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Historic District Lots On The Market In Simsbury

SIMSBURY, CT — A parcel in an historic district is for sale in Simsbury. See the details below:. Features: Build your dream home on this beautiful meadow with tree lined scenic road frontage. This idyllic lot is located in East Weatogue's desirable Historic District and is within walking distance to

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Boys basketball: East Catholic still riding high atop state rankings as Classical enters area top ten

It doesn’t seem like the East Catholic boys basketball team is taking its foot off the gas to close out the season, as it beat both No. 6 Windsor and No. 7 Manchester by more than 20 points in a span of 24 hours on Friday and Saturday night.

HARTFORD COURANT

After car crash in Hartford, police seize drugs and arrest passenger

Hartford police are looking for the driver who fled after a car wreck on Sunday evening. Officers recovered a large amount of cash and drugs in the vehicle, and arrested the passenger, police said.

HARTFORD COURANT

Readington Police charge Connecticut man with marijuana possession

READINGTON TWP. - Sgt. Christopher Heycock observed Jason Calzone, 31, of Bridgeport, Conn., traveling on Route 202 north at about 12:49 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16, with his seat belt off, police said.

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Federal tax cuts push Connecticut banks’ earnings to record levels

Connecticut banks are rolling in dough, courtesy of Uncle Sam. One year after President Donald Trump enacted the largest corporate tax cut in modern U.S. history, this state's 40 federally insured lenders during the first nine months of 2018 earned a collective $887 million after taxes — an apparent

HARTFORD BUSINESS

PD: New Britain man arrested with heroin, stolen gun in Hartford

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) - A New Britain man was arrested in Hartford after police say they found a stolen gun and heroin in his vehicle on Sunday. Police say that at around 7:22 p.m., detectives observed a group of people congregating around a vehicle that was parked in a lot at 186 Westland Street.

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Connecticut finds plug for $1.5B December tax drain

After the December enactment of a new Connecticut law forcing online vendors to remit sales taxes for merchandise sold by other individuals and entities using their websites, the state registered a 34 percent increase in sales tax collections compared to December 2017.

WESTPORT NEWS

One Dead, Two Injured in Shooting Outside Hartford Nightclub

Hartford police are investigating a fatal shooting early Sunday morning. According to police, three people were shot outside of Vibez Uptown, 3155 Main St. around 1:45 a.m. Police say 28-year-old Jakari Lewis, of Hartford, was shot and killed.

NECN

Popular Berlin Store To Close After 140 Years In Business

BERLIN, CT - Labieniec's pet supply store will close Feb. 28 after 140 years in business. The store's owners said that growing competition from big box stores and online shopping means they're unable to compete, according to the store's social media page.

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Crash closes southbound side of Route 15 in East Hartford

EAST HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) – Route 15 southbound in East Hartford is closed due to a crash. According to the Department of Transportation, the highway is closed between exits 90 and 86.

EYEWITNESS NEWS

Your Passport and Guide to Exploring Connecticut

Connecticut 169 Club: Your Passport and Guide to Exploring Connecticut Thursday, February 21st at 6:30pm. From the quaint splendor of the town of Kent in the northwest hills of Connecticut to the great restaurants that dot the shoreline of Westbrook, to New Britain's industrial roots, travel and his

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Payless bankruptcy just latest in blow to Connecticut’s retail market

Retailers can’t get a break in 2019. The list of chain stores crumbling within the e-commerce era is increasing yet again, with Payless ShoeSource preparing to file for bankruptcy this month.

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Champions Crowned At State Wrestling Class Meets

There was plenty of action and excitement Friday and Saturday at the CIAC state wrestling championships meets, held at four locations throughout the state. When all was said and done, two teams had won rather handily, while two others prevailed by the slimmest of margins.

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Simsbury Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead

SIMSBURY, CT — A quick heads up: Weather officials have issued a Winter Weather Advisory for your area, beginning Sunday at 10:00 pm and ending Monday at 4:00 pm. You can find more info from the National Weather Service here.

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3 hospitalized in West Hartford after carbon monoxide exposure

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) - Three people are recovering after being exposed to high levels of carbon monoxide in West Hartford over the weekend. Firefighters were called to North Main Street on Sunday morning for a report of soot in the building, which houses a business and a home.

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Connecticut joins lawsuit fighting Trump administration over border wall emergency declaration

Connecticut is joining a multi-state lawsuit against the Trump administration over the emergency declaration for border wall funding. State Attorney General William Tong confirmed to The Courant Monday that he and about a dozen of his blue-state counterparts are suing over President Donald Trump’s p

HARTFORD COURANT

Nolan will serve New London well in Hartford on Democratic team

A special election is being held on Feb. 26 to elect a state representative for the 39th District. I'm pleased that Anthony Nolan is running to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of Chris Soto.

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Bills introduced to change state law regarding mileage payments to legislators

Two southeastern Connecticut senators are proposing a bill so mileage payments won't count towards legislators' pensions and so legislators who carpool can't collect mileage for their trip to Hartford.

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Judge allows state, tribe to pursue claim against Interior

A judge has granted the state and the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe “a second bite at the apple,” ruling that they can pursue their claim that the U.S. Department of the Interior succumbed to “improper political influence” when the agency failed to approve the tribe’s amended gaming agreement with the s

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Accumulating snow over, next chance or winter weather comes Wednesday

HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) - While accumulating snow from Monday's storm may be finished, there may be more coming later in the week. A winter weather advisory remained in effect for northern Connecticut until 4 p.m. It's the reason Channel 3 declared an Early Warning Weather Alert.

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