For more than 10 years, the legislature has used the fuel tax and other revenue to help plug gaps in the state’s budget.
President Obama has already ordered the $10.10 an hour minimum for certain federal projects. The proposed rate translates to a little more than $21,000 annually.
Connecticut and New York are preserving more than a half-billion dollars in food stamp benefits by increasing home heating assistance by a several million dollars.
As if there hadn’t been enough of them already, yet another winter storm is coming – and just in time to make the Monday morning commute a disaster.
There are a little more than three weeks before winter ends on the calendar, but Mother Nature isn’t letting up just yet.
One survey found nearly 3 in 10 homes in the U.S. have rodents. In the northeast, 35 percent of survey respondents reported a rodent infestation, the highest percentage in any geographic area.
A post on Gov. Dannel Malloy’s Twitter account said President Barack Obama will be in the state next Wednesday for a “Raise the Wage” event.
Thomas F. Prendergast, chairman and chief executive of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, and Joseph Giulietti met on Thursday with the legislature’s Transportation Committee.
An outraged mother in Connecticut was demanding action Wednesday, after another child’s relative took her son from school.
University of Connecticut officials knew of sexual abuse allegations against a music professor a decade before taking action, according to an independent investigative report.
The city issued precautions for more snow Wednesday, but major accumulation was not expected.
A woman turned herself in to police this week in Westport, Conn., after allegedly stealing one tip jar, and money form a second one, at a local restaurant with her two small children in tow in December.
According to a recent Pew study, 67 percent of Internet users in a marriage or committed relationship have shared the password to one or more of their online accounts with their spouse or partner.
Mitch Fuchs appeared before the state Legislature’s Executive and Legislative Nominations Committee on Tuesday, saying he does not serve happily on the board of the Connecticut Rail Commuter Council.
On Friday, Michael Shaw, who runs the New Haven to Grand Central route, told passengers at four Connecticut stations to wait on the platform for an express train that, unbeknownst to him, was canceled.