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5 kids from Connecticut killed in New York car crash; 9-year-old survives
Police are investigating a fatal car crash that left five Connecticut children dead in Westchester County, New York, over the weekend. A 9-year-old boy managed to survive the crash, officials said.The single-vehicle happened at around 12:20 a.m. on Sunday morning, when a Nissan Rogue veered off a stretch of the Hutchinson River Parkway in Scarsdale, struck a tree and caught fire, the Westchester County Police Department said in a news release. Four boys and one girl were killed in the crash. Although their names have not been released, police say the ages of the victims ranged from 8 to...
Connecticut Utilities open second tranche for energy storage capacity
The Connecticut Green Bank, Eversource, and United Illuminating (UI) announced the opening of the second Commercial & Industrial (C&I) capacity tranche for energy storage. The 100-megawatt (MW) tranche will open two years ahead of schedule ... Read More » The post Connecticut Utilities open second tranche for energy storage capacity appeared first on Daily Energy Insider.
New national plan for refugee resettlement modeled on Connecticut’s experience
More than 2 million refugees await resettlement around the world, according to data by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Events of the past year in Afghanistan and Ukraine have added to the longstanding needs of refugees from regions in Africa, the Middle East and the Americas who are seeking protection in the U.S.
CT’s Courtney emerges as a key figure in a boom in submarine construction and jobs
When President Joe Biden stood on a dock at a San Diego naval base and revealed details of a landmark security agreement involving billions of dollars of submarine sales to Australia, he mentioned just one other American politician: U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney. The low-key Democrat who represents Connecticut’s second congressional district is being recognized by Biden and others as a key player in ...
5 Connecticut children, ages 8-17, dead after New York crash
SCARSDALE, N.Y. (AP) — Five children from Connecticut, ranging in age from 8 to 17, were killed in a fiery crash on a New York highway, police said. Police believe the vehicle was being driven by a 16-year-old boy when it veered off the Hutchinson River Parkway early Sunday in Scarsdale, hit a tree and caught fire. A 9-year-old boy, the sixth person in the Nissan Rogue, was the only survivor, according to a statement provided by Kieran O’Leary, spokesperson for the Westchester County Police Department.
Dan Haar: CT comptroller on a mission as retirement plan deadline nears
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate. It’s a tough job, traveling around the state to a brewery, a chicken joint, a Polish grocery, a flower shop and more, to talk with small business owners and highlight a state retirement savings plan. Sean Scanlon, the...
Mass. weather: Fire danger in Cape Cod Monday, rain expected Thursday
Spring’s first day in Massachusetts will be a dry one, leaving some Bay State residents with a brief elevated fire risk before a new round of precipitation is expected Wednesday night into Thursday. Monday is expected to start off with a chilly start before reaching as high as the...
Educators Lobby For A Raise
Teachers and paraprofessionals are creating a sense of urgency over the number of educators looking to leave the profession and last week they asked the legislature’s Education Committee for a raise. Unionized teachers and paraprofessionals are looking to use $600 million in surplus funds to increase salaries, along with...
Comptroller Scanlon travels the state raising awareness about retirement program
Comptroller Scanlon travels the state to raise awareness about a state run retirement program for businesses ahead of March 30 deadline The post Comptroller Scanlon travels the state raising awareness about retirement program appeared first on Connecticut Inside Investigator.
Participatory budgeting could change Connecticut for the better
If every city and town in the state found a way to begin using participatory budgeting in some form, in time we would see a transformation of the way democracy works throughout Connecticut.
VIDEO: Four children from CT killed in NY crash
Caitlin Francis and Mike Slifer have the news and weather for the morning of March 20, including the death of four children in a New York crash. Home prices decline, undergraduate college enrollment drops, and organic food labels verify organic food. Here's the Morning Business Report for March 20. Updated:...
This Week in Connecticut: Political radio show to return
A critically acclaimed political radio show is returning to the airwaves.
5 Killed 1 Injured In New York Car Crash Latest News
In the early hours of Sunday in the New York metropolitan region, five children were murdered and one was injured when their automobile went off the road and into a tree. According to a press release from the Westchester County Police Department, the victims’ ages varied from 8 to 17. According to the announcement, five children, four boys, and a girl, all from Connecticut, died.
Westchester County executive releases IDs of 5 juveniles from Connecticut killed in Scarsdale crash
Westchester County police say six juveniles were in a Nissan Rogue believed to be driven by a 16-year-old.
Connecticut's aging population is surging. Who's going care for them?
Connecticut’s elder care system is at a precipice. Nursing homes, for decades the final destination for many older adults and people with disabilities, are being squeezed at both ends as state officials increase oversight of the industry while funneling millions into programs that aim to keep residents in their homes and communities.
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