Strong Woman Behind Erin's Law (Teaching Children to Report Sexual Abuse) to Be Honored in Connecticut
Jane Doe No More will honor Erin Merryn, the voice behind Erin's Law, and Peggy Panagrossi, executive director at Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury, at their 5th Annual Dr. Henry C. Lee Award & Recognition Dinner.
Investigators declared her death a homicide. The official cause was arson. Fire investigators have said that whoever set the blaze used an accelerant to torch the home’s staircase, the only means of escape from her second-floor bedroom.
Arianna Huffington of The Huffington Post is coming to Connecticut for a Read to Grow event.
Another showdown is looming between a Connecticut cable system operator and the owner of two of the state’s television stations.
With President Barack Obama visiting Connecticut today to discuss efforts to increase the minimum wage nationally, we were reminded of a another, long-ago and much different connection between the president and the state, his visit to tiny rural Norfolk in Litchfield County three decades ago with his then-girlfriend.
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