Bridgeport Police Investigating 18th homicide

BRIDGEPORT – Police on Saturday were investigating the city’s 18th homicide of the year, following a Friday afternoon stabbing in a house on Madison Avenue.  Police said the incident occurred at about
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Rep. Larry Miller Doesn’t Let the 114-37 Democratic House Majority Get Him Down

Veteran Rep. Larry Miller, R-Stratford, is apparently planning for a Republican groundswell in the electrorate this fall. Facing a current 114-37 majority, Republicans can’t exactly get what they want
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Will This Be Connecticut’s Final “Tax-Free” Week?

  Gov. Jodi Rell visited Westfarms Mall today to underscore the 10th annual sales tax-free week on footwear and clothing under $300, saving consumers the 6-percent levy. The week runs from Sunday,
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Foley Wants “At Least” Three Debates With Malloy

 Outside O’Rourke’s Diner in Middletown, GOP gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley of Greenwich said he hoped to have “at last three” debates with Malloy, his Democratic counterpart.  Asked how he would
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Malloy: We Need to Change the State’s Accounting Procedures; If I Get the Unaffiliated, Call Me “Governor.”

 Democratic gubernatorial nominee Dannel Malloy’s first executive order would be to change the way the state keeps track of its finances, finally shifting over the Generally Accepted Accounting
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Rell to Fedele: Thanks, Mike, for Your Support. You Can Go Home in January, Now.

In 2006, Michael Fedele was persuaded by Gov. Jodi Rell to end his political retirement and run as her lieutenant governor. For about four years, he was a loyal second banana, running the Senate,
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Foley Campaign Shows Signs of Amateur Hour: No Day-After Strategy?

Reporters had to call Tom Foley’s campaign today for the obligatory morning-after stories. Why? Because in their first-time-around lack of political sense, the Foley folks scheduled nothing public.
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Malloy Plans For Race Into Fall and 2011

  After his victory speech, Dan Malloy told reporters that if he wins the election November 2, he’ll immediately bring state officials and employees together to talk about possible solutions. “We’re
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