State of Connecticut
State Police Investigate Columbia Home Invasion
On 07/24/14, shortly after 2:00 a.m., State Police received a 911 call from 51 Oakwood Lane in Columbia.
Milk Processors Soured After Federal District Court Rules They Must...
Nearly five years into a wide-ranging monopsonization suit accusing milk processors of conspiring to depress and fix the prices paid to independent and cooperative milk suppliers, Judge Christina Reiss of the District of Vermont ruled that a narrowed set of the dairy farmers' class claims will proceed to trial.
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Edith Prague Reluctantly Retires As Commissioner Of Aging
Edith Prague has reluctantly retired as the state's commissioner on aging, marking the end of a career of more than 30 years in state government in which she fought for the elderly as a legislator and commissioner under two governors.
Osten gets nod for 19th District Senate seat
Democratic 19th District state Sen. Cathy Osten received the unanimous endorsement Monday to run for a second term in the 10-town district while Lyme resident Emily Bjornberg secured the Democratic nomination to run for state senator from the 33rd District.
Republicans choose Everett to challenge Osten in 19th Senate District
Everett, 53, who also serves on the Columbia Financial Planning and Allocation Commission, will challenge incumbent freshman Democratic state Sen. Cathy Osten of Sprague in the district that covers Bozrah, Columbia, Franklin, Hebron, Lebanon, Ledyard, Lisbon, Montville, Norwich and Sprague.