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The Hartford CourantAmerica's sense of security was smashed with apocalyptic fury Tuesday when the most destructive and meticulously planned terror attack in history shattered two of the country's most potent symbols. Shortly after leaving Boston, American Airlines Flight...
The Hartford CourantLeading the country ever closer to combat, President Bush declared a national emergency Friday during a nationwide day of prayer -- vowing to ``rid the world of evil'' as he mixed pledges of retaliation with prayers of remembrance. ``The people who...
The Hartford CourantHistory will record the hourlong calamity, when the nation's icons of strength became infernos of anguish, but not the days-long treachery of the human psyche, which had people like Kathy Kraczkowsky of Hartford, an ordinarily sturdy mother of two, simply...
The Hartford CourantThe police department, with help from the state, is offering $30,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or people who killed a mother of four in 2000. Police hope the reward, approved this month by Gov. John G. Rowland,...
Northeast MagazineBeginning about six years ago, whenever Jean Kenny's two young grandchildren were bathed in her tub, they got severe rashes. ``At first, we didn't suspect the water,'' Kenny says. ``Babies are always getting rashes.'' Nancy, the mother of the oldest...
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Courant Staff WriterBefore Sept. 11, Gov. John G. Rowland saw himself primarily as a budgetary, governmental and legislative leader, he said. But after a year of meeting relatives of victims of the terrorist attacks, Rowland said he discovered a new role for himself and...
Hartford Courant Staff WritersJoseph A. Faryniarz Jr. watched as 800 of his colleagues were evacuated from the state Department of Environmental Protection last Thursday after he reported to security that he had found a yellowish-white powder on his desk with the misspelled label...
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Hartford Courant Business ColumnistWhere were you this past weekend? Was that you on the ski slopes, out for some early spring conditions? What a year of snow, huh? I thought I saw you in that Saturday afternoon backup over by the mall. Don't care what they say; the stores were packed....
Hartford Courant Staff WriterOttilie W. Lundgren was well aware of the anthrax threat. At 94, the former legal secretary and accomplished swimmer spent much of her day watching TV news, eager to stay abreast of world affairs. On Tuesday night, the Oxford woman, described by friends...
Cities of consequence have a rich history, a nationally prominent museum, a large library, a system of parks, a university, a stadium, theaters and a symphony orchestra, opera company and ballet. But that's not all. Among other requisites of notable...
Courant Staff WriterThe sun, the stars and the moon - icons featured in the grand 1929 ceiling design in Hartford's Horace P. Bushnell Memorial Hall - had to align just right to create a cosmic shift, especially in an arts universe. Such were the market, civic and financial...
The Hartford CourantThe next day, I sat with Delphine and a friend of hers in the packed second-floor courtroom in Hartford Superior Court as the morning's arraignments dragged on. Some of the defendants that morning probably had been caught up in the drug raids police...
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