Posted Mar 01, 2012By riacomacci
Charles A. Lindbergh Jr. was kidnapped March 1, 1932, from his parents’ new home at Hopewell, N.J. On May 12, the body of the 19-month-old baby was found in a shallow grave five miles away. Four years later on April 3, 1936, Bruno Hauptman was executed for the crime.
The Connecticut State Police recognized first responders, investigators and support personnel who were involved in
Homecoming ceremony for the Amistad, which is back in New Haven Harbor after a long voyage. The boat will be in Lon
Historical postcards depicting popular summertime locales in New Haven, Conn. between 1930-1945
Workers place the Guilford Covenant stone into place at the intersection of Whitfield and Old Whitfield Roads. The
The town of Clinton, CT. celebrated it’s 350th anniversary on September 31st, 2013. Photos by Peter Casolino
(AP) — Proud liberal. Staunch foe of the Vietnam War. Decorated World War II bomber pilot. Three-time U.S. senato