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  • Kleen Energy Plant's General Contractor Has Solid Reputation, Past Controversy

    Kleen Energy Plant's General Contractor Has Solid Reputation, Past Controversy
    O&G Industries, the general contractor for the Kleen Energy plant that exploded Sunday, is no stranger to sensitive projects, or to controversy, despite a strong reputation in the business. The 87-year old politically connected construction firm based in...
  • Embraer Closes Jet Maintenance Center At Bradley Airport Months After Opening

    Embraer Closes Jet Maintenance Center At Bradley Airport Months After Opening
    When the Brazilian aircraft maker Embraer broke ground on a $10 million executive jet service center at Bradley International Airport in July 2007, the future looked bright for the corporate aircraft industry. That year and the next delivered on their...
  • Fly High At The New England Air Museum

    Fly through the pages of history at the New England Air Museum in Windsor Locks. With the Military Exhibit Hangar, the B-29 Hangar, the Civilian Exhibit Hangar, and the "Dreamseeker" ride, aviation enthusiasts of all ages will take off into the clouds at...
  • Just Minutes Before Blaze Police Confirm Man Was Inside Own Home Near Time That It Burned

    William A. Beckerman, arrested Thursday on charges that he torched his home last month, was in the house at 27 The Crossways as little as four minutes before the first call to 911 was logged, police said. When questioned by police later that day,...
  • Full Body Scanners Coming To Armstrong International Airport

    Full Body Scanners Coming To Armstrong International Airport
    Whether you like it or not full body scanners are coming to Louis Armstrong International Airport. ABC26 News Reporter Vanessa Bolano has details. The Department of Homeland Security is getting fancy when it comes to keeping you safe. They say Advanced...
  • Snowstorm Of February 2003

    All things considered, it could have been worse. The record-setting snowstorm that rumbled into Connecticut Monday choked roads, stranded travelers at airports and closed malls, forcing many stores to cancel their Presidents' Day sales. But Monday's...
  • Blizzard of March 1993

    Businesses opened late, major shopping malls didn't open at all and the Whalers hockey game was postponed Sunday as Connecticut tried to dig out from a March blizzard that left two dead, dozens injured and 8 to 21 inches of snow. Despite the intensity of...
  • Charlie Company Marine's Death Leaves His Family Reaching For Meaning

    The photos on the coffee table are like puzzle pieces, a thick stack of 4-by-6-inch hints about the Jordan Pierson his family couldn't know. There's one that shows the street that runs past the main cemetery in Fallujah, Iraq. Next, the view from the...
  • Guilty: Former Governor Enters Plea, Ends Long Struggle

    Facing the likelihood of indictment in January, former Gov. John G. Rowland ended months of resistance Thursday and pleaded guilty to a single conspiracy charge in a deal with federal prosecutors that is expected to send him to prison. Rowland, 47, a...
  • Rowland's Troubles Began Two Years Ago With Subpoena Delivered To His Office About State Contract With Tomasso

    The beginning of the end of Gov. John G. Rowland's administration came on Nov. 12, 2002, when a subpoena from federal authorities arrived at his office seeking reams of records involving his former co-chief of staff, Peter N. Ellef. Federal authorities...
  • A Deadly Ambush: Ex-Trooper Kills Wife, Himself; Injured Lawyer In Stable Condition

    Michael Bochicchio Jr. pulled into the city parking lot behind the courthouse shortly before 9 a.m. Wednesday.     He parked his Dodge Caravan nose-out, so he could watch the lot entrance, and armed with a semiautomatic handgun, he waited.     At 9...