Jeff has worked in news since 2001, most recently as the city reporter for the Hartford Courant.
While at the paper, he won a National Headliner Award for a Northeast Magazine story about the ostracized widow of the state's first casualty in Iraq; wrote about his post-Katrina, flooded out home in New Orleans; and was part of a team of reporters that broke the stories of alleged corruption at Hartford City Hall that led to the arrest of Mayor Eddie A. Perez.
Before his time at the Courant, Jeff worked at the Meriden Record-Journal and as a freelancer for the New York Times. He lives in Middletown with his wife, two daughters, and their cats.
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