking his mother, a prominent lobbyist, in what a family friend described as an "unspeakable tragedy" in their Connecticut home, officials said. Brigid Curtin was identified Wednesday as the 12-year-old who was killed by her brother in their West Hartford home, according to the Hartford County Medical Examiner's office.
Stamford residents can help drive hunt for car-tax evaders
Thu, 20 Dec 2018 19:31:36 GMT
The Board of Representatives will vote next month on hiring a company to identify cars belonging to Stamford residents that are not on city tax rolls. The Board of Representatives will vote next month on hiring a company to identify cars belonging to Stamford residents that are not on city tax rolls.
Suspect In Beating, Rape Of Fairfield College Student Caught In Mexico After Four-Year Search
Thu, 20 Dec 2018 19:17:18 GMT
A four-year hunt for the man accused of beating, strangling and raping a Fairfield college student has ended with his arrest in Mexico. Edibaldo "Eddie" Duran, 29, a Mexican national, was arrested Wednesday by Mexican officials after they received information of his location in the south-central city of Puebla from the U.S. Marshals Service and took Duran into custody.
On eve of departure, Malloy discusses accomplishments, approval...
Thu, 20 Dec 2018 19:13:56 GMT
But the 300-page, 15.3-megabyte PDF document that this week hit inboxes of those who have covered Malloy's eight years as governor -- a crucible of budget deficits, straying corporations, blizzards and the worst grade-school shooting in U.S. history -- belies that nonplussed facade. From criminal justice reforms and LGBTQ protections to gun control legislation and transportation initiatives such as the Hartford-New Britain busway, the dossier compiled by Malloy's staff goes to unprecedented lengths to try to spell out the workaholic governor's accomplishments, as well as unfinished business.