Lawmakers Debate California Emissions Standards for Trucks Advancing in the Legislature

...cause a significant reduction in the ability for these vehicles to travel long distances and adopting these standards would serve to reduce the availability of these services for long-distance travel, pushing consumers back into personal vehicles and drastically increasing overall energy consumption,” DeVivo wrote. State Sen. Christine Cohen, D-Guilford, said...

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Drive Thrus Mean Business: Dunkin Approved in Guilford

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The latest in a wave of drive-thru restaurants gaining approval along the shoreline is a Dunkin Donuts on an undeveloped stretch of Boston Post Road in Guilford, approved by the town’s Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday. Frank D’Andrea, who is vice-chair of the commission and recused himself from this...

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Reporter Steve Jensen on the New Year

...an oyster boat in the Thimble Islands; seeing sunrise with a group of goose hunters in a cornstalk blind in North Franklin; watching bald eagles hunt in the McKinney Wildlife Refuge in Guilford, and cruising the Connecticut River during the final hours of the long career of the Captain of...

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Connecticut’s Pension Debts Aren’t Even Close to Covered

...Haven, West Hartford, Manchester, Rocky Hill, Fairfield, Guilford, Wethersfield, and Hamden, the latter having the largest per-capita municipal debt in the state. State government is ultimately on the hook for the municipal liabilities, unless it wants to allow municipalities to file for bankruptcy — as state government should have had...

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Madison Board of Education Okays $89 Million School Plan

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...idea of combining Madison and Guilford into a single district, saying that he believed this would be a smart idea for two districts experiencing declining enrollment.  Cooke said he wasn’t aware of any discussions to combine with any of the neighboring districts. He said that he didn’t believe combining districts...

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