Bronin’s Fast and Furious Approach to Hartford Welcomed

There will be more layoffs of city employees, according to Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin. It’s welcomed news. Here’s why. The city is bloated with employees who forgot that they are employed to serve the public. They have duplicated services, established departments for family and cronies, and they have caused anger from people who work, play […]

Bronin’s Fast and Furious Approach to Hartford Welcomed

New Haven Students Hold Feminine Products Drive

By Shahid Abdul-Karim NEW HAVEN — A group of Kiyama Movement students at James Hillhouse High School have come up with a new approach for respecting womanhood. They’re raising funds and awareness about feminine products. “The Kiyama students read an article which stated that 86 percent of women report that they’ve started their period unexpectedly in […]

New Haven Students Hold Feminine Products Drive

CT Lawmakers, Advocates Open to New Puerto Rico bill

By Ana Radelat  WASHINGTON —  A rare compromise between the White House and House Republicans on how to help Puerto Rico has received cautious acceptance from Connecticut lawmakers and advocates who had rejected previous congressional efforts to help an island mired in a severe financial crisis. “This is not a perfect bill, and I have reservations […]

CT Lawmakers, Advocates Open to New Puerto Rico bill

Yale Voted Best College in Connecticut

24 May 2016

NEW HAVEN — Yale is number one in Connecticut. That’s according to SmartAsset’s second annual Best Value College study. The college leads after the result of their performance in categories including scholarships provided, starting slary, tuiton, living costs and retention rate. Yale received an overall education value index of 80.64, according ti SmartAsset, which gave […]

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State Senate Endorsements Tonight At Testo’s

23 May 2016

By Lennie Grimaldi BRIDGEPORT —  More than 100 combined Democratic delegates will gather at Testo’s Restaurant tonight to endorse candidates in two State Senate districts.   Sources said City Council President Tom McCarthy is poised for the endorsement against freshman incumbent Marilyn Moore who needs 15 percent of delegate support to qualify for an Aug. 9 […]

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Hartford Neighborhood Receives Funds

23 May 2016

By Maria Fernandez | Staff Writer HARTFORD — The State Bond Commission is expected to approve the funding for streetscape improvements along Farmington Avenue at its meeting Friday. The news comes after many Asylum Hill residents have been working for several years on the  $15 million streetscape project that will allow the end point of the project […]

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Gonzalez Praises Law to Protect the Abused

11 May 2016

Dear Editor: The House of Representatives last week passed a bill that would protect victims of domestic violence by prohibiting the possession of firearms for anyone who becomes subject to temporary restraining order. Studies show that the days following the issuance of a temporary restraining order are the most dangerous for a victim of domestic […]

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