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Bradley International Airport

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  • Voting On For State's Best Tourism Site

    From the Mark Twain House and Museum to the Coventry Regional Farmers Market, state residents have chosen 10 finalists in the #CTFanFavorite tourism campaign online. Now the voting starts to pick a fan-favorite. From July 17 to 31, the Connecticut Office...
  • October Storm Hits Connecticut

    Nov 8 Some 18,000 Connecticut Light and Power customers were still without power midday Tuesday, most in the Simsbury area. About one-third of Simsbury was without electricity, as was a quarter of Avon and Farmington, and many in Granby, Canton,...
  • Bradley Delays More Fun Thanks To Newest Bars, Restaurants

    Bradley Delays More Fun Thanks To Newest Bars, Restaurants
    Let's face it. Airport travel is unavoidably stressful. By the time you park, lug and check your bags and proceed shoeless through long security lines, you're ready for a drink. And that's even before any dreaded DELAYED or CANCELLED messages flash on the...
  • Stop Pilfering Funds For Roads, Bridges

    The roads and bridges that most of us use each day are not free. They have to be repaired and maintained, and this costs a lot of money. Nearly three decades ago, following the collapse of the Mianus River bridge on I-95 in Greenwich, state officials...
  • Kevin Schools On Son's Death: 'I Couldn't Understand How This Happened'

    Kevin Schools On Son's Death: 'I Couldn't Understand How This Happened'
    Kevin Schools stood on the grass next to the pond in Hartford's Elizabeth Park on a spring night in 2007. Police and ambulance lights swept over him. He was in shock. He had gotten a phone call at home in Enfield on that mild May evening that broke...
  • Long Hours And Sharp Elbows

     For much of his life, Dannel Malloy has been an avid fan of hockey and rugby.     Both rough-and-tumble sports are highly physical and require quick movements, sharp elbows and fast decisions. A rugby player for 22 years, Malloy finally quit when his...
  • Airlines, State Police Help Mourners Get To Newtown For Free

    Hundreds of mourners who attended funerals of the Newtown victims flew for free to New York and Connecticut, and some of those mourners were chauffeured from the airport to Newtown by Connecticut state troopers. Mary Ellen Jones, chairwoman of the...
  • Connecticut's Tobacco is Considered to Be Some of the Finest in the World

    Connecticut's Tobacco is Considered to Be Some of the Finest in the World
    Eighteen months. That's the amount of time it can take between the moment a leaf of premium Connecticut shade-grown tobacco is picked and the day the farmer who grew it gets paid. In between, that leaf is handled with delicate care: hung to be cured...
  • New Northeast Utilities Should Stay A Player

    For nearly two decades, Northeast Utilities has been an unusually strong and imaginative force in economic development in Connecticut and western Massachusetts. The company's economic development and community relations department had a small core of...
  • UConn Ensures That DePaul Has A Bumpy Ride From Start To Finish

    UConn Ensures That DePaul Has A Bumpy Ride From Start To Finish
    – DePaul flew halfway across the country Sunday morning – one day later than expected. The team was picked up at Bradley International Airport by a bus for the drive to UConn – 30 minutes later than projected. Then, the Blue Demons...
  • Obama Vows To Find Those Responsible For Bombings

    — President Barack Obama vowed justice for the victims of the Boston bomb attacks on Monday but cautioned against the urge to "jump to conclusions" before a full investigation is done. "We still do not know who did this or why, and people shouldn'...
  • Airline Operations Resuming in Wake of Sandy

    Airline Operations Resuming in Wake of Sandy
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Air travel was starting to get back to normal Wednesday in the wake of Superstorm Sandy. More than 19,500 flight have been canceled as a result of the storm, according to flight tracking site FlightAware.com. Some 7,074 flights...