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Dozens of Connecticut state employees in process of losing their jobs due to refusal to get vaccinated or tested for COVID-19

More than 100 Connecticut executive branch employees are in the process of losing their jobs over their refusal to either get vaccinated for COVID-19 or tested regularly for the disease. According to number from Gov. Ned Lamont’s office, 22 employees have already been fired, 29 have been placed on unpaid leave and an additional 70 are in the process of being placed on unpaid leave. Under an ...
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New Haven man found guilty of sex trafficking at 2020 Super Bowl

A New Haven man was found guilty of sex trafficking in Florida after he coerced two women and a 17-year-old girl into selling themselves for sex in Miami during the 2020 Super Bowl, according to the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida. After an eight-day trial, a jury...
NEW HAVEN, CT

Connecticut man found guilty of sex trafficking during Super Bowl LIV in Miami

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — A New Haven man was found guilty of coercing two women and a girl into selling themselves for sex during Super Bowl LIV in Miami last year. According to a release by the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Florida, 48-year-old Edward Walker traveled to Miami in January 2020 with two adult women and a 17-year-old girl with the purpose of engaging in commercial sex.
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100-Unit Apartment Complex Planned in Guilford Under State’s Affordable Housing Statute

GUILFORD — A plan to build a two-building apartment complex with 100 units in Guilford has been filed under the state’s affordable housing statute, 8-30g. Connecticut Affordable Housing Initiative, a company registered to James McMahon, plans to build the apartments on Hubbard Road, near Interstate 95 in Guilford. The project would include 30 units designated for people making 80 percent or less of the state median income.
GUILFORD, CT
Eyewitness News

Technical Discussion: A nice Sunday, then rain chances increase

**A FROST ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT FOR TOLLAND AND WINDHAM COUNTIES TONIGHT THROUGH 8AM SUNDAY**. We've enjoyed a pretty nice Saturday across the state with high temperatures ranging from the middle 50's, to the lower 60's. The high was 61 in Hartford, and 56 today in Waterbury. A few towns in western and central CT did have to dodge a couple of showers, but once those cleared, the sun made a reappearance.
TOLLAND, CT
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New Haven Register

New Haven schools report 6 Covid cases this week, 19 quarantining

NEW HAVEN— New Haven Public Schools reported six COVID-19 cases this week, with 19 other individuals forced to quarantine. Cases were confirmed in five different schools, Justin Harmon, director of marketing and communications for New Haven Public Schools, announced Saturday. Harmon said that after contract tracing was completed, another 19...
NEW HAVEN, CT
milfordmirror.com

Valley Goes Pink campaign in Shelton, Milford, holding prize calendar fundraiser

The Valley Goes Pink Campaign is holding a prize calendar fundraiser throughout the month of November. The prize calendar offers great prizes for each day in November, including gift certificates for local businesses, a Nintendo Switch video game console, and a 55-inch Samsung television. Tickets to participate are $25 each....
SHELTON, CT
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Waterbury Police arrest four on weapons charges

WATERBURY, CT (WFSB) - Waterbury Police received reports of a car driving erratically with passengers hanging out of the windows with weapons. While canvassing the area, the officers found a white Jeep Cherokee which matched the description of the car. They pulled it over and found a loaded "ghost gun"...
WATERBURY, CT
Middletown Press

Lamont seeks disaster declaration for flooding caused by Ida

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Gov. Ned Lamont has submitted a request for a major disaster declaration to the Biden administration, seeking federal funds to help Connecticut recover from damage caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida. The Sept. 1 storm dumped as much as 8 inches of rain on parts...
HARTFORD, CT
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