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  • Special report from The Bahamas, Part 2: Tourists go tipless
    Special report from The Bahamas, Part 2: Tourists go tipless
    Connecticut elementary school teachers Anne Klein and Mary Sotelo wanted to take their vacations on a tropical island this year. It would have to be fairly easy to get there, they decided, and the island would have to be rimmed by powdery white...
  • Connecticut court bars death penalty
    Connecticut court bars death penalty
    Connecticut’s supreme court ordered all cells on death row be cleared out yesterday following a tightly contested decision that a 2012 law to abolishing capital for any future crimes “must be applied to 11 inmates awaiting execution...
  • Pucky and the Yard Goats
    Whaler mascot helps get petition signatures downtown
    Pucky the Whale took to the streets of Hartford last week to help push an initiative started by “The Whaler Guys” with help from Batter Up Capital located at 750 Main St. A petition has been making its way through Hartford Hockey. The...
  • Whaler Plates
    Hartford Whaler license plates will be huge with the CTDMV
    One of the best ways to keep the Whaler name alive is through this petition started by “The Whaler Guys”. This petition will ask the Connecticut State Legislature to look into creating a Hartford Whaler vanity license plate. Now every...
  • Hallmark Store at Centrepoint Mall
    Connecticut continues to gain and lose jobs at about the same rate
    On Wednesday, July 29, 2015, the Connecticut Department of Labor (CT DOL) - Office of Research released their monthly Business and Employment Changes Announced in the Media report. This latest update is not a strong indicator that the Connecticut...
  • New York City
    Would you commute 144 miles a day to New York City for a job?
    According to the United States Census Bureau's last American Community Survey update, 6.3 percent of the Connecticut workforce commutes out of state. In the State of Connecticut, it is common knowledge that the majority of out-of-state workers...
  • Thomas Jefferson
    Dems scrub Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson from event under pressure from NAACP
    On Wednesday, Democratic Party leaders in Connecticut unanimously voted to remove the names of two former U.S. presidents from the name of its annual fundraising dinner under pressure from the NAACP. Because of their ties to slavery, the names of...
  • Gun firing drone under investigation by the FAA
    Gun firing drone under investigation by the FAA
    A gun firing drone is under investigation by the Federal Aviation Administration after the video went viral on Tuesday.The "flying gun" video put up by Hogwit, who has been identified as Austin Haughwout, 18, a mechanical engineering...
  • Feds investigating gun-firing drone built by Connecticut teenager
    Feds investigating gun-firing drone built by Connecticut teenager
    Police in Clinton, Connecticut, in cooperation with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) are conducting separate investigations into a working drone mounted with a 9mm semi-automatic handgun capable of firing live rounds by remote control....
  • Grusome mystery unfolds in New Haven with the discovery of severed limbs
    2 severed legs and arms without hands found in New Haven: Grisly mystery details
    New Haven police have one bizarre and grisly mystery on their hands with the discovery of two severed human legs found in the Wooster Square neighborhood hidden in the thick brush near the State Street train station. After the discovery of the...
  • Bring Back the Whalers Night at Muzzy Field
    Blues helping to bring back the Whalers
    A strange thing happened last night, I went to a baseball game and a hockey crowd broke out. Never say die Hartford Whaler fans lined up to get tickets outside the gates of Muzzy Field in Bristol, all to be a part of “ Bring Back the Whalers...
  • Rebecca Townsend bucket list
    Rebecca Townsend: Bucket list ends with teen's death after saving friend's life
    Rebecca Townsend's bucket list ended in July when she died saving a friend's life. The 17-year-old from Connecticut made a bucket list as part of a school assignment in December 2012. Her list had only three accomplishments with "save...
  • Whaler Vanity Plates
    Hartford Whaler fans gauge interest in NHL season tickets
    Another big step is taking place this coming Thursday, July 16, at Muzzy Field in Bristol. On the field the Bristol Blues will battle the Torrington Titans, off the field Whaler fans will begin placing their name on a list, a list of people who...
  • Teresa Giudice prison fights and bad food comes to the surface with the mighty pen!
    Teresa Giudice prison fights and cuisine woes penned in diary tales behind bars
    Teresa Giudice has found a silver lining inside those prison walls in the Connecticut Federal Prison in Danbury where the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star is doing a 15-month sentence. She's writing in her journal and sharing...
  • The Veterans Memorial Coliseum
    With the NHL in change where does Hartford sit?
    The NHL is in a state of flux. They have opened up the expansion process for applications and they currently have a team without a home. The Phoenix Coyotes have plenty of new homes to chose from should they move. I can't imagine they haven&...
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