New Work for Electric Boat

Courtney Statement On Navy Decision To Move USS DELAWARE Maintenance Work To Electric Boat In Groton (Washington, DC) – Today, 1/4/19, Congressman Joe Courtney, ranking member of the House Armed Service Subcommittee on Seapower and Projection Forces, issued the following statement regarding the U.S. Navy’s announcement that it will move an upcoming “post-shakedown” maintenance availability […]

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Joe Courtney on Foundations

Courtney and Larson Highlight Crumbling Foundations Amendments Included in Government Funding Package [Washington, DC] — Last night [Jan 3, 2019], Congressman Joe Courtney (CT-02) voted to pass a package of appropriations bills aimed at restoring funding to federal government agencies impacted by the partial government shutdown. Included in one of those bills, H.R. 21, were […]

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Trooper Report: High Speed Chase

Trooper Report Trooper reports reflect arrests, not convictions. On December 27th at approximately 3:30 PM, the Connecticut State Police were conducting motor vehicle enforcement on Route 9 southbound between exit 10 and 9 just South of the Christian Hill overpass. A silver Infiniti coupe was observed traveling at a high rate of speed in the […]

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Notes on Chatham Lake

    The ongoing story of Chatham Lake by Meghan Peterson, PhD Questions have arisen regarding the former Chatham Lake development in Higganum. The original residential, 73-lot subdivision was initially begun and owned by the now-defunct Nason Group, LLC. Haddam News and Haddam-KillingworthNow.com, along with other publications, such as Haddam Bulletin and The Harford Courant […]

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12/21/18 Update from Joe Courtney

12/21/18 Weekly Update Investing in Eastern CT’s Maritime Supply Chain This week my office announced $62,100 in federal grant money to the Development Agency to the Naval & Maritime Consortium in Groton, providing the network with the resources for establishing a framework that supports capital investment and job creation in eastern CT. Our region is […]

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Santa Visited HVFCo on Dec. 15, 2018!

By Olivia Drake, HVFCo. Public Information Officer. More than 130 children attended Haddam Volunteer Fire Company’s annual Children’s Christmas Party on Dec. 15, 2018. Thank you to everyone who came out and visited with Santa! And thank you to the HVFCo Christmas committee under fire police Malcolm Meyer.

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Shoreline Arts Scholarships

Shoreline Arts Alliance’s Scholarships in the Arts now Accepting Applications Shoreline Arts Alliance announces the opening of applications for Scholarships in the Arts: Top Talent for 2019. December 13, 2018 – Shoreline Arts Alliance announces the opening of applications for the 39th annual Scholarships in the Arts: Top Talent. This program is open to juniors […]

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Courtney Supports Farm Bill

COURTNEY SUPPORTS FARM BILL WITH CRITICAL PROVISIONS FOR EASTERN CONNECTICUT AGRICULTURE On 12/12/18, Congressman Joe Courtney (CT-02) voted in support of the Agriculture Improvements Act of 2018—a five-year authorization of agriculture commodity and nutrition programs that the House passed on Thursday by a vote of 369-47. The Farm Bill will now head to the President’s […]

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Go Pink Fun Run

goPINK Raises More Than $31,000 MIDDLETOWN — The goPINK Project raised more than $31,000 in 2018 to support Middlesex Health Cancer Center patients who have breast cancer. The goPINK Project is a month-long fundraising effort that takes place every October. It’s in its ninth year, and 34 businesses, schools and local sports teams collectively raise […]

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Buttonwood Tree: January ’19 Events

The Buttonwood Tree Performing Arts & Cultural Center 605 Main Street, Middletown, CT 06457 www.buttonwood.org Contact: Anne-Marie 860.347.4957 Story City Troupe – “Holidays” January 4, 8-10pm, (1st Fridays), $10 Story City is a troupe of storytellers based in the Hartford, CT area. This month’s theme is “Holiday” and the cast will be: Mike Isko, Jill […]

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