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  • Republicans Have Good Shot At Governor's Office, If ...

    Republicans Have Good Shot At Governor's Office, If ...
    Republicans could squander a golden opportunity to reclaim the governor's office unless they present a compelling, moderate vision to the hundreds of thousands of unaffiliated voters who will decide this year's election. Anything is possible when the...
  • Three Years On Top Through Innovation

     Three Years On Top Through Innovation
    At William Raveis Real Estate, Mortgage & Insurance, employee cubicles are rapidly being replaced by shared workspaces. Computers of all sorts — laptops and tablets — are being added, and digital networks are being ramped up for speed and...
  • Lawmakers OK Sale Of Remaining Norwich State Hospital Land

    Lawmakers OK Sale Of Remaining Norwich State Hospital Land
    With its decaying walls and ceilings, Gothic Revival architecture and history as a hospital for the mentally ill, Norwich State Hospital has inspired rumors of ghosts and the occult. Now the site is slated to serve as a new home for an entertainment...
  • Agents Are Online And On Board

    Agents Are Online And On Board
    At William Raveis Real Estate, Mortgage & Insurance, social media and other digital tools are in heavy use, helping agents with organization and promotion and improving the firm's success in the market and their employees' satisfaction. The Shelton-based...
  • Crime & Punishment: Groton Man Tries To Fake His Own Death After Impregnating Mistress

    Crime & Punishment: Groton Man Tries To Fake His Own Death After Impregnating Mistress
    Connecticut's Most Awful Landlord: Three residents of Sunwood Condominiums in Shelton were concerned about potential liability after a roofer fell to his death from the top of their building last February. Officials had twice halted the renovation because...
  • $50 Million For New Sandy Hook School, Mixed Martial Arts Pass In Legislature's Final Hours

    $50 Million For New Sandy Hook School, Mixed Martial Arts Pass In Legislature's Final Hours
    Legislators scrambled Wednesday to finish their work on the final day of the 2013 session – granting final approval for more than $2 billion in bond projects, allowing police to withhold crime-scene photographs of murder victims, and legalizing...
  • Food Network Star Tyler Anderson Will Help Kick Off Big Red For the Arts Event in Hartford

    Food Network Star Tyler Anderson Will Help Kick Off Big Red For the Arts Event in Hartford
    Big Red ForThe Arts Feb. 6, The Society Room of Hartford, 31 Pratt St., Hartford, letsgoarts.org, $175 for VIP Tasting and Entrance, $100 for General Entrance ($375 for a group of four)   If you've ever wanted to taste from a wide-ranging spectrum...
  • Agency that polices doctors to slash staff

    Agency that polices doctors to slash staff
    The state agency charged with protecting patients in Illinois says it plans to lay off most of its medical regulators next week, a move officials say will drastically affect their ability to license and discipline physicians. The Illinois Department of...
  • Stolen History: Metal Thieves Swipe Connecticut's Plaques, Pipes, Landmarks and Statues

    Stolen History: Metal Thieves Swipe Connecticut's Plaques, Pipes, Landmarks and Statues
    Connecticut has a whole lot of history, and a surprising amount of it is being ripped off and melted down for quick cash by thieves and unscrupulous scrap dealers. The plague of thefts of metal plaques, statues, and fittings from historical monuments,...
  • 'It's A Police Thing' — Nearby Cops Move In, Give Newtown Officers Christmas Off

    'It's A Police Thing' — Nearby Cops Move In, Give Newtown Officers Christmas Off
    From around the world, condolences and offers of support have washed tragedy-ravaged Newtown, Connecticut, with wave after wave of sympathy from people trying somehow, some way, to reach out, to help, to comfort. On Christmas Day, thanks to a grassroots...
  • Chicago ophthalmologist indicted, allegedly stole from employee pension plan

    Chicago ophthalmologist indicted, allegedly stole from employee pension plan
    A Chicago ophthalmologist who was the focus of a 2009 Tribune watchdog story was indicted by a federal grand jury this month on charges he defrauded his employees' pension benefit plan of more than $180,000. In a five-count indictment, Dr. Nicholas...