Hamden Resident Nominated for Superior Court Judgeship
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has nominated a Hamden resident to serve as a state Superior Court judge.
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High School Journalism Workshops Open This Summer
The following announcement was posted by Kate Farrish . The Connecticut Health I-Team is offering unique, one-week workshops in journalism this July for high school students interested in refining their research and writing skills, while learning about the evolving field of journalism from award-winning writers and editors.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
PRLog US Entertainment
Co-Branding In Style to Bring Unsigned Artists Opportunities
Mar. 14, 2014 - MERIDEN, Conn. -- 50/50 Music Management in association with Good Money Music and Dollaz Unlimited launches, " Artist Showcase " that is not just another competition.
The Hartford Courant
Reader Submitted: Out Of Obscurity: Firebrand Connrcticut Architect Alice Washburn Highlighted
In the days when fewer than one percent of architects were women, Alice Washburn appeared on the scene, fully believing that women were ideally suited to design homes as they were the ones working in them.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
New Haven Independent
Prospect Hill To Regulators: Stop UI
Following is testimony submitted to the state Public Utilities Regulatory Agency by two women from New Haven's Prospect Hill neighborhood, concerning United Illuminating's plans for massive tree-cutting near power lines.
Essex Resident to be Honored at New CT Bar Association Awards Celebration
The Connecticut Bar Association is proud to announce Attorney Christina M. Storm as the recipient of this year's Citizen of the Law Award.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Shopping malls cope with constant turnover
Sherry Chiu, of Hamden, leaves UNIQLO's new Westfield Trumbull Mall store Friday, Nov. 8, 2013 after shopping their grand opening sale.
Two Charged with Burning Couch on North Main Street
Naugatuck police arrested two men Saturday for allegedly setting fire to a couch on the sidewalk on North Main Street.
Domestic worker sues, says she was paid less than $1/hour
A domestic worker in Connecticut filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday saying she was often paid less than $1 per hour as she worked up to 100 hours per week.
More charges filed against Darien home invasion suspects
Alexis Jordan, a Hamden woman who was charged with breaking into a Darien home and assaulting a 68-year-old woman in January, was slapped with new charges Tuesday that accused her of stealing more than $20,000 worth of jewelry and other items from a Darien home five months earlier.
State gives grant to lawyers suing New London
I've always been wary about the millions of dollars the administration of Gov. Dannel Malloy has poured into its Small Business Express Program, given the failures of some of the recipient businesses.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
PURA asks for tree-trimming to be suspended
The state Public Utilities Regulatory Authority today requested that tree-trimming efforts by the Connecticut Light & Power Co.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
East Haven Police Arrests: Assault, Strangulation, Disorderly Conduct
Thomas Williams, 58, of Mix Avenue in Hamden, was charged March 4 with second-degree breach of peace and third-degree assault.
Commission Chair Reflects on Talks With Peter Lanza
In a revealing interview with the The New Yorker Magazine Peter Lanza the father of the Sandy Hook School shooter opens up about his son Adam and about the tragedy "You can't get any more evil," Peter Lanza told reporter Andrew Solomon.
Police: DJ Stole Gift Cards at Holiday Party
The DJ of a holiday party in Woodbridge reportedly dipped his hands hands in a woman's pocketbook and stole gift cards.
Malloy: Special election for state reps in Hamden and New Haven to be held April 24
Governor Dannel P. Malloy on Sunday announced that a special election to fill a vacancy in the State House of Representatives serving the 94th Assembly District, which covers portions of Hamden and New Haven, will be held on Thursday, April 24, 2014.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
The Connecticut electorate is circumspect when it comes to spending $155 million of the state's budget surplus on a tax rebate program trumpeted by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, with pollsters at Quinnipiac University in Hamden characterizing the initiative as a "gimmick."
The Hartford Courant
Reader Submitted: Sign Up For Summer High School Journalism Workshops
The Connecticut Health I-Team is offering unique, one-week workshops in journalism this July for high school students interested in refining their research and writing skills, while learning about the evolving field of journalism from award-winning writers and editors.
United Healthcare Advantage program cuts impacting seniors
Connecticut Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro led a fiery discussion on the ongoing impact of cuts in the United Healthcare Medicare Advantage program.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Mandryk: Why did Wall go to Washington?
Proof that while you may argue some things are not as bad as they seem, they can always get worse, the Vancouver Canucks embarrassed themselves Thursday in a game that was supposed to mean... HAMDEN, Conn.