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  1. Musical chairs for judges on federal benchRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Connecticut Post

    U.S. District Judge Jeffrey A. Meyer, who has sat in the federal courthouse on Lafayette Boulevard for the past 18 months, will be moving to the federal courthouse in New Haven this week. U.S. District Judge Jeffrey A. Meyer , who has sat in the federal courthouse on Lafayette Boulevard for the past 15 months, will be moving to the federal courthouse in New Haven on July 1. Chief U.S. District Judge Janet C. Hall said Meyer will be using the chambers occupied by newly retired U.S. District Judge Ellen Bree Burns on the second floor of the federal courthouse on Church Street.

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  2. Main Street blight begins to see the lightRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Connecticut Post

    For months, workers have been gutting buildings between Cannon and Golden Hill Streets, with the goal of creating ground-level retail space and apartment housing when they are finished. For now, decrepit buildings loom over chain-link fences that block off sidewalks and street parking.

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  3. Broken Devon bridge snarls Metro-NorthRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Connecticut Post

    Mechanical problems have left a Connecticut span of a 111-year-old bridge stuck in the open position, delaying Metro-North trains to and from New York City. The Devon Movable Bridge between Stratford and Milford carries trains on the New Haven line, Waterbury branch, Amtrak and Shore Line East over the Housatonic River.

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    Sunday Jun 28 | Connecticut Post

    Lawmakers interupt their summer vacations for unfinished business on Monday morning, when the House and Senate are scheduled to put the finishing touches on the two-year, $40.3 billion budget that takes effect on Wednesday, July 1 at 12:01 a.m. They're cutting it close, but leaders expect the special legislative session to take only one day, when they approve several pieces of legislation that will relieve businesses of some taxes that triggered sharp criticism and threats of moving from Connecticut by two iconic corporations, General Electric and Aetna.

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  5. Ted Kennedy Jr.'s phone rings with taxpayer outcryRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 27 | Connecticut Post

    State Sen. Ted Kennedy, Jr., D-12, says he's been bombarded by phone calls from across Connecticut, admonishing him for his support of a state budget that raises taxes by $1.2 billion over the next two years. Most of the calls are from outside of his shoreline district east of New Haven, according to Kennedy.Photo: Brian A. Pounds / File Photo The freshman state senator from Branford says he's been bombarded by "hundreds" of phone calls from across Connecticut - choreographed by the conservative Yankee Institute - admonishing him for his support of a state budget that raises taxes by $1.2 billion over the next two years.

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  6. Democrats reach deal on budget changesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Connecticut Post

    Democratic legislative leaders announced Friday they've reached an agreement with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy 's administration on last-minute changes to the state budget that sparked strong criticism from major employers, including two that threatened to leave Connecticut. Rank-and-file lawmakers are scheduled to return to the Capitol on Monday for a special legislative session to vote on the changes, which House Speaker Brendan Sharkey , D-Hamden, said includes Malloy's proposal to roll back nearly $224 million of the planned $1.5 billion in tax increases over two years.

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  7. FRA threatens to fine Connecticut over rail safetyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Connecticut Post

    The Federal Railroad Administration says it will fine Metro-North and Connecticut if the state and the commuter railroad fails to meet a Dec. 31 deadline to install positive train control on its tracks. Sarah Feinberg , acting FRA administrator, said during congressional testimony Wednesday the agency will enforce the deadline to install a high-tech safety system, which many believe could have prevented recent fatal train accidents, such as the Bronx derailment which killed four passengers.

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  8. Uber targeting Connecticut cities for drivers, ridesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Connecticut Post

    Uber, the taxi-like service that has become almost synonymous with mobile technology, says it has a new focus in Connecticut - inner cities. The company is holding a series of information sessions and skill-building workshops in Connecticut cities, starting with New Haven, that company officials said will bring on 1,500 drivers in those communities over the next year.

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    Friday Jun 19 | Connecticut Post

    Democratic legislative leaders and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Friday discussed possible 11th-hour changes to the state budget, including "alternative revenues." The private meeting came a week after the Democratic governor announced his own plan to roll back nearly $224 million of the $1.5 billion tax increases in the two-year, $40.3 billion Democratic budget that narrowly passed the General Assembly on June 3. Malloy's proposal targeted mostly the business tax increases, which have been strongly criticized by some major employers, two of whom threatened to move out of the state.

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  10. Vanderberg denies guilt in deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Connecticut Post

    Leighton Vanderberg waived a hearing on probable cause Wednesday and instead pleaded not guilty in the death of popular store owner Jose Salgado. Vanderberg, 22, of New Haven, simply stated "Yeah," when asked by Superior Court Judge Robert Devlin if he understood his rights.

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  11. Church audience looks for answers on policingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Connecticut Post

    Months ago, leaders from Bethel AME Church on the West End ventured past the pews to see what concerned people in their community. Outcries of slow police response times and a sense that their neighborhoods were unsafe were the result of 169 such conversations near the church and across town by Mount Aery Baptist Church .

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  12. Thumbs up, thumbs downRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 16 | Connecticut Post

    THUMBS UP to Newtown Police Chief Michael Kehoe as he approaches retirement after 14 years on the job. We'd imagine there's no "easy day" in the life of a police chief, but Kehoe had to not only live through, but lead and be an anchor for a department and a community, on one of the worst days in the nation's history: Dec. 14, 2012, the day a deranged gunman shot his way into Sandy Hook Elementary School and killed 20 first-graders and six educators.

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    Tuesday Jun 16 | Connecticut Post

    Platt Tech's Class of 2015 Graduation at Southern Connecticut State University's Lyman Center for the Performing Arts in New Haven, Conn., on Tuesday June 16, 2015.

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    Tuesday Jun 16 | Connecticut Post

    Emily Accardi, of Stratford, adjusts her cap before walking out to get her diploma, during Platt Tech's Class of 2015 Graduation at Southern Connecticut State University's Lyman Center for the Performing Arts in New Haven, Conn., on Tuesday June 16, 2015. Students Jaeda Lopez, of Stratford, left, Maryann Anderson, of West Haven, center, and Jessica Caramanica, of Milford, blow bubbles and take pictures before the start of Platt Tech's Class of 2015 Graduation at Southern Connecticut State University's Lyman Center for the Performing Arts in New Haven, Conn., on Tuesday June 16, 2015.

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  15. 2 siblings found dead in gas-filled home laid to restRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 16 | Connecticut Post

    Michael Moore, center, father of deceased children Aleisha, 6, and Daaron, 7, is hugged outside of the Varick Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church before funeral services for the children in New Haven, Conn., Tuesday, June 16, 2015. The children's mother, LeRoya Moore, is detained on murder charges and wasn't allowed to attend the funeral.

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  16. Cops: More than a dozen vehicles hit by truckRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 15 | Connecticut Post

    Police say a driver was either under the influence or suffering from a mental condition when he hit 15 vehicles near New Haven. Authorities say the man was driving a Chevrolet pickup truck hit a parked car behind American Legion Hall Saturday afternoon in West Haven.

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  17. Company gives car tax delinquents the - boot' in BridgeportRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 13 | Connecticut Post

    Each spring and fall VioAlert is given the license plates of vehicles in Bridgeport with back taxes of $100 or more - "no names, no addresses," emphasized city Finance Director Anne Kelly-Lenz - and sends employees hunting through neighborhoods. Some of the vehicles are given a boot to a car wheel that makes it nearly impossible to moves.

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  18. Local superintendent donates kidney to sonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 12 | Connecticut Post

    Rusell Title and his father, Supt. of Schools David Title, share a meal at Yale-New Haven hospital after David Title donated a kidney to his son.

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  19. Connecticut Open announces program for non-profitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 9 | Connecticut Post

    Taking an idea from the Travelers Championship, the Connecticut Open Tennis Tournament is not only hoping for the same success, but also looking to help generate funds for the state's non-profit organizations. Starting on June 22, any non-profit organization can register with the CT Open, receive a promo code number and then, give that number out to prospective ticket buyers.

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  20. Mom of alleged killer tells victim's family "sorry" for their lossRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 9 | Connecticut Post

    It was an unexpected meeting between the family of a murdered store owner and the family of his alleged killer. Following a brief court hearing Tuesday morning, in which Treizy Lopez pleaded not guilty to fatally shooting store owner Jose Salgado, Lopez's mother and sister rushed out of the courtroom to catch up to the Salgado family at the elevator.

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