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The state has terminated the contract of a West Haven hazardous waste remediation company ensnared in the federal investigation into former state official Konstantinos Diamantis. The state did not offer any explanation for why the contract was ended other than “it would be in the best interest of the state.”...
The Regionalized Human Trafficking Recovery Taskforce has launched in Connecticut. The taskforce includes local and federal law enforcement, the Hartford State's Attorney's Office, the Department of Children and Families, and the Connecticut Children's Alliance. The taskforce was created with a $750,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice's Office for...
Connecticut is experiencing a continuation of catalytic converter theft, and now seeing more taken from vehicles in parking lots. The converters are being stolen and sold for their precious metals either online or on the black market and can cost between $2,500 - $4,000 to replace. Recently, over two dozen...
Lego is taking its bricks and moving out of Connecticut. The Lego Group announced Tuesday it’s relocating to Boston and moving its North American headquarters out of Enfield after nearly 50 years. The move is expected to happen by the end of 2026. The move will help support the...
A coalition of civic groups concerned with city government in Bridgeport, Connecticut, launched a campaign to influence this year’s mayoral election. The coalition’s “Year of Change” campaign seeks voter engagement to elect a slate of reform candidates for mayor, city council and board of education, said Callie Heilmann of Bridgeport Generation, a coordinator of the coalition.
FAIRFIELD, Conn. (AP) — Located just 9 miles apart in Connecticut, Yale and Quinnipiac played for a national hockey championship a decade ago. It was also just over a decade ago that UConn made the decision to upgrade its men's program and leave the Atlantic Hockey conference for nation's premier college league, Hockey East.
Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. New York, the city that never sleeps, wants peace and quiet. The city has been installing cameras equipped with sound meters. Authorities can now detect, identify and find people whose cars and motorbikes emit illegal levels of noise. The city has anti-noise laws, though it's hard to know how the city council ever debated them over the racket of people, jackhammers and trucks. So do be careful when you drive with the windows down, blasting MORNING EDITION. Transcript provided by NPR, Copyright NPR.
MAGGIE: (Speaking Spanish). JENNIFER VANASCO, BYLINE: That sound? That's rain and wind. It's Hurricane Maria five years ago, battering the house of Maggie, who's speaking. "Good morning," she says in the video piece. "It's 5 a.m. I've been awake since 1 a.m." The screen is black, except for the occasional ghostly flicker of a white wall, a window. Water is coming in. A moment later, she says, this is getting worse.
A left wing political luminary has died. Journalist Victor S. Navasky died at the age of 90. Navasky ran The Nation, one of the oldest magazines in America, with a sharp progressive bent. He started as editor in 1978, a year when teachers's strikes and the Camp David Accords ruled the headlines. He also worked as the magazine's publisher, and then publisher emeritus until his death Monday at a hospital in New York. The cause was pneumonia, his son Bruno Navasky told NPR.
For every sports team, there are fans and then there are super fans. The Brooklyn Nets have Mr. Whammy. The 86-year-old is a fixture at home games, wearing his Nets jersey over a red shirt, shouting and gesturing behind the opponent's basket, trying to hex players into missing foul shots. Reporter Jeff Lunden met Mr. Whammy at a recent basketball game in Brooklyn.