Gov. Malloy Accused of Condoning State Sanction Terrorism

HARTFORD — For about two and a half years, Gov. Dannel Malloy has been governing a state that promotes state sanctioned terrorism. And he has yet to intervene on behalf of a journalist who has been suppressed and subjugated. As a result, there is a United Nations report filed against the state of Connecticut and […]

Gov. Malloy Accused of Condoning State Sanction Terrorism

Hilary Clinton Leads in Polls After South Carolina Democratic Debate

By Ann-Marie Adams, Staff Writer CHARLESTON, S. C. – After a contentious debate between the two leading Democratic presidential candidates, Hilary Clinton emerged as a leader in the polls, pushing back an insurgent candidate from Vermont.   Clinton sparred with the Sen. Bernie Sanders, who brands himself as a Democratic Socialist. Former Maryland Gov. Martin […]

Hilary Clinton Leads in Polls After South Carolina Democratic Debate

GE Moving Global Headquarters From Fairfield to Boston

By: Keith M. Phaneuf, Arielle Levin Becker and Mark Pazniokas General Electric will relocate its global headquarters from Fairfield to Boston, the company said Wednesday, setting off a scramble to frame the decision as either a political failure by Connecticut or simply a hard-nosed business move by one of the world’s largest conglomerates. “Boston was […]

GE Moving Global Headquarters From Fairfield to Boston

Commission Approves Millions for CSCU Projects

29 January 2016

HARTFORD —  The State Bond Commission recently approved $27.25 million in capital improvement projects for the 17 institutions of the Connecticut State College and Universities  system. The funding will be used for laboratory and research equipment; the consolidation and upgrade of student and financial information technology systems; the financing of advanced manufacturing and technology programs; […]

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Norwich Woman Faces Unemployment Fraud Charges

26 January 2016

NORWICH — A Norwich woman was arrested on Monday and charged with illegally collecting Unemployment Compensation benefits from the State of Connecticut when she was working in Maine. Tanya M. Stonick, 38, of 91 Prospect St., Norwich, was charged with one count each of Larceny in the First Degree by Defrauding a Public Community and […]

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African American Affairs Commission to Host Exhibit

21 January 2016

HARTFORD — The African-American Affairs Commission will host a series of events to celebrate black history month. The events include “ALL ME: The Life and Times of Winfred Rembert” a Black History Art Exhibit, Film Screening and History Exhibit, which will be screened on Feb. 24, in the Old Judiciary Room of the State Capitol at 1:30 […]

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American Airlines to Launch Nonstop Flights

20 January 2016

HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and the Connecticut Airport Authority  on Tuesday announced that American Airlines will soon debut new daily, nonstop service between Bradley International Airport  and Los Angeles International Airport. According to a press release, the Malloy administration said that the new flight will connect Greater Hartford to other parts of the world. […]

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