In case you missed it, here are the stories affecting Connecticut this past week.
Hartford Firefighter Dies in Blaze, A Connecticut firefighter died and three others were injured in a house fire in Hartford on Tuesday night, officials said.
Connecticut “Ghost Town” Johnsonville for sale, the 62 acre village goes up for auction beginning October 28th, starting bid is $800,000.
Connecticut is no longer richest state in the nation, state falls to third in richness, according to new Wallethub survey.
2014 Hartford Marathon took place on Saturday, Matt Pelletier, Erica Jesseman 2014 NU Hartford Marathon Winners
Landon Donovan, Major League Soccer, made his final appearance for the United States’ Men’s National team on October 10 at Rentschler Field. With 156 international career appearances, Landon is the U.S. team’s all-time leading scorer in goals (57) and assists (58).
With only three serious crimes reported in all of 2013, the title of Connecticut’s Safest Town falls to Sherman, a small town of about 4,000 residents is the northernmost town in Fairfield County, nestled between New Milford, New Fairfield and New York State.
Meanwhile four Connecticut cities are listed among the top 100 most dangerous in the U.S.
Ebola Concerns Prompt Governor Malloy To Declare Public Health Emergency, Order Gives State Officials the Ability to Coordinate a Targeted Quarantine in the case of an Ebola outbreak in Connecticut.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Republican Tom Foley pummeled each other Thursday in a tense debate broadcast on several radio and television stations, potentially reaching the broadest audience of their six scheduled debates.
President Obama visited Greenwich for fundraising dinner. Some VIPs shelled out $32,600 a plate — the maximum allowed by federal law — to be part of Obama’s supper club.
Throwback Thursday: Milli Vanilli & One Fateful Visit To Bristol The first public sign that the group was lip-synching came on July 21, 1989 during a live performance on MTV at Lake Compounce in Bristol.