Three Drive-In Theaters Keep Classic Summer Fun in Connecticut Alive Against the Odds

03/20/14

Three Drive-In Theaters Keep Classic Summer Fun in Connecticut Alive Against the Odds

The list of “dead” drive-ins in Connecticut to be mourned is long and littered with once-thriving landscapes. But take heart, this unique form of entertainment and lifestyle experience is not completely gone from the state.

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The Great Cheese Labeling War; Connecticut Farmers on the Front Lines

03/18/14

The Great Cheese Labeling War; Connecticut Farmers on the Front Lines

The United States and the European Union are fighting over who owns the names of popular cheeses like Muenster and Parmesan as part of a new fair trade agreement.

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Connecticut Aid in Dying Bill Draws Emotional Testimony in Hearing

03/18/14

Connecticut Aid in Dying Bill Draws Emotional Testimony in Hearing

An emotional public hearing got under way Monday with stories on both sides of the issue of prescribing lethal medication to competent individuals.

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HIV Equal Effort Doctor, Mother, 92, Back Connecticut Aid in Dying Bill

03/16/14

HIV Equal Effort Doctor, Mother, 92, Back Connecticut Aid in Dying Bill

Gloria Blick, 92 who was appointed by Gov. Dannel Malloy when he was mayor of Stamford to serve on the city’s Commission on Aging, doesn't share the governor's hesitations on Connecticut's aid in dying bill.

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Higher One's Future Cloudy as Fees Investigated, Stock Price Drops, Executives Depart

03/14/14

Higher One's Future Cloudy as Fees Investigated, Stock Price Drops, Executives Depart

Once a rising business star, New Haven’s Higher One stands accused of victimizing the students it was supposed to help—one fee at a time.

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