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Norwalk Residential Care Facility Fined, Ordered To Hire Consultant

August 1, 2017
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Norwalk Residential Care Facility Fined, Ordered To Hire Consultant

By Cara Rosner State health officials have fined a Norwalk residential care home $1,000 and ordered it to hire an independent consultant after uncovering safety violations there earlier this year. Carlson Place was ordered to hire a consultant within four weeks of the consent order, which was signed June 26 by state Department of...

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Deported Army Veteran Gains U.S. Citizenship, Reunited With Connecticut Family

July 25, 2017
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Deported Army Veteran Gains U.S. Citizenship, Reunited With Connecticut Family

By Peggy McCarthy Arnold Giammarco, the Army and National Guard veteran deported to Italy nearly five years ago, is back home in Connecticut with his wife and daughter. On May 14, 2011, federal immigration officials stormed Giammarco’s porch as he talked on the phone, ordered him to lie face down, handcuffed him and placed...

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Ansonia Nurse Accused Of Murder Gets Another Chance To Keep License

July 25, 2017
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Ansonia Nurse Accused Of Murder Gets Another Chance To Keep License

By Kate Farrish A licensed practical nurse from Ansonia who is accused of murdering an Eastern Connecticut State University student will get another chance to keep his nursing license. Last week, the Board of Examiners for Nursing vacated a decision it made in June to revoke the license of Jermaine V. Richards, 34, after...

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Connecticut Nursing Board Disciplines Four Nurses

July 25, 2017
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Connecticut Nursing Board Disciplines Four Nurses

By Kate Farrish The state Board of Examiners for Nursing has disciplined four nurses, including three in cases involving alcohol or drugs. The board on July 19 temporarily suspended the registered nurse license of Fernando Roldan of Hartford for failing to comply with the terms of a four-year probation, including attending therapy or support...

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