Public Urged To Comment On New Statewide Recreation ReportMembers of the public are being urged to comment on a statewide plan for outdoor recreation in Connecticut.
Swim Areas ClosedSix areas are off limits to swimmers in Connecticut for the foreseeable future, including three popular shoreline destinations.
Not All Happy With Fuel Charge ProposalThe public will get a half dozen opportunities in August and September to comment on a Comprehensive Energy Strategy released this week by the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.
DEEP: Some Areas Off Limits To Swimmers
Coyote Attacks Dog In HarwintonThe Harwinton animal control officer is advising residents to keep an eye on pets that are outdoors.
Bear Cub Dies After Hit By Car The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection says it put down a black bear cub after it was hit by a car.
Fewer Trout Stocked For Start Of Fishing SeasonBecause of maintenance at one hatchery and budget cuts at a second hatchery, the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection will release about 90,000 fewer trout this year, than last year.
3 Women Injured In Bobcat AttackThree women sustained injuries when today when a bobcat bit them in Colchester.
Deer Rescued From Frozen Connecticut River Is EuthanizedA deer that was rescued from a frozen Connecticut river has been euthanized because it suffered severe injuries.
Rescuers Save Deer Trapped On Frozen Farmington RiverA deer has been rescued after being trapped for hours on a frozen river in Simsbury.
Malloy Taps New PURA CommissionerGov. Dannel P. Malloy has nominated a deputy commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection to serve as the third commissioner on the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority.
Connecticut Abandons Review Of Gas Pipeline ProposalsConnecticut energy officials are abandoning a review of pipeline proposals to bring more natural gas into the state and the region.