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We're trying to help you avoid the lawsuit we're going to file. That exchange took place Wednesday night in the aldermanic chamber in City Hall, where the Board of Aldermen's Finance Committee considered a request from the city firefighters union.
The math trouble led to mistakes in the final scoring of the test. Nine firefighters were given an erroneous preliminary score, then had their scores adjusted. Three firefighters who were initially informed they'd failed the test were then told they'
Conn. (AP) A New Haven fire captain charged with reckless endangerment last month after a colleague said he pointed a handgun at him is due back in court. Richard Rife is scheduled to appear Wednesday in New Haven Superior Court on the misdemeanor
District Judge Charles Haight has dismissed a discrimination case brought by Briscoe (pictured), who had argued that a 2003 fire department exam had a disparate impact on African-Americans and kept him from a promotion that should have been his.
Richard Rife said he never pointed a gun at a fellow firefighter at the Lombard Street firehouseand never even had the gun that two eyewitnesses said he had. Rife made that claim in an arrest warrant affidavit released Friday in state Superior Court
A New Haven fire captain has been charged with reckless endangerment after he allegedly displayed a handgun during an argument with an acting fire captain while the two were on duty, police said Thursday. Richard Rife, 47, was charged with the
Respond Fifty years ago this August, Martin Luther King led the historic March on Washington where he delivered his I have a dream' speech. He called for an end to racism and dreamed that one day people would be judged not by the colour of their skin
Kottage defeated challenger Darrell Brooks by 156 to 107 votes last week to be reelected president of the International Association of Fire Fighters Local 825. Ricci (pictured in theabove file photo) faced the stiffest competition: He defeated Kevin
Bankruptcy Judge Sean Lane has begun hearing American Airlines' request to throw out its contracts with the Transport Workers Union, Association of Professional Flight Attendants and Allied Pilots Association. Leading the charge for American is Jack
Supreme Court case, attorney Karen Torre argued that race should not play a role in New Haven's fire department promotions exams. Now she hopes to take that argument for race-blindness further and have the court strike down part of the 1964 Civil