Kaitlyn Krasselt, Register Citizen

Kaitlyn Krasselt

Register Citizen

Connecticut, United States

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Recent:
  • The Middletown Press
  • Register Citizen
Past:
  • Stamford Advocate
  • New Haven Register
  • TheHourNews
  • Greenwich Time
  • The News-Times
  • Connecticut Post
  • Westport News
  • MyNBC5 (WPTZ)

Recent articles by Kaitlyn:

How to catch a beefalo: the true story of a police captain and his Bovine Bigfoot

Plymouth Police Captain Edward Benecchi might finally have Buddy the Beefalo in his sights after searching for the wayward bull for more than a month. → Read More

How to catch a beefalo: the true story of a police captain and his Bovine Bigfoot

Plymouth Police Captain Edward Benecchi might finally have Buddy the Beefalo in his sights after searching for the wayward bull for more than a month. → Read More

Bannon allowed to travel to CT for work — but doing what?

The former Trump adviser, out on bail, is allowed to travel only to New York City and Washington DC areas, and portions of Connecticut "for work." → Read More

The state could dismantle Eversource, maybe. Would it help customers?

U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal argues regulating Eversource out of CT and returning electrical distribution to local owners would result in better rates and service. → Read More

The state could dismantle Eversource, maybe. Would it help customers?

U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal argues regulating Eversource out of CT and returning electrical distribution to local owners would result in better rates and service. → Read More

Lamont: There are ‘no other plans’ to open bars, start phase 3 yet

Lamont postponed phase 3, originally slated for July 20, in early July after COVID outbreaks began to surge across the country. → Read More

Insiders back GOP chairman even as elected Republicans attack him

A meeting of the Republican state central committee led to no hard questions for J.R. Romano despite calls for his ouster by elected GOP leaders. → Read More

State to towns: Mailing absentee ballots is your problem

Connecticut's secretary of the state hired a vendor to mail absentee ballots for the primary but has now ended that system, leaving towns with the task. → Read More

Cuomo: Health workers to supervise annual 9/11 light tribute

NEW YORK (AP) - The annual light display honoring victims of 9/11 is back on, officials announced Saturday, saying New York health officials will supervise this year's tribute to ensure workers' safety amid concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic. "This year it is especially important that we all appreciate and commemorate 9/11, the lives lost and the heroism displayed ‎as New Yorkers are… → Read More

Cuomo: Health workers to supervise annual 9/11 light tribute

NEW YORK (AP) - The annual light display honoring victims of 9/11 is back on, officials announced Saturday, saying New York health officials will supervise this year's tribute to ensure workers' safety amid concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic. "This year it is especially important that we all appreciate and commemorate 9/11, the lives lost and the heroism displayed ‎as New Yorkers are… → Read More

GOP chairman declines to resign over handling of candidate assault charges

Rep. Themis Klarides says J.R. Romano should step down after failing to alert authorities to evidence in an alleged assault by a candidate for Congress. → Read More

Yale, CT draw national praise over free stress course for educators

The 10-hour course, financed by Dalio Education, is free of charge to 100,000 people who work in public or private schools in Connecticut. → Read More

Yale to offer free emotional learning course for all CT school staff

Funded by a Dalio Education grant, the course will help anyone who works in a school manage stress and anxiety amid the COVID pandemic. → Read More

Trump, Biden top 80 percent; few glitches at polls, in flood of mailed ballots

In the nation's final primary of 2020, several towns reported Democrats voting more by absentee ballot than Republicans, who voted largely in person. → Read More

Lamont order: Ballots postmarked by Tuesday will count

Ballots must be received by registrars of voters by Thursday to be counted. The change was made due to Tropical Storm Isaias disrupting mail delivery. → Read More

How Eversource emerged from storm Isaias unprepared

Weather forecasting was part of the picture as Eversource emerged flat-footed from Isaias in Connecticut, but other factors made the problems worse. → Read More

Cell carriers scramble to install backup power

The two biggest providers, AT&T and Verizon, reported 96 percent and 98 percent, respectively, of impacted areas were fully operational as of Thursday afternoon. → Read More

CT marks 3rd day with zero COVID deaths

Connecticut's success in controlling the COVID-19 pandemic reached a new milestone Thursday at the same time the state is struggling to deal with the destruction caused by Tropical Storm Isaias. More people have died from accidents related to the storm than have died with COVID-19 in Connecticut in the last three days. Gov. Ned Lamont reported zero deaths from COVID for the third straight day… → Read More

Anger at Eversource over outages reflect 2011-12 failures

Trees are down across the state, wiping out power lines and leaving more than 90 percent of homes without power in many towns across the state, particularly along the shoreline. → Read More

Fight erupts over 20,000 unmailed absentee ballots

A handoff between the secretary of the state's office and town clerks added to confusion over the mailing of 20,000 ballots for the Aug. 11 primary. → Read More