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It's Inauguration Day For Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim, Who Returns To Office After Serving Prison TimeThe former mayor of Bridgeport, who spent seven years in federal prison for public corruption, will once again be sworn in as mayor of Connecticut's largest city.
Norwalk Blames Squirrels For Chewing Christmas Tree LightsIt took someone in a bucket truck more than three hours to go up and down the tree to find and replace other chewed wires.
Joe Ganim, Bridgeport Mayor Who Served Prison Time, Returns To OfficeFormer Bridgeport Mayor Joseph Ganim readies to take office yet again, five years after serving prison time on corruption charges.
Ex-Jet Accused Of Assaulting Girlfriend Headed To CourtJury selection is scheduled for Thursday in federal court in New Haven. The trial is to begin Dec. 7.
Court Documents: Connecticut Man Who Jumped White House Fence Left Suicide NoteStamford Police Chief John Fontneau said he was not expecting a phone call from the Secret Service when he returned home from his Thanksgiving celebrations.
Connecticut Senator Calls For Regulations On Recreational Drone UseSen. Richard Blumenthal said he would like to see some simple rules for drones.
Operation Fuel Looks To Help Families Stay Warm This WinterOperation Fuel is kicking off this weekend in Connecticut.
Ex-Wesleyan University Student Connected To String Of Overdoses Due In CourtProsecutors said authorities found numerous prescription drugs in Longeran’s room.
Senator: Underwater Landmark Has Racially Offensive NameU.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal is pushing to change the racially offensive name that have been attached an underwater rock formation in the Long Island Sound.
Longtime Greenwich Crossing Guard HonoredTom Reale, 97, has been keeping kids safe at school street crossings in Greenwich since the early 1970s.
Murphy: Gas Tax Hike Should Be Considered For Funding Connecticut Transportation ProjectsMurphy, D-Conn., said he's not married to the idea of tolls or a higher gas tax, but added there needs to be a funding mechanism for transportation improvements.
Terror Worries Prompt Worldwide Travel Alert From State DepartmentThe U.S. State Department issued a worldwide travel alert Monday, warning U.S. citizens of possible travel risks due to terrorist threats.
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