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  • East Haven plane crash

    East Haven man killed in plane crash near Tweed-New Haven Airport

    NEW HAVEN — Tweed-New Haven airport officials said the plane that crashed Wednesday morning, killing one person and critically injuring a second, has a connection to the plane involved in a October 2016 crash in East Hartford that also killed a man. Officials said Pablo Campos, 31, of East Haven, died in the crash. Police said Campos and another man were on board the single-engine Piper PA-38-112, but officials have not identified the man who was hospitalized. The flight was part of a […]

  • holyland-vandalism

    Graffiti cleaned off Holy Land cross, Waterbury police continue their investigation

    WATERBURY — A contractor cleaned graffiti off the large cross at Holy Land Wednesday as police continued their investigation. A company that specializes in pressure washing completed the job Wednesday afternoon. Waterbury Police said they received their first complaints from the owners on Sunday night. The vandals used spray paint to draw graffiti on the cross according to police. Police said the drawings included multiple pentagrams and other satanic symbols. The owners of Holy land had no cost estimate for […]

  • President Trump Holds Joint Press Conference With Japanese PM Shinzo Abe

    Trump job approval rating drops to 38%: QU Poll

    HAMDEN — Voters give President Donald Trump a negative 38 – 55 percent job approval rating, his worst net score since he took office according to a new Quinnipiac Poll released Wednesday. Pollsters said that number was down from a negative 42 – 51 percent approval rating in a poll released on February 7. Officials said Trump’s negative scores are 36 – 59 percent among women and 41 – 50 percent among men.  Republicans approve 83 – 10 percent, while […]

  • Lucky Nails

    Police: New London nail salon employee was stabbed over business dispute

    NEW LONDON — One nail salon employee was stabbed with a pen and another was charged with assault Tuesday after a fight at the business, according to police. Around noon, New London Police were called to Lucky Nails Salon, 191 Jefferson Ave. to investigate the report of a fight and stabbing taking place. Police said when they arrived, they found the parties separated and one of them was bleeding from the face. Officials said both parties were employed at the salon […]

  • holyland-vandalism

    Waterbury’s Holy Land cross vandalized, police investigating

    WATERBURY — Police are investigating after the iconic Holy Land U.S.A. cross was defaced over the weekend. Waterbury Police said they received their first complaints from the owners on Sunday night. The vandals used spray paint to draw graffiti on the cross according to police. Police said the drawings included multiple pentagrams and other satanic symbols. “I couldn’t believe people actually would vandalize it, I was disheartened,” Jane Uricchio who works in Waterbury said. “It’s ridiculous I mean, it is a […]

  • capture

    Massachusetts man rescued after more than 4 hours in ocean

    YARMOUTH, Mass. — What began as a test run of his new 14 foot aluminum boat turned into hours of simply trying to survive. Arthur Muscufo said just 30 minutes after he launched from Bass River Beach, in Massachusetts, his boat overturned. “I never thought- taking water is one thing, but because I’m not used to that boat, I had no idea it would flip over that quickly and it did and it was really surprising and really scary,” said […]

  • Tanglewood

    Boston Symphony plans expansion at Tanglewood

    LENOX, Mass. — The Boston Symphony Orchestra is planning four new buildings and improvements to the grounds for its summer home, Tanglewood in the Massachusetts. The BSO complex will include space for rehearsal and concert activities for an audience of up to 200; multi-media education and lecture programs with a seating capacity of up to 300; it also will be designed to be used for variety of social and dining events.  Other buildings include a 150-seat dining cafe which will be for visitors and […]

  • safe

    Suspect takes safe from Groton home in broad daylight

    GROTON — Police are looking for a suspect that stole a safe from a home on Tuesday. Groton Town Police were called to investigate a residential burglary in the Long Hill Road section of town during the middle of the day.  Police said the suspect entered the residence and exited a short time later carrying a large safe. Officials said the suspect loaded the safe into a light colored sedan. Security cameras caught a picture of the man. Anyone with information regarding […]

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    2,000 turn out in West Hartford for Sen. Murphy town hall meeting

    WEST HARTFORD — Around 2,000 people packed West Hartford Town Hall for a public meeting with Sen. Chris Murphy Tuesday night. Crowds packed the auditorium starting more than an hour before the event was scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m. Some were sent to an overflow room to watch on closed circuit video. Even more were outside, not able to enter the building. West Hartford officials said the crowd totaled about 2,000 counting the main hall, the overflow room and […]

  • Liquor

    Small liquor stores make their case at Capitol hoping to keep minimum pricing

    HARTFORD — Small business owners lined up at the legislative office building Wednesday evening to ask lawmakers to maintain minimum prices for alcohol sales in the state. Current law forces liquor stores, large and small, to sell at prices put into place by liquor wholesalers. But Governor Dan Malloy wants to open pricing decisions up to the business owner. Small liquor store owners insist that would give big box stores a big advantage. “Every business needs to get a profit […]