Alexander Soule, The Middletown Press

Alexander Soule

The Middletown Press

Norwalk, CT, United States

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Recent:
  • The Middletown Press
  • The News-Times
  • Register Citizen
  • Stamford Advocate
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  • Greenwich Time
  • New Haven Register
  • TheHourNews
  • Connecticut Post
  • The Ridgefield Press
  • Inside Scoop SF
  • Times Union

Recent articles by Alexander:

Top Workplaces: An ambulance corps looks back on triumphs and tragedy

In a brutal year, Greenwich Emergency Medical Service is among the highest finishers in the Hearst CT Media Top Workplaces contest. → Read More

Premier League games to start earlier to help pub-going fans

LONDON (AP) - The Premier League has pushed forward the starting times of its midweek games to ensure pub-going fans in England don't miss the final minutes of matches amid ramped-up coronavirus restrictions in the country. The British government has announced that pubs must close at the earlier time of 10 p.m. in England in an effort to curb the spread of the virus. That would mean soccer fans… → Read More

Change in state property sales law could spark vast redevelopment

Under Connecticut's Transfer Act, thousands of contaminated commercial properties have been left idle as owners dodge the cost of remediation that would accompany any sale. → Read More

Change in state property sales law could spark vast redevelopment

Under Connecticut's Transfer Act, thousands of contaminated commercial properties have been left idle as owners dodge the cost of remediation that would accompany any sale. → Read More

Appeals court rules in favor of Eversource, Avangrid in $3.6B natural gas lawsuit

An appeals court is allowing natural gas utilities to reserve excess capacity beyond their needs, which has inflated prices for electricity in New England winters. → Read More

As office suite operators reel, hybrid Ridgefield startup moves ahead

With the bankruptcy of an executive suite chain, a Ridgefield coworking center marks six months in business with a focus on engaging kids during the workweek. → Read More

CT electric outages past 2 days could rein in future rates

Under a proposed new law in Connecticut, any electricity outage lasting more than two days could allow the state to limit future rates under "performance-based" criteria. → Read More

Eversource CEO finally emerges during CT hearing on Isaias response

Connecticut General Assembly members said they understood the challenges faced by Eversource after Tropical Storm Isaias, but held to the stance the utility's preparations were insufficient. → Read More

Eversource defends Isaias response, no mention of CT customer restitution

In advance of CEO Jim Judge meeting with Connecticut legislators on Thursday, the company issued an accounting for its preparation and response to Tropical Storm Isaias. → Read More

Letter: CT Dist. 149 candidate Fiorello offers ‘a welcome change’

Stamford resident opines that "Kimberly Fiorello, Republican running for District House Seat 149, is a welcome change to our Connecticut General Assembly." → Read More

Criterion Cinemas in Greenwich to reopen Monday

Bow Tie Cinemas has instituted new policies to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

West Haven City Hall remains closed Fridays; tax office window closed Aug. 31

To allow window access, the city installed tents and plywood staging areas and a plywood ramp and walkway, on the Campbell Avenue side of the building. → Read More

Opinion: COVID-19 and life as a college student

Western students describe how the pandemic affects their education and attitude → Read More

Norwalk celebrates anniversary of 19th Amendment

The ceremony celebrated the 19th Amendment and marked the 100th anniversary of the Norwalk League of Women Voters. → Read More

Letter: Danbury Railway Museum issues invite to John Oliver and Hearst columnist Dan Haar

Museum president says the place is for more than just 'train guys' → Read More

Opinion: Western Connecticut State University students talk of college life during the coronavirus, part 2

University students describe how the pandemic has changed their thinking. → Read More

East Haven Stop & Shop unveils remodel, grocery pickup program

To mark the occasion, the 370 Hemingway Ave. store donated cash and nonperishable items to the East Haven Food Pantry, officials said. → Read More

Gas leak reported in Milford

The leak reported at shortly after 8:30 a.m. in the Wildermere Beach neighborhood. → Read More

DOT: Norwalk to NY taking 45 minutes on I-95 due to disabled truck

The state Department of Transportation says average traffic speeds through the area are 22 mph. → Read More

Dozens still without power in Norwalk

At 6:30 a.m., Eversource reported that 59 customers in Norwalk were still without power. → Read More