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Town-Gown Issues Prompt Hamden To Delay Student Housing Permits

Hamden officials say they’ve imposed a one-year moratorium on new permits for off-campus college student housing because of loud partying, parking problems and other issues bothering local residents.

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Hillary Clinton In Town

Hillary Rodham Clinton will be headlining forums in Boston and at the University of Connecticut as she considers another run for president in 2016.

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Infant’s Death Under Investigation

Naugatuck police are looking into the untimely death of an infant at a home on Diamond Street Tuesday morning.


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More Charges In $80 Million Enfield Drug Heist

Federal authorities have charged three more Florida men in the theft of about $80 million in prescription drugs from a warehouse in Connecticut in 2010.


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Adjunct Professor Apologizes For Comments On Congressional Republicans

An adjunct English professor at Eastern Connecticut State University is apologizing for comments he made about congressional Republicans that drew the ire of the state GOP’s chairman and led the House minority leader to demand an apology from the floor of the House of Representatives.


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“Do Not Text” Registry Proposed

Connecticut lawmakers are attempting to modernize the state’s “Do Not Call Registry” and include unsolicited text messages as well as phone calls.


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Inmate Sentenced To Two More Years For Slashing Deputy Warden

A man serving 56 years in prison for his role in a 2001 killing has been sentenced to two more years behind bars for slashing a deputy warden in the face with a sharpened toothbrush two years ago.


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Legislature Approves End To Wind Power Moratorium

Connecticut lawmakers broke an impasse over energy policy on Tuesday, approving wind power regulations that end a moratorium on new turbines producing clean energy.


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State Blows Through Snow Budget

(Hartford, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – The state Department of Transportation has tallied up the costs to clear snow and ice from roads and highways this past winter. The department used $40 million this year. That eclipsed […]


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CBIA Health Connections To Offer Harvard Pilgrim

A Massachusetts-based not-for-profit health plan is moving into Connecticut this summer.