IRS says tax relief on the way for cracked foundation homeowners

IRS says tax relief on the way for cracked foundation homeowners

Tax relief will be on the way for homeowners with cracked foundations, according to the IRS.  On Thursday’s Brad & Dan Show, Len Besthoff of the NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters will explain.

Simon Owen and Eben Brown join the program from FOX News, plus Chris Radlicz from the Catholic Families Cemeteries Association pays a visit.

As always, your calls at 888-574-2723, and Cindy Weightman has the latest on traffic.  The latest in weather, news and sports also come your way.

Brad & Dan start your Thursday morning at 6:00.

Boughton announces, will Bronin?

Boughton announces, will Bronin?

Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton has announced he is a candidate for the Republican Party gubernatorial nomination in Connecticut.  On Wednesday’s Brad & Dan Show, Boughton will explain why he is running for the state’s highest office.

Also joining Brad & Dan will be Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin in his monthly appearance.  Bronin, by the way, has formed an exploratory committee for governor.

State Sen. Joe Markley and Vinnie Aspirmonti of Aerus, the Healthy Home Experts, will be on the program as well.

As always, your calls at 888-574-2723, along with Cindy Weightman on traffic reports and the latest in weather, news and sports.

Brad & Dan start your Wednesday morning at 6:00.

Connecticut could be next

Connecticut could be next

In an effort to generate more revenue, Pennsylvania has launched a massive expansion of its gaming industry.  Soon, people in that state will be able to bet at truck stops and online at home.  As soon as the spring, they can download an “ilottery” app that will enable them to play the lottery on their smartphone or tablet.

If Pennsylvania is adopting this action, can Connecticut be far behind?

On Wednesday’s CT On The Hill, host Dan Lovallo will answer the question.

Plus your calls at 888-574-2723.

CT On The Hill starts at 9 a.m.

Governor nominates McDonald to be next Chief Justice

Governor nominates McDonald to be next Chief Justice

Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has nominated Connecticut Supreme Court Justice Andrew McDonald to be the next chief justice of the court.  On Tuesday’s CT On The Hill, host Dan Lovallo will discuss the selection, including the history between Malloy and McDonald, dating back to their Stamford days.

Plus your calls at 888-574-2723.

CT On The Hill starts at 9 a.m.

 

Lembo explains windfall and Rennie handicaps race

Lembo explains windfall and Rennie handicaps race

Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has announced that the state has received $900 million in unanticipated income tax revenue.  For a financially-challenged state, it’s like winning Powerball.  Or is it?  On Tuesday’s Brad & Dan Show, state comptroller Kevin Lembo will explain what the $900 million means.

The governor’s race is heating up and the Hartford Courant’s Kevin Rennie will offer his perspective.  Meanwhile, Mike McGarry recaps “First Night Hartford” and Howard Schwartz from the Better Business Bureau, serving Connecticut, will have the latest consumer news.

As always, your calls at 888-574-2723, plus the latest in traffic with Cindy Weightman plus weather, news and sports.

Brad & Dan get your Tuesday morning started at 6.

All politics is local

All politics is local

The late U.S. Speaker of the House Tip O’Neill once famously declared “All politics is local.”  Entering this important election year, we will be reminded of that statement this week in numerous Connecticut municipalities.

On Monday’s CT On The Hill, Dan Lovallo will explain the significant events taking place at the local level.

Plus your calls at 888-574-2723.

CT On The Hill starts at 9 a.m.