Community investment funds are in trouble, says the front page of the Courant.
There’s some speculative grumbling about the the kind of treatment the son of Dan Malloy is expected to get in court. Of course, nothing has happened yet, so this is kind of an odd article to run.
The deadline to register to vote in tomorrow’s special election in Bloomfield and Windsor (15th House district) is today at noon.
You can now get a tattoo in New London.
Jim Himes confronts anger over TARP–from constituents who work for companies benefited by the bill.
Lastly, an alligator was found wandering around South Windsor. Weird!
What else is going on?