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  • October 16 – October 22

    Wednesday, October 18 Meteor sighting Acura of Berlin Lord and Taylor job openings Nordstrom job openings Macy’s job openings Tuesday, October 17 Winterfest Hartford Career Openings at Aer Lingus  Womens Expo Connecticut Sex Offender Registry Monday, October 16 Free Flu Clinics Dad Runs 22 Marathons

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  • Ask the Attorney: Medical reimbursement

      Ask the Atty, I Broke my leg in an accident and just got a letter from my health insurance stating they wanna get reimbursed if I get a settlement from the guy who hit me. It doesn’t seem fair since me and my employer pay the premiums. Do I have to reimburse them? How much? What can they do to me if I don’t? The guy that hit me only has a $50,000 policy. I might be left with […]

  • Anne Frank Halloween costume pulled from online store after uproar

    NEW YORK — A popular online Halloween costume company pulled a controversial Anne Frank costume after days of criticism according to Fox News. It was called the “Anne Frank costume for girls” and HalloweenCostumes.com was selling. It was featuring a long sleeve blue dress, a brown shoulder bag, and a green beret. The company had described Anne Frank as a World War II hero and an inspiration, adding that “we can always learn from the struggles of history”. The popular […]

  • October: Domestic Violence Awareness Month

    October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a critical time to spread the word about the help that is available to survivors. Domestic violence is a pattern of coercive, controlling behavior that can include physical abuse, emotional or psychological abuse, sexual abuse, financial abuse, and technological abuse. It is a pervasive, life-threatening crime that affects thousands of individuals in Connecticut regardless of age, gender, economic status, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or education. Victims are left feeling scared, confused, dependent and […]

  • Artist who placed urinating dog statue near ‘Fearless Girl’ struck by train: report

    MANHATTAN – The man who was hit and killed by a subway train has been identified as the artist who placed a statue of a urinating dog next to the Wall Street’s “Fearless Girl” statue. Alex Gardega, 48, was struck by a downtown No. 6 train at 77th street on Oct. 12 according to WPIX.  The train’s motorman, James Munoz, told the Daily News the train was about 100 feet away from the station when the emergency brake kicked in. Munoz told […]

  • October 9 to October 16

    Sunday, October 15 Free coffee Friday at Cumberland Farms Friday, October 13 Amazon job openings ASML job openings Thursday, October 12 Top haunted houses in Connecticut Wednesday, October 11 Amazon For Teens Tuesday, October 10 Shelter Tales Contest Flood cars Monday, October 9 CT Lottery Power Cruise  

  • 91-year-old killed, 100-year-old woman injured in violent home invasion

    NEW YORK — A violent home invasion left a 91-year-old man dead and his 100-year-old wife injured after they were tied up and robbed inside their Brooklyn home Wednesday afternoon, according to WPIX. Police responded to their 160 Decatur Street brownstone in Bedford-Stuyvesant around 3:30 p.m. after receiving a 911 call from the wife who had managed to free herself. Officers entered the home to find Waldiman Thompson, 91, tied up and unconscious on the floor. The home was ransacked […]

  • PD: Parents of missing 3-year-old who made her stand outside as punishment not cooperating

    RICHARDSON, Texas — The parents of a missing 3-year-old Texas girl are no longer cooperating with police according to FoxNews. The little girl’s father, Wesley Mathews, was arrested on child endangerment charges after he reported her missing Saturday. Investigators say 3-year-old Sherin Mathews was last seen by her father around 3 a.m. in Richardson, Texas, according to KXAS. Police say the girl’s father, 37-year-old Wesley Mathews, told detectives that he told Sherin to stand by a tree about 100 feet from the family’s home […]

  • NFL commissioner: ‘We need to move past this controversy’

    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says the league needs to “move past this controversy” over the National Anthem. In a letter to team executives that was obtained by CNNMoney, Goodell wrote that the dispute “is threatening to erode the unifying power of our game, and is now dividing us, and our players, from many fans across the country.” “Like many of our fans, we believe that everyone should stand for the National Anthem,” he wrote. “It is an important moment in […]