A United Express flight landed safely at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, Connecticut Friday, after the pilot extinguished a small cockpit fire.
The massive hack of U.S. government computers could put the entire federal workforce, including tens of thousands in the Tri-State area, at risk.
General Electric says the idea that it has been planning layoffs in Connecticut and plans to use the state’s just-passed budget as “cover” is completely untrue.
China-based hackers were being blamed Thursday for a data breach that may have left personal information vulnerable for current and former federal employees around the country.
The vote came about a half-hour before the midnight adjournment Wednesday.
It now heads to the Senate, which by law must act on the package by midnight when the General Assembly is scheduled to adjourn for the summer.
Rank-and-file members of the House of Representatives were learning details of the new revisions Tuesday morning.
Connecticut Lawmakers Pass Bill Making It Easier For Transgender People To Change Birth Certificates
Advocates say the course of care for transgender people does not always involve surgery.
The senator said Congress has been funding repairs for the Stamford bridge and other spans nationwide in piecemeal fashion.
Rank-and-file Connecticut lawmakers will be briefed Monday on a tentative two-year budget agreement reached between Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and the General Assembly’s Democrats early Sunday.
In an effort to boost reliability, Eversource Energy has been installing new equipment and checking substations and power lines.
Republicans, the minority party in both chambers, have a plan that calls for no new taxes and are frustrated that none of their lawmakers have been invited to budget talks.
A man claiming to work for the water company showed up at the woman’s front door saying he was there to check a leaky pipe, a service that would cost $50, police said.
A barrier beach is reopening for its first full summer season in 19 years.