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Connecticut man who failed to show for prison faces an extra 10 years
The U.S. attorney for Connecticut says 44-year-old Brian Page, of Guilford, pleaded guilty Tuesday to failure to surrender for service of a federal sentence.
Connecticut News: East Hartford Man, DANIEL VAZQUEZ Pleads Guilty to Federal Gun Charge | STL.News
Connecticut–John H. Durham, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, Mickey D. Leadingham, Special Agent in Charge, ATF Boston Field Division, and East Hartford Police Chief Scott M. Sansom announced that DANIEL VAZQUEZ, also known as “Chino,” 21, of East Hartford, pleaded guilty toda
What's Up With Connecticut's Election System?
And later, does Amazon’s split decision on an HQ2 tell us anything more about big-money deals to lure or keep jobs?
If you're really leaving Connecticut, just shut up and leave
Even so, such threats are cascading like student test scores because of the triumph of the Democratic Party in the recent state election, since it followed eight years of Democratic administration that even the party’s own candidate for governor called a disaster. Talk radio and newspaper letters co
Multiple Connecticut Buildings sells for $4.9 Million
Shelton, Conn. (November 13, 2018)– Investment sales brokerNortheast Private Client Grouphas announced the sale of three Connecticut buildings. Brad Balletto, VP investments, Taylor Perun, senior associate, Rich Edwards, investment associate, Jeff Wright, investment associate, and Rob Fiamengo, juni
Connecticut natives among California wildfire evacuees
WALLINGFORD -- Connecticut natives, now living in Malibu, are among those who have evacuated their homes because of the flames. The wildfire in Malibu has destroyed hundreds of homes and killed at least two people. Arielle Verinis of Woodbridge moved out to Malibu eleven years ago to follow her drea
Dan Haar: Connecticut Water merger reveals turf battle
Quietly over the last year, a coast-to-coast battle has unfolded over control of Clinton-based Connecticut Water Co. and its parent, Connecticut Water Service Inc. It comes to a head on Friday, as shareholders of CTWS (its ticker symbol and moniker) vote on a merger with the parent of the San Jose W
This Massive Yarn Barn In Connecticut Is A Dream Come True
Are you a fiber artist who loves knitting, crocheting, or spinning? Or do you just have a hankeringto learnone of these crafty skills? For classes, supplies, inspiration, and more visit this Connecticut yarn shop that just might be the most colorful place on the planet.
Connecticut marks 10 years of legal same-sex marriage
HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) - Ten years ago, same-sex marriage was legalized in Connecticut, making the state only the second in the national to do so. Monday, Gov. Dannel Malloy and Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman invited residents to commemorate the milestone. "Ten years later, I can't help but look back on the effo
Get stamped: explore the Connecticut Art Trail - The Boston Globe
When you think “passport” and “museums,” you might think “Europe” and “wicked expensive.” Then, sigh, “Maybe one day.”
Connecticut Food Bank needs 2,000 more turkeys
WALLINGFORD, Conn. (WTNH) - The Food Bank needs your help. They still need about 2,000turkeysto make sure everyone has one for next week.
Connecticut's Older Housing Stock A Lead-Poisoning Risk?
“In Connecticut, 73 percent of the homes were built before 1980,” said Kimberly Ploszaj, an epidemiologist with the state Department of Public Health. “Pretty much three out of four homes could contain lead paint.”
Connecticut Marks 10 Years Of Marriage Equality
“We would have in every town throughout all of Connecticut meetings with our local officials, our state reps, our senators, inviting them into our homes and have roundtables where individuals could talk about their life and why this affected them and what their lives were like. And I think what they
The Old Fashioned Christmas Walk In Connecticut You'll Want To Experience This Season
Lantern Light Tours will take place in 2018 on November 24, December 1, 8, 14-15, and 21-23 from 5 p.m. - 10 p.m. and November 23, 30, and December 7 from 5 p.m. - 8:45 p.m. Walks depart every 15 minutes throughout the evening.
Tuesday's Connecticut State Tournament Scoreboard
State tournament semifinals continued Tuesday, with 10 more teams qualifying for Championship Saturday with semifinal victories in field hockey and volleyball, and a pair of schools capturing class championships in girls swimming.
2K Classic: Scouting reports on Syracuse, Connecticut, Oregon, Iowa
Syracuse, N.Y. -- Syracuse's men's basketball team will travel to New York and Madison Square Garden this week to participate in the 2K Classic. The Tournament benefits the Wounded Warrior project. The Orange faces former Big East rival Connecticut in the first game of Thursday's double-header. The
Why Can’t You Buy Wine at Connecticut Supermarkets?
At grocery stores across Connecticut, you can buy beer with your food, but not wine. Those looking to cook with wine, pick up some bottles for a dinner party, or simply enjoy a glass during dinner have to make that purchase at a separate package store. But that’s not the case in most states.
Connecticut Department of Public Health to sponsor Lead Safety Awareness forum
DPH, along with the Commission on Women, Children, and Seniors and the Commission on Equity and Opportunity, will hold theLead Safety Awareness Forumand Day event from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm at the State Legislative Office Building in Hartford.
Aetna Medicare HMO Plans in Connecticut Awarded High-Quality Rating
HARTFORD, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aetna’s (NYSE: AET) Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug (MAPD) HMO plan serving the state of Connecticut (CT) has been awarded 4.5 stars (out of 5) by CMS for the 2019 Star Ratings. CMS’ Medicare Star Ratings rank the performance and quality of Medicare Advantage a
Connecticut adds another condition to medical marijuana treatment list
The state currently has 29,543 patients registered for the medical marijuana program and 1,000 physicians certified to recommend MMJ.