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Police Investigate Fatal Shooting in Hartford
A man was shot and killed in Hartford's North End early Monday morning.It is the city's 16th homicide of the year.Police responded to Garden Street around 2 a.m. and found a 28-year-old man suffering from multiple gunshot wounds in a parking lot. He was pronounced dead a short time later.The man's i
Hartford man found with 84 bags of suspected heroin
EAST HARTFORD — Police arrested a Hartford man after he was found intoxicated on Main Street and in possession of 84 bags of suspected heroin, police said.Ricardo Otero, 41, was charged with sale of a narcotic substance, possession of a controlled substance, and possession with intent to sell a narc
MGM SPRINGFIELD: A look inside MGM Springfield, Massachusetts' first resort casino
Boston 25 News got an inside look at MGM Springfield, the state's first resort casino, located in the heart of Springfield.
Hartford police investigating Garden Street homicide
According to Hartford police, officers responded to Garden Street on a report of a shooting around 2:00 a.m. Upon arrival, police located a 28-year-old man outside of a home with gunshot wounds.
Man ID in early morning Hartford deadly shooting
Police said Randolph Paidama, 28, died after being shot, and left behind 572 Garden Street.
South Windsor Public Schools Hiring For Several Jobs
SOUTH WINDSOR, CT - The new school years will soon begin and there are still several available jobs the local school district is looking to fill. It's important to note, that these positions are either vacant and or mandated by the state or federal government.
The Bristol Press - Newington man charged in Southington sexual assault
Richard Hancock, 44, has been accused of sexually and physically assaulting the victim at a Southington residence on Dec. 6, police said Monday. He was charged Aug. 10 with first-degree sexual assault, third-degree assault and disorderly conduct.
Torrington welcomes new restaurant to Main Street
A year of planning along with extensive and complete renovation of the space at 73 and 75 Main St., transformed the space into the 829 Restaurant and Lounge. Named in honor of the Dominican Republic, the culinary experience includes tastes of the Caribbean as well as an ample selection of traditiona
Sneak peek inside MGM Springfield: Take a tour of the casino, hotel and restaurants set to open Friday (photos, video)
Hundreds of construction workers inside and outside the $960 million complex were putting the final touches on the three-block, 14.5-acre resort, which opens Friday at 11 a.m. They were joined by hundreds of uniformed casino workers who were getting on-site training ranging from dealing cards to car
West Springfield police looking to identify 'suspicious person' seen at playground
(West Springfield Police Department)WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) - West Springfield police are looking to identify a suspicious person they say was acting irrationally at a children's playground.According to West Springfield police, the man was seen at the children's playground near the baseball d
Woman overdosing on heroin drives to Troop C for help
State police said the woman, identified only as a 39-year-old Tolland resident, drove to the barracks around 9:45 a.m. and told a dispatcher that she believed she was overdosing. Troopers then went out to the Troop C lobby and found her apparently passed out, slumped against a wall, and suffering fr
Tornado-inspired sculpture greets new casino's visitors
SPRINGFIELD, MASS.- When visitors to the new MGM Springfield casino soon enter its hotel lobby, they will be greeted by a large, state-of-the-art sculpture that wraps around the interior of the building's entrance.
Car Goes Over Guardrail, Lands Near Busy West Hartford Road
Emergency crews responded after 6 p.m. across from the Shops at Corbin’s Corner in West Hartford to a blue SUV lying on its passenger side. West Hartford firefighters, police, and ambulances blocked the right lane of New Britain Ave. allowing first responders to get to work, using the jaws of life t
Traffic stop turns into weapons arrests in Hartford
According toHartfordpolice, officers were conducting routine patrols in the north end of the city around 9:50 p.m., when they saw a car run through a stop sign. Police stopped the vehicle, and in the course of the stop, officers found the driver and passenger both in possession of guns, one of which
Sign Up Now to Participate in West Hartford's Annual Park Road Parade - We-Ha | West Hartford News
The Park Road Association invites the West Hartford community to sign up now for the 20th Park Road Parade which will be held on Saturday, Oct.6, 2018, at 10:30 a.m.
Motor vehicle stop leads to stolen firearm charges in Hartford
According to officials, around 7:40 p.m., units were conducting patrols in the south district of the city.
Torrington grease fire damages kitchen
TORRINGTON — A grease fire damaged the kitchen of an East Elm Street home on Saturday evening.Torrington Fire Battalion Chief Patrick Doyle said the kitchen cabinets were burned in the second-floor of the multi-family home. The home also suffered smoke damage.No one was injured in the fire, which st
Chicopee, Holyoke police rescue woman from Connecticut River
CHICOPEE, Mass. (WWLP) - A woman was rescued from the Connecticut River Saturday night.According to Chicopee Police Officer Mike Wilk, Chicopee police received a call from a woman around 10:30 p.m. Saturday night.The officers tracked her phone to the area of the Holyoke bridge and train tracks. Whe
Police: Man charged with cashing fake court bond refund checks
VERNON — A New Britain man is facing accusations that he cashed a fake bond refund check from the local Superior Court earlier this year, and state police believe he may be just one of several people recruited into an extensive scheme to defraud the court of thousands of dollars.Michael Cruz, 32, wa
Review of 'Social Security' at CT Cabaret Theatre
Berlin, CT - Connecticut Cabaret Theatre continues its season withSOCIAL SECURITY, a comedy by Andrew Bergman. The play was produced and directed by CCT owner Kris McMurray, who mentioned during his curtain speech that patrons had been calling for tickets to a show they referred to as "Oy vey." He a