Most of the 15 people arrested were UConn students, officials said. Light poles and windows were broken and fires were set in dumpsters.
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Hartford tenants call on city for help with poor living conditions
Several tenants in complexes across Hartford are calling on the city to take action, and have taken their pleas to a City Council meeting.
After weeks of drought, heavy rains lead to flood warnings
By the end of rush hour Tuesday morning, New Haven had received a month’s worth of rain in one night. Some parts of CT got up to 4 inches.
Monkeypox cases in CT increase to 12; More doses of vaccine expected soon
The majority of CT patients, who live in Fairfield, New Haven and Hartford counties, have not been hospitalized.
New laws take effect July 1 in CT. Here are some of them
From a higher minimum wage to new rules for solitary confinement and for police body cameras, many new laws take effect in CT on July 1.
WNPR: Esty used personal email address for severance agreement
U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty used her personal email address in a confidential severance agreement with former Chief of Staff Tony Baker, Connecticut public radio station WNPR reported Wednesday.