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Without resupply, NYC to begin closing vaccine sites ThursdayNew York City will have to close vaccination sites after Thursday if it doesn't get a major resupply, Mayor Bill de Blasio said.

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Soldier arrested in plot to blow up NYC 9/11 MemorialA U.S. Army soldier was arrested Tuesday in Georgia on terrorism charges after he spoke online about plots to blow up New York City's 9/11 Memorial and other landmarks and attack U.S. soldiers in the Middle East, authorities said.

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New Haven students return for in-person learningStudents on Tuesday attended school in-person for the first time since March in New Haven, Connecticut, a district that until now has resisted calls to.

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Wild Brook Trout, All Over ConnecticutRecently I permanently relocated to Connecticut. Up to this point Connecticut was place I visited from NYC, being my wilderness away from city life.

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The One Place CT's Authors and Publishers Need to BeWe currently have over 140 active members and build our numbers every month. Here are a few reasons why.

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The Day / Connecticut College to host new social justice conference / News from southeastern ConnecticutConnecticut College will host a new virtual event next week, Elevate: The Inaugural Social Justice Conference, to further its mission of educating people.

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With limited supply, Lamont asks for patience on COVID vaccineNearly 1.4 million Connecticut residents will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations in the next two months under Phase 1B, but the weekly supply from the federal government is only 45,000 doses, prompting Gov.

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This $15 Million Connecticut Mansion Has a Bonkers 25-Car Underground GarageThese days, living in the 'burbs is more popular than ever. A home with acres of land in a quiet neighborhood certainly beats a sky-high penthouse in an overcrowded city when it comes to sheltering-in-place, anyway.

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Norwich Mom Credits COVID-19 With Helping to Save Son's LifeNicole Wilson said that her son could have died if he did not go to the emergency department days after testing positive for the novel coronavirus.

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Local Experts Weigh in on What Biden Needs To Say During Inaugural AddressIn less than 24 hours President-lect Joe Biden will be sworn into office as the 46th president of the United States but in what could be the most important speech of Biden’s career what does he need to say?

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A€˜Bone Finder' Assists Police in Jennifer Dulos InvestigationMore than a year and a half after a New Canaan mother of five disappeared, police were back investigating at a Farmington home once connected to her estranged husband.

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Lamont: 'I don't want to build Killingly' Energy CenterGov. Ned Lamont on Tuesday said the words out loud more straightforward than he ever has: "I don't want to build Killingly." He was referring to the now five-year battle waged by environmentalists and others against building the proposed Killingly Energy Center.

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As Students Return in New Haven, Parent Looks for Asthma AnswersAfter being home for nearly a year, pre-K through fifth-grade students made their way back to school across New Haven.

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State Rep. Scanlon proposes tax cut for parents in ConnecticutSean Scanlon proposed creating a 'Connecticut Child Tax Credit.'

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Confusion Over Vaccine Priorities GrowsHARTFORD, CT  The state of Connecticut has administered nearly 221,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, but demand still outpaces supply and there's confusion over who is qualified to...

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Jumping for friendship in GrotonFriends Hank Stahlberg and Trenor Morse were jumping into the sand at Groton Long Point's Main Beach on Tuesday.

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Police Union Wants Changes To Use Of Force Language In Police Accountability LawSome are looking at the 2021 legislative session in Connecticut as an opportunity to turn back major police reform adopted in the state last year in the wake of George Floyd's killing by a Minneapolis police officer.

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Quality Counts 2021: Educational Opportunities and Performance in ConnecticutThis Quality Counts 2021 Highlights Report captures all the data you need to assess your state's performance on key educational outcomes.

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Governor Lamont Provides Update on Connecticut's Coronavirus Response EffortsAs the State of Connecticut continues taking actions in response to the global spread of coronavirus disease , Governor Ned Lamont provided the following updates as of 5:00 p.m.

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Ending collective bargaining is one way Connecticut can recover its fiscal healthThe Republican-American has published many editorials regarding Connecticuts fiscal condition, its budget, underlying conditions, and the lack of leadership in the governors office an...

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Expected New Revenue May Zero Out Connecticut Deficit Without Raising TaxesConnecticut Governor Ned Lamont and state lawmakers would have enough revenue to balance the state's next budget without raising taxes.

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Advocates call for closure of Northern Correctional, reinvestment in community supportsAbout a decade ago, Sen. Gary Winfield went on a tour of Northern Correctional Institution, the most secure prison in the state.

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Coronavirus Latest: New Haven Resumes In-Person ClassesHere's the latest on the coronavirus outbreak in the region: Students in New Haven, Connecticut, have returned to in-person schooling this week for the.

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Community Policing in New LondonThe New London Public Safety Policy Review Committee has suggested the formation of a civilian police review board and the creation of a police commission, The Day reports.

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Snow Showers Could Cause Slick Roads Wednesday MorningA period of snow showers could make roads a little slippery on Wednesday morning. The snow will move through the state overnight and into the early morning...

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Democratic Lawmaker Floats Idea of Child Tax CreditRaising a child in Connecticut costs about $15,000 a year but one lawmaker is hoping to make it a little easier for about 1 million Connecticut taxpayers by offering a state-based child tax credit.

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Tributes Pour In for Famed Connecticut Tort Lawyer Richard Bieder, Who Died Jan. 16Connecticut attorney Richard Bieder, known for representing victims of state and national disasters, has died.

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Expected New Revenue May Zero Out Connecticut Deficit Without Raising TaxesConnecticut Governor Ned Lamont and state lawmakers would have enough revenue to balance the state's next budget without raising taxes.

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Leagues scramble to set winter schedules amid many unknownsThe Connecticut Technical Conference will likely have its schedule for boys and girls basketball finalized and released by Wednesday.

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Connecticut assisted suicide bill would not safeguard against coercion, opponents sayHartford, Conn., Jan 19, 2021 / 02:01 pm MT. - Disability advocates criticized a Connecticut assisted suicide bill for failing to safeguard against coercion and for promoting the idea that the terminally ill are a burden on their caregivers.

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Bridgeport Advocates Push Connecticut For Flavored Tobacco BanAdvocates and lawmakers in Bridgeport, Connecticut, want the state to ban the sale of flavored tobacco products.

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Blumenthal Discusses An Eventful Week In The Nation's CapitolU.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal from Connecticut says it will be an eventful week in Washington D.C. with the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden on Wednesday — as well as the pending impeachment trial of outgoing President Donald Trump in the Senate.

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CT COVID-19 Update: 4 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 19Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont is scheduled to provide a briefing on the latest regarding COVID-19 and other topics today at 4 p.m.

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Bridgeport Advocates Push Connecticut For Flavored Tobacco BanAdvocates and lawmakers in Bridgeport, Connecticut, want the state to ban the sale of flavored tobacco products.

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CT city employee fined for hosting maskless birthday bashA Connecticut city worker has been fined $500 for hosting a blowout birthday bash jam-packed with mask-free merrymakers, police said.

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Calls To Close Supermax Grow As Legislative Session Gets UnderwaySOMERS, CT  Advocates for people in Connecticut prisons called Tuesday for the closure of Northern Correctional Institution in Somers and the redirection of its operating budget towards programs...

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Here Are The New COVID-19 Rules For Universities Reopening In Connecticut and Long IslandUniversities across the country are reopening for the spring semester following sending students home after Thanksgiving in response to skyrocketing COVID-19 infection rates.

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Connecticut State Police search home possibly linked Jennifer Dulos' disappearanceConnecticut State Police are once again searching a home possibly linked to the disappearance of Jennifer Dulos.

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Norwalk's Silvermine school on remote learning until Jan. 25The school is the first to go remote due to COVID exposure since the start of the new...

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Man Dies After Crash on I-95 in North StoningtonA man has died after a crash on Interstate 95 in North Stonington Monday. State police have identified the man who died as 39-year-old Ryan Peter Poland, of...

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State Says Fewer Hartford Students In Integrated SchoolsThe percentage of Hartford students in racially integrated schools dropped significantly this academic year amid the challenge of the COVID pandemic and a major change in the operation of the regional school choice lottery, according to figures provided by the state Department of Education.

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Tommy Hilfiger Sells Connecticut Estate for $45 millionFamed designer Tommy Hilfiger's ex-wife has also listed a large property nearby, for $40 million.

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Gov. Lamont to Give Update on COVID-19 in Conn. at 4 P.M.Governor Ned Lamont is set to give an update about coronavirus cases in Connecticut and the state's response to the virus on Tuesday.

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'Hard thing to do:' Organizers cancel St. Patrick's parade in Greenwich due to COVID-19Due to safety concerns and limits on attendance, the St. Patrick's Day Parade will not...

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How Girl Scouts of Connecticut Adapted Amid PandemicThe Girls Scouts of Connecticut has adapted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Melissa Perkins, the chief marketing and revenue officer for Girl Scouts of...

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Students Return to CCSU CampusStudents are heading back to campus at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain. They will have to quarantine and the school requires two negative...

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Newtown AD Matthew Memoli joins the showNewtown AD Matthew Memoli joins the show to talk about the how it has been being an AD during the COVID-19 year.

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Dozens of Returning UConn Students Test Positive for COVID-19COVID-19 testing of UConn students returning to campus for the spring semester has found 76 positive cases, according to the university.

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Connecticut Water floats 28% rate hike for commercial usersConnecticut customers would face average rate hikes of $18 a month under a proposal submitted to state regulators, the company announced Friday.

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Connecticut adopts tiered approach for COVID-19 vaccinationsWithout nearly enough COVID-19 vaccines arriving for everyone eligible to receive them, Connecticut will prioritize its oldest residents for the first shots, Gov.

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Certified Public Accountants Recognize Outstanding Connecticut Women Advancing ProfessionSeven women in the accounting profession are being honored this week by the Connecticut Society of CPA's , the second year that the organization has shined a spotlight on women making their mark in leadership and management in private firms, large corporations or non-profit organizations in Connecticut.

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As Seniors Begin To Get Vaccinated, Bridgeport Is Down A Health DirectorBrian Lockhart - Reporter covering Bridgeport for the Connecticut Post and Hearst Connecticut newspapers Nora Duncan - State director for AARP Connecticut Dr. Deidre Gifford - Acting Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Public Health and Commissioner of Department of Social Services.

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Connecticut Assisted Suicide Bill Would Not Safeguard Against Coercion, Opponents SayVarious assisted suicide bills have been proposed in the state starting in 2013, though none have been passed into law.

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Harvest Bakery in Bristol Closed Today After Car Crashes Into BuildingThe Harvest Bakery in Bristol is closed today after a car crashed into the building, according to a post on the bakery's Facebook page.

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Ivy Rehab Expands Aetna Partnership, Becomes In-Network Provider in ConnecticutWHITE PLAINS, N.Y., Jan. 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -  Ivy Rehab Physical Therapy , a national leader in outpatient musculoskeletal rehabilitative services, is proud to announce that as of January 11th, it is now an in-network provider with Aetna Health Plans in Connecticut.

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State Police Return to Farmington Home Tied to Fotis DulosState police are at a property on Mountain Spring Road in Farmington once owned by Fotis Dulos' Fore Group, Inc.

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Cross Insurance Partners with Connecticut's Daigle and Travers InsuranceCross Insurance, a subsidiary of Cross Financial Corp., based in Bangor, Maine, and an independent insurance provider in New England, has partnered with Daigle and Travers Insurance of Fairfield County, Conn.

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Connecticut's new tax commissioner analyzing tax implications for remote workers during pandemicAs the state's new tax commissioner, Mark Boughton is already analyzing one of the hottest new issues facing his office: the tax implications for thousands of New Yorkers who have crossed into Connecticut during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Security measures to continue at Connecticut Capitol complex through inauguration WednesdayThe Connecticut National Guard and area law enforcement will continue to stand guard at the state Capitol complex in Hartford Wednesday as authorities across the country brace for possible protests related to the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden and the formal end of Donald Trump's presidency.

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New York Flight Boosts Connecticut DemandRelocations from the city are catalyzing leasing activity in the suburban economic hub of Stamford, according to developers.

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Can New Yorkers Get COVID Vaccines in Connecticut or New Jersey?With demand for the COVID-19 vaccine surpassing supply, some people are getting creative in finding a way to get immunized.

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Tracking COVID Data: Hospitalizations and Your Town's Infection RateState public health officials say 166 of Connecticut's 169 towns are now at the highest alert level for COVID-19.

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Connecticut leaders hope for bipartisanship from President-elect BidenConnecticut leaders say they're hoping that the Democrats and Republicans will be able to come together to get things done once President-elect Joe Biden is inaugurated Wednesday.

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State Rep. Scanlon proposes tax cut for parents in ConnecticutSean Scanlon proposed creating a 'Connecticut Child Tax Credit.'

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COVID-19 cases at 12 Greenwich schools as number at high school dropsGreenwich Public Schools is reporting nine additional positive cases of COVID-19 since...

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Police: Crash blocks streets in central GreenwichGreenwich Avenue at West Elm is blocked as a result of the accident, police said.

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Connecticut casinos see decline in slot-machine revenue in DecemberFoxwoods kept, $21.5 million after paying out prizes in December, a 36.1% decline from the $33.6 million it kept during the same month the previous year; and Mohegan Sun kept $32.2 million in December slots revenue, down 26.6% from $43.9 million a year ago.

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State Rep. Scanlon proposes tax cut for parents in ConnecticutSean Scanlon proposed creating a 'Connecticut Child Tax Credit.'

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Some Healthcare Workers to Get 2nd Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine TodaySome health care workers who received their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine will receive their second dose today.

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Capital police nab a Connecticut woman at an inaugural checkpoint in DC.According to WFSB.News, U.S. Capitol Police have arrested a Connecticut woman who is accused of impersonating a law enforcement officer.

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COVID-Related Moves Send Fairfield County Prices SoaringHouse prices continue to soar in Fairfield County as many New Yorkers move to Connecticut because of the pandemic.

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As Seniors Begin To Get Vaccinated, Bridgeport Is Down A Health DirectorBridgeport has lost its top health official as the state battles COVID-19's second wave. This hour, we talk with Connecticut Post reporter Brian Lockhart about the vacancy in the health department of the state's largest city.

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Greenwich native Harry BrantHarry Brant, the son of Peter Brant and Stephanie Seymour, died of an accidental...

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Connecticut city employee fined for hosting maskless birthday bash a€“ JawebA Connecticut city worker has been fined $500 for hosting a blowout birthday bash jam-packed with mask-free merrymakers, police said.

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CIAC resumes practice for Connecticut school athletics todayThe Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference will resume practice for some school athletic programs today.

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Despite far less traffic, more pedestrians died on Connecticut roads in 2020 than a year beforeDespite a pandemic-driven reduction in overall traffic last year, pedestrian deaths in Connecticut have continued their deadly climb.Not just.

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Some High School Athletes Can Return to Practice TodayTuesday is the first day some high school athletes can return to practice after the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference approved a proposal to move forward with a winter sports season.

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'Never a good time': Connecticut Water Co.'s proposed rate hike would cost consumersMaureen Westbrook, president of Connecticut Water, said "one of the primary drivers of this request is the more than $265 million of investments in our water system infrastructure that have been made since 2010 to ensure reliable service and safe drinking water for families and communities, which are not included in current water rates."

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CT: HollowMy favorite places to kayak are those with wildlife and interesting landscapes. There are two bodies of water at Bigelow Hollow so I compared them.

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'Never a good time': Connecticut Water Co.'s proposed rate hike would cost consumersMaureen Westbrook, president of Connecticut Water, said "one of the primary drivers of this request is the more than $265 million of investments in our water system infrastructure that have been made since 2010 to ensure reliable service and safe drinking water for families and communities, which are not included in current water rates."

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Weeks After The Election, Secretary Of The State's Efforts To Monitor Disinformation Campaigns EndedIn the immediate aftermath of the Nov. 3 election, an intelligence analyst named Hannah Glidden was working for the Connecticut Secretary of the State's office under a novel contract.

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Pre-K Through 5th Grade Students in New Haven Begin Hybrid LearningSome students in New Haven are returning to school in-person today. It's a moment the New Haven Public School District has spent months preparing for....

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Realtors: Booming Real Estate Market Drained Connecticuts Inventory in 2020, Increased PricesA rise in real estate activity across the state in 2020 led to increased demand for homes in Connecticuts largest markets and steep price increases, according to industry experts....

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Miguel Cardona's ideas about education were forged in Meriden, CT. Now he will bring them to Washington, D.C.Miguel Cardona - President-elect Joe Biden's pick to become the next U.S. education secretary - grew up and spent 21 years of his 23-year career as an educator in Meriden, CT.

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State Republican Party Chair Vacancy More Than It SeemsWith the sudden announcement of state Republican Chairman J.R. Romano's departure last week, columnists and editorial boards wrote that it appeared obvious why he left the post: President Donald Trump's reelection loss and the Capitol Hill insurrection.

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State Rep. Scanlon launches tax fairness debate with proposed $450M break for poor, middle class familiesLow - and middle-income families with children would receive their largest state income tax break in nearly a decade under a new proposal to be unveiled Tuesday by the new co-chairman of the legislature's tax-writing panel.

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Spring Semester Starts With Souped Up TestingAlthough COVID-19 is more prevalent in Connecticut than in the fall, colleges and universities are forging ahead with reopening plans for the spring semester — albeit with significantly more testing planned.

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Treason is in the airAbraham Lincoln had been elected but had yet to assume the presidency when southern states started seceding from the Union in the months before his March 4, 1961 inauguration.

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The change in leadership must not lead to complacencyWe are beginning 2021, and most people are far done with election talk. Sure, the polls are closed, and the results are in, and it is time to move on.

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Trumpa€™s reaction to defeat further confirms urgency for school focus on social emotional skillsAImagine what would happen if a preschooler didn’t “use their words” when they got upset about sharing, instead stomping around yelling while adults simply observed in silence.

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Is Trump leading a cult?My experience as a former cult member and researcher in the field of Social Sciences earned me the ability to identify narcissism and cultish tendencies.

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Mild Weather Continues Today, Cooler Weather in Days AheadThe mild weather we experienced yesterday is continuing today before cooler weather in the upcoming days.

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Hamden Man Shot, Killed in New HavenA man from Hamden has died after a shooting in New Haven on Monday afternoon.

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Ivy Rehab Expands Aetna Partnership, Becomes In-Network Provider in ConnecticutWHITE PLAINS, N.Y., Jan. 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -  Ivy Rehab Physical Therapy , a national leader in outpatient musculoskeletal rehabilitative services, is proud to announce that as of January 11th, it is now an in-network provider with Aetna Health Plans in Connecticut.

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Tommy Hilfiger sells lavish, chateau-style Connecticut estate for $45MThe 22-acre estate was built in 1939 and resembles a French chateau from the outside, with an eclectic, European flair inside.

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21st Annual Environmental Summit Starts Today, Goes VirtualThe 21st annual environmental summit, which coincides with the start of the new legislative session, features webinars today, Thursday and Monday.

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Proposed tax credit for poor and middle class families in Connecticut could provide up to $1,800 in reliefLow and middle-income families with children would receive their largest state income tax break in nearly a decade under a new proposal to be unveiled Tuesday by the new co-chairman of the legislature's tax-writing panel.

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Vaccine mix-up leads some Conn. teachers to sign up early, get shotsHundreds of Connecticut schoolteachers were able to sign up for coronavirus vaccine appointments before they were actually eligible, due to confusion over.

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Cuomo explores buying vaccine for N.Y. directly from PfizerFrustrated by the flow of coronavirus vaccine from the federal government, Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday floated the idea of buying shots for New Yorkers directly from one of the vaccine makers, Pfizer.

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New Haven Begins Hybrid Learning for Younger StudentsOn Tuesday, some students in New Haven will return to the classroom for the first time in about 10 months.

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Mass drive-thru vaccination site opens in East HartfordConnecticut's largest mass coronavirus vaccination drive-thru clinic opened on Monday at the former Pratt and Whitney Runway at 12 Runway Road in East Hartford.

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Despite far less traffic, more pedestrians died on Connecticut roads in 2020 than a year before; lawmakers are seeking to address the deadly climbDespite a pandemic-driven reduction in overall traffic last year, pedestrian deaths in Connecticut have continued their deadly climb.

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Food Benefits to Increase for All Connecticut Households Enrolled in SNAPFood benefits for all Connecticut households enrolled in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program will increase by 15% starting this Wednesday.

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DeSegretage ConnecticutZoom Town Hall will focus on local zoning, housing and 8-30g for affordable housing.

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Author Talk with Elizabeth Normen, Venture Smith, Tuesday, , 7-8pm on ZoomPurchase copies here: / On January 26th, from 7:00-8:00pm, the Suffield Historical Society will host a free Zoom program with Elizabeth Normen, author of Venture Smith’s Colonial Connecticut, a new book for middle schoolers and about the founding of Connecticut as told through the 1798 first-person narrative of Venture Smith.

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New Haven Activists Reflect on Dr. King and Social JusticeWhen thousands marched through New Haven this summer in protest of the death of George Floyd and others who died in police custody, they were led by young people.

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The Day / Wind in their sails / News from southeastern ConnecticutA group of land sailing enthusiasts gather for some informal racing at Ninigret Park in Charlestown, R.I., on Monday, Jan.

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Security Measures in Hartford Remain Intact As Inauguration ApproachesOn the heels of the attack on the U.S Capitol and with just days away from President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, law enforcement across the country is taking no chances with safety and security.Â.

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Connecticut's Revenue Picture ImprovesFor the first time in decades, the state of Connecticut saw sales and income taxes increase 5% and help wipe out part of the state's budget deficit.

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MLK's Legacy Carried on By New London County Scholarship RecipientsThe scholarship trust fund helps students of color in New London county gain an education in Dr. King's name.

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West Hartford Police Chief, Resident, Named to Connecticut Police Officer Standards and Training CouncilGov. Ned Lamont announced the appointment of 11 members to the Connecticut Police Officer Standards and Training Council , effective Jan.

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'Never a good time': Connecticut Water Co.'s proposed rate hike would cost consumersMaureen Westbrook, president of Connecticut Water, said "one of the primary drivers of this request is the more than $265 million of investments in our water system infrastructure that have been made since 2010 to ensure reliable service and safe drinking water for families and communities, which are not included in current water rates."

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The Day / Trump's empty words / News from southeastern ConnecticutPresident Donald Trump is calling for unity and healing in our nation, but he ought to prove he means it by attending the.

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The Day / Auntie Fa's alibi / News from southeastern ConnecticutI deeply resent allegations that it was my dear, sweet old Auntie Fa who really invaded the Capitol on January 6.

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Gallery: Huskies fall to Red StormUConn guard R.J. Cole, center, drives against St. John's Greg Williams Jr., left, during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in Storrs, Connecticut, Monday, Jan.

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Connecticut Expands Vaccine Eligibility to People 75+People 75 years and older became eligible to receive the coronavirus vaccine in Connecticut. NBC New York's Marc Santia reports.

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Connecticut's COVID-19 Test Positivity Falls Below 5%; Hospitalizations IncreasingConnecticut's COVID-19 test positivity fell below 5% on Monday, but hospitalizations and deaths from the disease continue to rise.

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Connecticut's largest COVID vaccination site is now open. Here's what you need to know.With ambitious plans of vaccinating 7,000 to 10,000 people each week, organizers of a massive inoculation effort at the former Pratt and Whitney airport at Rentschler Field opened the sprawling operation Monday to the first of what is expected to be hundreds of thousands of people in the coming months.

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Connecticut's Largest COVID-19 Vaccination Site Opens in East HartfordCommunity Health Center opened a drive-through COVID-19 vaccination clinic on an old runway at Pratt and Whitney in East Hartford on Monday.

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By-the-numbers: Phase 1b of state's vaccine programVACCINE INFORMATION PAGE Connecticut is currently in Phase 1b of the statewide rollout plan for the COVID vaccine, with residents 75-older now eligible to schedule an appointment.

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Nursing home residents are receiving the COVID vaccination at a higher rate than their caretakersNursing home residents have received the COVID-19 vaccination at a higher rate than their caretakers during the first round of vaccinations - a troubling trend for state officials and providers who are hoping additional employees will get vaccinated during the second round now underway.

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Coronavirus Latest: People 75+ Receive COVID-19 Shots In Conn.; SBU Opens As Mass Vaccine CenterHere's the latest on the coronavirus outbreak in the region: Connecticut residents 75 and over in phase 1B of the state's vaccination program will start.

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Security to Remain Tight at State Capitol Through Inauguration DayConnecticut authorities say they will keep security tight at the State Capitol in Hartford through Inauguration Day in the wake of the January 6 riot at the...

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Connecticut COVID Update: Additional 6,703 Cases Since Friday, Food Benefits Increase by 15%For a series of interactive graphs and maps that provide additional data, including metrics related to age, gender, and race/ethnicity, as well as data broken down by every town and city in Connecticut, visit ct.gov/coronavirus and click the link that is labeled, "Data Tracker."

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Legislative leaders support extension of Lamont's emergency powers during COVIDThe governor's emergency powers expire Feb. 9 unless he asks lawmakers for an extension within 72 hours of that date.

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Winsted Water Works Earns Place on National Historic RegisterThe historic district encompasses approximately 210 acres of upland and water bodies in the Mad River watershed of northwestern Connecticut and includes three stone and earth dams, two earth dikes, an earth and granite canal aqueduct, a tunnel aqueduct, and two artificial reservoirs constructed from 1893 to 1895.

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Millions in CT now eligible for COVID vaccine in Connecticut as phase 1B kicks off but is supply ready to meet demand?Connecticut state officials said they are confident they will continue to receive the second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine on schedule, but they need the number of initial doses to increase in order to keep up with the demand as Phase 1b gets underway.

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Guide: Ice skating rinks in ConnecticutHere is a guide for ice skating rinks open this winter. Please check with the rink before heading out.

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UConn Men vs. Xavier Postponed Due to COVID-19Another UConn men's basketball game has been postponed due to COVID-19. The Big East announced the Huskies' game scheduled for Wednesday against...

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Sleeping Giant State Park Closes After Reaching CapacitySleeping Giant State Park in Hamden is closed after the parking lot reached capacity, according to a Tweet from the Connecticut State Parks.

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New Haven Police Looking for Information on Deadly Saturday CrashNew Haven police are investigating after a driver died Saturday when his car crashed into a concrete barrier near the Temple Street Garage.

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Albany, Hartford Avoid Violent Protests By Pro-Trump Extremists Over The WeekendViolent protests by extremist supporters of President Donald Trump at the state capitols in Connecticut and New York never materialized on Sunday.

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Connecticut Finds Small Budget Surplus Amid PandemicDespite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Connecticut appears on track to end the current fiscal year with a surplus, according to new figures released Friday.

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First Mass Vaccination Site OpensEAST HARTFORD, CT-Almost a dozen lanes of orange cones stretched the length of a 7,000-foot abandoned airfield at the site of Connecticut's first mass COVID vaccination operation, which began Monday with a steady trickle of cars.

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Report: Conn. Police Accountability Law Won't Hike Insurance RatesAn end to broad protections for police officers against lawsuits will not hike insurance rates for towns or police departments in Connecticut, according to a report by the Insurance Law Center at University of Connecticut.

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MLK in CTSimsbury High School students produced a short documentary titled Summers of Freedom: the Story of Martin Luther King, Jr. in Connecticut, which is the source for this story.

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110. Polish Jewish History, World War II and a Jewish Child's SurvivalIn this episode, join Mary Donohue, Asst. Publisher of Connecticut Explored to learn more about Polish-Jewish history and how our guest Dr. Leon Chameides survived the Nazi occupation of Poland as a Jewish child.

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Connecticut Sports Betting Looks Promising in 2021Connecticut has been going back and forth with sports betting for its two tribal casinos for the last few years.

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Brass Tacks: State thinking of adopting a dogHusky may become the official state dog UConn Huskies, bow wow! State Sen. Eric C. Berthel, R-Watertown, is sponsoring a bill to name the Siberian Husky as the State Dog of Connecticut.

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Teachers get back in line after vaccine mix-up led some to sign up earlyHARTFORD — Hundreds of Connecticut schoolteachers were able to sign up for coronavirus vaccine appointments before they were actually eligible, due to confusion over the rollout rules, a newsp...

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Governor Lamont Highlights Increased Efficiencies for Credential Holders at the Connecticut Department of Consumer ProtectionGovernor Lamont Highlights Increased Efficiencies for Credential Holders at the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection @CTGOVERNMENT @CTDCP.

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Vaccine mix-up leads some Connecticut teachers to sign up earlyHARTFORD, Conn. — Hundreds of Connecticut schoolteachers were able to sign up for coronavirus vaccine appointments before they were actually eligible, due to confusion...

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Food Benefits to Increase for All Connecticut Households Enrolled in SNAPFood benefits for all Connecticut households enrolled in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program will increase by 15% starting this Wednesday.

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Coronavirus Latest: High Demand For Rent Relief; Housing Programs Infused With Federal DollarsHere's the latest on the coronavirus outbreak in the region: The deadline for New Yorkers to apply for rental assistance through the state's COVID Rent.

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Mild Start to This WeekThis week is starting off with mild temperatures before we see a cooling trend in the days ahead.

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CT COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout: What to Know as Phase 1B Begins; How to Schedule an AppointmentConnecticut began vaccinations for COVID-19 in mid-December and the second phase, phase 1b has begun.

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Connecticut opens vaccinations to people 75 and olderConnecticut is moving forward with its next phase of COVID-19 vaccinations. People 75 years and older will be eligible for their first dose under vaccination phase 1Bstarting Monday.

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Connecticut's COVID-19 Test Positivity Falls Below 5%; Hospitalizations IncreasingConnecticut's COVID-19 test positivity fell below 5% on Monday, but hospitalizations and deaths from the disease continue to rise.

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Maritime Aquarium's IMAX theater hosts final showings before demoThe aquarium held its last screenings from Jan. 15 to Jan. 18 before being demolished.

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Connecticut Expands Police Decertification CriteriaCurrently, a review process is launched whenever police officers are fired, but in most cases, it does not mean they will lose their certification.

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After Fast Start, Connecticut Broadens Vaccinations with Uncertain DistributionAs phase 1B of the vaccine rollout is set to begin today, regional health officials have been voicing frustrations over the last week at the uncertainty surrounding the number of vaccines that they will receive on a weekly basis, a problem which they hope will stabilize as the state administers the vaccine to a much broader population.

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Come WednesdayThere were supposed to be big pro-Trump protests at state capitols all around the country this weekend, including here in Hartford.

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Likely Or Not, Connecticut Is Right To Be Ready For Armed InsurrectionIm in my seventh decade of life and have spent the last 25 years as either a journalist or pundit.

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Weeks after the election, Secretary of the State's efforts to monitor disinformation campaigns endedThe intelligence analyst's contract ran out at the end of November, costing the agency a source of information that has not yet been restored at a time when officials in Connecticut and across the country are struggling to not only negate disinformation about the last election but prepare for violence in the wake of last week's attack on the...

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Keeping Connecticut's music industry aliveBy recently passing the Save Our Stages Act, a bipartisan bill co-sponsored by Connecticut Sens.

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Lawmakers To Debate Inmate Voting RightsState lawmakers may soon debate whether prison inmates doing time for serious felony convictions should have the right to vote in Connecticut elections.

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Media specialist at Greenwich school wins national award for creating 'vibrant culture of literacy'Jane E. Martellino, a library media specialist at the International School at Dundee, was named a winner of the 2021 "I Love My Librarian Award" by the American Library Association.

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A young Black man sees a need for faster racial progressI first learned that I was Black in kindergarten. More importantly, I learned of the negative connotations that come with identifying with my own skin color.

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Sadly, not much has changed since Martin Luther King Jr.'s killing.As we approached the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, I took the time to read and watch his "I Had a Dream" speech which he delivered on Aug.

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Fire in Room at Super 8 Motel in Cromwell Under InvestigationOfficials are investigating after a fire in a room at a motel in Cromwell overnight.

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COVID Vaccine: Connecticut Enters Phase 1B, Residents 75 And Older Now EligibleResidents over the age of 75 can start getting vaccinations through health care providers, online or by calling the state hotline.

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Did You Know Martin Luther King Jr. Has a Connecticut ConnectionToday, January 18th, we celebrate the life of one of the most influential people in the history of our country.

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Danbury Ranks Among Top 10 Worst Places to Live in ConnecticutDanbury has been named one of the ten worst places to live in CT for 2021 according to a new study that was apparently conducted by morons.

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Connecticut Bill For Duopoly Sports Betting Gets Green LightA new bill that would authorise the state's two tribes to run Connecticit sports betting has been endorsed by seventeen Connecticut lawmakers.

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VIDEO: The scramble to open Connecticut's Vaccine VillageIn just five days, Community Health Center Inc and the state converted the long-retired Pratt and Whitney Airport at Rentschler Field in East Hartford into an outdoor vaccination clinic that will inoculate 1,000 people a day on an old runway.

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Connecticut's Largest COVID Vaccine Drive-Thru Clinic Opens MondayThe largest COVID-19 vaccine drive-thru clinic in Connecticut will open Monday morning. Pratt and Whitney in East Hartford is being converted into a 10-lane...

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State Officials on Alert, Bracing For Possible ProtestsConnecticut law enforcement agencies were bracing for possible protests at the State Capitol in Hartford this weekend, but have now scaled back their presence...

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Police Show Up In Hartford, But Protesters Largely Stay AwayState and local law enforcement agencies blocked off and locked down the Connecticut State Capitol complex Sunday in anticipation of pro-Trump protests that never came to pass.

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Goodwin extends its reach across Connecticut in deal to take over the University of BridgeportGoodwin University is taking over the University of Bridgeport, the latest expansion of the East Hartford college that began 40 years ago as a storefront business school.

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St. John's Red Storm vs Connecticut Huskies: game time, scouting, TVWelcome back! The Martin Luther King Day matinee takes place in Connecticut, as the Red Storm face the Huskies for the first time in eight years.

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The Connecticut National Guard is sending 300 soldiers to DC this weekThe Connecticut National Guard will send at least 300 men and women from our state to Washington DC this week to help protect the capitol during the presidential inauguration.

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Talking US Capitol Riot and Security With Mike LawlorNBC Connecticut's Mike Hydeck spoke with University of New Haven's Mike Lawlor about the riot at the U.S. Capitol, security and the complexities of...

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Connecticut Man Charged With Bilking Vodka Company InvestorsA Connecticut man has been charged with defrauding investors in an alcoholic beverage company and diverting hundreds of thousands of dollars for his personal use, federal authorities announced.

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Madison man charged with bilking vodka company investorsA Connecticut man has been charged with defrauding investors in an alcoholic beverage company and diverting hundreds of thousands of dollars for his personal use, federal authorities announced.

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Highway Reopened After Overturned Car Causes Lane Closures on I-84 in West HartfordAn overturned car caused lane closures on Interstate 84 in West Hartford, according to the CT Department of Transportation.

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A quiet day at Connecticut's Capitol despite protest fearsBanners supporting President Donald Trump were nowhere to be seen Sunday as hundreds of National Guard members and police officers guarded the state Capitol and a handful of counter protesters waited for a rally that never materialized.

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1st Case of UK Coronavirus Variant Confirmed in MassachusettsThe first case of a COVID-19 variant initially found in the United Kingdom has been confirmed in Massachusetts, health officials said Sunday.

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The Day / Mystic chamber announces changes / News from southeastern ConnecticutA new welcome center location, new board members and the search for a new president are among the changes.

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Connecticut's Bill 127 Would Allow Tesla To Sell Directly To ConsumersThe EV Club of CT is behind a new bill to make it legal for a company to sell electric cars directly to consumers.

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Sunday in Hartford: Massive show of police, not protestersOn a day when police stood on alert in every state capital, ready for protests promised in the wake of the stunning assault on the U.S. Capitol on Jan.

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West Hartford Congregation Helps Families Struggling With Food InsecurityIn an effort to help families struggling with food insecurity, Congregation Beth Israel in West Hartford is lending a helping hand by collecting non-perishable food items.

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Survey of college students suggests they fear the effects of COVID-19 vaccineThis month, I completed a study titled, "College Students' COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy." Students at a midsized university in Connecticut were surveyed to determine the extent of their vaccine hesitancy regarding coronavirus vaccines.

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Grant to aid in improving health care for low income Waterbury residentsAngie Matthis, executive director of the Greater Waterbury Health Partnership. Republican-American archive WATERBURY - Greater Waterbury Health Partnership has been awarded more than $100,000 in grants from the Connecticut Health Foundation and the American Savings Foundation.

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Connecticut Was Once an NFL Home State for 2 Miserable YearsThe Nutmeg State played host to an NFL team for two seasons the New York Giants would love to forget.

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Police Show Up In Hartford, But Protesters Largely Stay AwayState and local law enforcement agencies blocked off and locked down the Connecticut State Capitol complex Sunday, in anticipation of pro-Trump protests that never came to pass.

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Police Help Owl Hit By Car in EnfieldPolice rescued an owl that was hit by a car in Enfield Saturday night. Two police officers responded and were able to get the owl back on its feet.

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Destination: LuddyMay/Jun/Jul 2004 Subscribe/Buy the Issue! Shade-grown tobacco leaf from the Connecticut River Valley has long been recognized as the finest cigar wrapper in the world.

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Actress Gwen Reed a€” From Fields to FootlightsMay/Jun/Jul 2004 Subscribe/Buy the Issue! The start of Gwen Reed's acting career is like something out of a Hollywood scenario.

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Fleeing New Yorkers squeeze surrounding housing marketsAngel Garcia, a single father approved for a mortgage loan of $300,000, had high hopes in early 2020 of finding a house he could afford in his hometown of Stamford, Connecticut.

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Capitol Protest Fizzles After Security CrackdownHARTFORD, CTLaw enforcement and reporters descended on the state Capitol Sunday to watch as a mere handful of protesters expressed their views.

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Persons of Interest Detained After Hartford ShootingMultiple persons of interest are detained after a shooting in Hartford on Sunday afternoon, according to police.

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Linda Magovern biography: 13 things about Stratford, Connecticut womanLinda Lee Phillips Magovern is a white woman from Connecticut, United States. Here are 13 more things about her: She was born in Hartford, Connecticut.

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Law Enforcement Scales Back Presence at State Capitol, Around HartfordConnecticut law enforcement agencies were bracing for possible protests at the State Capitol in Hartford this weekend, but have now scaled back their presence after protests failed to materialize.

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Connecticut Authors and Publishers Association  Publishers MarketplaceCAPA is pleased to announce that it has signed up for a paid membership subscription with Publishers Marketplace.

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Some Residents Without Water in ManchesterA water main break is causing low pressure and discoloration of water for some residents in Manchester.

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Man Charged With Murder After Stabbing in WallingfordPolice have arrested a man who is accused of fatally stabbing someone during an argument in a Wallingford parking lot on Saturday night.

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'Historical context:' Presidential scholar to speak at Greenwich Library celebrationWith construction nearly complete on a large ‘reimaging' project, the Greenwich...

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DOT to outline 7 miles of roadwork planned for I-95 in Greenwich, StamfordThe presentation will be held at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 21 about the state project, which would include doing road resurfacing, bridge rehabilitation and safety improvements along the highway through Greenwich and Stamford.

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Some USPS Collection Boxes in Hartford to be Temporarily Sealed, Removed This WeekSome United States Postal Service collection boxes in Hartford will be temporarily sealed or removed this week.

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Connecticut's Largest COVID Vaccine Drive-Thru Clinic Opens MondayPratt and Whitney in East Hartford is being converted into a 10-lane mass vaccine clinic.

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Pequot MuseumThe Mashantucket Pequot Museum is located in Ledyard, Connecticut and is a research based museum dedicated to education on the lives of indigenous people.

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St. John's vs. Connecticut odds, lines: Advanced computer college basketball model releases picks for Big East matchupThe No. 25 Connecticut Huskies look to stay hot when they take on the visiting St. John's Red Storm in Big East Conference action on Monday.

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Connecticut woman, 63, arrested for impersonating an officer at Inauguration checkpointPolice for the false impersonation of an officer, failure to obey an officer and fleeing from a law enforcement officer at an Inauguration checkpoint.

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A quiet day at Connecticut's Capitol despite protest fearsHARTFORD, Conn. — Banners supporting President Donald Trump were nowhere to be seen Sunday as hundreds of National Guard members and police officers guarded the state Capitol and a handful of counter protesters waited for a rally that never materialized.

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Major law enforcement presence assembles at state Capitol, but scene remains peacefulA massive law enforcement presence assembled at the state Capitol Sunday following an FBI warning that violent armed protests were possible, but the scene in Hartford remained quiet.

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Internet Access and Affordability Becoming a Higher Priority for Connecticut, Nation  Connecticut by the NumbersPeople in Connecticut and across the country are increasingly being told to function from home instead of in-person, but they "don't have the one essential utility - broadband service".

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Unattended Pot With Oil in It Sparks Hamden Apartment Fire: FDAn unattended pot with oil inside of it is to blame for a fire at an apartment building in Hamden on Sunday morning, according to fire officials.

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Man Dies After Getting Shot, Crashing into Building in New Haven: PoliceA man has died after he was shot and then crashed his vehicle into a building in New Haven on Saturday night.

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Connecticut woman, 63, arrested for impersonating an officer at Inauguration checkpointA woman has been arrested by D.C. police for the false impersonation of an officer, failure to obey an officer and fleeing from a law enforcement officer at an Inauguration checkpoint.

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Connecticut man charged with bilking vodka company investorsMADISON, Conn. — A Connecticut man has been charged with defrauding investors in an alcoholic beverage company and diverting hundreds of thousands of dollars for his personal use, federal authorities announced.

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Several Roads in West Hartford Closed Today as Officials Prepare for Possible ProtestsSome roads in West Hartford will be closed to traffic on Sunday as police prepare for possible protests in the area.

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Connecticut police ready to keep state safe ahead of possible violent protestsLaw enforcement agencies across Connecticut are preparing for protests at the state Capitol.

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Dry and Windy End to the WeekendA strong storm in northern New England will help to produce wind gusts over 30 MPH today.

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Extra Officers, Resources Brought in for Possible Protests at CT State CapitolConnecticut law enforcement agencies are bracing for protests at the state Capitol this weekend. The FBI is warning all 50 states to prepare for the potential that those armed protests could turn violent.

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How to Bring the Witness Stones Project to LifeThis 2020-2021 academic year marks the third year that my students at Kingswood Oxford in West Hartford have participated in the Witness Stones Project and it’s been the most inspiring and meaningful work of my teaching career.

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'No one took us seriously:' Black cops warned about racist Capitol Police officers for yearsWhether the Capitol Police managed to root out racist officers will be one of many issues raised as Congress investigates the agency’s failure to prevent a mob of Trump supporters from attacking the Capitol while lawmakers inside voted to formalize the electoral victory of President-elect Joe Biden.

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Donald Trump built a national debt so big that it'll weigh down the economy for yearsThe national debt has risen by almost $7.8 trillion during Trump’s time in office. That’s nearly twice as much as what Americans owe on student loans, car loans, credit cards and every other type of debt other than mortgages, combined, according to data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

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For some transgender people, pandemic paves path to transitionWhile COVID-19 has shuttered businesses and quarantined countless people in Connecticut and beyond, it has also motivated many transgender individuals such as Jones to begin gender-affirming hormone therapy, experts say.

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The struggle for racial justice and equality is far from overOn the eve of the annual celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday, I and many others are reflecting on what recently transpired at the U.

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The mentoring circle: Supportive relationships across generationsJanuary is Mentoring Month, January 17 International Mentoring Day — with the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday a day of service.

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Live Updates: Heavy security, road closures in place at Connecticut Capitol in Hartford amid fear of riots, attacksThe stepped-up security was sparked by an FBI warning that state Capitols could face attack in the wake of the Jan.

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Wind, rain, heavy snow batter parts of New England, eastern CanadaA storm lashed parts of New England and eastern Canada on Saturday with heavy rain, snow and wind, leading to power outages and slick roads.

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Connecticut man charged with bilking vodka company investorsMADISON, Conn. — A Connecticut man has been charged with defrauding investors in an alcoholic beverage company and diverting hundreds of thousands of dollars for his personal use, federal authorities announced.

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R.I. hospital company leaders get vaccinations while seniors waitCoronavirus developments across New England:RHODE ISLANDVaccines have been given to board members at Lifespan and trustees at Care New England even.

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R.I., utility warn of uptick in bill collection scamsThe Rhode Island attorney general and utility National Grid are warning residents to be aware of scammers posing as bill collectors.

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Connecticut police ready to keep state safe ahead of possible violent protestsLaw enforcement agencies across Connecticut are preparing for protests at the state Capitol.

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The Day / Business Briefs / News from southeastern ConnecticutThe PPP Loan Forgiveness Process," Wednesday, Jan. 20, noon-1:30 p.m., Zoom." Marketing Your Business with Email,.

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The Day / Lucey / Martinez / News from southeastern ConnecticutElizabeth Beyer and John Lucey of Noank, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Susannah Lucey to Joseph Martínez, son of.

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The Day / Colella / Coxon / News from southeastern ConnecticutKurt and Mary Ellen Colella of Gales Ferry are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Erin, to Jonathan S. Coxon, son of Peter and.

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Jan. 17Backus HospitalDEC. 28 - A daughter to Brian Belair and Emerald Sandherr of North Franklin.DEC.

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Connecticut allows health care professionals to join vaccine administration effortsCOVID-19 vaccines may now be administered by certain Connecticut licensed health care professionals, according to the Connecticut Department of Public Health.

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Connecticut had great influence on MLK's growth into a martyrA new memorial will be unveiled in Simsbury on Monday to honor Martin Luther King Jr., the martyr who helped stoke the civil rights movement, the preacher whose message of love and hope and peace c...

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A€˜The Situation is Very Tense Right Now': Social Media Changes Amid Concerns of Future ViolenceWith security top of mind at the State Capitol right now, it’s been a challenge for authorities trying to figure out how many people might show up for a possible protest.

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Seaside offers solace in WaterfordOn Saturday, visitors strolled along the beach at Harkness Memorial State Park.

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One Shot in New Haven: OfficialsA person was shot in New Haven on Saturday night, officials said. The shooting happened on Rowe and Chatham streets, according to crews.

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Fleeing New Yorkers Squeeze Surrounding Housing MarketsAngel Garcia, a single father approved for a mortgage loan of $300,000, had high hopes in early 2020 of finding a house he could afford in his hometown of Stamford, Connecticut.

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UConn Students Return to Campus with COVID-19 PrecautionsFor UConn students arriving on the Storrs campus Saturday, among the things to check off the move-in list was getting a required COVID-19 test.

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Koskoff, Koskoff and Bieder Attorney Richard Bieder Has DiedAmong his most notable cases was the representation of victims in the collapse of the L'Ambiance Plaza building in Bridgeport; the Dupont Hotel fire in San Juan Puerto Rico; and families of individuals killed in the Oklahoma City bombing.

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Route 6 Reopened After Pedestrian Struck in BristolPart of Route 6 was closed after a pedestrian was struck on Saturday, according to the CT Department of Transportation.

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Officials Prepare for Possible Protests at Connecticut State CapitolLaw enforcement officers remain on high alert and ask anyone who sees anything suspicious to speak up.

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Prince William Worried About Strain on UK Emergency WorkersPrince William says he is concerned about the mental health of U.K. ambulance drivers, police officers and other first responders who are being exposed to extraordinary levels of trauma and death as coronavirus cases soar.

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First, plan for repaymentMany components of Connecticut's economy have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. Some legislators hope state government will borrow money to assist the beleaguered sectors, the Connecticut Mirror reported in a story the Republican-American carried Jan.

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Destination: The Institute of LivingFeb/Mar/Apr 2004 Subscribe/Buy the Issue! Myths, Minds and Medicine at Hartford Hospital's Institute of Living is a fascinating permanent exhibition that chronicles the history of mental health care over the past two centuries.

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Pets are pandemic winnersThe animal shelters have emptied out as pets have become irresistible pademic companions.

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Archives Spotlight: A Presidential Footnote in Hartford Hospital HistoryC) Connecticut Explored Inc. Feb/Mar/Apr 2004 Subscribe/Buy the Issue! These newspaper clippings are from the personal scrapbook of Dr. Ansel Granville Cook , founder of the Department of Orthopedics at Hartford Hospital.

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Connecticut Children's Medical Center: Once the Home for "Incurables"Feb/Mar/Apr 2004 Subscribe/Buy the Issue! They were the throwaway kids, the "crippled and defective" ones that most families refused to adopt, the ones left stranded in town farms and almshouses.

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The Beechers Take the Water Cure"Wash and Be Healed:" The Water Cures of 19th-Century New England By Dawn C. Adiletta.

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Connecticut postal worker caught stealing Nintendo consoles and moreNintendo gaming devices, PlayStation consoles, iPhones and more were the objects of theft from a now-former USPS worker back in 2020.

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Students Move Back Into UConn Ahead of New Semester As Pandemic ContinuesThe University of Connecticut is gearing up for a new semester with similar safety measures put in place last year.

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Chicken, Rice and BeansChef Chris Prosperi shares his favorite recipe for chicken, rice and beans. Ingredients: 1 cup of white rice 2 cups of water 15.5 oz can of black beans, drained...

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