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  • Noose Found At Uconn Health Construction Site

    Noose Found At Uconn Health Construction Site
    FARMINGTON (AP) — University of Connecticut police are investigating the discovery of a noose inside a construction site at the UConn Health Center in Farmington. Turner Construction, which is working on a new patient care tower at John Dempsey...
  • Malloy: 'Way Too Early' To Talk About Using Rainy Day Fund

    Faced with a growing budget deficit, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Thursday that it is "way too early'' to talk about using the state's Rainy Day Fund to plug this year's budget gap. The state is now facing a projected deficit of nearly $173 million for...
  • Comptroller: State Deficit Increases To Nearly $173 Million

    Comptroller: State Deficit Increases To Nearly $173 Million
    HARTFORD – In bad fiscal news for Connecticut, the comptroller said Wednesday that the state's budget deficit has increased to nearly $173 million because of worse-than-expected collection of taxes and federal grants. Comptroller Kevin Lembo...
  • Water Floods Labs At UConn Health Center

    Water Floods Labs At UConn Health Center
    FARMINGTON — A valve snapped during construction at the UConn Health Center early Tuesday, sending close to 100 gallons of water into two labs and down a stairwell, a spokeswoman said. No one was injured, and patient care areas were not affected,...
  • How Does State Lose Metal Detectors, Body Armor?

    How Does State Lose Metal Detectors, Body Armor?
    It happens. A company-issued phone gets buried under papers and thrown out by mistake. A company laptop gets lifted at a coffee shop. But how do three state-owned walk-through metal detectors go missing? The metal detectors were among nearly $5...
  • Guns, Medicine, Body Armor, Hospital Beds: State Property Loss Nears $5 Million In 4 Years

    Guns, Medicine, Body Armor, Hospital Beds: State Property Loss Nears $5 Million In 4 Years
    When two nurses in the UConn Health Center's Department of Dermatology walked into a utility room one morning last summer, they noticed the refrigerator was unplugged. But it wasn't milk that spoiled or ice cream that melted in the 14 hours...
  • With Bond Sale Imminent, State Maintains Its Ratings

    HARTFORD — Despite a difficult financial climate, the state has maintained its bond rating from three major agencies, officials said Monday. The state's budget director, Ben Barnes, hailed the retention of the ratings for general obligation bonds...
  • Extraordinary Life: Scholar, Scientist, And Serious Artist

    Extraordinary Life: Scholar, Scientist, And Serious Artist
    Felix Bronner was an urbane scholar and a pioneer in the study of ways calcium affects the body. He was intense, focused, and passionately interested in science as well as in the lives of his friends and colleagues. In his second career, he was a...
  • Advanced Air Purification Fertility Clinic Moves To Farmington

    Advanced Air Purification Fertility Clinic Moves To Farmington
    FARMINGTON — One of the country's few fertility clinics to use an advanced air purification system has opened in town. The Center for Advanced Reproductive Services, formerly located at UConn Health, recently opened on 2 Batterson Park Road....
  • Gas Leak, Evacuation At UConn Health Center

    Gas Leak, Evacuation At UConn Health Center
    FARMINGTON — A gas leak forced the evacuation of two buildings at the UConn Health Center Tuesday. No one was injured or sickened during the incident, which was reported shortly before 8:30 a.m., said spokesman Chris DeFrancesco. There were no...
  • Tuesday Temperatures Break Records

    Tuesday Temperatures Break Records
    Tuesday's temperatures plunged to depths never before recorded in Connecticut. It is the coldest morning in more than 100 years, FOX CT Meteorologist Joe Furey said. "You will know how good your [car] battery is this morning," he said on the FOX CT...