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According to Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services statistics, some 8,000 of its clients named heroin as their primary drug in 2011, but by 2013, that number had jumped to 10,000. Below we look at the number heroin-related...
Voters in Connecticut will decide at the polls on Nov. 4 whether they want to amend the state constitution to remove restrictions on in-person and absentee voting and allow lawmakers to consider various early voting measures adopted in 35 other...
Election Day is Tuesday, November 4. Have you registered? Do you know where your polling place is located? Check our map below for help. And make sure you visit our Election Guide to read up on all the candidates.
Cadmium in children's jewelry became a campaign issue when, during a September debate in Old Lyme for the 33rd state Senate seat, Democratic candidate Emily Bjornberg questioned incumbent Sen. Art Linares' appointment of a representative from the...
Waterford and Montville are among 16 municipalities throughout the state to receive allocations in the state's latest release of grants and loans for brownfield remediation and redevelopment projects, according to a press release from the governor's...
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