No agreement on how CT-N will survive budget cut – The CT Mirror

10/27/17 – By Mark Pazniokas The operators of CT-N, the non-profit television network that’s provided a window on Connecticut state government for nearly two decades, failed in a meeting with legislative officials Friday to agree on a way for the Continue reading No agreement on how CT-N will survive budget cut – The CT Mirror

Three West Haven mayoral candidates meet in their first debate – New Haven Register

10/25/17 – By Mark Zaretsky WEST HAVEN — The three candidates for mayor shared the stage at West Haven High School Tuesday night for a mostly civil but occasionally feisty debate on subjects ranging from economic development to fire district Continue reading Three West Haven mayoral candidates meet in their first debate – New Haven Register

Selectman files FOI complaint against tax office – Citizen’s News

10/27/17 – By Elio Gugliotti BEACON FALLS — Republican Selectman Michael Krenesky this month filed a Freedom of Information complaint against the tax office and tax collector claiming the office didn’t deliver information requested on back taxes owed by Selectman Continue reading Selectman files FOI complaint against tax office – Citizen’s News

Judge Rescinds Protective Order in State Police Assault Case – Hartford Courant

10/20/17 – By Dave Altimari A Superior Court judge on Friday rescinded a protective order that sealed the internal affairs reports of two state troopers who were fired after they were charged by Wethersfield police with kidnapping and assaulting a Continue reading Judge Rescinds Protective Order in State Police Assault Case – Hartford Courant

It Could Be Lights Out For CT-N – CTNewsJunkie

10/27/17 – By Christine Stuart HARTFORD, CT — For the past 18 years the Connecticut Public Affairs Network has been airing unedited coverage of the General Assembly on the Connecticut Television Network, CT-N, but that coverage could be coming to Continue reading It Could Be Lights Out For CT-N – CTNewsJunkie

GEMS appeals ruling it must follow FOI rules – Greenwich Time

10/01/17 – By Ken Borsuk GREENWICH — The Greenwich Emergency Medical Service will appeal a Freedom Of Information Commission ruling that found the ambulance service should be held to the same transparency standards as government departments even though it is Continue reading GEMS appeals ruling it must follow FOI rules – Greenwich Time

Town-Appointed Committee Advised That Summer Meetings Were Unlawful – New Canaanite

09/28/17 – By Michael Dinan Though the state has yet to issue a formal decision on the matter, town officials on Thursday said they’ve been advised that subcommittee meetings held out of the public eye this summer were illegal. [Read Continue reading Town-Appointed Committee Advised That Summer Meetings Were Unlawful – New Canaanite

Strong Push On To Solve 1998 Slaying Of Yale Student Suzanne Jovin – Hartford Courant

09/26/17 – By Dave Altimari and David Owens The unsolved 19-year-old murder of Yale student Suzanne Jovin is getting renewed attention by Connecticut law enforcement, with an assistant state’s attorney spending eight hours a week with a team of detectives Continue reading Strong Push On To Solve 1998 Slaying Of Yale Student Suzanne Jovin – Hartford Courant