UConn Huskies 6 hours ago

UConn Women Lose 2nd Straight Game for 1st Time Since 1993

UConn lost back-to-back games for the first time in three decades after the fourth-ranked Huskies were beaten 59-52 by Marquette on Wednesday night. The Huskies, who were playing three nights after an...

  • Bridgeport 10 hours ago

    Bridgeport Man Found Guilty of Killing Teen During 2017 Robbery

    A Bridgeport man has been found guilty of killing an 18-year-old teen during a robbery at the Green Homes Housing Project in 2017. The State’s Attorney said 23-year-old Jahmari Cooper was convicted of murder charges stemming from the shooting death of Jeri Kollock Jr. in October 2017. During the trial, evidence showed that Kollock was strippe...
  • connecticut childcare 10 hours ago

    Local Childcare Advocates Attends State of the Union Address

    Connecticut advocate for childcare Allyx Schiavone traveled to the nation’s capital Tuesday for President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address. “He made it clear we need to invest in our early care and education for the working families, it’s really now up to congress to act,” Allyx Schiavone, who is the executive director for Friends Center for ...
  • Hartford 11 hours ago

    Man Critically Injured in Hartford Shooting

    A man has critical injuries after a shooting on Congress Street in Hartford Wednesday evening. Police said they were called to a reported shooting in the area of 50 Congress St. just before 5 p.m. Responding officers found a man in his 50s suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. The man was taken to a nearby hospital with critical injuries, but&#82...
  • Hiring and recruitment 13 hours ago

    DEEP Looks to Hire Seasonal Staff Ahead of Warm Weather

    The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is looking to hire staff ahead of the spring and summer season. They’re looking for people who enjoy spending time outdoors, conserving and providing access to state parks and outdoor areas. Employees would make between $15 and $19 an hour and would work outdoors in areas such...
  • peter manfredonia 7 hours ago

    Peter Manfredonia Pleads Guilty After Allegedly Killing 2 People, Kidnapping Another in 2020

    A former University of Connecticut student has pleaded guilty to several charges Wednesday after allegedly killing two people and kidnapping a woman in 2020. Court officials said 26-year-old Peter Manfredonia pleaded guilty to a murder charge and will be sentenced on April 20. He also pleaded guilty to first-degree assault and home invasion charges...
  • Fairfield 14 hours ago

    Man Charged for Abusing, Killing Cat in Fairfield Has Been Arrested Again: Police

    Police have arrested a Fairfield man for a second time on animal abuse charges after allegedly killing another cat in October 2022. Police previously said the man was arrested for allegedly assaulting and abusing a cat, which ultimately died of its injuries. Authorities said 39-year-old Raymond Neuberger was re-arrested on Monday on new animal crue...
  • Ned Lamont 14 hours ago

    Read Governor Lamont's Budget Address

    Gov. Ned Lamont delivered his budget address to the General Assembly Wednesday. Here is his address for the budget for fiscal year 2024-2025, as prepared. The speech is called “Building Growth and Opportunity for All.” “Mr. President, Mr. Speaker, Senator Kelly, Representative Candelora, Lieutenant Governor Bysiewicz, members of the General A...
  • UConn 11 hours ago

    UConn Investigating Overnight Thefts at Residence Hall

    UConn is investigating several burglaries at a residence hall on campus after items were taken from rooms in the early morning hours. UConn said police were alerted on Monday about several incidents over a couple days. Residents of Buckley Hall, a residence hall in the first-year area, reported that someone went into rooms overnight, while resident...
  • Hartford 14 hours ago

    Suspect in Hit and-Run That Killed Trinity College Student Arrested

    Hartford police have arrested a man who is suspected in the crash in March that killed one Trinity College student and injured two others. The crash happened near the campus in Hartford on a Thursday night, March 31. Twenty-year-old Jillian Hegarty, of Saint Johnsbury, Vermont, died from injuries, a 19-year-old Trinity student was in critical condi...
  • meriden 11 hours ago

    Former Coach at Platt High School in Meriden Charged With Voyeurism

    A former diving coach for Platt High School in Meriden has been arrested and charged with voyeurism after a student reported that a cell phone was recording in a bathroom after practice. In January, the Special Crimes Unit started investigating after a student reported seeing a cellular phone recording in a bathroom while they were getting prepared...
  • USPS 15 hours ago

    Reward Being Offered for Info About Armed Robbery of USPS Letter Carrier in Waterbury

    A reward is being offered for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of whoever was involved in the armed robbery of a mail carrier in Waterbury last month. The United States Postal Service said the letter carrier was robbed around 5 p.m. on Jan. 31 in the 100 block of Beverly Avenue and was not injured. According to…

  • Connecticut business 17 hours ago

    Seven Bed Bath & Beyond Stores in CT to Close

    Bed Bath & Beyond said it will be closing 150 more stores as the home goods chain cuts costs as it works to stay afloat. The store closure list posted on the company’s website includes three more Connecticut stores, bringing the total to seven that will be closing. The company now said it plans to close stores in Guilford, Manchester…...
  • Nathan Carman 19 hours ago

    Fall Trial Planned for Man Charged With Killing Mom at Sea

    A federal judge in Vermont on Tuesday set an October trial for the former Middletown man who is charged with killing his mother at sea during a 2016 fishing trip off the coast of New England in what prosecutors said was a scheme to inherit millions of dollars. Nathan Carman, 29, of Vernon, Vermont, pleaded not guilty last year to…

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