Norwich Stabbing Leaves Two Injured

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On July 15, 2016 at 9:44 p.m. Norwich Police Officers responded to a report of a stabbing in front of a residence on Taftville Occum Road. A subsequent investigation revealed that two adult males were involved in a physical altercation which resulted in… Read More

Raise Likely for Killingly Town Manager

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The Killingly town council met on Tuesday to review town manager Sean Henricks performance over the past two years. Hendrick’s received high marks from the council who outlined recommendations on what areas can use improvement moving forward. As town manager, Hendricks works on… Read More

No Pokemon’s at Church, Only a Naked Lady

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To young men hoping to find a Pokemon in St. Luke’s Church prayer garden in Westport, Ct. weren’t able to locate a Pokemon. Led to the garden by the smartphone game “Pokemon Go”, they were able to find a naked woman in the… Read More

Untimely Death in Sterling, CT

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State Police Detectives from Eastern District Major Crime are investigating the untimely death of a 9 month old baby girl. On July 14, 2016 at approximately 11:44 a.m. Troopers from D-Danielson responded to 12 Logan Way, Sterling for a 9 month old baby… Read More

More Layoffs Coming to Connecticut

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Governor Malloy’s proposed layoff of state employees as part of the state budget is moving closer to his 2,500 personnel being given pink slips. Another round of layoffs has been announced in the executive branch. Another 238 employees will be given lay-off notices,… Read More

Willimantic Madam Under Arrest

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Sheila Velasquez, of Willimantic, has been running a house of ill repute out of her home since December. She was placed under arrest Thursday for running a prostitution ring in the city of Willimantic. Velasquez was arrested without incident and is being held… Read More

Heroin Search Warrant ends in arrest of Thompson Man

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  On 07/13/2016 at approximately 6:00 pm, members of the Troop-D Quality of Life Task Force, the Statewide Narcotics Task Force-East Office, and personnel assigned to the Troop D “Danielson Barracks” executed a narcotics related search and seizure warrant at #13 Ravenelle Street,… Read More

Big Brother is Watching Danielson

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The Killingly Town Council approved the placement of five new surveillance cameras in Danielson, to be added in the next couple of months, in an attempt to curb potential crime in the area. Two of the new cameras will be placed on the… Read More

Go to Prison in Connecticut and Attend College for FREE

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If you are a prisoner at either Corrigan-Radgowski Correctional Institute in Montville or York Correctional Institute in Niantic, you will be able to attend college this fall for free. This is thanks to a new Second Chance Pell pilot program, initiated by the… Read More

Connecticut Soda Maker Enters Election Season Offerings

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Avery’s Beverages, a 112-year-old soda maker in New Britain, Connecticut, has released two specialty sodas named for the presumed presidential nominees. Trump Tonic comes with the slogan, “Make America grape again.” and Hillary Hooch is a berry soda with ingredients that the company… Read More

Safety of Route 12 Bridge Called Into Scrutiny

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The Route 12 bridge which runs over the Shetucket River in Lisbon is one of 35 Connecticut bridges being called into scrutiny after the bridge inspector has been accused of falsifying reports in New York. Akram Ahmad, 57, of Bridgeport, has worked on… Read More

Is “Connecticut Grown” Really Connecticut Grown ?

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Connecticut agricultural officials are starting to crackdown on vendors at farmers markets who are selling produce marked as “Connecticut Grown”, but is not truly grown in Connecticut. The inspections are a result of a new state law that requires anyone selling what they… Read More

E. Coli Cake Mix Recall

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Betty Crocker has announced a recall of two Super Moist Cake Mixes, which may be linked to a possible E. Coli outbreak. These two cake mixes used the flour that has been recalled by General Mills. · Betty Crocker Delights Super Moist Carrot… Read More

Tax Free Shopping Starts August 21

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Connecticut’s Annual One-Week Sales and Use Tax Exclusion for Clothing and Footwear Costing Less Than $100 runs from Sunday August 21 through Saturday, August 27. There is a lengthy list of items which are excluded from tax free purchases. Antique clothing, Gloves, Rented… Read More

Clothing Drop-Off Bins Now Regulated in Plainfield

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Prior to February of this year, Plainfield was home to approximately 20 clothing drop off bins, many on vacant land, which had become dumping grounds for unwanted household waste. Public work crews were forced away from their regular duties to haul discarded mattresses,… Read More

No Blueberry Pancakes for Breakfast Due to Recall

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Continental Mills, makers of Krusteaz Blueberry pancake mixes, has voluntarily recalled specific lots of the mix due to concerns that it could be contaminated with E. coli 0121. Continental Mills, has used some of the flour products recalled by General Mills in certain… Read More