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    Murphy has $9M million in campaign coffers. Critics say it’s overkill

    Murphy has $9M million in campaign coffers. Critics say it’s overkill
    With less than seven months remaining until Election Day, U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy holds a commanding lead in the money race for reelection with more than $9 million in the...

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    Two Connecticut teachers were arrested this month after they were accused of sexually assaulting minors, stressing the urgency for legislators to develop policies that wi...
    Connecticut Attorney General William Tong announced his office is seeking detailed cost and profit information from retail grocers in the state in an effort to determine whether their business practices are partly to blame for persistent high food prices.
    Portland, Maine — A North Atlantic right whale has been spotted entangled in rope off New England, worsening an already devastating year for the vanishing animals, federa...
    Medicare Advantage, the increasingly popular plans run by insurance companies that often offer dental and vision coverage and other perks beyond traditional Medicare ...

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    The high-profile failures by Bridgeport Police to properly notify families about the deaths of two Black women in late 2021 drew national headlines, local protests, chang...
    Two court cases, one criminal and one civil, are challenging Connecticut's legal cannabis program on Constitutional grounds. At the heart of both arguments is the so-call...
    A proposal to tackle waste in Connecticut could radically change how residents handle food scraps. Senate Bill 191 would make food scrap recycling mandatory. Under the pr...
    The proceedings present a historic challenge for the court, the lawyers and the everyday citizens who find themselves in the jury pool.
    What do you do with a drunken vulture? Raptor specialist Christine Cummings and her staff were faced with that exact quandry over the weekend as they tended to two hammer...

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    Plainville — Three of the town's municipal departments have pivoted to a permanent four-day workweek following the success of a pilot program. "This forward-thinking appr...
    One man has been arrested and a second arrest is expected in connection with the death of a woman who was delayed medical care when she was run over in a driveway in Wolc...
    A Connecticut-based marine and heavy construction company is being blamed for a pier collapse last fall that sent five workers into the Acushnet River, injuring two of th...
    New York — Thirteen members of the Hasidic Jewish community pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges stemming from their alleged role in a dispute over an illegal tunnel b...
    A man whose role in delivering toys to children earned him the nickname "Santa" in the Poughkeepsie, N.Y., area is facing two criminal cases stemming from incidents invol...
    Providence — Rhode Island Public Transit Authority CEO Scott Avedisian submitted a letter of resignation to Gov. Dan McKee on Thursday just two weeks after he was accused...
    Samantha Betulia said Penny, a nearly 5-year-old Labrador retriever mix, alerted her just in time and saved her, her baby and another dog, Harley.
    Four local universities are failing when it comes to fighting antisemitism on campus, according to a new report from the Anti-Defamation League. Harvard, MIT, Tufts and U...
    Boston — A U.S. Air Force veteran who fled a charge of possessing sexually explicit images of a child told his lawyer he joined Russia’s army, and video appears to show h...
    A 6-year-old boy was killed in a go-kart crash at a park in Meriden on Tuesday evening after striking and crashing under a swing gate, police said. Officers responded to ...