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    A jet missing since 1971 was found submerged in Vermont's Lake Champlain

    A jet missing since 1971 was found submerged in Vermont's Lake Champlain
    Fifty-three years after a private plane carrying five men disappeared on a snowy Vermont night, experts believe they have found the wreckage of the long lost jet in Lake ...

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    A Democratic Party official involved in a voting scandal that caused a judge to order a rerun of last year's mayoral election in Connecticut's largest city was arrested T...
    Stacy Pare and her 16-year-old son, Nasario, left a local probate court Tuesday morning to start the process of getting his last name changed, to honor the man who saved ...
    Boston — A major defense contractor was sued Tuesday over allegations that it discriminated against older workers in job ads. The lawsuit filed in federal court in Bosto...
    Connecticut's Medical Marijuana Board of Physicians has approved two new qualifying conditions: female orgasmic difficulty disorder and autism. State Department of Consum...

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    Stamford — Attorneys for Michelle Troconis, who was recently sentenced in the death and disappearance of Jennifer Dulos, are asking for her to be released while she await...
    Jun. 10—With spring melting into summer, Connecticut is experiencing all the usual sights: pollen film covering cars, buildings and other surfaces and "cotton fluff" floa...
    VINEYARD HAVEN, Mass. (AP) — An 81-year-old woman on Martha's Vineyard drove up to the Island Time dispensary last week seeking her usual order of pot. But owner Geoff Ro...
    A trio of job openings hit simultaneously at Stop & Shop's supermarket just over the Clinton line from Hammonasset Beach State Park, as the chain looks to hire help for i...
    NEW HAVEN (AP) — A Connecticut city on Sunday dedicated a new monument to immigrants to replace a statue of Christopher Columbus that was removed in 2020 amid nationwide ...

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    NEW YORK (AP) — A New York City subway station would be renamed to commemorate the Stonewall riots that galvanized the modern LGBTQ+ rights movement, under legislation ap...
    Washington — The “calamari comeback” chef who delighted viewers of the last Democratic National Convention might not be coming back. John Bordieri was dubbed by some as ...
    The state employee accused of impersonating a police officer in Old Saybrook in April denied ever representing himself as a police officer and said he looked into what he...
    A federal grand jury returned an indictment May 14, charging three men accused of involvement in the operation of the Electric Blue strip club in Tolland with prostitutio...
    Concord, N.H. — A man convicted for his role in the stabbing deaths of two Dartmouth College professors has been released from prison. James Parker was 16 at the time of ...
    Boston — Rhiannan Iffland stepped to the edge of a platform nearly seven stories above Boston Harbor, thousands of cheering fans packed onto docks, roofs and sidewalks be...
    Boston — The owner of two Boston-area pizza shops was convicted of forced labor on Friday for using physical violence and threats of reprisal or deportation against emplo...
    New York — An New York Police Department officer shot a driver in a road rage confrontation in New Jersey, then fled the scene, authorities said Friday as he was extradit...
    Hartford — State lawmakers and Gov. Ned Lamont are close to agreeing on the full extent of a late-June special session of the General Assembly to make taxes on commercial...
    Boston — A bill that would require the safe storage of firearms in Rhode Island has been approved by lawmakers and is awaiting the governor's signature. The bill, which ...