Police Lt. Jonathan Ley, a veteran officer who was sidelined for eight months in 2013 after a despondent man shot him, will retire next month and head for the Killingly Police Department, police confirmed this week.
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A proposal to downgrade the chronic disease hospital at the state Department of Veterans' Affairs Rocky Hill campus to a skilled nursing facility has some worried about the potential impact to patient care and the possible displacement of patients.
A new report calls on Connecticut to provide benefits to veterans with other than honorable discharges who also experienced post-traumatic stress disorder, a traumatic brain injury or sexual trauma during their military service.
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Police say a man approached a young woman from behind at a public library in the Boston suburbs and stabbed her repeatedly with a hunting knife, killing her and injuring an elderly man who came to her aid.