Iraq, Afghanistan Intelligence Veteran Launches International Firm in Connecticut

11/17/14

Iraq, Afghanistan Intelligence Veteran Launches International Firm in Connecticut

Lew Nescott of Hamden has received praise from the U.S. military and government for intelligence work he's done in Afghanistan and Iraq. Now he's opened his own intel firm catering to Connecticut companies.

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Connecticut Improves Efforts to Create More Affordable Housing

11/17/14

Connecticut Improves Efforts to Create More Affordable Housing

In response to current housing trends, Connecticut is creating more affordable options.

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Connecticut’s Drone Guy Fights for Flying Rights for Unmanned Aircraft

11/13/14

Connecticut’s Drone Guy Fights for Flying Rights for Unmanned Aircraft

Forget taking it to the streets, Peter Sachs, a Connecticut attorney and private investigator, is taking his activism to the sky to fight for flying rights for drones.

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New Haven's 100-Day Homeless Challenge Makes Deep Impact

11/13/14

New Haven's 100-Day Homeless Challenge Makes Deep Impact

A new initiative made a strong impact on reducing homelessness in New Haven.

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When Obamas Come for Campaign Events, Connecticut Taxpayers Pay Security Tab

11/12/14

When Obamas Come for Campaign Events, Connecticut Taxpayers Pay Security Tab

The days leading up to the Nov. 4 election brought a parade of political heavyweights to the state, including the president and first lady, but as Democrats sought to get out the vote, some municipalities questioned who has to foot the bill for security.

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