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A debate question for Rep. Hewett

The strange tale of a lawmaker who surreptitiously introduced a lobbyist's plan for a new taxing...

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Savoring the Seasons: Add a summer crunch to your bruschetta

Served over grilled crusty bread, bruschetta is a perfect appetizer to bring to a backyard picnic. Add some grilled shrimp or chicken, and it’s a quintessential light summer meal.

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Joey Luketich, left, and Sam Godfrey apply denatured alcohol to clean up after sanding the transom of the schooner Amistad docked at Mystic Seaport Monday, July 25, 2016. The schooner is in the late stages of a comprehensive refit under the auspices...

Block Island Wind Farm ready for final construction phase

The Block Island Wind Farm entered its final phase of construction Monday, with five foundations installed, 30 miles of undersea cable laid and the last shipment of turbine blades scheduled to arrive from France by the end of this week.

Aldi supermarket slated for Family Bowl lot in Waterford

The Massachusetts developer buying the site of the Family Bowl bowling alley plans to demolish the building and contract with the discount grocery chain Aldi to build a supermarket in its place.

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UPDATED: Malloy addresses delegates at Democratic National Convention

Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is touting the accomplishments of Democratic governors at the party's national convention in Philadelphia

26 CT agencies say no more layoffs — for now

The leaders of 26 Executive Branch agencies have informed Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget office of significant cuts they will be making to meet major savings targets in the new state budget. They also have said that no state employees need to be...

U.S. Naval War College welcomes a new president

The U.S. Naval War College in Rhode Island is welcoming a new president

Fewer women in office than men in Connecticut

Women are trailing men in Connecticut when it comes to elected representation in city halls, the state legislature and Congress