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  • 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.
  • 6/28/1996: State Garbage Hauler Linked To Mob Cartel Indicted

    A New York businessman who in recent years has become a major player in the Connecticut garbage and recycling industries has been indicted by federal prosecutors on mob-related racketeering, extortion and tax conspiracy charges. Thomas Milo, 58, of...

    Ex-Probation Official Sued For Prison Costs

    The state filed a lawsuit against former Danielson Probation Officer Richard Straub Wednesday, seeking to recoup the cost of incarcerating him as he serves 15 years for sexually molesting young men and boys he was supervising. The lawsuit was filed after...

    Sex Assault Victims Named In Court Case

    Richard Straub, convicted of sexually assaulting 15 young men while serving as their probation officer, has filed for bankruptcy, naming them and 16 other possible victims as creditors in a bold legal maneuver aimed at protecting his state pension. The...

    Legislators Query McKenzie's Jobs Dual Roles Seen At Governor's Mansion

    ``Mama'' Jo McKenzie, gatekeeper of the governor's residence and close confidante of the first family, failed to appear at a public hearing Friday where legislators waited to ask her about her duties as an $84,000-a-year state employee. The governor's...