Thursday Dec 12
Malloy: Law gives consumers the right to know what's in their food
Joined by lawmakers and advocates, Governor Dannel P. Malloy on Wednesday held a ceremonial bill signing in Fairfield to commemorate final passage of legislation, Public Act 13-183, which requires that certain foods intended for human consumption that are entirely or partially genetically engineered to be labeled as such.
Members of fire-damaged church find aid
A community is coming together to help a church badly damaged by fire. The town of Pomfret and a school are lending a hand.
Mill Street Building Renovations Underway at Former Pioneer Ball Bearing, Upson Nut Company Site
A month into Village Artisan Galleries' restoration work on two long-vacant former manufacturing buildings along the Farmington River in Unionville, managing broker Brian Lyman of PB Parker Benjamin Within the next year, Mill Street will look very different from the construction scene you see driving down it now between renovations at the former ... (more)
Now that Obombacare has gone from a red hot news item to a grinding series of failure stories, the cable networks have turned their attention to what it all means for 2016.
NYC Chooses a New Mayor
Candidates Bill De Blasio and Joe Lhota are working on very different strategies to get voters to cast a ballot in their favor this election day.