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  • Thursday Jan 22 | via The Wilton Daily Voice 

    Thomas Raymond, 71, Of Wilton

    Raymond was born in New Britain to the late Sherwood and Grace Raymond. He worked at Pepperidge Farm for almost 30 years as a quality control manager and Regency Limousine in Wilton until his illness.


  • Wednesday Jan 21 | via Naugatuck Daily News 

    Obituary: Howard Michael Ward Sr.

    Mr. Howard Michael Ward, Sr., 67, of Naugatuck, died Saturday, Jan. 17, 2015 at his home. He was the husband of Frances Ann Ward.


  • Wednesday Jan 14 | via 

    Clint DeSena, 34: Grew-up in Southington, Taught in ...

    Clint James DeSena, 34, of Plainville, CT, beloved husband of Margaret DeSena, and father to infant daughter, Callie, passed away on Sunday, January 11 2015 at Amberwoods of Farmington after a courageous battle with cancer. Clint was born on March 15, 1980 in New Britain, CT to James and Carolyn DeSena.


  • Dec 30, 2014 | via The Hartford Courant 

    Warrant: New Britain Woman Charged With Infant's Dea...

    A 22-year-old woman who is facing a manslaughter charge in connection with the death of a friend's infant daughter told police she dropped the child and then fell on her while drunk at her friend's house, according to an arrest warrant unsealed Tuesday. Janell Campbell was arrested on Dec. 15, ten days after three-week-old Jaleah Jayde Quintero was brought to the hospital in cardiac arrest and suffering from what police called a "suspicious" head injury.


  • Dec 30, 2014 | via 

    70th Anniversary of Iwo Jima

    The ride is organized by the Iwo Jima Memorial Historical Foundation and Support Our Survivors of Iwo Jima. All proceeds from the ride go to the Maintenance Fund for the National Iwo Jima Memorial located on the New Britain - Newington Town line in Connecticut.


  • Dec 29, 2014 | via The Hartford Courant 

    Prosecutor: Police Force Appropriate In 2013 Inciden...

    Police officers were justified in using physical force as they tried to take into custody Seth Victor, described by investigators as a "physically enormous man who was in the midst of a bipolar psychotic episode" and who twice tried to wrest guns from officers, New Britain's chief prosecutor has determined. Victor, 40, died after a violent encounter with police on Sept.