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Medical errors down in Connecticut last year

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — There was a slight decline in the number of medical errors reported by hospitals and other medical facilities in Connecticut last year when compared to 2014. 121 more words


Bizarre Election has Voting Officials expecting unexpected

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — It’s been an election year that is anything but normal.

“We have had record registration, so this all points to a big turnout and that is the thing we election administrators need to manage,” said Denise Merrill, Connecticut Secretary of the State. 178 more words


Stop and Shop Chicken Recall in Connecticut

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) – Stop and Shop says they are pulling cans of Wild Planet Organic Roasted Chicken Breast & Sea Salt from their store shelves. 117 more words


Connecticut leaders hop on board New England Central Railroad upgrades

Top Connecticut lawmakers and leaders joined transportation officials in Willimantic, for the groundbreaking of a grant to upgrade New England railroad infrastructure.

Congressman Joe Courtney, Senator Richard Blumenthal, and Senator Chris Murphy, joined Connecticut Department of Transportation Commissioner James Redeker and officials from the New England Central Railroad (NECR), a subsidiary of Darien-based Genesee & Wyoming Inc., for a groundbreaking in Willimantic to highlight the U.S. 453 more words


New Haven Police Offer Halloween Safety Tips

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) – Halloween should be a fun night for your little ghosts and goblins. Trick or Treating is a time honored tradition for families taking to the neighborhood streets, knocking on doors and waiting and giving out something sweet to eat. 515 more words


Two men sentenced for defrauding CT homeowners

BRIDGEPORT, Conn (WTNH) — Two California men were sentenced by U.S. District Judge Stefan R. Underhill in Bridgeport for their part in extensive mortgage loan modification schemes that they falsely provided to Connecticut homeowners. 607 more words


Til Duty Is Done founder reflects on organization's creation

HAMDEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Three generations of the Nash family coming together to reflect on a journey that started more than 70 years ago.

George Nash served in World War II. 607 more words