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Playwright Justin Tanner takes an uncharacteristic segue into sweetness in his 1992 coming-of-age play, "Teen Girl," now in revival at the Zephyr. "Girl" is not the acid-etched indictment of soulless suburban life so typical of Tanner but a scrawled...
Courant Staff WriterThe going rate for an Iraqi life is $2,500. In his weekly trip to the Civil-Military Operations Center in downtown Fallujah, the battalion's judge advocate hands out cash to Iraqis. A few hundred dollars for a car scraped by a Marine vehicle in a tight...
Tags: Crimes, Death, Companies and Corporations, Judges, Family
The Hartford CourantHello and let me introduce myself. My name is Ken Byron and I am the web host for the New Britain-area iTowns. I'm 43 and grew up in Massachusetts. Being a reporter is something I have wanted to do since high school and aside from a mercifully brief...
Tags: Massachusetts, Meriden, Connecticut, New Britain, Naugatuck
The fight over a $25 garden hose in Ansonia is once again getting some attention. An officer was fired after he was accused of stealing that hose. He heads to court this morning --with a lot of support. Fox 61's Jennifer Lahmers has the...
Date: April 20, 2007 School: New London High School Town: Ansonia Slug: "Paddles of Life" Status: Broadcast Length: 50 DELIVERY: Great job. Nice location for the stand up. INTERVIEWS: Good, but you didn't need to introduce the paramedic twice....
The Hartford CourantOn the morning of Aug. 18, 1955, Waterbury wakes up to pouring rain, but hardly anyone notices. What has their attention on this soggy Thursday morning is the "Today Show," hosted by Dave Garroway, which is being aired live from the Elton Hotel downtown....
Tags: Rosalind Russell, Floods, Naugatuck River, Vehicles, Connecticut
The Hartford CourantBrendan Horan of West Hartford examines the jagged stock values on his computer screen. Worry inflects the 9-year-old's voice. "What? No, we sold Google," he tells a classmate in the Smith School library. "It's going up right now," murmurs Prithvi...
Tags: Research, Meriden, Connecticut, Stock Broking, Gaming
The Hartford CourantGhosts made Calwyn Fearon fatally shoot his girlfriend over the weekend and leave their Hartford apartment in her Jaguar, he later told police. Fearon "was having issues with ghosts that were taunting him and making fun," according to a police report...
Tags: West Hartford, Crimes, New York, Assault, Crime, Law and Justice
ClintonI was in Yale-New Haven Hospital, having delivered my first child on August 15, 1955. My husband was an Air Force recruiter stationed in New Haven. He had recruited my brother into the Air Force, and he left for active duty on August 15, 1955, the day my...
ctnow.comNote: The map and schedule for First Night Hartford published in the Dec. 31, 2001 edition of The Hartford Courant was inaccurate. Click on the graphic at right for the correct information or visit the official First Night Hartford site. Celebrate the...
The Hartford CourantWorld Wide Web Site: www.munic.state.ct.us/ANSONIA/ansonia.htm Taken from the town of Derby, Ansonia consolidated town and city in April, 1889. Area is 6.2 sq. miles and the population is estimated at 17,807. Principal industries, manufacture of copper...
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