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Connecticut Investing in Electric Vehicle Stations

The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and Department of Transportation are making $200,000 available to install charging stations hoping to more than double the number of electric vehicle charging stations by the end of the year. Funding will be awarded to proposals that provide the most matching money, are most accessible to the

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Gulf Oil Providing Electricity Services In Massachusetts

As the official power supplier to Fenway Park, Gulf extends its service to residential and commercial customers across the Commonwealth. Gulf Oil’s Gulf Electricity services, which were first made available in Connecticut and Maine earlier this year, are now available to Massachusetts residential and commercial customers.  The expansion of Gulf Electricity into Massachusetts is part

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Getty Realty Selling 66 Properties

The majority of the sites are located on high-traffic corners in mature neighborhoods and in small towns. Getty Realty Corp. is divesting 66 commercial and retail properties. The 66 properties are located in a variety of urban and suburban markets in six Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic states, including 11 properties in New York, 21 in New

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Cigarette Tax Changes Proposed For Rhode Island

State lawmaker looks to reduce cigarette tax to keep smokers shopping inside Rhode Island. Rhode Island Representative Robert Philips is calling on the state to slash its cigarette tax by $1 to encourage smokers to shop local instead of crossing state borders to buy smokes in neighboring Massachusetts and Connecticut, thus keeping tax dollars in

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Irving Oil Awards $60,000 to Six Community Organizations

Each organization earns up to $15,000 to support education, the environment, and local communities through Irving’s  Community Fuel Grant Program. Irving Oil has just awarded $60,000 to support six local community organizations throughout Atlantic Canada and New England through its Community Fuel Grant Program. Each organization applied and requested for a grant worth up to

Tedeschi Remodels Three Locations

Continuing with its plan to update all of its sites, Tedeschi Food Shops has remodeled three stores in Leominster, Mass., bringing the total of locations remodeled in 2010 to 16. The stores are located at 185 Main Street, 766 Central Street and 782 North Main Street, and now offer a wide variety of fresh, healthy

Cosmetic Lenses Cause Conflict in Connecticut

Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal is demanding that convenience stores and other retail locations in the state immediately stop selling cosmetic contact lenses, the Hartford Courant reported. Noncorrective lenses can only be legally sold to consumers by licensed eye care professionals, Blumenthal said at a press conference. Dr. William Ehlers, a Hartford ophthalmologist, discovered the

Should Customers Pay For Air?

Gas stations in Connecticut are being called out for disobeying a law that says it’s illegal for motorists to pay for air in the state, The Day reported. Across the nation, gas stations have been adding coin-operated air compressors for the customers to use to inflate tires, but while Connecticut stations are allowed to use

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