Jose Salgado, 57, and his wife were working in their store, Sapiao’s Grocery at 351 Lexington Ave., when two armed men came in at about 3 p.m. Saturday and demanded money, police said.
Powdered alcohol is a tragedy waiting to happen, said Sen. Richard Blumenthal who is outraged that a federal agency has approved the controversial new product for sale in liquor stores.
Kyle Seitz received a conditional discharge and was spared prison time and probation at his sentencing Thursday in Danbury Superior Court.
Dennis Klaus lost his home in Brooklyn and Maryann Daino lost her home in Staten Island to the Oct. 29, 2012 storm.
A recent coyote attack involving a dog in Darien, Conn., has pet owners on alert.
Police in Trumbull, Conn., have closed the case into who defaced a painting that hangs in the town library after being unable to pinpoint exactly who did it.
The report singles out five agencies for having “statistically significant” racial or ethnic disparities in their data and says further investigation is warranted.
The Powassan virus has symptoms that are similar to those of Lyme disease, including headache, nausea and fever.
Proponents of the idea like the idea that the private contractors who lease highways would not only collect tolls, but also maintain the highways. The downside, state Rep. Gail Lavielle believes, would be inevitable toll hikes.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has lifted a ban on some state-funded travel to Indiana, saying he believes changes made to an Indiana religious-objections law will keep it from being used to discriminate against gay people.
Police in Darien, Conn., caught an unlikely visitor at a home on Partridge Lane Thursday night.
Thousands of Connecticut taxpayers could potentially receive a lucrative financial windfall, U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal said Friday.
Police responding to a report of a hostage in Upper Freehold Township discovered it was a hoax.
The Democrat announced Thursday on Twitter that he’s setting up an exploratory committee for a comeback bid.
State police and more than 50 local police departments in Connecticut have started a crackdown on people using their cell phones.