Haddam residents who fought a land exchange between Connecticut and developers cheered Wednesday the decision by developers not to pursue a swap with the state for riverfront property set aside for conservation.
Developers have pulled out of a deal with the state to swap land they own for 17 acres of state-owned property along the Connecticut River in Haddam, where they had talked about building a hotel and entertainment venue.
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.
A lightning strike is being blamed for a barn fire in Haddam that left one horse dead and the barn’s owner with minor burns.
Gov. Dannel Malloy has signed a bill into law that gives the go-ahead to a contentious land deal along the Connecticut River in Haddam.
State police have charged a Bristol man with reckless driving after clocking his Mercedes at 120 mph in Haddam
Legislation swapping state land in a deal with developers was approved by the legislature Wednesday night, handing a defeat to local activists and environmentalists who bitterly fought the exchange of property set aside for conservation.
The U.S. Coast Guard is searching for a Haddam man, who authorities say may have fallen from his boat.
A judge has sentenced a Haddam man who pleaded guilty to killing his friend in a jealous rage to 39 years in prison. Authorities say 28-year-old Benjamin James stabbed 22-year-old Stefan Lasak 17 times in […]