February Was Coldest Month Ever in Connecticut; Snowfall Total No Record

02/27/15

February Was Coldest Month Ever in Connecticut; Snowfall Total No Record

This may not be a record-setting snowfall season, but it is for freezing temperatures. If the current pattern continues, this February could break the record and be the coldest winter month in Connecticut history.

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Hartford’s Double-A Baseball Team Could Get a Craft Beer-Inspired Name

02/26/15

Hartford’s Double-A Baseball Team Could Get a Craft Beer-Inspired Name

The New Britain Rock Cats are running a “Name the Team” contest that will help decide the team’s new moniker and one fan is lobbying for a name that pays homage to Connecticut’s brewing industry.

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More Earthquakes in Plainfield; 14 & Counting, 70+ With Micro Quakes

02/20/15

More Earthquakes in Plainfield; 14 & Counting, 70+ With Micro Quakes

Information gathered from four portable seismographs set up in Plainfield during January’s earthquake swarm reveals more earthquakes then previously recorded and gives insight into the source of the disturbances.

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Blumenthal Sponsors BREW Act to Aid Craft Beer Brewers, But He’s No IPA Fan

02/16/15

Blumenthal Sponsors BREW Act to Aid Craft Beer Brewers, But He’s No IPA Fan

Eliminating taxes for small breweries will create jobs across Connecticut and the U.S., Sen. Richard Blumenthal said at Thomas Hooker Brewing Co. in Bloomfield Monday.

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Ukrainian Fighters Treated at Yale, Other Connecticut Hospitals

02/16/15

Ukrainian Fighters Treated at Yale, Other Connecticut Hospitals

In a simpler time, Roman Lutsiuk, 38, was safe in northwestern Ukraine where he lived with his wife and two daughters.

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