Officials at the private Connecticut college announced the disciplinary actions against Tau Kappa Epsilon on Tuesday. School officials declined to release details of the allegations.
The push is on for federal intervention over fixed charges on many Connecticut electric bills.
Bill Hyatt with Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, who leads the preservation effort, said warming waters are threatening many native species, including the brook trout, now restricted to increasingly smaller streams.
Greenwich were investigating a suspicious package that was reported at the downtown Greenwich Metro-North train station Sunday afternoon.
Police said it appears a Norwalk man was being truthful when he insisted he was just checking the vehicles to make sure they were locked.
“The Interview” has opened in several New York City theaters to enthusiastic crowds as interested in the world drama the film produced as anything on the screen.
At the Vatican, Pope Francis delivered his Christmas message to tens of thousands in St. Peter’s Square. In his Urbi et Orbi address, the pontiff prayed for hope and peace.
Forecasters say rain will be heavy at times Wednesday and could cause flooding on the streets and in areas of poor drainage.
There’s just a few hours left to complete your Christmas shopping list.
The holiday shopping rush is on.
As more and more of the Metro-North’s M8 cars are rolled into service, commuters will see a decrease in overcrowding.
The picture on the front page of the Connecticut Post: President Obama posing with the mayor of Bridgeport and his family on the mayor’s holiday card.
Most mayors and first selectmen around Connecticut are balking at the state’s environmental cleanup plan.
Flat fees on residential bills will rise from $16 a month to $19.25. CL&P had asked for approval from the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority to hike the rate to $25.50.
The U.S. Labor Department has ordered the Metro-North Railroad to pay a record fine for taking disciplinary action against an employee who reported getting injured on the job.