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Ghost Town in Connecticut for Sale Once More

Ghost Town in Connecticut for Sale Once More

The ghost town in Johnsonville, Connecticut, that was on sale back in October of 2014, is once more available for purchase.  Although the town successfully sold via auction in time for Halloween, the sale has apparently fallen through. There was never any word on who won the town or what they planned to do with […]

28-Years-Old Man Shot in Hartford, Connecticut

28-Years-Old Man Shot in Hartford, Connecticut

Police in Hartford, Connecticut are investigating a body found after a shooting occurred on Mary Shepard Place. Someone driving by Saturday noticed the body lying in the parking lot. Police were called and responded to the scene on Saturday morning at 3:00 a.m.to 602 Mary Shepard Place. When the officers arrived on the scene, they […]

New Britain Serial Killer Identified?

New Britain Serial Killer Identified?

Nearly eight years after the first three victims of New Britain’s serial killer were first located, partial remains have been found of at least four more victims behind a strip mall. As families remember the victims, a task force has already zeroed in on a single suspect who is already behind bars in a Connecticut […]

Gun Laws Brought Into Question by New Study

Gun Laws Brought Into Question by New Study

Gun laws are being brought into question a by new study, done by North Carolina’s Duke University. Most Americans believe that if a person is deemed dangerous to a specific person or themselves in a court, such individual may not possess firearms. However; only Connecticut, Indiana, and California allow law enforcement, under court order, to temporarily […]

Boycott on Indiana Extends to More Cities and States

Boycott on Indiana Extends to More Cities and States

The boycott on Indiana extended even further on Monday, as more cities and even states have chosen to ban taxpayer funded travel to the state. In the state of Washington, Governor Jay Inslee has issued an administration wide ban on travel paid for by the state to Indiana. Nearby in Portland, Oregon, Mayor Charlie Hales, […]

Connecticut Governor Bans State Funded Travel to Indiana

Connecticut Governor Bans State Funded Travel to Indiana

Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy, is the latest politician to step into the fray of the Religious Freedoms Restoration Act (RFRA) controversy, and has now banned state funded travel to Indiana. In a move that follows in the footsteps of the mayors of both San Francisco and Seattle, Malloy has announced that he is signing an […]

Former Governor John Rowland Sentenced to 30 Months for Felony Corruption

Former Governor John Rowland Sentenced to 30 Months for Felony Corruption

Former Connecticut governor John G. Rowland has been sentenced to 30 months in prison for his second felony conviction on corruption charges. A federal judge handed down his sentence on Wednesday. Rowland must also pay $35,000 and serve three years probation, following his jail sentence. This sentencing come 10 years after his primary conviction on felony […]

Newtown Is Demolishing the Lanza Home

Newtown Is Demolishing the Lanza Home

The events that transpired at Sandy Hook in Newtown, Connecticut, a little over two years ago were devastating; it shocked the world because of human capability. The house in Newtown where Adam Lanza lived is now in the process of being demolished. The house is now vacant, and has been since Lanza used to live […]

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