This popular New York City public park has a dark past

Washington Square Park is a wonderful place for a rainbow of reasons including the dog park, street performers and N.Y. Dosas, the resident South Indian food tr
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This Ice Cream Shop Is Selling a Gelato Burger

An international ice cream shop is turning heads in the United States with an unlikely new mashup, but the Gelato Burger isn' t as rank as it sounds. Curious ca
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This Ice Cream Shop Is Selling a Gelato Burger

An international ice cream shop is turning heads in the United States with an unlikely new mashup, but the Gelato Burger isn' t as rank as it sounds. Curious ca
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Izzy Young, who organized Dylan's first big concert, dies

The daughter of Izzy Young, who in 1961 organized the first New York concert by Bob Dylan, says her father has died
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Massachusetts will likely wait to recoup unpaid Conn. tolls

Massachusetts faces waiting for Connecticut to enact tolls before it can recoup millions in unpaid levies.
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Company closing in Edgerton will cost more than 100 jobs

A global transportation and supply chain management company is closing its Edgerton location, putting 136 people out of work
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Lawmaker wants to require opioid warning signs at pharmacies

A state lawmaker has introduced a bill to require signs at pharmacies to warn people about the risks of taking opioids
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Correction: Highway Tolls story

Correction: Highway Tolls story
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Anti-toll group planning to appear at lawmaker's meetings

An anti-tolling group is urging fellow opponents to appear at a Greenwich senator's constituent meetings to register their opposition to highway tolls
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The Latest: Gov. Ned Lamont's 1st speech receives praise

Gov. Ned Lamont's first address to Connecticut lawmakers received bipartisan praise
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The Latest: Gov. Ned Lamont promises balanced state budget

Gov. Ned Lamont promises to deliver a balanced budget for Connecticut and government efficiencies
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The Latest: Weicker praises Lamont, says he'll be great

Former Gov. Lowell P. Weicker says Connecticut's new governor will be great for the state, crediting him with having compassion
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Lamont sworn in as governor, urges state to "think boldly"

Democrat Ned Lamont was sworn in as Connecticut's 89th governor and urged the state to "think boldly."
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The Latest: Lamont sworn in as Connecticut's 89th governor

Ned Lamont, a former businessman, is sworn into office as Connecticut's 89th governor
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Lamont to be sworn in as governor, promising "fresh start"

Democrat Ned Lamont will be sworn in as Connecticut's 89th governor, promising a "fresh start" for the state
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High court won't take case of Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel

The Supreme Court is leaving in place a decision that vacated a murder conviction against Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel
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The Latest: Victim's mom disappointed with Skakel decision

The mother of 1975 homicide victim Martha Moxley says she's disappointed the U.S. Supreme Court left in place a ruling that vacated Kennedy cousin Michael Skake
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Body found under platform of Stamford train station

A body has been found at a train station in Stamford
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Judge again denies appeal from ex-candidates to return pot

A Rhode Island judge is sticking with his earlier decision not to return marijuana seized from two former political candidates
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Besides his campaign, Lamont foots bill for transition

Connecticut's incoming governor is covering the cost of his transition, after spending more than $12 million on his election
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Judge denies motion from couple who wants marijuana returned

A judge has ruled a former candidate for governor of Rhode Island as well as a former attorney general candidate cannot get their marijuana back, saying it is s
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Man who pleaded guilty to hit-and-run gets 2 years in prison

A Connecticut man who pleaded guilty to his role in a fatal hit-and-run has been sentenced to two years in prison
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Aaron Sorkin hits Broadway with an iconic courtroom drama

Aaron Sorkin returns to Broadway with an adaptation of the classic courtroom drama 'To Kill a Mockingbird' after undergoing some real-life legal drama of his ow
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Court concludes Tesla illegally sold cars at gallery

A Connecticut judge has ruled the electric car manufacturer Tesla illegally sold cars from its gallery in Greenwich, agreeing with the state's conclusion
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