Attorney Morton Katz, 99, recalls just one client assigned to him as a special public defender who made an issue of his age.
Victoria Kozar, like many students, met one of her best friends while in college.
Roberto Alvarado has lived with the label of convicted killer for almost two decades.
Officials from across the nation are checking out a Connecticut prison program that can serve as a model for treating young adult offenders.
The University of Connecticut is reviewing plans by a Republican student group to bring in a well-known conservative speaker, two months after a speech by another right-wing pundit led to the arrests of him and a protester.
A former Roman Catholic monk has filed a federal lawsuit against cosmetics giant L’Oreal, accusing the company of stealing patented technology in an anti-aging wrinkle cream that his Massachusetts charity was selling to raise money for the poor.
Anna Ciacciarella put color-coded tape on all the desk lamps, mattress pads, notebooks and other dorm-room items as she and her three siblings prepared to move from the family home in Naugatuck to Quinnipiac University.
Nearly 500 children showed up in a driving rain to swim, bicycle and run in a youth triathlon, the finale of a summer fitness program founded by the family of a boy killed in the Sandy Hook shootings.
A more than century-old coal-fired steamboat has returned to Mystic River after a more than two-year restoration project.
A housekeeper who’s secured sanctuary inside a Connecticut church says she’s comfortable being a symbol in the push to change immigration laws.