| Mar 27, 2008
Nursing homes would have 10 months to comply with new staffing standards that would more than double the minimum hours of nursing care per resident now required by state law, under a plan presented Wednesday by Democratic legislative leaders.
| Oct 6, 2008
| 4:30 PM
Jim Maiella at Cablevision adds in a news release: "The debates will also be available to Cablevision???s iO TV digital cable customers on News 12 Interactive, channel 612, after their initial airing. And since the debates on News 12 Interactive......
| Dec 18, 2009
| 9:27 AM
A Connecticut woman who police said left the scene of a fatal hit and run was arrested and charged Thursday after turning herself in.
Police say Karissa McFaline, 21, was traveling in the northbound lane of 4th Avenue in the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn...
| Mar 18, 2009
The $165 million AIG bonus flap that has caused outrage around the nation has its roots in a provision of Connecticut labor law that political leaders say needs to be changed.
The embattled insurance giant, which has received about $170 billion in...
| Mar 25, 2010
When John Barricelli was growing up, his Aunt Vera had a cheesecake recipe hanging on the wall of her Forest Hills, N.Y., kitchen.
"I can make that," Barricelli recalls thinking to himself when he was about 13. "I kept reading it over and over again. It'...
| Apr 24, 2010
| 11:09 AM
HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: After Hampton, in Middlesex, England.
ORIGINS: Settled in the early 1700s as a parish known as Windham Village or Kennedy Parish. Hampton was incorporated in 1786 from parts of Brooklyn, Canterbury, Mansfield, Pomfret and Windham....
| Sep 29, 2002
On the night of Sept. 9, 1834, Prudence Crandall, her new husband and some of her black female students were inside her school in the village of Canterbury when they heard loud voices outside and then banging on the doors. They heard glass being smashed...