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The Town of Trumbull has learned that no one likes Michael Bolton, and the lesson is going to cost them. The town signed the soft-rock singer (best known to anyone under 30 as a punchline in the movie Office Space) to perform at its annual town-...
Connecticut's biggest airports seem to be stuck in a strange and frustrating limbo. Lots of local and state folks see them as potentially high-flying engines of economic prosperity, but they never quite achieve lift-off. Bradley International Airport...
The Hartford CourantNothing quite says summer more than topping off a hazy afternoon spent at the beach with some cold drinks, a cheesy, crispy pizza and some tunes by Jimmy Buffett. Mango's Wood-Fired Pizza Co., located in the tourist destination of Olde Mistick Village...
San Bernardino, Stockton, and Mammoth Lakes, California. West Haven, East Haven and Jewett City, Connecticut. What they all have in common are ugly and apparently cure-resistant financial troubles. What sets them apart — at least so far — is...
Luis Cotto is ending his career as an upstart urban politician in Connecticut. For the past five years, representing the Working Families Party on the Hartford City Council, Cotto got down and dirty with everything from trying to stop racial profiling by...
Tags: Immigration, Joe Lieberman, Luis E. Cotto, Racism, Politics
Tropical Storm Irene hammered the houses in the low-lying Cosey Beach area of East Haven last August. Now, according to town officials, most of those homes are being rebuilt. This is understandable. But is it wise? Residents of Cosey Beach Avenue are...
The Hartford CourantBy PETER MARTEKA,email@example.com With Memorial Day – the unofficial start of summer - finally upon us after an Ice Age-like winter and a soggy, cloudy spring, Long Island Sound may be the hot destination this weekend. But with water...
Tags: East Lyme, Travel, Gardens and Parks, Groton, Middletown
The Hartford CourantAs a federal judge set a January 2013 trial date for four East Haven police officers charged with civil rights violations, the prosecutor Thursday expressed reservations about turning over witness lists to the defense because fellow officers are on it....
Tags: Trials, Justice System, Prosecution, Litigation, Lawyers
The Hartford CourantDealing with immigration law is primarily a federal issue, but over the past 10 years local police departments have issued 14 tickets under an obscure state statute that prohibits businesses from employing someone who is in the country illegally. Half of...
The Hartford CourantThey were known as "Miller's boys," a small group of East Haven officers on the 4-to-midnight shift arrested Tuesday following a long federal investigation and charged with terrorizing Latinos who dared enter the town's borders. Federal authorities...
The Hartford CourantIf a hurricane is downgraded to a tropical storm before it hits Connecticut, property-casualty insurers could not apply higher, so-called "hurricane deductibles" under a new bill that unanimously passed the state House Wednesday. The legislation also...
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