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The saying goes, “better late than never.”
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For the first time in over a decade, the fire inspectors unit in New Haven will soon be fully staffed.
With a holiday weekend ahead, it might be the perfect time to soak in some quality time with friends and family on road trip.
Spring and summer sports are in full swing, this as the concussion conversation continues at fields and diamonds across the country.
It’s graduation season across Connecticut, but for thousands of high school graduates, college is a goal that is out of reach.
When you are the nation’s longest running amusement park, there’s plenty of growing pains.
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It’s move-out day for many colleges across the state, including the University of New Haven.
A Connecticut Fire Department is embracing new technology to improve effectiveness and keep first responders safe.