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Jun 9 2017
Once upon a time there was a city that loved the water.  And the water made her great.   By Carolyn Christmann New Haven’s waters (a protected harbor with three tributary rivers) drew settlers to her...
Apr 26 2017
By Gary Stoller, Conn. Health I-Team Writer Nearly half of the 60 companies that are allowed to discharge wastewater directly into Connecticut’s rivers, brooks and other bodies of water exceeded the...
Apr 26 2017
Connecticut residents sure have a lot to be worried about these days. Budget deficits, unequal education funding, an opioid crisis, a state in continued economic decline and possible new taxes and...
Apr 19 2017
The Dept. of Public Health's annual Guide to Eating Fish Safely is out now. If you fish and want to know what you can eat safely, read the 2017 Connecticut Fish Consumption Advisory. ...
Feb 25 2017
Whether you’re launching a kayak, meeting in the conference room, dining at the café, working in your private office or preparing your 28-foot proline for a cruise in the sound…at the Quinnipiac...

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