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Town hopes to open park in 6 months
7:01 am
Thu June 12, 2014

Islip updates skeptical residents on dumping

Islip officials delivering an update to Brentwood residents on illegal dumping
Credit Gabrielle Fonrouge

Officials on Long Island hosted a public forum Wednesday night to update residents on the illegal dumping at several Islip sites. State and local health officials were present to answer questions on potential health risks.   

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DGA wants to buy ads for Malloy campaign
6:12 pm
Wed June 11, 2014

Federal judge dismisses Democratic Governor's Association challenge to Conn campaign finance law

A US District Court judge in New Haven dismissed a lawsuit challenging Connecticut’s election campaign law on Wednesday. The national Democratic Governor’s Association had claimed the state’s campaign law is unconstitutional.

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Bills range from tasers to sewage
6:34 pm
Tue June 10, 2014

Malloy signs 65 bills on range of topics; vetoes two

Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy signed 65 bills on Monday, dealing with everything from birth certificates to brew pubs.

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Boughton and Lauretti team up on GOP ticket
4:38 pm
Tue June 10, 2014

Boughton campaign says Lauretti has enough signatures to qualify for GOP primary

Danbury, Connecticut Mayor Mark Boughton’s gubernatorial campaign said on Tuesday its collected more than the 8,190 signatures needed to get Shelton Mayor Mark Lauretti on the ballot for Lieutenant Governor in the state GOP primary. The outcome of Lauretti’s petition drive will determine the lineup for the August 15th GOP gubernatorial primary. 

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Ash trees in region are vulnerable
12:29 pm
Tue June 10, 2014

Scientists get ready to battle a tiny killer of trees: Emerald ash borer

Entomologist Claire Rutledge finds an emerald ash borer's tracks on a tree in Sleeping Giant State Park in Hamden, Connecticut.
Credit Davis Dunavin

Arborists in Connecticut are getting ready for another summer battling the emerald ash borer. They're beetles that kill trees, and they’ve been spreading across the state since 2012.

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