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Arrigoni Bridge (Courtesy  DOT)

Work On Arrigoni Bridge Finishes Two Months Early

State and local officials marked the official completion of rehabilitation on the 74-year-old Arrigoni Bridge between Portland and Middletown this afternoon.

10/23/2012

Wethersfield

Missing Swimmer’s Body Recovered, Identified

Wethersfield Police say the body of a man who disappeared after jumping off a boat on the Connecticut River near Wethersfield Cove Sunday has been recovered.

09/03/2012

(Courtesy Public Domain Image)

Feds End Connecticut River Salmon Effort

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service is ending its 45-year effort to restore the Atlantic salmon to the Connecticut River.

07/11/2012

Dannel Malloy (Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)

Malloy Wants Old State House Open On Sundays

Despite a multimillion-dollar tourism campaign touting Connecticut’s role in the Revolutionary War, an 18th century landmark in downtown Hartford remains closed on Sundays.

07/10/2012

Missing Swimmer Identified

State Police have identified a swimmer missing in the Connecticut River as 37-year-old Dariusz Czarnota of East Hampton.

07/02/2012

U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar signing the Blueway designation at Riverside Park in Hartford (photo by WTIC's Aaron Kupec)

Connecticut River Watershed Recognized As National Model

U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar says the Connecticut River watershed has come a long way from several decades ago when it was regarded as a landscaped sewer system.

05/24/2012

Connecticut River search (Photo by WTIC's Aaron Kupec)

Divers Search For Gun In Connecticut River

Roughly a dozen members of the CREST Regional Dive Team have been searching the Connecticut River in Hartford as part of a homicide investigation.

10/25/2011

Rocky Hill-Glastonbury Ferry (File: Bob Child. AP Photo)

Forums Planned On Ferry Closings

Connecticut officials have scheduled two public sessions to answer questions about their plans to close two historic ferry services, including one that has been operating for more than 350 years.

08/06/2011

Chester Hadlyme Ferry

Judge Throws Out Bid To Halt Ferry Closings

A Connecticut Superior Court judge has dismissed a legal effort to block Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s plan to shut two ferries that cross the Connecticut River.

08/04/2011

DEP hat

DEEP Investigates Boating Accidents

The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is investigating a pair of accident Saturday on Connecticut waters.

07/30/2011

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