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Logan unseats Crisco

ANSONIA — There will be a new face representing the 17th Senatorial District. Republican George Logan, a 47-year-old political newcomer, defeated longtime Democrat incumbent Joseph Crisco to win the Senate…

Legislators announce office hours

NAUGATUCK — State senators Joan Hartley and Joe Crisco and state representatives Rosa Rebimbas and David Labriola will hold office hours this week. The office hours are Thursday from 6…

Legislators holding office hours

NAUGATUCK — Local legislators are holding office hours to meet with Naugatuck residents. State representatives Rosa Rebimbas (R-70) and David Labriola (R-131) and state senators Joe Crisco (D-17) and Joan…

Crisco reappointed Insurance and Real Estate Committee co-chair

HARTFORD — State Sen. Joseph Crisco, Jr. (D-17) has been reappointed to serve as Senate Chair of the legislature’s Insurance and Real Estate Committee. Crisco was reappointed by Senate President…

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Crisco, Winsley react to ruling on health care act

On Thursday morning, the Supreme Court upheld, by a 5-4 vote, the individual mandate requiring citizens to have insurance or face a penalty under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) known…

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Historic Depot Street Bridge gets new life

BEACON FALLS – When he was in grade school, Beacon Falls state Rep. Len Greene remembers walking to little league practice and joking with his friends about when the Depot…

Crisco re-appointed to co-chair of Insurance and Real Estate Committee

HARTFORD — State Sen. Joseph J. Crisco, Jr. (D-Woodbridge) has been re-appointed by Senate President Pro Tempore Donald E. Williams, Jr. (D-Brooklyn) to serve as Senate Chair of the legislature’s…

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17th district candidates spar over issues

NAUGATUCK — The only thing remotely close between 17th-district opponents Joseph Crisco and Tamath Rossi at Tuesday night’s Candidates’ Forum were the chairs they were sitting in. Crisco, the incumbent…

Concussion law passed in Connecticut

When in doubt, sit it out. That’s the gist of a new state law which will go into effect during this school year. The statute, Public Act 10-62, “An Act…