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Four U.S. senators and health officials from the cities hosting theWorld Series are urging the baseball players union to agree to a ban on chewing tobacco at games and on camera. The senators, including No. 2 Democrat Dick Durbin of Illinois, and...
Frank Ruocco, one of Connecticut’s most controversial state contractors, was found not guilty Friday of federal charges that included wire fraud, conspiracy, money laundering and obstruction of justice. The jury in Bridgeport federal court returned...
Towns Seething On 7th Night Without Power; CL&P Pledges 99 Percent Restoration By Sunday Night; Some Town Officials Simply Don't Believe ItAs mayors and first selectmen were seething Friday on the seventh night without power for many homeowners in their towns, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy ordered an independent review of the response by state electric companies to a freak pre-Halloween storm that...
The Hartford CourantThe ranks of line crews at Connecticut Light & Power Co. are so thin that it's not unusual for workers to be on call eight out of 13 weekends, especially during the summer vacation season, a longtime line worker said. "It puts a lot of pressure on your...
Of those homeowners across the country who successfully underwent loan modification, 23 percent continue to face legal troubles, according to a new survey by the Connecticut Fair Housing Center. Despite making payments on time, many have found...
The Hartford CourantOne year ago, Enfield police Officer William Vieweg was standing beside a golf cart outside Hartford Distributors Inc. looking at what he thought was a dead man in the driver's seat. Vieweg had been working a regional truck enforcement detail nearby...
Connecticut was the only state in the union to move uniformly to the left after the 2010 elections. While other states rushed to elect Tea Party-backed Republicans, we sent liberal Democrats to the House. Richard Blumenthal beat billionaire Linda McMahon,...
The Senate Judiciary Committee approved a measure to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act last week. It was a party-line vote in favor of sending a bill called The Respect for Marriage Act to the Senate and House. Ten Democrats voted for it; eight...
The Hartford CourantBenjamin Quinones was fired March 24 from his high-paying state job as a lieutenant on the police force at the state mental hospital in Middletown after an internal investigation concluded that he had put in for 528 overtime hours that he didn't work. Now...
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