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Ansonia, Connecticut is located in New Haven County. Zip codes in Ansonia, CT include 06401. The median home price in Ansonia is $189,000 which is roughly $133/per square foot. More Ansonia information.

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15 hrs ago | Connecticut Post

Foley: Ansonia locals know their

Tom Foley got an up-close look at the seeds of this old mill town's revival on Tuesday, and promised that he has the tools to help its long-delayed rebound. During a 100-minute downtown walking tour with Republican Mayor David S. Cassetti and development officials, Foley greeted business owners, sat in on a poker game at the senior center and viewed the vestiges of the city's famed row of now mostly crumbling factories along the Naugatuck River.

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18 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant

Feds Say Uninsured Number Dropped; Complete Picture Still Unclear

New figures released by the federal government Tuesday indicate that the number of people without health insurance dropped in early 2014, the first year the major provisions of the federal health law took effect. But as with other data released so far this year on health insurance, it's too early to provide a complete, or exact, picture of what impact Obamacare has had on coverage in Connecticut or the nation as a whole.

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22 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant

Mohegan Tribe To Open Smashburger In Waterford

Another fast-casual burger chain is heading to Connecticut, courtesy of the Mohegan Tribe. The state's first Smashburger is set to open in early December at the Waterford Commons, with plans for more in Eastern Connecticut, Western and Central Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

The Hartford Courant

Supreme Court Backs Decisions Allowing Wind Turbines In Colebrook

The Connecticut Supreme Court has removed a major obstacle to construction of the state's first large-scale, commercial wind turbines. At issue were Connecticut Siting Council decisions in 2011 to approve construction and operation of 1.6-megawatt turbines at two sites in Colebrook: three on Flagg Hill Road, a site known as Colebrook South; and three at the intersection of Route 44 and Rock Hall Road, known as Colebrook North.

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The Hartford Courant

Kevin Hunt: 'I'll Pay Cash'

Of course it's OK to ask, "Is It Just Me?" No question is too small for The Bottom Line. Q: "Recently, I called Safelite AutoGlass to purchase a new windshield.

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The Hartford Courant

Mohegan Sun, Foxwoods Report Decline In August Slot Revenue

Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket reported slot revenue of $46.9 million for August, down 3.5 percent from $48.6 million in August 2013. Mohegan Sun in Uncasville reported slot revenue of $56.21 million, down a fraction of one percent from $56.35 million in August 2013.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

The Hartford Courant

Questions Remain About First Flight Of A320neo With Pratt Engine

Europe's Airbus has lifted a stumbling block to delivery of the world's largest jetliner to Qatar but faces the growing prospect of delays for the first flight of its newest small jet, the A320neo, several people familiar with the matter said. After a three-month dispute that had blocked the delivery of the first of 10 A380 superjumbos ordered by Qatar Airways, the Gulf airline has agreed to take the new jet, they said.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

News Times

Connecticut Kids Closet weekend sale begins Saturday

"Families need to stretch the budget as far as it will go," said Maura McNulty , a New Milford mother of four, who took over the consignment business about three years ago. "Our sale lets you clean out the clutter, make some money, shop for bargains and help charity.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

The Hartford Courant

Mass. Regulators To Reconvene Next Week On Boston Casino License

Massachusetts gambling regulators are in recess until next week, and are not prepared to make a decision on a Greater Boston casino license this week. The Massachusetts Gaming Commission met Monday through Wednesday to discuss two competing proposals for a casino in Greater Boston: one by the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority at Suffolk Downs in Revere and one by Wynn Resorts in Everett.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

The Hartford Courant

Gambling Regulators In N.Y., Mass., Review Mohegan Plans On Same Day

New York is racing against neighboring Massachusetts to add resort casinos, and nobody was more aware of that Tuesday than Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority CEO Mitchell Grossinger Etess. Etess gave a sweeping presentation of his company's plan for a Catskills casino shortly after 8 a.m. Tuesday in Albany, N.Y. As soon as he was finished, he jumped on a private jet to fly to Boston where the Massachusetts Gaming Commission is sizing up competing proposals for a Mohegan Sun or a Wynn resort in Greater Boston.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

The Hartford Courant

Connecticut The No. 7 State Economy? Believe It

High wages and personal spending drove the measure. By contrast, Connecticut has ranked poorly in business competitiveness, landing at No.

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The Hartford Courant

Connecticut Lobster Fishermen Taking Enforced Break

Seconds after Richard Sawyer Jr. steered his lobster boat Just In Time to his dock at Jupiter Point in Groton Thursday, his son and grandson began carrying armloads of empty wire traps onto shore. "Just start stacking them four or five high over there," said Sawyer, directing his two-man crew, clad in identical orange bib pants to match their nearly identical names: Richard Sawyer III and Richard Sawyer IV.

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Fri Sep 05, 2014

WTNH

Mysterious string of break-ins has Ansonia police looking for answers

Ansonia police are looking for person responsible for a rash of burglaries. They say businesses are being targeted, but the culprits don't always take anything once they break in, though they cause a lot of damage.

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Thu Sep 04, 2014

The Hartford Courant

Avon Company Recalls Cooking Probes

An Avon company that makes kitchen thermometers is recalling some of its products because of a potential for food contamination. The company, iDevices LLC, is recalling all Pro Ambient Temperature Probes and Pro Meat Probes manufactured from May 2014 through June 2014.

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The Hartford Courant

Fast-Food Workers Demand $15 An Hour

Before 13 fast-food workers from Connecticut and Rhode Island sat in the road and before the police escorted them to a prisoner van, about 150 supporters marched down Park Street in Hartford, chanting and drumming about the "Fight for 15." Some were carrying signs: "We're worth more" and, in both English and Spanish: "A fight for $15 and a union." Kathy Mundo, who was watching from a bus stop, had never heard of the Fight for 15 movement, though this is the seventh demonstration since the push for higher wages and unionization began in New York two years ago.

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The Hartford Courant

Meryl Streep Sells Hollywood Hills West Home To Alex Rodriguez

A-list actress Meryl Streep has sold a home in Hollywood Hills West to New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez for $4.8 million. Known as the Honnold & Rex Research House, the 1954 residence was redesigned and reconfigured by earlier owner and architectural conservator Xorin Balbes.

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The Hartford Courant

Hartford Landfill, Now A Field For Solar Power

Just over a year ago, the agency in charge of the now-closed landfill, the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority, announced a plan to cap the final third of the landfill and install a one megawatt solar array there. On Thursday, state and city officials are scheduled to turn out for its grand opening, which is being held by the recently renamed quasi-public trash agency, the Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

The Hartford Courant

ING Trims Its Holdings In Voya Financial

Voya Financial Inc. is repurchasing $300 million worth of its own shares from its former parent company as part of an overall transaction designed to trim ING Groep N.V. 's stake in the New York-based retirement, investment and insurance company.

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Tue Sep 02, 2014

The Hartford Courant

Report: Recession Worsened Wage Stagnation For Those In Bottom Half

For the past 14 years, an advocacy group says, "good jobs have been in short supply" in Connecticut, and the result is that wages for the bottom half of workers, after inflation, are lower than they were in 2000.

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The Hartford Courant

Lawsuit Details Pratt & Whitney's Scramble To Run Down Titanium Issue

Looking for answers, a Pratt & Whitney representative and the president of an East Hartford machine shop pulled into the parking lot for one of their raw materials suppliers in West Bridgewater, Mass.

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