Rivera resigns from Norwalk job, reportedly to take New London superintendent post

Updated: 5:25 p.m. Manuel J. Rivera officially resigned Thursday afternoon as superintendent of Norwalk Public Schools, effective Jan. 31, 2015. “During the past several weeks, I have been wrestling with the most difficult decision of my personal and professional career,” Rivera wrote in a message on the district's website.

Etess to transition out of Mohegan gaming authority's CEO post

Mitchell Etess, speaking during a conference call with investors and gaming-industry analysts, said the authority expects to name a president who will eventually succeed him as CEO. “Next week it'll be 19 years (with Mohegan Sun),” Etess said. “It's getting to the point where I need to spend more time with my wife, Karen, and with my golf clubs.”

'This store is my responsibility and I can't let you take anything'

Confronted by a masked man pointing a handgun at his face, Turyalai "Tor" Fnu reacted much as he always has during a confrontation with a belligerent customer: He kept his cool.

Carter, former candidate for New London superintendent, sues school board and Curtin

Terrence P. Carter, the appointed superintendent of schools who was cast off by the New London Board of Education after revelations of plagiarism and misrepresentation, has filed a lawsuit against the board and President Margaret Mary Curtin, alleging breach of an agreement.

 Carter civil lawsuit filed in Connecticut Superior Court

Local veterans inducted into Class of 2014 Connecticut Veterans Hall of Fame

Edwin Francis Atkins of Montville, Samuel Báez of Waterford, a U.S. Navy veteran and Robert T. Getman, of Old Lyme, a U.S. Coast Guard veteran who was honored posthumously were among 10 veterans inducted into the Connecticut Veterans Hall of Fame Wednesday night at the Hartford Legislative Office...

 Local veterans inducted into Connecticut Veterans Hall of Fame

Amistad America owes $2 million, court filing shows

Amistad America’s outstanding debt totals more than $2 million, including a claim by its former executive director Greg Belanger that he is owed $139,000 in back pay as well as money owed to three members of its Board of Trustees who made loans to the organization.

 Amistad court filing

Tax relief likely for some in state, but not businesses

Despite the likelihood of deep spending cuts in Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s next budget, the prospects of tax relief for consumers, retired teachers and the working poor are good.

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