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Carla's Pasta hit with $78,184 EPA penalty

Greg Bordonaro |

South Windsor's Carla's Pasta has agreed to pay a $78,184 penalty after settling allegations that it violated risk-management requirements under the federal Clean Air Act.

Ex-Webster Avon branch officer charged

Gregory Seay |

A former Webster Bank manager in Avon is accused of embezzling from customers' accounts over a 13-year period, authorities say.

CT home care provider settles fraud claim for $5.25M

Gregory Seay |

A Connecticut home-health agency with Hartford area operations must pay about $5.25 million to settle federal allegations of Medicaid fraud, authorities say.

Nix's CT restaurants face unpaid rent, other lawsuits

Patricia Daddona |

Two Nix's restaurants in Connecticut are being sued by landlords in Hartford and South Windsor for falling behind on rent payments, court documents show.

CT man cheats fellow vets out of $525K

Gregory Seay |

A Stafford Springs man must spend 18 months in prison and repay more than $525,000 for cheating fellow veterans who turned to him for help procuring increased veterans' benefits, federal prosecutors...

CT seeks paving contractor's victims

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's consumer watchdog is asking the public's help identifying victims of an alleged paving-contractor's scam.

CT attorneys, businesses seek legal payday with junk faxes

Matt Pilon |

Ever get to work and find a stack of unsolicited advertisements waiting in the fax machine?

Ex-CT refund cheat faces jail, fines

Gregory Seay |

The former owner of a Hartford check-cashing store convicted of cashing more than $750,000 in fraudulent refund checks faces up 10 years in federal prison and millions in fines, authorities say.

Law incubator set for Feb. opening in Hartford

Patricia Daddona |

UConn School of Law is launching a new Hartford-based incubator in February to provide affordable legal services to people who need it and help lawyers establish solo practices.

UConn's hospital settles ADA-breach claim

Gregory Seay |

UConn's teaching hospital in Farmington has agreed to a federal settlement that improves the quality of services to its deaf and hard-of-hearing patients, authorities say.

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