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  • Cities and Towns Feel Short-Changed by Proposed budget

    Cutbacks, layoffs, and higher taxes. If you live in Connecticut these days, that dark cloud hovers above all of us. Connecticut cities and towns forecast a storm of financial woes in the coming months if the state doesn't come up with a better budget...
  • Parade to Celebrate UConn's Undefeated Season

     Huskies feted at state Capitol after 6th title Eds: UPDATES throughout; ADDS byline. Moving on general news and sports services. AP Photo CTFB103, CTFB104, CTFB101, CTFB102 By PAT EATON-ROBB Associated Press Writer       HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) -...
  • Governor Rell: Two Fairfield Univ. Students Probable for Swine Flu

    Governor Jodi Rell's office announced the illnesses of two Fairfield University students are "probable" swine flu cases. There are three other cases under investigation and none have yet been confirmed as being Swine Flu. Two cases in East Haddam were...
  • Hospitals Say Swine Flu "Rush" Slowing Down

         Connecticut hospitals are reporting a decline in the number of people seeking help for possible for flu-like symptoms.  After a conference call with 31 hospitals and community health centers around The State, the group composed of high ranking...
  • Local Health Officals Declare Their Own Emergency

         With a possible pandemic Flu at hand, public health officials from around The State say now is not the time to cut State funding to local health departments.  They say, if The Swine flu comes back in the fall with a serious punch, they may not have...
  • Rell's Proposed Health, Education Cuts Criticized By Connecticut Voices For Children

    The governor's proposed cuts to state health and education programs would weaken two "leading areas of progress" in the state economy, according to a study released Tuesday by the advocacy group Connecticut Voices for Children. While the state has...
  • House Passes Machine Gun Ban For Children

    HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - The Connecticut House of Representatives has given final legislative approval to a bill that bars anyone from providing a child under 16 with a machine gun, including for target practice. The bill passed the House 139-0. It already...
  • Connecticut court allows gays to wed

    The Connecticut Supreme Court on Friday gave gay and lesbian couples the right to marry, ruling that civil unions relegate them to a "separate" and "inferior status" that falls short of full equality. "We therefore agree with the plaintiffs that...
  • State Identifies 22 New Cases of H1N1

    HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - The Connecticut Department of Public Health is confirming 22 new cases of swine flu, bringing the state's total to 81. Gov. M. Jodi Rell says none of the 81 people required hospitalization, and all have recovered or are recovering....
  • House Resurrects Health Care Bill

    HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - After a seven-hour debate, Connecticut's House of Representatives has passed legislation that opens up the state's health insurance plan to municipalities, small businesses and nonprofit agencies. The bill passed on a mostly...
  • NU Reaches Agreement To Bring Hydro Power To Connecticut

    Berlin-based Northeast Utilities and a Massachusetts utility have received approval from federal energy regulators to spend $1 billion to build a high-voltage power line to a hydroelectric plant in Quebec, allowing the export of 1,200 megawatts of "clean"...