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The site was discovered when the state Department of Transportation began a bridge construction project.

The Hartford Courant filed a federal First Amendment lawsuit Wednesday to overturn a new state law that the newspaper says violates the speech and open government rights of the press and public by closing courtrooms and keeping records secret when some teenagers are charged with the most serious felonies.

The UConn men made a lot of mistakes and lost a season-making opportunity against Indiana, but are still showing growth. Going forward, they need more from their bench, fewer mistakes from their veteran guards, and a little relief for center Josh Carlton. Takeaways from the Jimmy V Classic

A lawsuit by nine families of victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings against the company that made the gun used in the massacre will go to trial in September of 2021.

Trying to stick to a budget this holiday season but still want to make sure everyone on your list feels special? When you start tallying up your gift list, it can quickly add up. Some recipients have refined tastes and high expectations, so it can be stressful-- and expensive-- to find gifts that impress.

Seven years later, some young people in Newtown, still struggling with the trauma, are emerging as new voices for school safety and gun violence prevention.

The UConn Board of Trustees Wednesday unanimously approved a five-year plan that will increase tuition at the university for 23.3% over the next five years for in-state students.

An attorney defending the city of Hartford in a sexual harassment lawsuit initially failed to turn over hundreds of text messages between Hartford city councilman Thomas “TJ” Clarke II and the former council aide making the complaint, according to new court records.

It’s not an exaggeration to say that our community is in mourning. We feel a deeper and more personal connection to the broadcasters who come from our neighborhoods and speak to us directly. We feel as if we know them as real people.

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Send off 2019 in style with an exceptional meal and a glass (or bottle) of champagne.

Adult parties, family fun, theater, music and more make for a joyous season.

Keep up on the latest restaurant, retail and other business openings in the Greater Hartford area.

Food and drink news and events around Connecticut.

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