Ex-POW From Simsbury To Travel With Obama To HiroshimaA Simsbury man held by Japan as a prisoner of war during World War II and forced to work in a copper mine has been invited to accompany President Barack Obama on his historic visit to Hiroshima this week, a U.S. veterans group said.
Planners Prefer Griswold Site For State Police Firing RangeState planners have announced that they are now focusing on a single eastern Connecticut site as the potential home for a new state police firing range.
Hiker Injured In Talcott Mountain FallMan had scaled shale cliffs near Heublein Tower
AAA Announces Roadside Assistance For BicyclesAAA has expanded its roadside assistance service in Connecticut, to cover bicycles.
Police ID Woman Killed In Avon Mountain CrashPolice Thursday identified the woman killed Wednesday in a crash on Route 44 over Avon Mountain in West Hartford.
Red Flag Warning TodayFire danger remains high across Connecticut today and the National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag warning until 8 o'clock this evening.
Top Outdoor Music Venues In ConnecticutWhen blue skies and starry nights set the tone for a musical experience, something special is in the air. Experience harmonious environments where the weather sets the stage, because the CT hills and valleys are alive with the sound of music.
Two Charged In Elderly ScamsA man and woman from Fort Lauderdale, Florida are facing charges after police say they alllegedly scammed elderly residents in two towns.
Simsbury Home Sustains Fire DamageSimsbury firefighters knocked down an early morning house fire that, along with the flames, saw them battle brutal weather conditions.
State Police Argue For New Gun RangeIn a hearing at the State capitol, State Police said a new rifle range is important for public safety, and the safety of troopers. But the location of the range is controversial.
Simsbury Police, FBI Near Scene Of Woman's MurderSimsbury police and the FBI are investigating near the area where a town woman was found stabbed to death nearly a year ago.
Woman Accused Of Hiring Hit Man To Kill Ex-husband Gets ProbationA Connecticut woman charged with hiring a hit man to kill her ex-husband during a child custody dispute has been sentenced to five years of probation in a plea deal.

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