Higher One's Future Cloudy as Fees Investigated, Stock Price Drops, Executives Depart

03/14/14

Higher One's Future Cloudy as Fees Investigated, Stock Price Drops, Executives Depart

Once a rising business star, New Haven’s Higher One stands accused of victimizing the students it was supposed to help—one fee at a time.

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St. Patrick's Day Parades Bring Irish Charm to  New Haven, Hartford and Beyond

03/14/14

St. Patrick's Day Parades Bring Irish Charm to New Haven, Hartford and Beyond

This weekend everyone in Connecticut has a chance to be a little bit Irish as a robust roster of parades roll out in advance of St. Patrick's Day Monday.

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Outlets Shopping Coming to Rentschler Field; Foxwoods Project Underway

03/13/14

Outlets Shopping Coming to Rentschler Field; Foxwoods Project Underway

Michigan-based Horizon Group Properties, Inc. announced Wednesday that it has entered into an agreement to develop a new, 350-square-foot outlet shopping center on the former airstrip at Rentschler Field in East Hartford.

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Greenpeace Captain Recalls Nightmare in Russia as He Leaves Connecticut for Next Voyage

03/12/14

Greenpeace Captain Recalls Nightmare in Russia as He Leaves Connecticut for Next Voyage

Greenpeace captain Peter Willcox returns to sea for the first time after being jailed in Russia.

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Yankees Dominate Red Sox in Connecticut Popularity, Poll Shows; Not in Eastern CT

03/11/14

Yankees Dominate Red Sox in Connecticut Popularity, Poll Shows; Not in Eastern CT

A look back at Quinnipiac’s “Annual Connecticut Baseball Playoff” from June 2013, however, shows that not only do the Red Sox mean lots of beans for some Connecticut baseball fans—but that the “beans” quotient for these folks shot up significantly after the World Series win.

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