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  • It's Good To See History Making Headlines

    You wouldn't ordinarily think there's a connection between the abolition of slavery and the beginnings of powered aviation, but news stories over the past year suggest a parallel. The link has nothing to do with actual occurrences and everything to do...
  • Malloy Says Democrats Will Agree To Tax Deal

    Malloy Says Democrats Will Agree To Tax Deal
    HARTFORD — After scorching criticism from major corporations for three weeks, the state's sales tax on computer and data processing services will remain at the current level of 1 percent. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy made the announcement Wednesday after...
  • UConn Board Approves $1.3 Billion Budget

    UConn Board Approves $1.3 Billion Budget
    STORRS — Without a word of public discussion, the UConn Board of Trustees Wednesday approved a $1.3 billion budget for Storrs and its satellite campuses. The budget is $28.2 million less than the university says is needed to operate without...
  • Connecticut surgery centers worried about tax proposal

    Operators of surgery centers across Connecticut are working to persuade state lawmakers to scrap a new tax in the Democratic budget they claim will prompt some facilities to close. The centers provide colonoscopies, cataract removal and other...
  • Surgery Centers Worried About Tax Proposal

    HARTFORD (AP) - Operators of surgery centers across Connecticut are working to persuade state lawmakers to scrap a new tax in the Democratic budget they claim will prompt some facilities to close. The centers provide colonoscopies, cataract removal and...
  • Democrats working on late changes to Connecticut budget

    Democratic legislators said Tuesday they're meeting with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration daily to come up with a package of last-minute changes to the two-year $40.3 billion state budget that prompted an outcry from some major Connecticut...
  • People Matter, Say Demonstrators At State Capitol

    People Matter, Say Demonstrators At State Capitol
    HARTFORD—Donning purple stickers and buttons that read “#PeopleMatter,” more than one hundred health and human services providers, clients, and advocates descended on the Capitol building Tuesday, calling again for the General Assembly...
  • Ads by Florida, Indiana spook Connecticut business groups

    Connecticut business groups continued to put pressure on state lawmakers Monday to roll back proposed tax increases, pointing out how states are actively trying to take advantage of the situation and lure away businesses. The state of Florida is now...
  • Recent editorials published in Indiana newspapers

    South Bend Tribune. June 18, 2015. Addressing an unspoken danger The recent deaths of two teenage brothers in Granger is proof that prescription drug abuse is an issue that has no bounds; it can touch any family with tragic consequences. Nineteen-year-...
  • Connecticut's unpopular car tax poised for changes in 2016

    For decades, state lawmakers have tried unsuccessfully to eliminate or at least fix Connecticut's unpopular local car tax, criticized as unfair because the same vehicle can be taxed at wildly different rates depending on where the owner lives. There's...
  • New Pastor Of South Carolina Church Has Hartford Ties

    New Pastor Of South Carolina Church Has Hartford Ties
    Thirty years ago, Norvel Goff Sr., the man appointed to lead Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C., in the wake of Wednesday's massacre, lived in Hartford, and was elected to the Hartford City Council. He was president of the Hartford NAACP and pastor at...