Chris Getman’s days as “the keeper of Handsome Dan” have ended. After the August death of the 17th “Dan,” named Sherman, Getman, 75, decided it was time to let somebody else train and house the next bulldog.
As a Pinched Hartford tries to Relieve the Pressure, Proposed Fixes Could Ripple Out Across the State
What is the relationship of Connecticut’s cities with the rest of the state? How important is their financial health to the rest of the state? Do suburban communities have a responsibility to the cities at the center of our regions?
The city is asking voters for $1.6 million to turn the state's oldest castle into a walled garden. Not everyone likes the idea.
For the past 20 years or so, Dave Peters and his wife, Barbara, have been showing astonished visitors the Peters Rail Road Museum, a stuffed-to-the-rafters wonderland in the basement of their Wallingford home.
Edwin Hoyt was executed on May 13, 1880, but it wasn’t the last time his eyes would open or air would pass through his lungs.
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