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    Monday, March 04, 2024
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    State Supreme Court correct in opening cold case files

    Few crime stories captivate the public’s interest more than a long-unsolved murder, commonly known as a cold case. Yet for the family and friends of the victims in these ...
    The response to past problems at the Connecticut Port Authority should not be to dissolve it, which a legislative proposal being put forward by Gov. Ned Lamont would esse...
    JCPenney earlier this month became the most recent retailer to announce it would soon be closing its Crystal Mall location, leaving yet another gaping vacancy at the once...
    A life saved from needless, premature death is always good news. Multiple lives saved through the dedication and training of many people working together is inspirational...
    Tuesday’s narrow defeat of the motion to impeach Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas was a reminder that there are a few Republican members of the House of ...

    COLUMNS

    “I’ve seen waves before in the Bay of Fundy, but I never saw waves like that.” Today, New London Ledge Light is automated and unmanned, but on Sept. 21, 1938, lighthouse ...
    Idle Thoughts, while waiting for Opening Day, the Rangers to win the Cup and for Gus Johnson to stop shouting: • Dr. Idle, Dr. I to his close friends, was doing some dete...
    A reflection on the legacy of chef Brian Brother as he closes the doors of the Bayou.
    Fact: All six state high school football champions from 2023 and the top 16 teams in the final state polls participated in the Connecticut High School Alliance, a conflue...
    Whenever and wherever I hike, my eyes often bypass healthy, living trees – even maples, resplendent in autumn’s crimson foliage, or verdant birches in spring – while seek...

    OP-ED

    With the state's economy in free fall in 1990 and its budget deep in the red, the prospect of an income tax in Connecticut was more real than ever. However, finding a pol...
    With its desperate shortage of housing, Connecticut presents what should be a great opportunity to make a lot of money in housing construction. But a hearing held last we...
    The U.S. and the State of Connecticut are sinking deeper into debt. The skyrocketing national debt receives widespread media attention; Connecticut’s almost none. Uncle ...