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Topic - Barbara
The longtime Republican leader in the Connecticut House of Representatives announced Wednesday he will not be seeking re-election and called his time in the General Assembly an "incredible opportunity" and thanked his colleagues for making him a better legislator and a better man.
A man suspected of calmly walking into a hospital's intensive care unit and shooting his wife in the head in what may have been a mercy killing appeared perplexed at the attempted murder charge against him when he stood before a judge Tuesday, asking whether his wife was indeed dead.
They got their start playing frat parties at Brown University and doing gigs at school dances and church gatherings in Newport. They covered Beatles songs on Bannister's Wharf, which was fitting enough. They hoped to be the next Fab Four: Bill, Bob, Barry and John.
Herron's widow, Barbara, says it made her sad to see the Baker landmark - billed as the "World's Largest Thermometer" - fall into disrepair in recent years.
"He cares more about helping you achieve your goal, almost more than him achieving his goal, because in his mind, that's what a leader is," she said.