Tropical Storm Irene

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“Boil” Order Still In Effect For Some Water Systems

Nearly two weeks after Tropical Storm Irene hit Connecticut, 38 small water systems around Connecticut remain under a “boil water” advisory from the state Department of Public Health.


Damage From Trpoical Storm Irene on Northwest Drive in Farmington

FEMA Recovery Centers To Open Thursday

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says federal disaster recovery centers will open Thursday in each of Connecticut’s eight counties, with two in New Haven County.


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Police: Man With Gun Orders Power Crew Off His Property

A power crew from Michigan hired by Connecticut Light and Power to help restore electricity following Tropical Storm Irene was ordered off a property in the town of Brooklyn Monday morning by a man with a gun, said State Police.


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Drivers Get License Renewal Extension After Irene

Connecticut drivers will have some extra time to renew their licenses and registrations as they cope with delays, power outages and storm damage from Tropical Storm Irene.


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Obama Declares ‘Major Disaster’ in Connecticut

President Barack Obama has declared a major disaster in Connecticut in the wake of Tropical Storm Irene.


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Men Charged With Looting Storm-Downed Wires

Connecticut state police have arrested two men accused of attempting to steal electrical wire downed by Tropical Storm Irene in Canterbury.



State Extends Biz Tax Deadline 1 Week

Connecticut tax officials are extending by a week some business tax filing deadlines because of Tropical Storm Irene.


CT Businesses Affected by Irene Eligible for Financial Aid

Connecticut businesses damaged by Tropical Storm Irene are eligible for financial assistance from the state.