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  • State Announces Enforcement Action Against Out-Of-State Firms

    State officials announced Friday that the government has collected $1.6 million in penalties from 312 out-of-state companies that did not register to do business in Connecticut. Secretary of State Denise Merrill said when companies don't register it...
  • Cinco disparados fuera de un Club Nocturno en Stamford el domingo por la mañana

    Cinco disparados fuera de un Club Nocturno en Stamford el domingo por la mañana
    Cuatro hombres y una mujer fueron disparados tras un altercado afuera de una discoteca local el domingo temprano. La policía dijo que fueron alertados de un tiroteo en el área del Club nocturno Tino, 84 West Park Place, alrededor de las 1:30am y llegó a...
  • Q&A With Celeste Bonin, former WWE Divas Champion Kaitlyn

    Q&A With Celeste Bonin, former WWE Divas Champion Kaitlyn
    Celeste Bonin, formerly known as Kaitlyn in WWE, is making an appearance at Maryland Championship Wrestling's Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup 14 on Saturday night in Joppa. I had a chance to talk to her about her departure from the WWE in January, her...
  • Boxers In Connecticut Hall of Fame

    Boxers with state ties in the Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame. 2013 ISRAEL "PITO" CARDONA: Cardona, a Hartford native, turned to pro boxing at the age of 18, winning his pro debut in 1993. He won the International Boxing Organization super...
  • Gertrude Noone: Once The World's Oldest Living Military Veteran

    Gertrude Noone: Once The World's Oldest Living Military Veteran
    Gertrude Noone was the world's oldest living military veteran when she died in 2009 at age 110 in Milford. But it's not how long she lived, but how she lived that makes her memorable. Noone, by all accounts, marched to the beat of a different drummer...
  • State Soldiers Were First To Receive Honor Now Known As The Purple Heart

    State Soldiers Were First To Receive Honor Now Known As The Purple Heart
    Three Connecticut soldiers — Daniel Bissell, Daniel Brown and Elijah Churchill — are not really household names in the state despite their feats of Revolutionary War heroism: mounting daring raids behind British lines, facing enemy fire in...
  • Mental Crisis Training For Police Welcome

    Police frequently come into contact with people with mental illnesses. Occasionally those interactions end badly, out of misunderstanding — such as last fall's Capitol police shooting of Miriam Care. The unarmed dental hygienist from Stamford may...
  • Mental Illness Shouldn't Be Kept In Closet

    Mental Illness Shouldn't Be Kept In Closet
    How special it is when celebrity athletes use their gifts to "win" at causes other than sports. Royce White is a collegiate-turned-professional basketball player. Like many outstanding college players, White gained national attention in high school,...
  • Controversial Judge, Suspended In 2009 After Racially Charged Rant, Seeks Reappointment

     Controversial Judge, Suspended In 2009 After Racially Charged Rant, Seeks Reappointment
    Superior Court Judge E. Curtissa R. Cofield — who in recent years has served two disciplinary suspensions, one for 240 days after hurling racially charged taunts at a black state trooper during her October 2008 drunken-driving arrest — has...
  • Hopeful But Wary: Will Promising Signs For Home Construction Fizzle Once Again?

    Hopeful But Wary: Will Promising Signs For Home Construction Fizzle Once Again?
    PLAINVILLE — Home builder Johnny Carrier savors the nail gun's staccato tap-tap as two workers finish piecing together two-by-fours at Samuel's Crossing near the Plainville-Farmington line. Carpenters hoist up the wall frame for the colonial,...
  • Domestic Violence Requires Police Vigilance

    Almost exactly 30 years ago, Tracey Thurman successfully sued Torrington after local police officers failed to respond to her pleas for help in keeping her safe from her estranged husband. Now, the estate of Tiana Notice was awarded a $10 million judgment...