A “Team Cassetti” supporter called police anonymously to report the mayor’s challenger for driving an unregistered car, then followed the candidate for almost two miles before snapping a photo as a police officer investigated.
by KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT MIRROR | Sep 16, 2017 6:29 am
Republican legislators sent their first state budget proposal to the governor’s desk in decades early Saturday morning, capping a strange day that didn’t move Connecticut any closer to a new fiscal plan, but raised new questions about the balance of power at the Capitol.
“A compromise to end Connecticut’s summer-long budget impasse dramatically unraveled Thursday night as House Speaker Joe Aresimowicz, D-Berlin, brusquely acknowledged to reporters he was indefinitely postponing a vote after a day of cajoling reluctant Democrats.”
Lisa Tremblay and her husband were inside their Edgewood Avenue home in Shelton Thursday night when their son, Joey, went to the garage down the driveway from the house to get a manual from his toolbox.
“He literally walked in the door, was in there a matter of seconds . . . and it exploded,” she said.