More than $4 million worth of jewelry was stolen from a Fairfield store by two armed men who along with others carried out a home invasion more than 40 miles away.
The conference announced the decision Wednesday after university presidents approved the new moniker earlier in the day.
More than 700 law enforcement officers executed scores of federal and state arrest and arrest warrants in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, Puerto Rico and Rhode Island, officials said.
Connecticut lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow malt beverages and beer to be sold in pliable pouches.
A Florida man charged in the theft of about $80 million in prescription drugs from a Connecticut warehouse in 2010 is likely to plead guilty, his attorney said Friday.
Some gaming experts can’t understand why Massachusetts is moving so slowly to approve casino licenses. Meanwhile, competition is increasing in neighboring states.
Next time you hear somebody say “politicians are all a bunch of bums,” step away from the person saying it and think for a moment about Patricia Llodra, the first selectwoman of the town of Newtown, Connecticut.
An open house is being held Wednesday at a repurposed school for students who attended Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown.
Sure the public may whine…..”we have a right to know” but ya know what, it’s public record, go research it yourself, find out if good ole Mr. Gary next door has a gun, but when a so-called NEWSpaper steps out of its area of responsibility and publishes names and addresses that may jeopardize hundreds of people…..that’s just wrong. Oh and by the way, good ole Mr. Gary next door may have a dozen rifles and six loaded shotguns but you’ll never know that because no permit is required for those.
Twenty small handprints have been added to the 252-foot anti-gun violence billboard along the Massachusetts Turnpike.