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After a six month search, the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities Board of Regents on Friday appointed Terrence Cheng, a UConn administrator, to serve as the system’s new president.
The choice is between investing in the economy or spending federal aid on state and municipal budgets.
The Connecticut House voted overwhelmingly Thursday to place a constitutional amendment allowing early voting on the 2022 ballot.
State utility regulators proposed the maximum penalty against Eversource for its failures after storm Isaias in August 2020.
The $70 million privately funded expansion will include a new four-gate, 74,000 square-foot terminal and daily service from a new airline.
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