Body Found In River IdentifiedPolice in Middletown have released the name of the person whose body was found Tuesday in the Connecticut River.
Man Accused Of Throwing Infant Off Bridge Rejects Plea DealA 22-year-old Connecticut man accused of throwing his 7-month-old son off the Arrigoni Bridge in Middletown last summer has rejected a plea deal with prosecutors.
Body Found In RiverTwo people fishing made the discovery
Middlefield Teacher Accused Of Hitting Student In HeadA teacher at the Independent Day School in Middlefield is charged with risk of injury to a minor and second-degree breach of peace for allegedly striking a 13-year-old female student in the head, so hard that she went to the floor.
Connecticut Veterans Park To Receive Artifacts From Sept. 11A Connecticut veterans park will be receiving some of the last remaining artifacts from the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center.
Middletown Police: Thieves Target Unlocked VehiclesMiddletown police say thieves stole one vehicle, tried to steal three others and rummaged through two more-- all in a span of just over two hours Tuesday morning in the Westlake Drive area.
Police: Windsor Man Attacked Officer In Escape Attempt
New State Police Commander Rose Swiftly Through RanksThe new commander of Connecticut State Police is a 22-year veteran of the force, attorney and marathon runner whose ascent to the top was a steady and sometimes swift climb through the ranks.
Driver and Vehicle Sought In Fatal Hit & RunVictim struck at her mailbox
Top Painting Lessons For Adults In ConnecticutAs the lovable Bob Ross once said “I believe every day is a good day when you paint.” Grab your creativity and paint brushes and let’s go paint the town red…and blue and green and yellow. Here are the top places for painting lessons for adults in Connecticut.
Breeders Charged With Animal Cruelty Released On $10K BondA Connecticut couple that was arrested after authorities seized more than 130 animals from their property has been released on $10,000 bond.
Reward Offered In Disappearance Of Middletown WomanMiddletown police say a reward of up to $20,000 has been authorized in the disappearance of Nina Coe.

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