The 36-year-old alternative news and entertainment weekly newspaper continued operating more than a year after its corporate parent Boston Phoenix shut down.
The men’s soccer coach at Central Connecticut State University is being suspended as a result of an incident and the contract of an assistant coach will not be renewed after an incident this month in which about 150 copies of the student newspaper were stolen and discarded.
Central Connecticut has reportedly decided to sanction its soccer coach, who was caught on videotape trashing stacks of the school’s student newspaper.
The Journal Inquirer and Hartford Courant have settled a lawsuit that accused the Courant of plagiarizing the Journal’s local news stories.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) _ New Haven’s homeless population, along with service providers and Yale University students, has launched a new newspaper by and for the city’s homeless. The Elm City Echo’s first edition has […]