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  • Blumenthal: Limit How Much Utility Customers Pay Toward Executive Salaries

    Attorney General Richard Blumenthal urged state officials Tuesday to again consider limiting how much ratepayer money can be used to pay salaries of public utility executives. Blumenthal said utility customers contributed millions of dollars toward...
  • NU To Build Electric Car Charging Stations In Connecticut

    Berlin-based Northeast Utilities announced plans today to build New England's first network of charging stations for electric cars in Connecticut and Massachusetts over the next two years. Two NU subsidiaries, Connecticut Light & Power Co. and Western...
  • Ticket Effort Starts; Saving Whalers The Goal

    A Hartford Whalers season ticket sales campaign has become a referendum on the team's future and began Tuesday with a difficult request: Forget the candidate's record. Gov. John G. Rowland and Lt. Gov. Jodi Rell brought corporate leaders -- and, in a...
  • Ice Storm Of November 2002

    Much of northwestern Connecticut was slowly recovering electric power today after enduring more than 24 hours huddled around portable heaters, battery-powered radios and candlelight. Some towns in the Litchfield hills, rocked by a storm that coated...
  • Blizzard of March 1993

    Businesses opened late, major shopping malls didn't open at all and the Whalers hockey game was postponed Sunday as Connecticut tried to dig out from a March blizzard that left two dead, dozens injured and 8 to 21 inches of snow. Despite the intensity of...
  • Winter Storm Of December 1996

    About 121,000 households and businesses were still without power early today from the powerful weekend snowstorm that slammed Connecticut. Some areas of the state could remain dark until Wednesday. A heavy blanket of snow snapped trees and pulled down...
  • Sealing Off The Chills, Chopping Heating Bills

    Almost every home has tiny crevices where warm air escapes. So once it's time to turn the heat up -- and that season is here -- it pays to help keep it in your house. Energy experts said there are a number of steps homeowners can take to prevent heat...
  • Gifts To The State: Question Of Propriety governor's Residence Gets Corporate Boost

    Since John G. Rowland became governor last year, businesses have donated more than $600,000 for improvements and furnishings at the state-owned residence in Hartford where he lives. In addition, corporate supporters raised enough money in two weeks in...