Monthly Archives: October 2012

Connecticut River Towns Prepare For High Water

Storm Preparation At Brewer Deep River Marina (Jeff Cohen/WNPR)

High water is also threatening the lower Connecticut River, which rises and falls with the tides.  WNPR’s Jeff Cohen reports on preparations there.

Here’s the story.

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McMahon Spends Money On The Ground In Hartford

Republicans don’t generally spend a lot of time or money in Hartford.  But as WNPR’s Jeff Cohen reports, Linda McMahon is trying to do  both in her bid for the senate against Democrat Chris Murphy.

Here’s the story.

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No Cloud Computing For Hartford

One reason Google and other cloud computing services are popular is because they’re free to the individual user.  But if you’re the city of Hartford, making the switch from local services to the cloud is an expensive affair.

Here’s our story.

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Where We Live: Is Medical Advertising Educational or Promotional?

Every now and again, John Dankosky actually takes a break and leaves us to work without him.

And that means I got to sit in his chair.

This morning, I hosted WNPR’s Where We Live on advertising in the healthcare industry.  Give it a listen.

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Hartford Police Still Investigating The Death of Dartanyon Blake

Here’s the release.

 

 

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McMahon and Obama: The New Dream Team?

Here’s something you don’t see every day.

It’s a campaign ad paid for by Republican senate candidate Linda McMahon that tells Independent voters that it’s okay to split their tickets — one vote for Linda, another vote for Democratic President Barack Obama.

“I’m supporting President Obama and Linda McMahon.”

Give it a listen.

We’ll have more on this on our air this evening, including some tape of McMahon (provided by the Murphy campaign) in support of Mitt Romney: “I really believe that he, more than any other candidate, will in fact turn our economy around and get our country back on track.”

In a close campaign with a good amount of undecided voters, it’s an interesting turn.

We’ve reached out to both McMahon and Murphy for comment.

UPDATE: Here’s the link to our story with Murphy’s response.

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Doctors Still Upset About New Vaccine Program

In January, the state will roll out a new program forcing doctors to get most of their child vaccines from the state.  But physicians have been opposed to the change.  And, as WNPR’s Jeff Cohen reports, two groups representing doctors say the state’s new plan leaves them shocked and dismayed.

Here’s the story.

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