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  • Pay For Webster Financial CEO Totals $2.4 Million In 2013

    The chief executive of Waterbury-based Webster Financial Corp. earned a pay package of $2.4 million in 2013 but saw a sharp decline in a cash bonus tied to the bank's financial performance, a shareholder proxy filed Friday shows. Chairman and Chief...
  • Common Core Task Force Meets For First Time

    Common Core Task Force Meets For First Time
    MIDDLETOWN — The governor-appointed panel tasked with developing recommendations on how best to implement the Common Core education standards met for the first time Tuesday, with committee members declaring their support for and offering...
  • Access Health CT Intensifies Enrollment Efforts In Final Week

    Connecticut's public health exchange is intensifying its efforts to sign up people for insurance before the March 31 deadline. Access Health CT, the exchange, is partnering with nine Federally Qualified Health Centers in Bridgeport, East Hartford,...
  • Committee OKs Minimum Wage Hike; Vote Possible Wednesday

    HARTFORD — The legislature's budget committee voted Monday to support Gov. Dannel Malloy's plan to raise the state's minimum wage to $10.10 per hour by 2017, despite continuing clashes between the two political parties over the issue. Barring any...
  • Boys Basketball: A Record 20,456 Watched The Championships

    By TOM YANTZ tyantz@courant.com The Saturday-Sunday title game format worked for the CIAC, Mohegan Sun Arena and the fans. A record 20,456 watched the boys and girls championship sessions Saturday and Sunday. In previous years the finales were...
  • Mattatuck: Three New Shows

    Mattatuck: Three New Shows
    “A Feeling of Humanity: Contemporary Western Art from the Ken Ratner Collection” will be at the Mattatuck Museum, 144 West Main St. in Waterbury, opening on Thursday, March 13, with a reception from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The show, consisting of...
  • Tormenta cubre el estado con nieve

    Tormenta cubre el estado con nieve
    Ha llegado una tormenta de nieve por todo el estado, dejando varias pulgadas en Hartford para las 7:30am y haciendo el viaje resbaladizo. La nieve provocó que casi todas las escuelas del estado cerraran y que el gobernador Dannel P. Malloy le dijera a...
  • The Last Radium Girl

    Mae Keane didn't like the job she got as a teenager in Waterbury and wasn't very good at it. Her boss urged her to find something else and she did — a move that likely saved her life. Mrs. Keane, who died last weekend at 107 in Middlebury, was the...
  • Rick Green: The Lasting Power Of Stories — And Storytellers

    Rick Green: The Lasting Power Of Stories — And Storytellers
    On a summer day in 2006 I slipped into the back of a dingy Waterbury courtroom, where a handful of lawyers gathered around a decrepit 86-year-old man who sat hunched over in front of Judge Joseph Gormley. Drab, but the afternoon persists like a...
  • Yale-New Haven, Tenet Sign Partnership Deal

    Yale-New Haven Health Systems and Tenet Healthcare Corp. announced Thursday that they have officially formed a partnership. Last year, Tenet, a for-profit corporation based in Dallas, and Yale-New Haven signed a letter of intent to form a partnership....
  • Woman In Giordano Sex Case Faces More Prison Time

    Woman In Giordano Sex Case Faces More Prison Time
    The one-time prostitute and drug addict who allowed former Waterbury Mayor Philip A. Giordano to sexually abuse her daughter and niece was in federal court again Wednesday, admitting that she violated the terms of her release from prison by secretly...
  • Adolescente de Waterbury sospechoso de matar a su madre por el uso de coche

    Adolescente de Waterbury sospechoso de matar a su madre por el uso de coche
    La policía arrestó a un estudiante de escuela superior de 17 años quien presuntamente mató a su madre en enero cuando ella se negó a dejarle utilizar el coche, dijo la policía. Elijah Johnson fue acusado de asesinato el domingo. Él fue arrestado ante la...