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  • GOP Chief Seeks Probe Of DOT, Malloy Friend

    The state's Republican chairman said Tuesday that Gov. Dannel P. Malloy should call for an investigation into the state Department of Transportation – now that a company working on a major highway project has fired and is suing a top executive for...
  • Warrant: Father Admits To Police He Hurt His Infant Daughter

    Warrant: Father Admits To Police He Hurt His Infant Daughter
    HARTFORD — Marcus Rooks was preparing to take his 2-month-old daughter Adore Daniels to visit his mother Sunday evening when the baby became fussy. The baby's mother, Lavasha Outlaw, had left Adore in Rooks' care while she went to work. Rooks, 32,...
  • Middletown Business Owner, Remington Rand Property Manager, Arrested On Assault Charge

    Middletown Business Owner, Remington Rand Property Manager, Arrested On Assault Charge
    MIDDLETOWN — The property manager at the city's Remington Rand business incubator facility was arrested on assault charges related to a dispute with a former employee, according to an arrest warrant affidavit. Johnny Moore, 54, is the owner of...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Leatherman Is Alive!

    Leatherman Reenactment - 365-Mile Walk of Leatherman's Circuit (Happening Now) Between the years of 1858-1889 a man nicknamed "Leatherman" traveled the same 365-mile circuit, walking in a clockwise loop around New England and parts of Upper New York...
  • Assistant Principal Selected To Lead Woodrow Wilson Middle School In Middletown

    MIDDLETOWN — The board of education has selected Robert Conroy to become the next principal at Woodrow Wilson Middle School. Conroy is currently an assistant principal at the school, and will take over when current Principal Joseph Cassella retires...
  • Gas Leak In Downtown Middletown

    MIDDLETOWN — Police and fire officials evacuated one building and closed several streets after a gas leak downtown on Main Street on Thursday. The leak was discovered in front of 505 Main Street. The gas company is responding to address the issue...
  • Murphy: U.S. Should Impose Sanctions On Russia

     Murphy: U.S. Should Impose Sanctions On Russia
    NEWINGTON -- U.S. Sen. Christopher Murphy said Tuesday that the U.S. should assume Russia has invaded eastern Ukraine and immediately impose "crippling" sanctions. "I think [Russian President Vladimir Putin] is just goading the United States and...
  • Company On Major Highway Job Fires, Sues VP

    A high-ranking manager has been fired from a construction firm that's playing a key role in reconstructing service areas on Connecticut highways after he improperly obtained more than $50,000 worth of improvements to his home, the firm alleges in a...
  • Middletown Council Begins Budget Hearings Tuesday

    MIDDLETOWN — The common council will hold its first of three budget hearings Tuesday night, with department presentations scheduled from the mayor's office, finance department and the four public safety departments. In the budget hearings, the...
  • Lawyers Fight Placement Of Juvenile In Male Correction Facility

    Lawyers for the youth who was transferred out of the care of the Department of Children and Families and into an adult prison pressed for a court order Thursday barring the youth's placement at the Manson Correctional Institute for males up to the age...
  • HS Baseball Ratings: Xavier Opening No. 1 In Area; Greenwich Tops In State

    Xavier High of Middletown is No. 1 in The Courant's first area high school baseball ratings of the season. Last week the Falcons defeated Shelton and West Haven. Greenwich, has opened 3-0, is No. 1 in the state. (Monday games not included). State 1....
  • Democratic congressional race heating up in Bucks County

    Democrats Shaughnessy Naughton and Kevin Strouse have opened campaign offices barely a block apart on Mill Street, the main drag in Bristol. Neither of the candidates seeking their party's nomination for Congress lives in Bristol, but the struggling...