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When John Barricelli was growing up, his Aunt Vera had a cheesecake recipe hanging on the wall of her Forest Hills, N.Y., kitchen. "I can make that," Barricelli recalls thinking to himself when he was about 13. "I kept reading it over and over again. It'...
wpix.comA Connecticut woman who police said left the scene of a fatal hit and run was arrested and charged Thursday after turning herself in. Police say Karissa McFaline, 21, was traveling in the northbound lane of 4th Avenue in the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn...
Tags: Lower East Side, Bay Ridge, Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice, WPIX
Turn It UpVideo produced by Kevin Pang The Pitchfork Music Festival 2010 is in the books. Maybe it was the oppressive heat, but this was not a high-energy festival overall. Beach House singer Victoria Legrand put it best Sunday: "There are a......
Police have extradited a suspect in a triple slaying and charged him with felony murder. East Hartford officers picked up Horvil "Trix" Lebrick, 31, of Brooklyn, N.Y., at a Manhattan courthouse Tuesday morning and brought him to Connecticut, said Officer...
As Long Island has evolved from farmlands and horse carriages to housing developments and congested highways, one piece of infrastructure has stood the test of time - a straight line of train tracks cutting through the middle of the Island. It is the...
Tags: Flatbush, Long Island, Trips and Vacations, Greenpoint, Mineola
The Hartford CourantDid you know that buffalo meat is called "the original health food," with lower cholesterol than beef, chicken, and even turkey? Well, to get your own portion, or to see the "before" buffalo where they roam, visit the Creamery Brook Bison farm in...
By CLOE POISSON |>> Justine Burlock, 17, was diagnosed with cancer last year. After months of treatment, the cancer is in remission, although she still must undergo chemotherapy twice a month at Connecticut Children's Medical Center. If she remains cancer-free, her...
The Hartford CourantThe $165 million AIG bonus flap that has caused outrage around the nation has its roots in a provision of Connecticut labor law that political leaders say needs to be changed. The embattled insurance giant, which has received about $170 billion in...
Courant Staff WriterNursing homes would have 10 months to comply with new staffing standards that would more than double the minimum hours of nursing care per resident now required by state law, under a plan presented Wednesday by Democratic legislative leaders. The...
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - State legislators took a $300 million bite out of the state's budget deficit Monday night by passing a mid-year mitigation plan, but it won't be enough to mop up all of Connecticut's growing pool of red ink. Legislative leaders...
Tags: Laws, Finance, Republican Party, Justice System, John McKinney
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - State lawmakers on Wednesday opened the 2009 Connecticut legislative session, which promises to be one of the most difficult in recent memory given the state's worsening financial situation. They're facing state budget...
Tags: Laws, Republican Party, Elections, Justice System, M. Jodi Rell
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