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Some are fascinated with 3-D printing. One man can't get it out of his head. An unidentified man had 75% of his skull replaced with a 3-D printed implant made by Oxford Performance Materials, a Connecticut company. The surgery this week was the first...
Top of the TicketWeiner doll is also available in an adults only version that claims to be anatomically correct to that doll, Rep. Anthony Weiner...
Dr. Mortimer D. Sackler, the psychiatrist who with his brothers bought a small pharmaceutical company and turned it into a major player in the industry by developing the powerful and controversial painkiller OxyContin, died March 24 in Gstaad,...
Times Staff WriterGovernment health officials investigating the anthrax attacks are facing growing criticism for making safety assurances that later were recanted and have ended up eroding the public trust. The controversy came to a head this week when officials from the...
Times Staff WriterTrace amounts of anthrax could have contaminated tens of thousands of letters mailed across the country that passed through a tainted New Jersey postal facility, a top federal health official said Monday. "There seems to be the potential for not just...
Portland Press Herald, MaineJoe Pastore has gotten off to a bumpy start in his second season racing on PASS North's Sportsman tour. On May 4, Pastore, who is from Gorham, looked like he had wrapped up his second win in as many starts this spring on the regional racing tour, but...
StatewideIt is often said that one person's junk is another person's treasure. Join us on Saturday, April 27, as the Connecticut State Grange hosts four Tag Sales in various locations across the state, with proceeds benefiting the Connecticut Food Bank. The...
For Connecticut's "locavores," the coming of spring means the return of outdoor farmers markets and farm stands and all the delightful "Connecticut Grown" veggies they have for sale. The problem is that some of those "Connecticut Grown" offerings may...
Tags: Farms, Agriculture, Nutrition, Consumers, Tomatoes
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said on Friday it will close 149 air traffic control towers – including six in Connecticut – beginning on April 7 to meet required automatic spending cuts. Another 40 towers previously slated for...
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Town by town, the dreaded Emerald Ash Borer advances through Connecticut's woodlands. Here's the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection's latest bulletin on the discovery of the pest in three more towns: The Connecticut Agricultural...
The Hartford CourantCongressman Joe Courtney recently wrote a letter to director Steven Spielberg insisting that he had made a mistake in his film "Lincoln": "I was on the edge of my seat during the roll call vote on the ratification of the 13th Amendment outlawing...
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