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After All Things

  • Bridgeport is getting a new clean energy manufacturing plant. Time is running out for thousands of New Yorkers to submit a vision test to the DMV. Connecticut’s turkey population remains stable, despite a decline in their national numbers. And advocates urge Governor Hochul to outlaw non-compete contracts.
  • Governor Ned Lamont withdraws regulations that would have prohibited the sale of new gasoline powered vehicles in Connecticut by 2035. New Haven will convert a city hotel into a homeless shelter. An investigation is underway into a fire at a historical site on Long Island. And a bill in New York seeks to increase voter turnout, while saving some money.
  • Two Rhode Island heritage organizations have filed separate but similar lawsuits over South Fork Wind and Revolution Wind projects. Connecticut has seen an unusual uptick in cases of RSV. Independent voters were a huge help to Long Island Republicans in the last election. And could more traffic circles help Connecticut’s motor vehicle accident rates?
  • 600,000 Connecticut residents are projected to be traveling this Thanksgiving weekend. It can be a tough time of year for those with seasonal depression. A new program in New York will bring farm fresh foods to local communities. And an Indigenous story teller shares the true meaning of Thanksgiving.
  • The Empire Wind project gets approval for water’s off Long Island. Rhode Island’s Attorney General is suing Prospect Medical Holdings. And Connecticut highlights adoption hearings in celebration of National Adoption Month.
  • The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will help fund Connecticut railroad upgrades. Yale hosts the 4th annual Northeast Summit for a Sustainable Built Environment. Gov. Hochul vetoes a bill to recognize the Montaukett Indian Nation. And what’s the hold up on the deal between Prospect Medical Holdings and Yale New Haven Health?
  • A Connecticut woman’s story inspires new gun legislation. The number of homeless youth in New Haven has almost doubled since this time last year.And in lighter news, wedding season is just about wrapped up. How much as inflation impacted our region’s wedding industry, if at all?
  • North America's second largest fuel cell park is open — and it's located in Derby, CT. Connecticut Republicans say it’s too soon to phase out gas cars. A local fight against UI gets national attention. And New Haven residents and officials differ on how to solve homelessness in the city.
  • UConn along with other local partners will study the impact of offshore wind turbines on marine life. Fairfield’s first selectman recount shows another narrow win for the Democratic candidate. Advocates work with Connecticut lawmakers on solutions to the housing crisis. And there is still no set date for Bridgeport’s Democratic mayoral primary redo.
  • Stories from our region’s Indigenous tribes, in honor of Native American Heritage Month.