Old lace and a new case – Meriden Record-Journal

Published: January 25, 2015 | Last Modified: January 25, 2015 01:01AM Is a person who was convicted of poisoning two people in the 1920s — who then spent the rest of her life in a state-run psychiatric hospital and has Continue reading Old lace and a new case – Meriden Record-Journal

Legislators Seek To Open Window On UConn Foundation – Hartford Courant

Megan Merrigan By Kathleen Megan contact the reporter Some legislators think the UConn Foundation should be more open to public scrutiny Five bills are pending this year seeking greater transparency for the UConn Foundation For years, attempts to require the Continue reading Legislators Seek To Open Window On UConn Foundation – Hartford Courant

Release Records Of Famous Killer – Hartford Courant

By Editorial contact the reporter State has no business hiding records of real-life “Arsenic and Old Lace” murderer Amy Archer Gilligan may have murdered dozens a century ago. What’s with the secrecy? It’s absurd for the state to hide the Continue reading Release Records Of Famous Killer – Hartford Courant

NEFAC Seeks Nominations for Antonia Orfield Citizenship Award – nefirstamendment.org

CONTACT Justin Silverman | 774.244.2365 | justin@nefirstamendment.org Antonia Orfield Citizenship Award Nominations Deadline February 1, 2015 Nomination Forms Here The New England First Amendment Coalition is seeking nominations for the 2015 Antonia Orfield Citizenship Award. The award is given to Continue reading NEFAC Seeks Nominations for Antonia Orfield Citizenship Award – nefirstamendment.org

A Transparency Advocate’s Legislative Wish List – The Hartford Currant

by Matthew Kauffman I recently obtained an internal email in which a lawyer for a public agency laid out the agency’s strategy for responding to a request for records under the Freedom of Information Act. Step One was identifying the Continue reading A Transparency Advocate’s Legislative Wish List – The Hartford Currant

Middletown parents, school board balk at budget cost cuts – The Middletown Press News

The Middletown schools board met Tuesday evening at council chambers. Jane Mills — The Middletown Press By Jane Mills, The Middletown Press MIDDLETOWN >> Next year’s school budget dominated discussions at the education board meeting Tuesday night as board members Continue reading Middletown parents, school board balk at budget cost cuts – The Middletown Press News

Supreme Court Hears ‘Arsenic and Old Lace’ Records Case – CTnow.com

  Perhaps one of the most unassuming serial killers of all time, she ran the Archer Home for Elderly and Indigent Persons in Windsor from 1907 to 1916. During this time 60 people died at the Archer Home, among them Continue reading Supreme Court Hears ‘Arsenic and Old Lace’ Records Case – CTnow.com