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  • Thousands of residents to receive electric refunds following third-party supplier billing error

    HARTFORD — Attorney General William Tong announced that thousands of Connecticut consumers will receive refund checks from third-party electric suppliers following systematic rate notice errors dating back to 2016. See the statement from Tong’s office which includes a complete list of third-party suppliers required to provide refunds, below. The Office of the Attorney General and Office of Consumer Counsel first cautioned against the potential for such errors in 2015, and urged the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) to put in […]

  • Report: High levels of arsenic found in bottled water sold at Whole Foods, Target and Walmart

    OAKLAND, Calif. – Independent lab tests found high levels of the toxic metal arsenic in two brands of bottled water sold at grocery and big box stores, according to the Center for Environmental Health. The two brands are Peñafiel and Starkey Spring Water, according to the report. Target and Walmart sell Peñafiel, and Starkey is owned by Whole Foods. On Friday, Keurig Dr. Pepper announced the voluntary recall of Peñafiel unflavored mineral spring water “due to the presence of violative levels […]

  • Family of Jennifer Dulos release new statement and picture as search reaches fourth week

    NEW CANAAN — It’s been four weeks since Jennifer Dulos was reported missing and as State Police continue searching for the missing mom of 5, Carrie Luft has released a new statement on behalf of family and friends. “Four weeks have elapsed since Jennifer Farber Dulos disappeared. None of this feels real. We tell ourselves that this kind of nightmare happens to people in stories, not to those we know and love. But this situation is real, and it is […]

  • Woman severely injured inside compactor at New London supermarket

    NEW LONDON — New London police responded to reports of a store compactor injury Wednesday afternoon at the NSA Supermarket on South Frontage Road. Police were on scene around 3:20 p.m. and found a woman inside the store’s compactor with severe injuries. According to authorities, it looked like the woman had been inside the compactor for a long time and while it was running. The woman was rescued from the machine and taken to L&M Hospital. She is not being […]

  • Person killed in conveyor belt accident at New Milford warehouse

    NEW MILFORD — Officials responded to reports of a person trapped in a conveyor belt at New Milford Block and Supply Friday afternoon. New Milford police confirm this was a fatal industrial accident. The victim was killed after falling into the conveyor belt system. The local warehouse is a concrete company located at 574 Danbury Road. We will bring you more information as we receive it.

  • Woman dies in serious North Branford crash on Route 17

    NORTH BRANFORD — Police confirmed a woman died in a serious crash Thursday night in North Branford. North Branford police say the crash happened on Middletown Avenue, near the corner of Maltby Lane. A stretch of Route 17 was closed for some time while the crash was under investigation. The woman has not been identified at this time. Police are investigating the crash

  • Paid extras needed for Adam Sandler Netflix film; open casting call comes to New England

    MARBLEHEAD, M.A. — Judith Bouley Casting is looking for paid background extras for Netflix’s new Adam Sandler in the Boston area. The open casting call is open to all ages and  will be held on Saturday, June 8 at the Marblehead Community Center from 9 a.m.- 6 p.m. The film’s theme is HALLOWEEN. Those interested in the extra roles are welcome to get creative and come in original costumes, however they are not required to audition. If you can’t make […]

  • Route 16, Middletown Road in Colchester back open after a serious crash

    COLCHESTER — State Police responded to a two-car crash Wednesday night on Middletown Road, close to Silver Meadow Drive. According to officials, the accident resulted in serious injuries. The crash is under investigation.

  • Police: Driver flees from traffic stop, involved in 3-car crash at the Arrigoni Bridge

    MIDDLETOWN — A three-car crash on the Arrigoni Bridge Wednesday night sent multiple people to the hospital, and temporarily closed the bridge. According to police, a Middletown Police Officer had pulled over a white Mercedes-Benz for a traffic violation on Main Street at Hartford Avenue. When the officer approached the car, the driver reportedly acknowledged the officer before driving off, running a red light and narrowly missing cross-traffic in the direction of the Arrigoni Bridge. Police said when the officer […]

  • Recall Alert: Perdue Foods ready-to-eat chicken products possibly contaminated

    WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Friday Perdue Foods LLC. is recalling over 30,000 pounds of ready-to-eat chicken products that may be contaminated with foreign matter, specifically pieces of bone material. Officials were made aware of the problem after receiving consumer complaints, however there have been no reports of harm to due consumption. According to the FSIS, the fully cooked chicken products were produced on March 21 and the following products are subject […]

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