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A former Marine sergeant who underwent a double arm transplant at a Boston hospital says the best part about having arms again is that he can hold his fiancee's hand and pursue his dream of becoming a chef
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A Brooklyn federal judge has ruled that a Syosset health care business will have to face a discrimination trial for allegedly forcing workers to pray, chant and participate in spiritual interpersonal workshops known as "Onionhead" and "Harnessing...
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Groton Town police announced early Wednesday morning that they had charged a juvenile with first-degree assault in connection with a shooting Sunday outside the 99 Restaurant that injured a 17-year-old.
State Sen. Len Fasano on Wednesday urged Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to remove DCF Commissioner Joette Katz, after an investigation found department employees failed to protect a toddler who nearly starved to death in a Groton foster home.
Alwyn Christy of Glastonbury, who said he is the former chief executive officer of a private security and risk-mitigation company in eastern Africa, emerged as the high bidder for the city-owned property at an auction Wednesday at City Hall.
A committee of town officials and board members have been meeting for months to reboot the renovation project at the town’s municipal complex, which was built more than 50 years ago and includes offices, the town’s transfer station and...
This summer, when Sally Harold and Stephen Gephard snorkeled the section of the east branch of the Eightmile River off Salem Road, they found fall fish, trout, American eels and longnose dace — all species that favor cool, free-flowing...