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Tuesday, Sep 4, 2018
The High Cost of Educating Students Displaced by Maria

The High Cost of Educating Students Displaced by Maria

More than 1,500 children heading back to Connecticut schools came to the state fleeing Hurricane Maria’s destruction, but many cash-strapped districts are struggling to cover the unexpected cost of educating them. Read More

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Friday, Aug 31, 2018
Ethics Panel to Hear Case Involving Ex-UConn Employee

Ethics Panel to Hear Case Involving Ex-UConn Employee

A former University of Connecticut graduate school employee must go before a state panel to determine if she committed ethics violations. Read More

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Monday, Aug 13, 2018
Neglected Cemeteries: Who’s Responsible?

Neglected Cemeteries: Who’s Responsible?

Many Connecticut cemeteries are not getting the attention or maintenance they need. Some are overgrown, others are overlooked. Preservationists worry that a lot of these cemeteries could become so neglected there may no longer... Read More

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Thursday, Aug 9, 2018
State to Investigate Tap Water Concerns in Hartford

State to Investigate Tap Water Concerns in Hartford

A state agency is stepping in after residents of a Hartford neighborhood raised concerns over their water quality and asked authorities to slow work on a multi-million dollar improvement project on Route 44, known as Albany Avenue,... Read More

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Tuesday, Jul 31, 2018
'At a Price!' Cost Discussion Continues at Public Forum

'At a Price!' Cost Discussion Continues at Public Forum

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Friday, Jul 27, 2018
Connecticut Bridge Concrete to be Tested For Destructive Mineral

Connecticut Bridge Concrete to be Tested For Destructive Mineral

For the first time, concrete from a state-owned bridge will be tested for the same mineral believed to have caused hundreds of basement walls in Connecticut to crack and deteriorate. Read More

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Wednesday, Jul 25, 2018
PTC Project Causing Issues for Metro-North Passenger Service

PTC Project Causing Issues for Metro-North Passenger Service

A potentially life-saving technology is costing Metro North big bucks to install, and a reputation for being on time. Read More

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Friday, Jul 20, 2018
Metro-North At Risk for Falling Behind on Safety Technology?

Metro-North At Risk for Falling Behind on Safety Technology?

A major railroad connecting Connecticut to New York may not be upgrading fast enough to meet new safety standards. Read More

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Wednesday, Jul 18, 2018
CT Transit, Drivers Union Address Lack of Restrooms

CT Transit, Drivers Union Address Lack of Restrooms

Relief might be on the way for CT Transit bus drivers who say they lack access to bathrooms. The problem has been the focus of an NBC Connecticut Investigates exclusive. Read More

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Monday, Jul 16, 2018
New Crumbling Foundation Test

New Crumbling Foundation Test

Hundreds of homes in Connecticut are in danger of collapsing because of their crumbling foundations, and now a pair of professors at Trinity College have come up with a less expensive way to help homeowners test for the issue. Read More

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