Three years after Maurice Sendak’s death, his western Connecticut hometown of Ridgefield is pursuing a museum honoring the author of “Where the Wild Things Are.”
Waterbury has observed Memorial Day by honoring the city’s first soldier who was killed in World War II.
Milford police have arrested a volunteer for a group that advises the city on technology matters on charges he stole 50 iMac computers.
A New Britain woman has been sentenced to 25 years in prison after pleading guilty under the Alford doctrine, acknowleging there was enough evidence to convict her in a 2009 robbery-murder.
University of Connecticut linebacker Sio Moore has been added to the roster for Saturday’s Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama.
A babysitter accused of taking a 2-year-old girl to a late-night pool party and setting off a statewide Silver Alert in Connecticut has been arrested on a child-endangerment charge.
Avery Johnson has been fired as coach of the Brooklyn Nets, who have lost 10 of 13 games to drop to .500.
A federal court jury in Hartford has found a Pennsylvania man guilty of credit card fraid and identity theft in a scheme involving movie theaters in Connecticut.
A federal judge in Connecticut has sentenced a Florida man to 22 years in prison for participating in what authorities say was a multi-state identity theft scheme in which he and another man targeted purses in cars.
A Florida man faces sentencing in Hartford this week for participating in what federal authorities say was an extensive identity theft scheme in which he and another man targeted purses in cars.