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Connecticut man wants guns taken in son's arrest
A Litchfield man wants his guns back after they were confiscated at his home by state police during his son's arrest on charges of selling marijuana.
Region's 911 calls temporarily rerouted Monday after dispatch center evacuated
Emergency 911 calls from across eastern Connecticut were rerouted to the western side of the state for about an hour on Monday following an evacuation of the state police consolidated emergency dispatch center at Troop C in Tolland, police said.
The Hartford Courant
Connecticut Plans Wakeup Call For Drowsy Drivers
Drivers on Route 202 in Litchfield who lose focus and drift may get shaken awake by new rumble strips in the center of the roadway.
Massive Warehouse Fire In Torrington
There are no known injuries from the fire at Toce Brothers Inc.'s warehouse on Taylor Street, Pam Edwards, senior secretary to the fire chief, said about 8:30 a.m. Firefighters from Thomaston , Litchfield and Waterbury are responding to the city to fight the fire or cover Torrington 's fire stations, she said.
Warrant details school shooting plans
An 18-year-old Torrington woman accused of plotting shootings at two Connecticut high schools, including Danbury's, idolized the two teens who carried out a deadly 1999 school shooting in Colorado and believed that copying their crime would make her famous.
Litchfield Saltwater Grille a premier seafood and chop house
Pan-fried Idaho trout is served with saffron rice at The Litchfield Saltwater Grille in Litchfield.
A trooper was scheduled to be back on duty at Troop A in Southbury on Monday night after new Public Safety Commissioner Dora Schriro restored around-the-clock staffing at several State Police barracks that had been closed overnight and weekends for nearly two years.
Harriet Beecher Stowe helped open the eyes of the North to the evils of slavery
Born on June 14, 1811 in Litchfield, Connecticut, Harriet Elizabeth Beecher was the daughter of Presbyterian minister Lyman Beecher and his first wife, Roxanne Foote.
Connecticut's Haight-Brown Vineyard on the Market
Haight-Brown Vineyard holds the title of the first and oldest vineyard in the state, Connecticut Magazine reports .
The Hartford Courant
Reader Submitted: Connecticut Sar Marks 125th Anniversary April 5,...
On March 27, 1889, Major John C. Kinney, an editor of the Hartford Courant, inserted a notice in that paper, inviting interested parties to join him on April 2 at the State Capitol Building, to form a society of men with Revolutionary War ancestors.
WBDC Offers Complimentary Film Screening in Seymour CT
The Women's Business Development Council will host a showing of the documentary film "Sweet Dreams" at The Strand Theatre in Seymour on April 9th at 6PM.