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An advocacy organization for people with disabilities has released a report alleging a Massachusetts school for children and young adults with psychiatric issues has failed to prevent and properly respond to student suicide attempts
A Connecticut couple whose two young sons were temporarily taken away by the state 16 years ago over a doctor's disputed abuse opinion has lost a bid to reinstate a lawsuit against the state child welfare agency
A plan for 100 Boston police officers to wear body cameras was praised by civil rights advocates as a step toward greater accountability amid a national outcry over police killings of black men in other cities
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Ledyard police and emergency personnel responded at about 8 p.m. Saturday to a Gales Ferry house, where a caller said that the boy had been pulled from an in-ground pool and that someone had started CPR.
Mayor Michael Passero plans to appoint a 7-member veterans advisory committee in the coming weeks – a move to help veterans and their families navigate the system of local, state and federal services and transition into civilian life.
The City Council Monday approved a zoning regulation change that would allow the developer hoping to revive a defunct hotel project on Route 82 to obtain an extension of the existing permit without needing to apply for entirely new planning...
Many people in a scenic Oregon mountain town are reeling after a man who worked in law enforcement was accused of killing a woman, kidnapping another and taking her to California to carry out other crimes