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At Least 5 Dead In Middletown Power Plant Explosion

The Charger Bulletin

February 9, 2010


Filed under West Haven News

via WFSB Connecticut MIDDLETOWN, Conn. -- An explosion at the Kleen Energy plant on River Road in Middletown on Sunday morning destroyed much of the plant, killing at least five people and injuring at least 12. At a press conference on Sunday evening, Middletown Mayor Sebastian Giuliano stressed...

Lawmakers Table Domestic Violence Probe

The Charger Bulletin

January 28, 2010


Filed under West Haven News

A Connecticut legislative task force that's discussing ways to improve domestic violence laws is holding off from examining a West Haven murder-suicide. Rep. Mae Flexer says the case remains under investigation. Once that's complete, she says the House Speaker's Task Force on Domestic Violence will...

Linda McMahon: Political Novice or Executive Powerhouse?

Melanie Rovinsky

January 28, 2010


Filed under Politics

In the political sea of Connecticut liberals, a conservative candidate is lucky to get a nod of acknowledgement in his or her direction. Fortunately, Republican Senatorial candidate Linda McMahon has already mastered the art of gaining public attention. McMahon, former Chief Executive Officer of the...

A Sunny Day in Glasgow to headline the first ever Elm City PopFest

Mia Becker

November 9, 2009


Filed under Uncategorized

Presented by Tweetfort Music and Art:  Tweefort and CT Indie have teamed up to bring you a full day of music to support Artspace New Haven-Saturday, November 14th, 2009: The music will start at 3 PM. Headlining the afternoon show will be New York indiepop band The Metric Mile. Also playing will be The Da...

Yale student’s cause of death: traumatic asphyxia

Liz De La Torre

September 16, 2009


Filed under Global News

From The Associated Press NEW HAVEN, Conn. – The chief state's medical examiner said Wednesday that a Yale University graduate student whose body was found stuffed inside a basement wall died of traumatic asphyxiation. Dr. Wayne Carver's office released the results three days after the body of ...

It Happened But Nobody Noticed…Until Now

Mia Becker

September 16, 2009


Filed under Uncategorized

When most people think of important cities for music, New Haven does not always come to mind. However, the city that some call “New York’s little sister” was home to a bevy of great bands in the 1970’s and 80’s. EM Schrader and JL Sonic decided to pay homage to this scene by producing the documentary,...

CT Indie blogger, Jason Devin, talks about the local scene, Connecticut, and more!

Mia Becker

September 10, 2009


Filed under Uncategorized

MB: When did the CT Indie Blog start, and what inspired you to start it? JD:  I started the blog in July of 2008, so it’s been up for about a year now. The main reason for starting the blog was because of the limitations of MySpace. I created the CT Indie MySpace page back in early 2007 to provide ...

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