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Phil Hall

Phil Hall is a former United Nations-based reporter for Fairchild Broadcast News, the author of nine books (including the newly released "Moby Dick: The Radio Play"), the host of the SoundCloud podcast "The Online Movie Show," co-host of the WAPJ-FM talk show "Nutmeg Chatter" and a writer with credits in The New York Times, New York Daily News, Hartford Courant, Wired, The Hill's Congress Blog and Profit Confidential.

Connecticut saves $40,000 in online casualty adjuster renewals

Connecticut Insurance Department will email renewal notices to the 73,000 casualty adjusters and motor vehicle property damage appraisers.

Jepsen and Schneiderman oppose Trump on undoing Clean Power Plan

AGs promise they "won’t hesitate to protect those we serve."

Connecticut personal income grew 3 percent in 2016

The state also ranked first for per capita personal income.

New York and Connecticut score low in best places to practice...

However, Connecticut ranked fifth among the states with the least punitive state medical boards.

Grant funding process begins for Connecticut’s Brownfield Remediation Program

$4 million is being allocated for remediation projects and $1 million is set aside for assessment projects.

101,000-square-foot lease agreement at Merritt 8 in Stratford

Yale New Haven Health and North East Medical Group will house multiple office and support functions at the location.

Working Families Party targets Greenwich billionaires in demonstrations

Demonstrators demand closure of "tax loophole" for hedge fund managers.

Mother-daughter retailer Saltwater officially opened in ceremony

Fairfield store specializes in clothing, jewelry and gifts for mothers and young daughters.

Priceline takeover rumors help bump up TripAdvisor shares

However, stories on a potential acquisition have been bubbling for two years.

Connecticut State Colleges and Universities seeks tuition hike

Proposed increases will be divided over a two-year period.

New bill introduced to preserve funding for Long Island Sound programs

Connecticut and New York legislators seek to fend off Trump budget cuts to water quality and shore restoration endeavors.

Connecticut home sales down in February

Townhouse and condo sales also take a tumble.

Bridgeport’s City Lights advocates for local arts

Executive director Suzanne Kachmar aggressively lobbies for her gallery's artists and the citywide art scene.

How can restaurant startups avoid a recipe for business disaster?

Insufficient capital and inadequate promotion offer two strikes against aspiring restauranteurs.

IBM brings cognitive computing to eldercare facility study

Research will identify potential factors that affect 30-day hospital readmission rates in eldercare patients.