A Connecticut businessman was arrested Wednesday on charges that he conspired to pocket hundreds of thousands of dollars illegally by lying about art sales.
Police later found the car but did not find the man.
A search was under way Tuesday night for a missing couple from Easton, Connecticut.
No doubt New York City is pretty wondrous, but so are the surrounding areas. Trains departing regularly from Grand Central take you to tiny towns, great art, manicured gardens with stunning views, and even an abandoned castle in the middle of the Hudson River.
A neighbor reportedly showed police a video he took of the naked man in the bushes outside his home.
Operators of surgery centers across Connecticut were working Wednesday to persuade state lawmakers to scrap a new tax in the Democratic budget, which they claim will prompt some facilities to close.
Business leaders from Fairfield County heard from state lawmakers, Republican and Democrat, about their parties’ budget plans.
Four schools were put on lockdown in Westport, Connecticut Tuesday, amid concerns that two men protesting an Israeli Defense Force talk inside a temple might have been carrying a gun.
State Rep. Gail Lavielle, of Wilton, said she plans to press for an update on providing Wi-Fi for every passenger who needs to work on a laptop while traveling on the train.
Gov. Dannel Malloy believes the state is now well poised to recover some of the growth lost in the so-called “Great Recession.”
Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton is watching the situation at the capital carefully. He said cuts by the state could have a dramatic impact locally.
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.
Lawmakers in Connecticut have been discussing bringing tolls back to Interstate 95. But residents across the state line in New York are worried that such a move could jam their local streets with traffic.
Gov. Dan Malloy and UConn’s athletic director called on the NCAA on Monday to consider moving next year’s Women’s Final Four out of Indianapolis.