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  • Connecticut's Small Dairy Farmers Unsure Of Impact Of Farm Bill

    Connecticut's Small Dairy Farmers Unsure Of Impact Of Farm Bill
    It's a classic congressional cluster flop. You've got partisan political clashes; regional conflicts; huge subsidies; lobbying cash; industries fractured by disputes; House and Senate rivalries; government gridlock. And it's all about food. And money....
  • Vice President General Manager

    POSITION:      VP/General Manager       DEPARTMENT:      Administration     REPORTS TO:      President, Broadcast Media  ROLE:  GActs as General Manager of WTIC/WCCT – TV responsible for the strategic and operational leadership of the...
  • Connecticut Failing To Monitor Pesticide Use

    Connecticut Failing To Monitor Pesticide Use
    Sitting in dusty file cabinets at Connecticut's environmental agency are tens of thousands of reports by licensed landscapers, lawn-care professionals and farmers about how much pesticide they are putting down each year. No one is reading them. No one...
  • Accountant

    WTIC/WCCT - TV POSITION DESCRIPTION POSITION: Accountant DATE: 5/2/11 DEPARTMENT: Finance REPORTS TO: Controller ROLE: This position is responsible for assisting in the general accounting functions relating to the WTIC-TV/WCCT-TV business unit as...
  • Malloy Orders Layoffs Today; No Deal Reached With Unions

    Malloy Orders Layoffs Today; No Deal Reached With Unions
    Despite numerous hours of talks over the past two months, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy ordered layoff notices to start going out Tuesday because no deal has been reached between his administration and the state employee unions. Malloy had been warning workers...
  • After the Uprising, the Mondawmin Career Center gets back to work

    After the Uprising, the Mondawmin Career Center gets back to work
    Two of the primary cries among those protesting police brutality in Baltimore are “no justice, no peace” and “we need jobs.” Justice, though complex, imperfect, and sometimes heartbreaking, is the easy part. Jobs are harder....
  • Patriot Coal files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection

    Patriot Coal Corp. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Tuesday for the second time in three years and said it is involved in active negotiations for the sale of the company. The company made the filing in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern...
  • An economist shows how an overgrown finance industry poisons society

    An economist shows how an overgrown finance industry poisons society
    Whether or when a financial sector can grow so big it interferes with society's health has been a burning question since the crash of 2008 and the Great Recession that followed. It's rare for a leading economist, especially one from deep inside the...
  • Why homebuyers face a tough spring

    Eager to buy your first home this spring? Already own, but want to trade up? Be warned: there'll be plenty of competition Bidding wars have broken out in hot real-estate markets like Denver and Los Angeles, where there aren't enough houses to meet...
  • Aurora to save more than $2 million by refinancing water and sewer bonds

    Aurora to save more than $2 million by refinancing water and sewer bonds
    The city of Aurora will refinance a 2006 water and sewer bond issue and save about $2.6 million. Aldermen this week approved refunding the original bond issue of about $28.4 million. City Finance Director Brian Caputo said the city got three bids...
  • Murky mess at Illinois Capitol as higher stakes loom

    Murky mess at Illinois Capitol as higher stakes loom
    Gov. Bruce Rauner on Thursday admitted he's not sure his plan to cut government worker pension costs is legal and suggested legislators may need to pass a bunch of laws to see what sticks. Rauner also indicated he's "taken a number of things off the...