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Nov 8 Some 18,000 Connecticut Light and Power customers were still without power midday Tuesday, most in the Simsbury area. About one-third of Simsbury was without electricity, as was a quarter of Avon and Farmington, and many in Granby, Canton,...
Tags: Fires, Michael Clark, Newington, Barack Obama, Elections
The Hartford CourantMarcella Leone came home from a trip in September 2008, turned on her answering machine, and discovered a disturbing, frantic message from Sandra Herold, the owner of Travis the chimpanzee. "She was yelling at me to get my dart [tranquilizer] gun and get...
If you were freaked out by last year's disaster at Japan'sFukushima nuclear plants, or by Three Mile Island or Chernobyl, maybe you'd rather not think about all the toxic spent nuclear fuel being stored in Connecticut or just across the border in New...
There’s a real good reason for state House Speaker Chris Donovan to be worried about his chances of winning in Connecticut’s 5th Congressional District race, and it has nothing to do with the FBI investigation into campaign fundraising....
The Hartford CourantMayor Pedro Segarra's inaugural ball is sold out, with more than 900 guests attending Saturday's event at the Connecticut Convention Center. Tickets, priced at $100 each, sold out last week. The ball will be paid for by a combination of ticket sales...
The Hartford CourantHARTFORD — Calling it "the start of a four-year odyssey," Pedro E. Segarra was sworn in Tuesday to his first full mayoral term. Segarra, the former city council president who took over as mayor in 2010 — succeeding Eddie Perez, who was...
The Hartford CourantThere was more tough talk aimed at Connecticut Light & Power on Monday, nine days after the snowstorm that wreaked havoc on trees and power lines and plunged more than 800,000 power company customers into darkness. During a late afternoon press...
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekA New Internal Poll ... ... commissioned by Democratic Attorney General candidate Patrick Murphy shows Murphy (brace yourselves now) with a double-digit lead over rivals Kathleen Granahan Kane and Dan McCaffery in the run-up to this weekend's...
The Hartford CourantAmong the brave 5 percenters — the unlucky folks in the Lake Garda neighborhood who might not get power for days — there was little sympathy for Connecticut Light & Power's dramatic failure. People can't work. There's no water. Toilets can'...
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, in a State Capitol press conference, used tough words against CL&P Monday – mentioning the possibility of “malfeasance” by the company, for example – and said his administration would be sure “that...
The Hartford CourantJeffrey D. Butler, president of Connecticut Light & Power Co., resigned Thursday after a brutal few weeks in which he became the lightning rod for outrage — and the public face of failures by the utility — following two paralyzing storms...
The Hartford CourantBenjamin Quinones was fired March 24 from his high-paying state job as a lieutenant on the police force at the state mental hospital in Middletown after an internal investigation concluded that he had put in for 528 overtime hours that he didn't work. Now...
Tags: Laws, Crimes, John G. Rowland, Judges, Labor Legislation
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