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Connecticut company aims to make energy choice easier for NH consumers
A technology firm in Norwalk, Conn., has launched an energy management platform to assist consumers in states like New Hampshire to take advantage of the deregulated energy market. To get started, customers send a copy of their latest energy bill.
Bob Weinstein Unloads Property in NYC and Connecticut
he pleaded not guilty in New York to one count of first-degree rape, one count of third-degree rape, and one count of first-degree criminal sexual act. A representative of the Weinstein Company declined comment. Variety first reported the Connecticut ...
CSCU Board of Regents endorses new consolidation plan
A new plan to consolidate the state's community colleges into one school was endorsed by their Board of Regents on Thursday. The president of Connecticut State Colleges and Universities, Mark Ojakian, initially proposed a "Students First" plan that was ...
New Connecticut Community Foundation Grants Open Doors to 23 Community Events
Washington Friends of Music (concert pictured here) is the recipient of a $1,000 sponsorship grant for their summer concert festival. Photo by Carl Weese. Washington Friends of Music (concert pictured here) is the recipient of a $1,000 sponsorship grant ...
New technology tracks Connecticut River nitrogen pollution in Massachusetts
Federal efforts to reduce nitrogen pollution in Long Island Sound depend upon what happens upstream, and states along the Connecticut River -- including Massachusetts -- must help solve the problem, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.