Noah Kim
Staff Reporter
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CT bills look to crack down on state corruption

Following a slew of high-profile corruption trials, Connecticut’s General Assembly is pushing two bills aimed at curbing government misconduct in state politics.

Investment group purchases Courtyard Marriott

The Courtyard by Marriott New Haven at Yale was acquired by the Noble Investment Group Monday, prompting questions from community members who were unaware of the ongoing transaction.

Esserman, Senators call for ban on armor-piercing bullets

New Haven Police Chief Dean Esserman, Sen. Richard Blumenthal LAW ’73 and Sen. Chris Murphy are urging the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to renew its attempt to ban M855 armor-piercing bullets.

App aims to prevent teen dating violence

A free cell phone application launched Wednesday by the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence aims to prevent dating violence in teenagers.

Committee asks for alders’ support on workers’ rights bill

Roughly 35 people gathered at City Hall Thursday evening to hear testimony outlining the need for laws guaranteeing domestic workers’ fundamental labor rights.

Bill seeks to protect unpaid interns in Connecticut from sexual harassment

Unpaid interns in Connecticut may soon have the same protection from workplace harassment as paid employees.

Manager’s death marks end of an era for Owl Shop

The Owl Shop — a cozy lounge filled with battered leather-backed chairs and a rugged dark wood-paneled floor — has been a Yale and New Haven mainstay since its opening, located less than a block away from Old Campus at 268 College St.

CT residents rush to meet healthcare deadline

With the three-month open enrollment period for health insurance coming to a close Sunday at midnight, Connecticut residents flocked to centers throughout the weekend to enroll in coverage through the state’s official insurance marketplace, Access Health CT.

Bradley looks to add routes to Europe

After seeing a 10 percent increase in passenger traffic over the past year, Bradley International Airport is aiming to develop new routes to London and other European locations, including Paris, Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Dublin.

“Tremendous” healthcare deal falls through

Tenet Healthcare Corporation, a privately owned health care services company based in Dallas, Texas, has officially ended all efforts to buy five hospitals in Connecticut, concluding over two years of negotiations.

Democratic alder to fill role of minority leader

A member of the all-Democratic Board of Alders will may soon have the power to fill positions that were originally reserved for the non-Democratic minority leader.