Regulators Complete Preliminary "Two Storm" Utility Performance ReviewConnecticut regulators say Connecticut Light & Power's response to two destructive storms last year was inadequate and its performance will be a factor in requests for rate increases.
"Irene" Retired As A Storm NameAfter last year's hurricane, the World Meteorological Organization is retiring "Irene" as a storm name.
Governor's Office Updates Status Of Fraud Investigation Involving State Workers After StormGovernor Malloy's office has released the latest numbers of state employees who have been fired, or who resigned or retired in the investigation of fraudulent applications in a federal aid program following Tropical Storm Irene.
$51 Million In Irene Aid Headed For StateConnecticut has received $51 million in federal money to help repair roads that were damaged by the remnants of Hurricane Irene and the rare October snowstorm.
Irene Upsets Many School Opening SchedulesPower failures, flooding, road closures and other problems left by Irene have led some superintendents in New England and elsewhere in the East to delay the start of school.
Casino Business Back After Irene-Related LullConnecticut's casinos saw a drop in weekend business as a result of Tropical Storm Irene, but the chief executive at Mohegan Sun says customers are back looking for a place to eat and something to do.
Residents 'On Hold' As Damage Assessment, Recovery ContinuesGov. Dannel P. Malloy pressed for damage assessments Tuesday so storm-ravaged Connecticut could get federal assistance; school officials sorted out revised schedules, and property owners waited for safety inspections to get back into their homes while hundreds of thousands remained without power.
Irene Postpones Huskies-Rams WTIC's Joe D'Ambrosio reports from Storrs that Thursday's University of Connecticut-Fordham, football game will be postponed.
Candles May Have Ignited Portland House FireFire officials believe candles may have ignited a blaze that destroyed a home in Portland.
Malloy, Wyman To Continue Tour of Storm Damage Governor Malloy plans to get a closer look at storm damage in Fairfield County.
State Extends Biz Tax Deadline 1 Week Connecticut tax officials are extending by a week some business tax filing deadlines because of Tropical Storm Irene.
CT Businesses Affected by Irene Eligible for Financial Aid Connecticut businesses damaged by Tropical Storm Irene are eligible for financial assistance from the state.

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