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  • A Platinum Pension After Three-Plus Years?

    A Platinum Pension After Three-Plus Years?
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's nomination last week of prominent New Haven lawyer Anthony Avallone as a Superior Court judge has raised questions in some quarters about judicial pension eligibility. Mr. Avallone, a former state senator and longtime member of...
  • Don't Cut Science Center — Increase Grant Pool Instead

    Bill Hosley has a solid point — one he has raised many times before: A few major institutions such as the Mark Twain House and the Connecticut Science Center, both in Hartford, are given too large a share of the limited state grant money earmarked...
  • The O'Neill Turns 50: Where Plays Go To Grow

    There must have been something in the water in the early 1960s, something that made people want to have a show right here. Suddenly, there were regional theaters everywhere — Hartford, New Haven, East Haddam, Providence and of course Waterford....
  • Safety Took A Back Seat At Metro-North

    Somehow, the once-reliable Metro-North Railroad got lackadaisical about safety. The results might have been predicted: •Four major accidents in 2013, including a derailment in Bridgeport in May in which scores were injured. •A fearsome crash...
  • First Responders Could Help Cut Heroin Deaths

    The rapid rise in heroin deaths around the nation is frightening. Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman may be just one of thousands of victims of this awful epidemic. The nation and Connecticut can do more to stop these deaths. Many are linked to a dangerous...
  • Pension Problems, And One Solution

    Connecticut has seen failings in its public-sector pension system this month and also a glimpse of a more promising future. The flaws include a judge who will get a six-figure pension for working less than four years and a mayor who may get a disability...
  • Police Survey, Records Bill Cloud 'Sunshine Week'

    This is Sunshine Week, a national initiative to promote the importance of open government, but you wouldn't know it in Connecticut. To wit: •A team of reporters from the New Haven Register and Middletown Press visited all 92 municipal police...
  • Victims' Families Support Repeal Of Death Penalty

    For opponents of the death penalty, the timing probably couldn't be worse. One of the two men accused in one the most heinous crimes in state history, the murders of three members of the Petit family in Cheshire, has been convicted and the other is about...
  • 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...
  • Prague Wrong To Propose Frontier 'Justice'

    Shame on state Sen. Edith Prague of Columbia for her ghoulish, disgusting suggestion about how to punish Joshua Komisarjevsky, the second man accused of murder in the 2007 Cheshire home invasion case that took the lives of three members of Dr. William...
  • Thumbs Up For Ollie Deal, ESPN's New Studios

    Thumbs up to reports that Kevin Ollie is close to solidifying his commitment to UConn with a new contract. Yes, the price of keeping the men's basketball coach in Storrs is reportedly $3 million a year for five years. But you get what you pay for, and he'...
  • Lawyer's Claim Over Newtown Wrong On Every Level

    Lawyer's Claim Over Newtown Wrong On Every Level
    The only good thing that can be said about New Haven attorney Irving Pinsky's move to sue the state for $100 million over the Newtown shootings is that he backed off it. It was inappropriate at every level. Last week, with the memorial services for...