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Connecticut Water rebuffs Eversource's late takeover bid

Greg Bordonaro |

Eversource Energy disclosed Thursday that it attempted to disrupt a nearly $750-million merger involving Connecticut Water Service and a California company by making its own bid to buy the...

Iraqi guilty of Enfield eatery arson

Gregory Seay |

An Iraqi citizen living in Massachusetts faces a maximum 20-year prison sentence for torching his Enfield restaurant two years ago, prosecutors say.

14 more CT judgeship nominees

Gregory Seay |

Fourteen more Connecticut jurists have been nominated to fill Superior Court vacancies.

CT man pleads guilty in celebrity hacking case

Joe Cooper |

A Connecticut man pleaded guilty Wednesday to hacking more than 200 Apple accounts in the 2014 “Celebgate” cybercrime, which included leaks of nude celebrity photos, federal prosecutors...

Medtech entrepreneur defaults on state loan, files for bankruptcy

Greg Bordonaro| Matt Pilon |

A New York entrepreneur who received a $400,000 economic development package from the state early last year to develop a medical-technology innovation hub in Hartford has filed for personal...

Malloy nominates Richard A. Robinson as chief justice

MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT MIRROR |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Thursday nominated Associate Justice Richard A. Robinson of Stamford to become chief justice of the Supreme Court, tapping a nominee first appointed as a lower-court judge by...

Gov. Malloy tags 12 for CT judgeships

Gregory Seay | 2

A dozen Connecticut barristers are the governor's latest list of nominees to fill vacant judgeships in the state's courts.

Hartford InsurTech taps Clyde & Co. as legal partner

JOE COOPER |

Hartford’s InsurTech Hub, which is working to woo startups to the Capital City that can work with the region’s insurers, announced Thursday it is forming a new collaboration with...

Ex-Vernon man to serve 5 years following pita bread company scheme

Joe Cooper |

A federal judge on Monday sentenced a former Vernon resident to serve more than 5 years in prison for stealing more than $3 million to fund a pita bread manufacturing business in South Windsor,...

Waterbury man guilty in tax-return fraud

Gregory Seay |

A Waterbury man could spend as long as three years in federal prison after his conviction of preparing fraudulent tax returns, and not filing some of his own, that cost the IRS more than $400,000 in...

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