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  • State Officials Concerned Over Toxic Waste From Fracking

    State Officials Concerned Over Toxic Waste From Fracking
    Connecticut is betting big that natural gas will give us a cheaper and cleaner energy future than fuels like oil and coal. The problem with that wager could turn on how we're going to handle fracking and the hundreds of millions of gallons of toxic waste it produces.
  • The Stan Simpson Show: Texas Taking Connecticut Jobs, Food Addiction

    In the first segment, Peter Goia, an economist with the Connecticut Business and Industry Association. and Greg Bordonaro, editor of the Hartford Business Journal, share their perspectives on Connecticut’s stagnant economy and Texas Gov. Rick Perry&...

    What's The Matter With Connecticut?

    What's The Matter With Connecticut?
    A funny-sad back-and-forth appeared in the pages of The Hartford Courant last month. It started when one Christopher Edge wrote into the letters section to say he had had it and was moving out in a brief tirade entitled "Farewell, Connecticut." More...

    Hartford Schools: On First Day, Ready For Changes

    Hartford Schools: On First Day, Ready For Changes
    HARTFORD — Milner Principal Karen Lott stood beside former Mayor Thirman Milner, the school's namesake, as they welcomed back students and parents on Tuesday's first day of classes. "There are a lot of changes that have happened," Lott told them,...

    Northwestern Connecticut College Creates Manufacturing Degree Program

    Northwestern Connecticut Community College in Winsted this fall will become the latest state school to offer a degree in manufacturing. The associate's degree program was made possible by a $200,000 grant from the National Science Foundation. Students...