March is still coming in like a lion as more snow moves in Wednesday night after a wintry mix of snow and rain left roads and sidewalks a slushy mess.
As Mother Nature belts the Tri-State Area with snowstorm after snowstorm, some municipalities are draining their budgets to clean up the mess.
Mike Riley, head of the Motor Transport Association of Connecticut, attributes the improvement to a more intense focus on the drivers themselves — measures such as alcohol and drug testing and required medical exams.
Trumbull First Selectman Timothy M. Herbst ordered the painting temporarily removed from the town library until there’s a formal agreement in place protecting the town from liability.
At the elementary school where the father is a highly respected social worker, donations have flooded in to help the family that now must start over from scratch.
The Federal Highway Administration has approved a study of an electronic toll system in Connecticut.
New York City as well as points east and west are expected to see up to 3 inches of snow, with lesser amounts south where the changeover to rain occurs early.
The battle surrounding long term funding is actually over immigration reform.
A desperate search was under way Friday for a college student from southwest Connecticut who vanished in Western New York.
The U.S. House of Representatives late Friday passed a bill extending funding for the Department of Homeland Security by one week — just two hours before a midnight deadline.
A woman whose sport utility vehicle got stuck on Connecticut train tracks during a traffic jam as a train approached has been saved by a quick-thinking policeman.
Just before 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, traffic was backed up on Cross Street when Officer Neil Robertson noticed the SUV directly in the path of the oncoming train.
Police are investigating if a woman who robbed a Darien, Connecticut bank Tuesday is connected to two other robberies.
Better car mileage has led to a reduction in the amount of money collected from the state’s gas tax, prompting lawmakers to search for a new funding source to pay for much-needed highway and bridge repairs.
Bond was set at $50,000 for 22-year-old Lonergan and 20-year-old Agha Al Nakib. Kramer, 21, was freed after posting a $5,000 bond.