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  • Domestic Violence Requires Police Vigilance

    Almost exactly 30 years ago, Tracey Thurman successfully sued Torrington after local police officers failed to respond to her pleas for help in keeping her safe from her estranged husband. Now, the estate of Tiana Notice was awarded a $10 million judgment...
  • Office Depot, OfficeMax To Close 400 Locations Across U.S.

    Office Depot Inc., which acquired OfficeMax last year, is planning to close 400 U.S. stores to reduce overlap as the company tries to position itself to compete with e-retailers, mass market chains and drugstores. Shares of Office Depot, which also...
  • Looking At Kevin Ollie's Predecessors At UConn

    Let's take a look at the list of Kevin Ollie's predecessors as UConn men's baseball coach: No coach, 1901-1915: There was no coach for the first 89 games in program history. John Donahue, 1915-19: Huskies' first coach was 11-23 in four seasons. M.R....
  • As Lawmakers Wind Down, Three Languishing Bills Prove A Point

    Among the more than 250 bills hanging on with fading hopes as the last day of the state legislative session dawns, three with significance to Connecticut business illustrate different ways a bill can hang on a cliff. And all three help make the case that...
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  • Former H.S. Coach Says Natalie Butler A Good Fit For UConn

    While UConn and Georgetown transfer Natalie Butler decide if they are a match, her former high school coach at Lake Braddock High in Fairfax Station, Va., John Giannelli, said she would fit well with the Huskies. "I am a big UConn fan having played...
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  • New Law To Restrict Excessive Judges' Pensions Has Holes In It - Intentionally

     New Law To Restrict Excessive Judges' Pensions Has Holes In It - Intentionally
    State legislators vowed to pass legislation to cut back an overly generous judicial retirement provision that will give $100,000-a-year lifetime pensions to two newly appointed judges after they serve less than four years on the bench. But the...
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  • Expansion? Wing It On! Hopes To Bring It On

    Expansion? Wing It On! Hopes To Bring It On
    WATERBURY — "When I opened, I really just wanted to have one little store, be my own boss, making a modest living," said Matt Ensero, 29, owner of Wing It On! Ensero launched the wings/burgers/wraps spot in a 765-square-foot, 22-seat space in a...
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  • Busway Starting To Take Form; Planned Opening 10 Months Away

    Busway Starting To Take Form; Planned Opening 10 Months Away
    The $567 million public transit project that many figured would never happen is just months from completion, and designers are confident they'll stay on schedule. The major new bridges over Route 9 and at East and Allen streets in New Britain are in...