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  1. Senators raise concerns about Yale-New Haven clinic closure plan, citing L+M talksRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Day

    State Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano, R-North Haven, and Sen. Ted Kennedy Jr., D-Branford, told state health regulators they are concerned with plans by the Yale-New Haven Health System to close its clinics in East Haven and Branford, especially in light of expanding with a possible affiliation with Lawrence + Memorial Healthcare in New London. In a June 29 letter, the two state senators asked that the state Office of Health Care Access, which regulates hospitals, to conduct a full Certificate of Need review including public hearings, to carefully examine the impact these closures will have on access to care for patients in the affected communities.


  2. Lawmakers, Malloy discuss changes to Connecticut budgetRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | The Day

    Hartford - 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.


  3. Audit: Millions may have been wasted in Connecticut disability paymentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | The Day

    Millions of dollars may have been paid in disability benefits to Connecticut retirees no longer eligible to receive them because officials stopped verifying whether they should keep sending the checks, state auditors said Wednesday. An investigation by the Democratic and Republican auditors determined the State Comptroller's Retirement Services Division stopped conducting required two-year reviews for eligibility, according to a letter to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.


  4. Malloy and his party's legislative leaders bump heads over the budgetRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 15 | The Day

    With Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and his fellow Democrats in legislative leadership bumping heads over the next budget, Senate Republicans are hoping they can coax their Democratic colleagues into bipartisan talks.  But the chances of that happening appeared slim Monday, particularly given the Senate GOP's refusal to consider supporting any tax increases over the next two fiscal years.  “We hope Democrats in our state are beginning to realize they are only pawns in the governor's national playbook,” the two highest-ranking Republicans in the Senate, Len Fasano of North Haven and Kevin Witkos of Canton, wrote in a joint statement.


  5. East Lyme faces North Haven in Class L baseball final Saturday nightRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 12 | The Day

    East Lyme players, shown here celebrating their 5-4 victory over Bunnell in the Class L baseball tournament semifinals on Wednesday, hope for a repeat performance Saturday when the Vikings play North Haven in the state final at Palmer Field in Middletown. It's been 26 years since East Lyme High School has played in ... and won ... a state championship baseball game, something the Vikings will finally do again Saturday night at 7 when they face North Haven in the CIAC Class L tournament final at Palmer Field in Middletown.


  6. Final say: Fitch softball (25-0) edges North Haven to reach second straight Class L title gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | The Day

    Fitch pitcher Caroline Taber tosses to first base after fielding an infield grounder for the second out of the seventh inning against North Haven in Monday's Class L softball tournament semifinal game. The top-seeded Falcons remained unbeaten by rallying for a 2-1 win at West Haven High School.


  7. Fitch edges North Haven, 2-1, to reach CIAC Class L softball finalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | The Day

    West Haven - Taylor Wolfgang hit a game-tying RBI triple and scored the go-ahead run on a wild pitch as top-seeded and defending champion Fitch beat No. 20 North Haven on Monday, 2-1, in the CIAC Class L softball semifinals at West Haven High School.


  8. Food Pantry of North Branford Opens Its DoorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 6 | The Day

    These brand-new shelves are stocked and ready to provide for residents in need at Food Pantry of North Branford. Late last October, Food Pantry of North Branford announced the new non-profit had found its future home.


  9. State lawmakers narrowly pass budget on final day of sessionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 4 | The Day

    Hartford - Democratic legislative leaders on Wednesday were able to push through a two-year, $40.3 billion Democratic budget on the final night of the legislative session, despite opposition from some lawmakers in their own party, Republicans and some of the state's major employers. Minutes before the General Assembly's deadline to adjourn, the Senate voted 19-17 in favor of the package, which raised a range of taxes by about $2 billion over two years, including the personal income tax for wealthy residents and various business taxes.


  10. Senate passes Democratic budget 19-17 before adjournmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 3 | The Day

    Minutes before their deadline to adjourn, the Connecticut Senate voted in favor of a two-year, $ 40.3 billion Democratic budget that was sharply criticized by Republicans and some of the state's major employers. The Democratic-controlled Senate voted 19-17 in favor of the package, which raised a range of taxes, including the personal income tax for wealthy residents and business taxes.


  11. Connecticut lawmakers reach bipartisan agreement on police body camerasRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 2 | The Day

    Hartford - Connecticut would provide money to towns and cities to equip police officers with body cameras under bipartisan legislation that passed unanimously in the state Senate on Tuesday. The House has until the close of the session Wednesday night to take up the bill, which would make $13 million in state grants available to municipalities over the next two years to purchase the body cameras and store the recorded data for up to a year.


  12. Proposed state budget diverts most new transportation dollarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2015 | The Day

    While the tentative state budget deal technically dedicates $436 million in sales tax receipts over the next two years to stabilize transportation finances and back a major infrastructure overhaul, that same spending plan effectively diverts more than 85 percent of those funds for non-transportation programs. At the same time the receipts are assigned to transportation, another $371 million in general fund resources normally earmarked for transportation would stay in the general fund - which is facing big deficits in the coming biennium.


  13. Senate's message for domestics, 'You exist, by law'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2015 | The Day

    As Friday slid toward Saturday, four Brazilian women in identical black T-shirts hugged, giggled and blinked back tears in the otherwise sedate gallery of the Connecticut Senate. Their grinning lobbyist, Bobby Shea, shushed them, without conviction.


  14. Connecticut lawmakers plan to vote Monday on $40B budgetRead the original story w/Photo

    May 31, 2015 | The Day

    Rank-and-file Connecticut lawmakers will learn more Monday about a tentative two-year budget agreement reached between Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and the General Assembly's Democrats that increases some corporate and income taxes, scales back other proposed tax hikes and dedicates part of the sales tax to rebuilding the state's transportation infrastructure. A vote on the proposed $40 billion fiscal package, agreed upon early Sunday morning by the budget negotiators, was also expected Monday.


  15. North Haven chaplain, 70, helps seafarers at Connecticut portsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2015 | The Day

    There was a language barrier that made communication difficult, but eventually she learned he had failed to get his asthma medication before boarding a ship as a crew member near the Panama Canal. "He needed a nebulizer.


  16. Slamming a door in the face of open governmentRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2015 | The Day

    Shortly after his re-election to a second term last November, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy joined a number of state officials and legislative leaders in signing a Freedom of Information Pledge for open government. This document affirms that “a successful democracy requires open, transparent, and accountable government,” and those who penned their names promised to support the independence of the state FOI Commission.


  17. Connecticut electrician to appear in 'Shark Tank' episodeRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 24, 2015 | The Day

    Westbrook - Four years ago, Greg Myerson received a form from ABC's "Shark Tank." Thinking nothing of it, he left it on his kitchen table, where it stayed until a friend urged him to fill it out. 4 comments

  18. House Democrats step off on long, difficult road to a state budgetRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 1, 2015 | The Day

    Majority Democrats in the House of Representatives tried Tuesday afternoon to get their arms around the daunting deficits facing state finances.  Sources said many members of the caucus, which controls 87 of 151 House seats, are seeking to add hundreds of millions in spending to the $40 billion, two-year budget Gov. Dannel P. Malloy proposed on Feb. 18.  That could be a problem, though, given that the governor's plan already fails to comply with the constitutional spending cap.  And even if that legal obstacle can be resolved, Democrats also haven't reached consensus on an even bigger question: How to pay for the budget the legislature must pass.  “I don't think there's any consensus yet” on most of the big budget questions, House Speaker J. Brendan Sharkey, D-Hamden, said afterward.  And though the speaker declined to talk about specifics discussed ... (more)


  19. New director of problem-gambling council namedRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2015 | The Day

    Tamara Petro, currently executive director of the North Haven-based Multicultural Leadership Institute, will transition into her new job over the next several weeks, according to Willie Coleman, president of the CCPG board, who announced Petro's appointment in a letter dated Wednesday. Coleman also announced that Cheryl Chandler, the CCPG's interim executive director, has been named assistant director.


  20. Developer buys Norwich facility leased by FedExRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 20, 2015 | The Day

    Norwich - A New York real estate development firm has purchased the building that houses the FedEx facility in the Stanley Israelite Norwich Business Park for $2.3 million as part of a multiproperty purchase in New England and New York. Four State Commercial Developers LLC of Brooklyn, N.Y., purchased the Norwich property at 3 Dominican Drive from Bridgetown LLC for $2.3 million on Feb. 13, according to property transaction records filed in the city clerk's office.


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