Gustave Whitehead First to Fly? Maybe. Will His Fairfield House Crash?

04/15/14

Gustave Whitehead First to Fly? Maybe. Will His Fairfield House Crash?

The debate over who first achieved motorized flight may continue elsewhere, but here in Connecticut, there's no question.

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WNBA, Connecticut Sun Continue to Thrive

04/15/14

WNBA, Connecticut Sun Continue to Thrive

After a bright start—studded with homegrown players like former UConn star Rebecca Lobo—the WNBA and the Connecticut Sun continue to find success as they enter their 17th season.

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Day Care Costs Connecticut Families More Than Public College Tuition

04/13/14

Day Care Costs Connecticut Families More Than Public College Tuition

According to a report cited in a Washington Post story, it costs $3,343 a year more for day care than for public college tuition in Connecticut.

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Demonstrators Fight Against Income Inequality in Connecticut Cities

04/10/14

Demonstrators Fight Against Income Inequality in Connecticut Cities

Demonstrators took to the streets in Hartford, Stamford, Middletown, Torrington, West Haven and other Connecticut cities to bring attention to growing income inequality.

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Aftermath of Massive Connecticut Fire: $3 Million in Damage, $18,000 in Overtime, 150 Firefighters, 25 Departments ...

04/09/14

Aftermath of Massive Connecticut Fire: $3 Million in Damage, $18,000 in Overtime, 150 Firefighters, 25 Departments ...

Torrington's fire marshal said he expects to make a final ruling as early as the end of the week on the cause of the massive fire that destroyed a warehouse last week.

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