East Haven

East Haven Mayor Joseph Maturo, Jr.. Photo from Town of East Haven web site.

Questions Over Who’ll Pay Mayor’s Legal Fees

EAST HAVEN, Conn. (AP) – A former East Haven official says the town should not pay for the defense of Mayor Joseph Maturo Jr. accused of sexual harassment by a former Town Hall secretary. The […]

10/07/2014

East Haven Mayor Joseph Maturo, Jr.. Photo from Town of East Haven web site.

Lawyers’ Fees Debated In Action Against Mayor

A former East Haven official says the town should not pay for the defense of Mayor Joseph Maturo Jr. accused of sexual harassment by a former Town Hall secretary.

10/07/2014

East Haven Mayor Joseph Maturo, Jr.. Photo from Town of East Haven web site.

Woman Claims Mayor Exposed Himself To Her

An administrative assistant at East Haven Town hall has filed a complaint against the mayor, alleging he exposed himself to her as part of a pattern of sexual harassment.

08/01/2014

East Haven Mayor Joseph Maturo, Jr.. Photo from Town of East Haven web site.

Mayor Appeals Decision Denying Him Pension

East Haven’s mayor has gone to court in an effort to have his firefighter’s disability pension reinstated.

06/24/2014

File photo of an East Haven police car (credit: Getty Images)

Settlement In East Haven Discrimination Civil Suit

East Haven’s Board of Police Commissioners in a unanimous vote Tuesday night approved a $450,000 settlement concerning civil rights violations committed by police.

06/11/2014

East Haven Town Hall. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.

Town Settles Civil Rights Suit

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) – Attorneys for Latino residents who filed a civil rights lawsuit against East Haven police say the town has agreed to pay the plaintiffs $450,000 and adopt a policy that limits […]

06/09/2014

East Haven (Spencer Platt/Getty Images News)

East Haven Police May Soon Wear Cameras

East Haven police could soon be wearing cameras as part of a federal consent decree requiring changes to prevent bias.

04/15/2014

East Haven (Spencer Platt/Getty Images News)

Charges Reduced, Conn. Immigrant Hopes To Stay In US

An Ecuadorian immigrant facing possible deportation said Wednesday he hopes to be allowed to stay in the United States after a court removed a felony conviction stemming from a clash with a now-disgraced Connecticut police officer.

03/19/2014

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Police Complaints Bill Under Consideration In Legislature

Connecticut lawmakers are considering imposing new requirements on police departments statewide on how they receive and investigate citizen complaints about officer misconduct.

03/17/2014

Gateway Community College

East Haven Woman Sentenced To Time Served For College Threat

An East Haven woman has been sentenced to time already served of about 10 months for threatening to bomb and shoot up Gateway Community College.

03/03/2014

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