Federal Officials Visit Connecticut To Review Crumbling FoundationsOfficials from the Army Corps of Engineers and FEMA have wrapped up a 2-day visit to Connecticut, to review the state's problem with crumbling foundations.
Lawmakers Hail Bipartisan Bill To Address Crumbling FoundationsA bipartisan bill that could provide some real money to homeowners plagued by failing foundations in Eastern Connecticut has cleared the legislature's public safety committee.
Coalition Calls For Federal Probe Into Failing FoundationsThe The Connecticut Coalition Against Crumbling Basements is calling for a federal investigation into the failing foundations plaguing homeowners in Eastern Connecticut.
Informational Hearing On Failing FoundationsThe crumbling foundations plaguing homeowners in Eastern Connecticut were the focus of an hours-long legislative forum in Hartford Thursday.
Malloy Prepared To Put Up State Money To Test FoundationsGovernor Dannel Malloy says he is prepared to put up state money to determine the true scope of crumbling foundations in Eastern Connecticut.
How Crumbling Foundations Affect The Real Estate MarketCrumbling foundations in Eastern Connecticut will affect the real estate market for 25 years to come. That's the prediction of Dan Keune, president-elect of the Connecticut Association of Realtors.
State Officials Issue Final Report On Failing FoundationsThe state Department of Consumer Protection has issued a final report on failing foundations in Connecticut.
Senators Propose Plan To Help Homeowners With Crumbling FoundationsTwo state senators are proposing a plan to help Connecticut homeowners-- largely in the eastern part of the state-- who are grappling with failing foundations from the mineral pyrrhotite in the concrete.
Looks Like The End For Route 11 ExpansionIt's the end of the line--literally--for the Route 11 extension project in Salem.
3 Towns Consider Regional Elementary SchoolThree small towns in Eastern Connecticut are considering a plan to regionalize their elementary schools.
Rep. Courtney To Tour Eastern Conn. Farms
Two Men Sentenced To Prison For Mortgage FraudTwo eastern Connecticut men have been sentenced to prison for separate mortgage frauds that conned lenders out of millions of dollars.

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