Nobody attending SantaCon this weekend – and nobody else either, for that matter – will be drinking alcohol on Metro-North or Long Island Rail Road for most of this weekend.
Connecticut officials report that nearly 56 percent of registered voters turned out for the November election.
The Energy Department has again lowered its prediction for the average price of a gallon of gas next year to $2.60.
Some supporters of tougher gun laws will be in Washington Wednesday, calling for expanded background checks to prevent gun violence.
A flood watch is in effect through late Tuesday night for New York City, parts of Long Island, Westchester, Orange, Rockland and Putnam counties as well as for parts of Connecticut, New Jersey.
Probate court records show that parents of 10 of the 20 first-graders killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School have created estates for their children, which would be required to file lawsuits on their behalf.
In addition to the cold temps, wet and windy weather is heading our way.
The federal government wants Connecticut to get in line with most of the country, which means highway exits that correspond to mileage.
A Stamford woman has pleaded not guilty to fleeing the scene of a car crash where two people were left to die.
Felicia Burl is accused of being at the wheel of a 2002 Nissan Altima that ran a red light near the Greenwich-Stamford line and slammed into a station wagon Nov. 7.
The Federal Railroad Administration outlined four levels of proposals in a report last month at NECFuture.com.
Authorities said that at least eight homes were hit by thieves. The targets all had one thing in common, no one was home.
Teachers at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, have told top union leaders in the state and nationally that they are worried what will happen once funding for mental health services runs out by the next school year.
The president of Metro-North Railroad has told Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy that the commuter rail line cannot reach its target of 95 percent on-time service.
A draft decision issued Monday by the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority reduces the amount sought by the utility by more than $100 million.